Sketches and Ink from Henry Lewis

Illustration // Sunday, November 25, 2012
Henry Lewis is a tattoo artist and prolific painter from San Francisco who often combines human, animal, and textual elements into his mythical works. This collection of sketches and ink paintings--with dragons, beasts, and Asian-inspired linework--almost looks like it could be found in a museum of ancient paintings, but the amazingly tripped out energy of these works is all his own.

Sketch Theatre: Carl Grace & Josh Hagan

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 25, 2012
In this time-lapse video from Sketch Theatre, we see a collaborative illustration between artists Carl Grace and Josh Hagan come to life in a few minutes. 'Sketch Theatre serves to motivate and inspire artists from all walks of life. Aspiring artists are exposed to contemporary artists and the various career paths taken by these like-minded individuals who all began their careers with the primary process of putting ideas and expressions down with a pencil & paper...'

The Works of Cub of the Woods

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 24, 2012
Cub of the Woods is a self-proclaimed 'metalhead, punk rocker and art hag' currently residing in Vancouver, B.C. Her detail-oriented black and white drawings are dark and seductive, full of shrieking skulls and babes straight out of your 1980s hair metal dreams.

Lucas Ruggieri's Dark Universe

Illustration // Friday, November 23, 2012
'Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, illustrator and fine artist, Lucas Ruggieri became immersed in the field of visual arts at an early age. After graduating from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of the Arts in Manhattan, Lucas relocated to Savannah, Georgia in 2008, receiving his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design...'

Cub Of The Woods

Illustration // Friday, November 23, 2012
Cub of the Woods is a self-proclaimed 'metalhead, punk rocker and art hag' currently residing in Vancouver, B.C. Her detail-oriented black and white drawings are dark and seductive, full of shrieking skulls and babes straight out of your 1980s hair metal dreams.

Carl Grace and Josh Hagan for Sketch Theatre

Illustration // Friday, November 23, 2012
In this time-lapse video from Sketch Theatre, we see a collaborative illustration between artists Carl Grace and Josh Hagan come to life in a few minutes. 'Sketch Theatre serves to motivate and inspire artists from all walks of life. Aspiring artists are exposed to contemporary artists and the various career paths taken by these like-minded individuals who all began their careers with the primary process of putting ideas and expressions down with a pencil & paper...'

Turkey Trot, Stuffing and Drawing

Illustration // Thursday, November 22, 2012
A very appropriate Thanksgiving holiday card by Susan Burghart- in the traditional calligraphic style. Susan worked as a graphic designer for eight years before attending Camberwell College of Arts in London in 2006 to re-train as an illustrator, receiving an M.A. with Distinction. Her work was acquired by the University of the Arts London to be part of their permanent collection...

The Illustrations of Macro Co

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 22, 2012
Macro Co is a Chilean artist who now lives in Buenos Aires amd created this series of surreal black and white illustrations. While trying to create a circular, undefined story , Co takes to a universe of a somber ceremony, where we seem to be watching rituals of a non-world.

Illustration from Some Guy

Illustration // Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Some Guy is the design and illustration identity of Bay Area-based illustrator Phil Guy. (Now do you get the title?!! Our cleverness knows no bounds...) Guy designs graphic, cartoon-style illustrations, often combining them with photography to create unique images of bikers and "van creeps." He has created multiple brand packages, posters, etc., so be sure to check out his website!

Illustrations from Thiago Akira

Illustration // Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Thiago Akira is a Brazilian artist who specializes in animation, illustration and comics. His images seem to address themes of life, death, decay, and rebirth, and Akira often changes up his style to suit his subject. From digitally colored images to linear to hand drawn watercolors and manga-style characters (and just look at that cat's glassy eyes!), Akira's got it all, and we've got the proof.

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