Stephanie Brown: Gorgeous Ink

Tattoo // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Stephanie Brown is an artist, tattooist and wayward tumbleweed based in Chicago, IL. After recieving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2010, focusing in Painting and Drawing she completed a year-long apprenticeship at Metamorph Studios, she has been tattooing professionally since March 2011. I'm pretty envious of the beginning line work progress on this arm tattoo she's working on...

Brian Scott Campbell

Illustration // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Living and working in Brooklyn, NY - Brian Scott Campell's drawings depict a disorienting combination of both interior and exterior space. In an exploration of both individual memory and collective history, personal symbols are merged with an expansive stream of familiar forms.

Leo Eguiarte

Illustration // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Leo Eguiarte is a Los Angeles-based painter, illustrator and a graduate of the Art Center College of Design. Here are a series of images by Leo that he has created using mixed media on cir­cuit panels. The result is a future forward, painted illustration that we are still trying to wrap our heads around...

Steinlen's Cats

Illustration // Monday, August 13, 2012
Théophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859 - 1923) was a Swiss-born, Parisian-based art nouveau painter and printmaker with a lifelong obsession with cats. His best known work, "Le Chat Noir," is ubiquitous in poster shops across France and the US, and during his lifetime he produced hundreds of paintings, sketches, and engravings of his beloved felines.

Julia Pott's Belly

Illustration // Monday, August 13, 2012
Julia Pott does it again. The Brooklyn-based illustrator and animator has garnered critical acclaim for her simple and affecting animated shorts, including her latest, Belly. An official selection for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, Belly is a beautifully dark coming of age story that is sure to delight and move you.

Drawing With Thread

Illustration // Monday, August 13, 2012
In a short video documenting her 2011 commissioned installation at the Shire Hall Gallery, UK-based artist Debbie Smyth discusses her process and inspiration for her embroidered illustrations. Through meticulously lifting, stretching, tightening, and pinning threads to add or decrease tension, Smyth has developed a unique style that lies somewhere between fine art and textile craft.

Matei Apostolescu

Illustration // Monday, August 13, 2012
Matei Apostolescu is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Bucharest, Romania. He uses a wide variety of materials to create his vibrant psychedelic images, ranging from pencil to markers, to spray paint to Photoshop. Apostolescu tries to keep his work as loose and spontaneous as possible, which is fully reflected in his work's distinctive visual energy and exuberance.  

The Works of Christine Wu

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 13, 2012
Christine Wu is a Los Angeles based artist, illustrator and designer. She was educated at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena where she received her Bachelors in illustration. She has an almost cubist approach to her paintings, although completely representational, she presents multifaceted subjects with her ghastly, layered forms and an overlay of emotional regard.

The Work of Poland's Michal Dziekan

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 13, 2012
We don't like to use such simple words as "rad" often on the site, but these works are just plain... rad. Small-town born Polish illustrator, character designer, and animation director Michal Dziekan creates disturbing realities through his dark work.

The Twisted World of Michael Birnstingl

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 13, 2012
Michael Birnstingl is an artist and graphic designer based in Graz, Austria. He works predominately in color pencil to create works inspired by the fantastical, surreal and dream-like. He specializes in strange juxtapositions of bodily, natural and manmade worlds in electrifying color. Birnstingl is also interested in cartooning and portraiture.

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