Fabian Ciraolo: Live Forever

Illustration // Monday, December 31, 2012
Fabian Ciraolo is an young illustrator based in Chile. His iconic, galactic portraits often incorporate both contemporary elements including symbolism, band titles and tattoos with popular historical characters.  The result is a timeless mash-up, relating to a wide array of audiences, both youthful and with a knowledge of the past.

The Work of Lori Pratico

Illustration // Monday, December 31, 2012
"Through my artwork, I attempt to modernize the idea of “portraiture” Whether it be my subject or the style of my portraits, my goal is to create work that is both relevant and engaging. Being self taught there are no rules in my artwork. I create what to me, looks good. I experiment with different materials and resources and my only concern is the result, not the method I used to get there. My portraits are about taking away judgement, and celebrating self." Lori Pratico

She's Full of Colour: The Works of Julia Mai

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 29, 2012
We have never been to Iceland, but we can only assume, especially with the artistic output from the island nation, that there is a good bit of creative discourse going on amongst the young people. They have standout bands and artists who call Iceland home, and we are mesmerized by the works of Julia Mai and her She's Full of Colour series. Mistakes and freedoms bring the portraits to life, and we appreciate good linework matched with abstraction.

Marcus Dixon's Thirsty Snake

Illustration // Saturday, December 29, 2012
Marcus Dixon is a 22 year old artist and illustrator in Newcastle, AUS that is facing the truth. We've survived yet another apocalypse, the great 2012, and as we move into 2013- we can't help but celebrate. Shoot, even snakes wanna party. As Marcus shows in a large majority of his portfolio- party till the end. Deadly Shreddin' man.

Lilli Carre's Moving Drawings

Illustration // Friday, December 28, 2012
Lilli Carré (born 1983) is a film maker and cartoonist from Los Angeles. She now lives and works in Chicago. Her books of comics include Nine Ways to Disappear, The Lagoon, and Tales of Woodsman Pete. An excerpt from The Lagoon was chosen to be included in The Best American Comics 2010 and "The Carnival" was nominated for Outstanding Story at the 2009 Ignatz Awards. Carré's film How She Slept at Night screened at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.

The Work of Erlend Tait

Illustration // Friday, December 28, 2012
Erlend Tait grew up on the Black Isle, listening to Heavy Metal, reading comics and drawing pictures. He studied drawing and painting at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen, and then learned the ancient techniques of glass painting and staining while restoring windows in historic buildings throughout Scotland. This has informed his approach to picture-making, where pattern and symbolism combine to convey his state of perpetual confusion...

The Illustrations of Bayo

Illustration // Friday, December 28, 2012
'My current body of work depicts the inner debate that confronts the ego as a mediator for the demands of individuality and as a self-energy that keeps fanatical vigilance over its survival. The fundamental quest for turning individuality into a delusional existence. A series of characters immerse in a non-stop battle of energy. Positive against destructive.' Bayo

The Works of Sasha Biosyak

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 28, 2012
I'll give it to Russian artist and illustrator Sasha Blosyak for producing something I've never seen before. Hyper-color, super saturated aggressive dolphins, lazer-eyed, colossal bunny rabbits, battling it out with super-stretched werewolves... I don't know where the ideas for these drawings come from, maybe it has something to do with Russia, but I like it.

Sasha Blosyak's Bizarre Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, December 27, 2012
I'll give it to Russian artist and illustrator Sasha Blosyak for producing something I've never seen before. Hyper-color, super saturated aggressive dolphins, lazer-eyed, colossal bunny rabbits, battling it out with super-stretched werewolves... I don't know where the ideas for these drawings come from, maybe it has something to do with Russia, but I like it.

Stephen Alexander Davis: Haunted History

Illustration // Thursday, December 27, 2012
Stephen Alexander Davis is a talented illustrator surrounded by mystery and intrigue. When he isn't busy watching cartoons, playing with his handsome dog Bruno and ignoring pressing phone calls from the President he is constantly drawing. Stephen draws his inspiration from comic books and anime, and utilizes a dynamic and figurative style in his work. He has recently graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a B.F.A in Illustration...

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