The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse

Illustration // Monday, June 04, 2012
A master, Albrecht Dürer, was a German painter, printmaker, engraver, mathematician, and theorist from Nuremberg. His prints established his reputation across Europe when he was still in his twenties, and he has been conventionally regarded as the greatest artist of the Northern Renaissance ever since. His vast body of work includes altarpieces and religious works, numerous portraits and self-portraits, and copper engravings...

Vanilla Acid?!

Illustration // Monday, June 04, 2012
I mean, just when I think I've seen the most terribly awesomely epic thing in the universe, like those primary colored paintings of dinosaurs playing sunglasses in a anarchy driven rock band (you know who you are dinosaurs) THIS guy appears. Marcelo Aliste (RANO?) is responsible for these face melters, living and working in Santiago, Chile, where apparently there is something hallucinogenic in the water that i need. BOOM.

Sin-Eater

Illustration // Monday, June 04, 2012
'Sin-Eater lives deep in the heart of Herefordshire’s countryside. Here his fascination of animal forms grew & gave birth to his passions for the collecting of taxidermy & theory of evolution. A cynic of photoshop all of his artwork is created by hand. His desire is for Sin-Eater to belong among the Albrecht Durer’s. Detached from the contemporary Sin-Eater's work is a call into the echoing chasms of the past.'

The Work of Dirk Erik Schulz

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 04, 2012
Growing up in the Ren and Stimpy generation, I can't help but be amused by and attracted to the grotesque, exaggerated work of German artist Dirk Erik Schulz. His cartoonish, and grossly sarcastic illustration style is reminiscent of the era of Mad magazine and early Nickelodeon, when I dreamed that one day I could get slimed on You Can't Do That on Television also...

Dirk Erik Schulz

Illustration // Sunday, June 03, 2012
Growing up in the Ren and Stimpy generation, I can't help but be amused by and attracted to the grotesque, exaggerated work of German artist Dirk Erik Schulz. His cartoonish, and grossly sarcastic illustration style is reminiscent of the era of Mad magazine and early Nickelodeon, when I dreamed that one day I could get slimed on You Can't Do That on Television also...

Triangle Superheroes by Inge Jalink

Juxtapoz // Sunday, June 03, 2012
All it takes are a couple hundred triangles. Dutch graphic designer and illustrator, Inge Jalink, takes the simplest of geometrtic shapes and creates portraits of household names in the superhero department. We think Batman is by far our favorite.

The Work of Bill Connors

Juxtapoz // Sunday, June 03, 2012
Screenprinter and illustrator deluxe, Bill Connors is an artist living and working in Chicago, who recently graduated with my BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Melting faces, flesh and veins, brains, hairy guts, serpent eyes and the little pointy ears of ghastly beasts- these are a few of my favorite things.... (also!!)

Simon's Cat

Illustration // Saturday, June 02, 2012
Simon’s Cat is a charming, yet mischievous cat that lives with Simon. He made his first appearance online, in a film called 'Cat Man Do'. Since then he has also appeared in his own books, game and comic strip. Simon is an English animator who has a great interest in British wildlife, painting, the great outdoors and of course cats. He started animating at a very young age, and in real life owns 4 cats Jess, Maisy, Hugh and Teddy.

Bill Connors is Rad

Illustration // Friday, June 01, 2012
Screenprinter and illustrator deluxe, Bill Connors is an artist living and working in Chicago, who recently graduated with my BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Melting faces, flesh and veins, brains, hairy guts, serpent eyes and the little pointy ears of ghastly beasts- these are a few of my favorite things.... (also!!)

Circle of Eight by Hush

Illustration // Friday, June 01, 2012
'Circle of Eight' is a ball point pen and watercolor illustration from a creative out in Philadelphia that goes by the name of Hush and is currently on display at Thinkspace Gallery as part of their “Wild at Heart: Keep Wildlife in the Wild,” exhibition. The purpose of the show is to raise awareness about the precarious predicament of wild creatures around the world, and to benefit efforts to protect them in their natural habitat...

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