John K. for Stussy

Illustration // Monday, June 18, 2012
For their Summer 2012 collection, Stussy collaborated with John K. for a series of t-shirts. In celebration of the release, he created an animated commercial reminiscent of the retro-style in-show commercials that were a vital part of Ren & Stimpy back in 1991. Featuring voice talent from John K. and Eddie Cruz as The Stussy Rat.

The Delusions of N.S. David

Illustration // Monday, June 18, 2012
N.S. David realizes she’s a little bit delusional, and this is why she creates. She harbors the hope that she can prove to her brethren that fairytales are more than just stories – she wishes to make her delusions real. Born 26 years ago, N.S. David has never formally pursued art outside of the midnight hour of her home. Currently, she is tumbleweeding through the vastness of Los Angeles, fully employed as a student of its vibgyoric whimsy.

Alexandra Levasseur

Illustration // Monday, June 18, 2012
Alexandra Levasseur was born 1982, Shawinigan, Qc, Canada and currently lives and creates her narrative illustrations in Montreal. She received aBachelor in Fine Arts and Graphic Design at the University of Costa Rica, and priot to that got her postgraduate studies in Creative Illustration and Visual Communication at EINA School of Art and Design, Barcelona, Spain, 2008. Her work breathes emotional transcendence from a very personal palette.

Drawing with Johanna and Camila

Illustration // Monday, June 18, 2012
A day following the French and Chilean artists, Johanna Tagada and Camila León in Berlin. Some original drawings presented in the video, as well as a print of a drawing on which they collaborated are available on Johanna's online shop. Thanks to Silver Jackson for the music.

Jacob Escobedo for The New Yorker Science Fiction Issue

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 18, 2012
Jacob Escobedo, a creative director at Adult Swim who played a huge part in getting the July 2012 Juxtapoz x Adult Swim issue together, has 6 illustrations in the special science fiction June New Yorker, including an illustration that appears in Ray Bradbury's last published story. Jacob sent us the 6 illustrations, and the accompanying stories/authors of where they are featured.

The Illustrations of Jennifer Hom

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 18, 2012
"Jennifer Hom began life as a Chinese American girl in suburban Long Island, New York. As a minority with few friends, she found happiness in drawing fairies, unicorns, magical flying unicorns, princesses, and flowers. with the help of a terribly optimistic mother, she used her countless drawings of magical beings to enroll at Rhode Island School of Design..."

Danni Shinya Luo's Pin-Up Illustrations

Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 16, 2012
Figurative painter Danni Shinya Luo explores femininity through symbols in floral and fauna. Her inspiration ranges from high fashion to music and elements of both can be found in her soft portraits of women.

Lorn 'Ghosst(s)'

Illustration // Saturday, June 16, 2012
Grotesquely beautiful little animation 'Ghosst(s) put out by CRCR. Born in 2009, CRCR is a team of 6 members, working together to concieve and direct movies, advertising, music videos, short films... Rémi Bastie, Nicolas Dehghani, Paul Lacolley, Kévin Manach, Nicolas Pegon, Jérémy Pires are the artists that make up CRCR.

The Colorful Fashion Illustrations of Hajin Bae

Illustration // Friday, June 15, 2012
South Korean artist Hajin Bae is an illustrator, graphic designer and art director based in Seoul. Bae likes to illustrate lovely young women in full technicolor. Her most recent project has been a collaboration with fashion photographer Bryant Eslava entited "BryJin" - fusing Eslava's photographs with Bae's illustrations to produce animated fashion illustration gifs.

Lluis Fuzzhound's "Marooned on Watango Island"

Illustration // Friday, June 15, 2012
Fresh from the mind of Australian painter, illustrator and animator Lluis Fuzzhound comes a new animated short called "Marooned on Watango Island." Fuzzhound grew up eating Cocoa Pops and watching cartoons everyday afterschool and it shows. His short is a wonderful throwback to the old Cartoon Modern style, complete with jazz, tiki and good old-fashioned desert island hijinks.

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