The New Yorker: Classic Tattooed Cover

Tattoo // Friday, July 13, 2012
Appropriately, as summer approaches, and you find yourself at the beach, if you're reading this category of Juxtapoz  you may very well find yourself in this position. A classic cover by Peter de Seve for The New Yorker from 2005. Peter's illustration and character designs are known throughout the work, as his work spans three decades and various media, including magazines, books, print and advertising.

Beard of Bears

Tattoo // Friday, July 13, 2012
Brandon Loving is an illustrator/artist currently residing in Savannah, Ga. He's the roughest, toughest son of a gun this side of the Smokies and he'll challenge anyone who says otherwise. With a beard of bears and an arsenal of traditional naval tattoos, we're Loving it- get it?? Ha. ha... duh....

Elzo Le Durt Du Quartier

Illustration // Friday, July 13, 2012
From what I can gather, Elzo Le Durt Du Quartier is an artist, illustrator and screen-printer extraordinaire out in Bruxelles, Belgique creating complex, layered posters, prints and pieces for renowned well known musicians and underground artists alike. His roster of clients ranges from NoBunny to Dead Elvis (probably not a commission) and his graphic, collaged style is an effective medium, perfectly pushing his name as well as the work of the musicians.

Lynnie Zulu

Illustration // Friday, July 13, 2012
Her last name says it all. Lynnie Zulu's outsider, pop illustrations are reminiscent of an era of Fresh Prince, ethic pattern hammer pants with a new contemporary flair. She is an artist and illustrator in East London with a primary palette to compliment her outlandish style, and a signature aesthetic that is consistent within all of her work.

The Work of Roby Dwi Antono

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 13, 2012
Roby Dwi Antono is a talented illustrator, working mainly in graphite, out of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Additionally, as a skilled painter, Roby dedicates a large amount of time to his beautifully intricate large-scale pieces as well. He states that his work is heavily influenced by masters like Mark Ryden and Marion Peck.

Kincy's Story

Illustration // Thursday, July 12, 2012
Roby Dwi Antono is a talented illustrator, working mainly in graphite, out of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Additionally, as a skilled painter, Roby dedicates a large amount of time to his beautifully intricate large-scale pieces as well. He states that his work is heavily influenced by masters like Mark Ryden and Marion Peck.

Laurie Lipton "L.A. Sous-Real" @ Ace Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 12, 2012
Laurie Lipton thinks in images and renders her psychically rich inner world visible via detailed pencil on paper drawings. Lipton's new solo show 'L.A. Sous-Real' opens this Saturday, July 14th at Ace Gallery in Los Angeles. "I fear death and oblivion the most, which is why I try to capture on paper, the fleeting horror and wonder of being alive," Lipton states.

Smithe One's Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, July 12, 2012
Brick and Meat collection is a series of dismembered humans, elegantly adorned with intestines by Smithe One. Smithe’s compositional style is disturbing, yet nostalgic. With the use of retro hues and soft coloring, the pieces have a slight nostalgic edge. The motif of collection falls on self-destruction and the dismemberment from soul, body, wants and needs...

Laurie Lipton at Ace Gallery

Illustration // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Laurie Lipton thinks in images and renders her psychically rich inner world visible via detailed pencil on paper drawings. Lipton's new solo show 'L.A. Sous-Real opens this Saturday, July 14th at Ace Gallery in Los Angeles. 'I fear death and oblivion the most, which is why I try to capture on paper, the fleeting horror and wonder of being alive' Lipton states.

Pedro Pinto's Kaleidoscope

Illustration // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Pedro Pinto has years worth of drawings on his Flickr account in many varying styles, mediums and techniques. A couple favorite of mine from his collection are his surreal, kaleidoscopic illustrations of images repeating. They have a hint of futuristic appeal and time-travel to them, unlike some of his other work- and lava lamps?! Great.

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