Craoman's Sick Sad World

Illustration // Thursday, February 14, 2013
The Garbage Pail Kids meets The Fly meets a puddle of vomit left to fester on the sidewalk for a few days in the twisted mind of French comic artist Craoman. Craoman dissects the human condition in a grotesque universe inhabited by the decaying, deformed and dejected. He works extensively with the Guedin brothers on the production of comic art, illustrations and video clips...

The Art of Alison Lilly

Illustration // Thursday, February 14, 2013
Alison Lilly resides in Vancouver B.C. and is currently working on illustrative design and mixed media projects, focusing on painting, screen print and digital collage. Completely self taught until attending Langara Fine Arts in 2006, she is continuously inspired by many different aspects of historical popular culture, specifically films and photographs of the horror and film noir genre.

Illustrations by Steven Ketchum

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 14, 2013
We really like the work of Brooklyn-based artist Steven Ketchum. According to Steven, his artwork is a reflection of confusion seen in the world and the figures he draws don't understand themselves or eachother.  

Paper Dolls by Dubrovskaya

Illustration // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Maria Dubrovskaya uses white ink and kraft paper to fashion one of a kind paper dolls. Dubrovskaya's whimsical subjects - ranging from yetis to Siamese twins - are rendered with a delicate mark-making that speak to the artist's love of her craft. Originating from Siberia, she now lives and works in the Phillippines.

The Fanciful World of Celyn

Illustration // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
London based illustrator and animator Celyn creates dynamic, colorful works with a vintage, hand-drawn feel. He likes the challenge of drawing characters and scenes that have movement and energy. Celyn’s work as an illustrator has included a wide variety of clients and independent projects...

New Works by Andrea Wan

Illustration // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Andrea Wan is a visual artist and illustrator born in Hong Kong and raised in Vancouver. At an early age, she enjoyed improvising stories about animals and recording them onto cassette tapes. With a passion in story telling, she studied at Emily Carr University in Vancouver, where she graduated with a degree in Film and Integrated Media...

Collages by Adrienne Slane

Illustration // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Adrienne Slane, a 2010 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, creates intricate artwork from authentic vintage illustrations collected from many diverse sources. She combines images of plants, insects, animals, human anatomy, and religious figures into detailed, colorful collages where individual elements fit together like pieces in a puzzle...'

Chris Bianchi Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Chris Bianchi works as freelance illustrator and his personal work deals largely with self initiated narrative and story telling. Having self published two books "The Spinners" 2003 and "Box" 2005, he is now working on a new book as well as teaching illustration. Chris Bianchi graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2005 and has been living and working in London ever since.

Katherine Tromans' Paradise

Illustration // Monday, February 11, 2013
Katherine Tromans is an imaginative and colourful designer who lives and works in Birmingham, UK. Her dreamy pastel-hued 'Paradise' series was the outcome of her final degree project, in which she explored the theme of paradise, interpreting different people's descriptions of their own individual paradise and then transforming them into otherworldly landscapes. Tromans is a graduate of the Arts University at Bournemouth.

Matchbook Landscapes by Krista Charles

Illustration // Monday, February 11, 2013
'Based in Albuquerque, NM, artist Krista Charles makes Graphite drawings on matchbooks based on Google Street Views. 'For each matchbook I find where the location of the business would be in Google Maps and on the inside cover of the matchbook I make a pencil sketch of whatever is now shown at this location. On average each drawing takes about two hours to complete...'

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