Romanian Artist Georgiana Teșeleanu

Illustration // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
'I was first inspired by mandalas which I discovered trough the work of Carl Jung. I find the shape of the circle to be the most generous with me, it gives me limits but also freedom to grow all kinds of worlds inside.' says artist Georgiana Teșeleanu on her symmetrical, geometric and circular renderings.

Enjoy and Know the Works of Brecht Vandenbroucke

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
One of our favorite artists of the moment is Belgium's Brecht Vandenbroucke. In fact we have liked Brecht's work for years, but we are stirring something up with the artist at the moment, getting to know him better, and have been looking at his newest works and they are just fantastic. His exhibition earlier this year at Galerie Martel had a fantastic sense of both fine art and comic book sense of humor, a bit of New Yorker meets R Crumb style and wit. Get to know, and enjoy, Brecht Vandenbroucke.

The Work of Argentina's Santiago Caruso

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
We have shown you the work of Argentina illustrator and fine artist, Santiago Caruso, who sways toward the dark, macabre elements of the imagination, on the site before. This morning we came across this some more of his fantastic imagery and we remembered why we love the dark, classic Juxtapozian look. Beautiful, twisted work!

Mu Pan's Wild Battles

Illustration // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Mu Pan presents stupendously detailed new paintings for his solo show "One Inch Punch" that opened at Copro Gallery on May 17. 

The Work of Lio Yeung

Illustration // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Lio Yeung graduated in BA (Hons) in Visual communications in Hong Kong. He worked as a senoir art director in advertising in 6 years for Leo Burnett, Grey and JWT. With a good observational eye, Lio claims that he wants to explore the obstacles to seeing through paintings and sculptures. By imagining a world which everyone sees physically different scenes, a single object will derive a million possiblities of how it looks.  

Vermibus Dissolves Europe

Illustration // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Street artist Vermibus has been dissolving his mark on the advertising industry of Europe. Vermibus removes fashion and perfume posters from their advertisement space, then replaces the spot with another advertisement that was previously altered and disfigured with applied solvents.  The project has been dubbed Dissolving Europe and brings to the surface the issues of dehumanization in modern advertising. 

Threaded Illustrations from Maruyama Asami

Illustration // Monday, June 02, 2014
Maruyama Asami's needlepoint illustrations really speak for themselves. This incredible artist captures expressive moments from every day life and includes just the right amount of detail to give each piece a breath of its own...

Creating Confusion: Bart Nijstad

Illustration // Monday, June 02, 2014
Graduating in 2005 with his Masters of Fine Arts, Netherland artist Bart Nijstad says that everyday subjects are significant part of his works. He finds importance in creating a familiar world, stating "This world can be a wall plug, a swarm of crows or the interior of a train...

Recent Works from Timothy Hunt

Illustration // Monday, June 02, 2014
Timothy Hunt is an animator and graphic designer working in the UK. Recently, Tim created a fill-in-the-blank type of activity book for Anorak Magazine, allowing his audience to become a part of his creative process...

Nick Sheehy: Opening June 12th at London's Atomica Gallery

Illustration // Monday, June 02, 2014
Nick Sheehy is an Australian-born artist and illustrator living in the south-east of England. After studying bronze sculpture in the wilds of Tasmania, Nick gave up on art only to re-discover his love of drawing whilst living in London...

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