Alessia Iannetti

Illustration // Thursday, May 17, 2012
Alessia Iannetti was born in 1985 in Carrara (Italy), where she still lives and works. Her work, characterized by an illustrative style, is nourished by poetic elements as she prefers the classical drawing technique. In Alessia's work, she is creating an encounter of hyperrealism with her subjects, adding a surreal dimension where female characters, evanescent as spirits, reign in a space between infancy and adulthood...

The Work of Liz Clements

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 17, 2012
Liz Clements is a freelance artist/illustrator based in London best known for her stylized collection of tattoo inspired art + design. Liz dedicates her time to preparing detailed doodles of tattooed babes, working in soft pencils, Clements finds space for all types of tattoos on the bodies she illustrates, from classic Americana to Japanese.

Liz Clements Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Liz Clements is a freelance artist/illustrator based in London best known for her stylized collection of tattoo inspired art + design. Liz dedicates her time to preparing detailed doodles of tattooed babes, working in soft pencils, Clements finds space for all types of tattoos on the bodies she illustrates, from classic Americana to Japanese.

Nathalie Made This

Illustration // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Nathalie Otter is an Amsterdam based illustrator with a witty sense of artistic humor. Having studied both Illustration and Multimedia Design, she is a true jack of all trades when it comes to her creative pursuits. Specializing in illustration, she is currently working mainly for magazines, newspapers and clothing brands and is mostly known for it's sharp linework, great ideas and slightly strange narrative drawings.

Frank Stockton Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
'My work evolved very quickly both during school and after I graduated... Since the unifying element in all of my work has been my drawing, it was only a matter of time until I found a way to add color that was exciting to me. After lots of experimentation, I decided that I wanted to make illustrations that reflected the Disney animation and American comic book aesthetics I’d been exposed to as a kid.' Frank Stockton

Andy Council's Things made of other Things

Illustration // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Andy Council is a Bristol based artist who has enjoyed international recognition for his work in recent years. His style is a highly individual amalgamation of architecture, structure and character; rendering intricately detailed compositions of imagined creatures composed of iconic objects.

Gino & The Garlic Myth

Illustration // Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Gino & The Garlic Myth is a creative collaboration between dutch artists Gino Hoiting and Daniel Roozendaal. This amazing animation, with its vintage Dadaist feel, perfectly expresses their preference in creating raw, analog imagery. The weird humor of their everyday lives plays a major role in the final product of the projects they complete together.

DAVID CRISTOBAL

Illustration // Tuesday, May 15, 2012
David Cristobal is a young artist born and raised in Spain who has spent the past two years living in Italy. He graduated from the School of Art in Madrid, and he continues his artistic journey in the city of Milan, where he has gained an intensely personal style. His most recent exhibition of graphite illustrations was a series of images influenced by the sounds, words and music of contemporary artists who, somehow, were an integral part of his life.

Drew Mosley: Little Friends

Illustration // Tuesday, May 15, 2012
... and Naked Beasts!!! Vancouver Island based artist Drew Mosley’s work is started from coffee and tea stains, he then adds inks and/or acrylics creating illustrations of little animals and friends that appear to be expressing their freedom into the vastness of the great outdoors. Unburdened by fur, unlike their normal animal counterparts, these creatures are born free!

Derek Nobbs' Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Derek Nobbs was born in 1980 and currently lives, creates and explores in the Pacific Northwest.  His nostalgic, adventure based tales are made on a heavyweight hot-press paper, and he gives them an aged look using various common things: coffee, tea, whiskey, tobacco and tears. Much like  traditional flash tattoo's and the stories told by old fisherman, Nobb's work appears to be filled with tales of life, love, loss and death.

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