Floating Forms by Leah Yerpe

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Leah Yerpe is a Brooklyn, New York-based illustrator, capturing images of a dream-like state. Yerpe paints bodies in a variety of different twisting poses, floating or falling into emptyness. Recently previewing her work "Stellify" at The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge, Manhattan, New York, illustrating the human body in all it's forms has become Yerpe's signature style...

Fashion Inspired Illustrations from Vita Yang

Illustration // Monday, June 16, 2014
Illustrator Vita Yang spent a few years working in the footwear industry before chasing her true dream. Clearly influenced by fashion, today Vita has worked with Agnès B, Vogue, GQ, and HUMAN MADE...  

Folklore Inspired Works from Izabela Stanic

Illustration // Monday, June 16, 2014
Based in Ontario, Canada Illustrator Izabela Stanic says that you can call her Izzy for short. The majority of her work is inspired by a combination of comic books and folklore from her home town in Croatia. This yields...

Illustrations from Pepe Rodríguez

Illustration // Monday, June 16, 2014
Designer and illustrator Pepe Rodríguez is based in Yucatán, Mexico. His cheeky, colorful works appeal to both the young and young at heart. Pepe's works are available as prints for those of us...

CONE the Weird @ Rabbit Eye Movement, Vienna

Illustration // Monday, June 16, 2014
CONE The Weird is a graffiti artist and illustrator from Munich. A member of The Weird crew based in Vienna—along with artists like Nychos, Look, Dxtr, Vidam and the Low Bros—CONE specializes in wickedly detailed self-portraits and characters that explore the depths of his fantasies. His solo show at Rabbit Eye Movement, Nychos’ art space in the center of Vienna, features a stunning series of these thoughtful black and white drawings—each packed tight with texture and emotion, giving them a deep, distinct sense of character.

Sebastian Wickeroth's Geometric Markings

Illustration // Sunday, June 15, 2014
Geometric form and its concurrent disruption, destruction and deformation is the starting point for Sebastian Wickeroth's illustrated works. Wickeroth plays with the zest for association of the viewer who may be unable to reject the immediately arising impression of a destructive act. 

Adrian Landon Brooks: SACRED TRADITIONS

Illustration // Saturday, June 14, 2014
SVPER ORDINARY Gallery is pleased to present SACRED TRADITIONS, a solo exhibition of new work by Adrian Landon Brooks, with an opening reception Saturday, June 14th from 6p.m.-10p.m.. Brooks uses a mixture of mediums and techniques to execute his vision; most recently focusing on gouache/ink illustrations that are created on paper or wood...    

Caleb Wood's 'Totem' Animation

Illustration // Friday, June 13, 2014
Caleb Wood is an animation artist. He is most interested in the dynamism of the mundane and overlooked, abstract, and all things moving. He incorporates several different mediums in his work, and aims to expand upon the possibilities of animation...

Kelsey Dake's Illustrated Objects

Illustration // Friday, June 13, 2014
The work of Kelsey Dake is graphic, bold, straight forward and real. With intensive precision, both human and non human forms are rendered in gorgeous, heavy handed marks. We love the new additions to the graphic, online portfolio of this artist and illustrator, who is based in the US, but we're not going to tell you where.

The Graphically Inclined Bratislav Milenkovic

Illustration // Friday, June 13, 2014
Bratislav Milenkovic is an artist and illustrator with graphic tendencies. Having graduated from the University of Arts in the Illustration Department, he is still currently living and working in Belgrade Serbia  

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