Illustrations by Tyler Landry

Illustration // Friday, March 01, 2013
The shortest and most direct route straight to my heart is through bootlegged illustrations of Bart Simpson, or any member of the Simpsons family for that matter - special lust-worthy bonus if its Bard gone Bad with a sickly Siamese Milhouse attached. Tyler Landry, you win. Thank you for your illustrations. He also has a bunch of humorous hermit crabbed themed comics in there as well. Enjoy it.  

Illustrations by Pierre Ferrero

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 28, 2013
We are enjoying the work of French Illustrator and comic book designer Pierre Ferrero. Pierre is a co-founder of Arbitraire Edtions, a comic focused art collective and magazine in Lyon.

Alex Hohlov's Chaos and Construction

Illustration // Thursday, February 28, 2013
Digitally rendered abstract expressionism from illustrator and designer Alex Hohlov. The sporadic nature of Alex's compositions is both extremely gratifying and maddening, and while there seems to be no order to his chaos, his renderings are created with a certain delicacy and organization in their composition and palette which can't help me feel satisfied by the whole process.

The Art of Jordan Clarke

Illustration // Thursday, February 28, 2013
A mish-mash of an artist, illustrator and designer, Jordan Clarke is fascinated by all things dark, whimsical and vintage, and her work is characterized by a collision of Victorian vignettes, rockabilly pin-ups, religious iconography, tattooing, 20th century circus and fairground lore, and a slight obsession with El Dia De Los Muertos. 'I draw with thread. If it can be reduced to linework, I can stitch it. I believe embroidery is a powerful story-teller, nostalgic and evocative.' Jordan Clarke  

Robert Otto Epstein: Knitting Chart Drawings

Illustration // Thursday, February 28, 2013
'I'm an artist living and working in Maplewood, NJ. My current work consists of paintings and drawings on paper based on turn of the century French and German filet lace patterns and vintage knitting and crochet schematics. My primary interests are in modes of production or 'the machinery of making.' I like to consider the body at work in the vain of Gilles Deleuze's 'desiring machine'...' Robert Otto Epstein

The Work of Diela Maharanie

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The bright, ecclectic work of artist and illustrator Diela Maharanie is filled with vibrant patterns of super-saturated hues, merging together innocent elements with  metaphysical undertones. Diela was born and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia and is currently living in a world of her own.  

Patterns and Textiles with Hannah Waldron

Illustration // Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Hannah Waldron's work often explores the textures, patterns, forms and structures of her surroundings, and has an interest in the development of landscape over time. She is currently based between Stockholm, SE and London, UK and some of her previous clients include the V&A, Pizza Express, Paul Smith, GQ Italy, Unico Japan, Computer Arts projects, Routledge publishing, Fenchurch clothing among others.

Niv Bavarsky: Mustard Valley Hyperzone

Illustration // Wednesday, February 27, 2013
I absolutly love the raw rendering style of San Francisco based artist and illustrator Niv Bavarsky. Right this second, Niv is showing some collaborative works under the moniker Golden Source Power Three at Needles & Pens in San Francisco, with Jesse Balmer and Michael Olivo. The show is up through March 3rd and is definiatley worth checking out if you're in the neighborhood...

Laura Callaghan Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Laura Callaghan is an Irish illustrator based in South East London with an adorable array of work that is mostly hand drawn using a mixture of watercolor, india ink and the smallest pens she can get her hands on, Laura is also the current Illustration editor of Oh Comely magazine. Might I add her portraits of dancing dark haired couples are just to die for.... to the best of times. <3

Rabbit Eye Movement and REM ARTSPACE

Illustration // Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Rabbit Eye Movement, REM, started as a Streetart concept, based in Vienna, founded by the urban/graffiti artist and illustrator Nychos in 2005 and still has a big impact in the Urban Art World. Nychos states, “I always saw the Rabbit Eye Movement as an Homage to all the “Rabbits” out there being active in the Urban art Movement doesn’t matter what kind of Mission they are following.” The Movement grew and REM has now expanded to establish the REM ARTSPACE...

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