A Monster Calls: Book Illustrations by Jim Kay

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Based in the UK, Jim Kay is a freelance illustrator, printmaker, and artist who works predominantly in children's books. Kay recently provided a series of illustrations for the award-winning book "A Monster Calls" by Patrick Ness, creating dark, brooding, and uniquely executed images that enhance the novel's haunting quality.

Ceal Floyer's "Works on Paper"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Have you ever showed a uninformed relative a Cy Twombly painting? Did they tell you it looked like scribble and they could do it? Of course, any right-minded Twombly fan would be offended at such a glib insult. Well in 2009, Ceal Floyer collected numerous scraps of paper that people had used to test out pens and eventually hung them in the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin...

A Monster Calls

Illustration // Monday, August 20, 2012
Based in the UK, Jim Kay is a freelance illustrator, printmaker, and artist who works predominantly in children's books. Kay recently provided a series of illustrations for the award-winning book "A Monster Calls" by Patrick Ness, creating dark, brooding, and uniquely executed images that enhance the novel's haunting quality.

Julia Sonmi Heglund

Illustration // Monday, August 20, 2012
Julia Sonmi Heglund is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer from Marietta, GA currently living in the Los Angeles area. Her whimsically grotesque style has been applied to t-shirt graphics, editorial illustrations, and gig posters, and her impressive list of clients includes The New York Times, BUST Magazine, MTV, and Nike.

Bryce Wymer's Sketchbook

Illustration // Monday, August 20, 2012
Bryce Wymer is a visual artist and freelance creative director currently based out of Brooklyn, New York. In a series of time-lapse videos, Wymer demonstrates his sketchbook drawing process, highlighting his considerable technical skill and aptitude for creating sketches that are as polished as finished works of art.

The Art of Boneface

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 20, 2012
Everything that's right with the action-gore work of Boneface just might be the same things that make him perfectly wrong for any other creative endeavor. We love this work, and loved it so much that we featured it in the newest issue of Juxtapoz, our September 2012 issue. The titles of his humorously brutal illustrations, like 'Actionfu*kers' or 'Over My Dead Body' are so perfectly matched with the bloody, gruesome rendered narratives and comics he creates.

Thereza Rowe

Illustration // Monday, August 20, 2012
Born in Brazil, Thereza Rowe is a London-based illustrator and graphic designer who is currently earning an MA in Illustration at Kingston University. Rowe's clean, bright, and lighthearted work has appeared in multiple publications, including Comptuer Arts and Amelia's Magazine, and she has exhibited her illustrations throughout the UK.

The Work of Mayumi Haryoto

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 20, 2012
Mayumi Haryoto creates both personal and commercial illustrative work that is both a mix of dreamy fantasy and comic book inspired. The Jakarta, Indonesia-based artist says of her work, "I feel like I’m still finding my own voice. That’s the part I’m still trying to develop. In fact, I wish I would always have something to develop."

The Works of Anita Kunz

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 20, 2012
Here is a series of paintings by Canadian artist Anita Kunz about the gorgeous brutality of nature. Take a look at this series to see women in the nude battling it out with wild beasts and creatures. This perfectly titled set, "Flesh & Blood", allows you to acknowledge both the beauty of the female figure and the gore of the brutal attacks.

The Work of Guillaume Ospital

Juxtapoz // Sunday, August 19, 2012
For the past few years, Guillaume Ospital has been working in France as lead 3d modeler and character designer in the animation industry, as well as doing illustrations for various games, books, magazines. He likes Wes Anderson. And Portal 2. And dumplings.

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