Alexander Iaccarino's Breaking Bad Print

Illustration // Tuesday, September 11, 2012
If you're anything like us, you're already going into severe Breaking Bad withdrawals after last week's midseason finale. To tide you over, here's some super rad fan art by illustrator Alexander Iaccarino. Iaccarino nails all the details - the periodic table background, the Pollos Hermano sign, the Heisenberg drawing... it all makes the separation anxiety til next year's run of episodes a little easier to handle. Iaccarino is based in Davenport, Iowa.

Illustrator Mat Miller

Illustration // Monday, September 10, 2012
Mat Miller is a freelance illustrator and designer from the UK working in the realms of vector illustration, photo montage and manipulation, and mixed media. His work is influenced by contemporary graffiti and lowbrow art along with organic elements of the natural world.

Le Ballet

Illustration // Monday, September 10, 2012
For his graduation film, completed during an exchange between French animation school Gobelins and American Calarts, animator Louis Thomas created this delightful short tribute to Leonard Bernstein and other 20th century creative heavyweights. Thomas is currently working as a character designer and illustrator for both Pixar and Jib Jab.

The Captivating Work of Annita Maslov

Illustration // Monday, September 10, 2012
We're always enthralled by Melbourne-based artist Annita Maslov's grotesque and alluring pen and ink illustrations. We hope you enjoy this sampling of her recent work, featuring delicate faces partially hidden by highly detailed skulls, plants, and insects.

Fredrik Akum's Lost Summers

Illustration // Monday, September 10, 2012
Swedish artist Fredrik Akum's acrylic paintings are brilliant, chimerical portals into youthful impressions of summers past, recalling abstract imprints of hot, languid afternoons spent in nature. His warm and saturated palette seems intimately familiar, echoing the exaggerated essence of hazy memories as they struggle to take shape in the mind's eye.

The Work of Carole Wilmet

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 10, 2012
Carole Wilmet says of her playful and color filled work, "I'm inspired by the everyday life, people around me, nature, the fashion industry, old photographs, clothes... I usually use pencils and inks and I love playing with types."  

carole wilmet

Illustration // Sunday, September 09, 2012
Carole Wilmet says of her playful and color filled work, "I'm inspired by the everyday life, people around me, nature, the fashion industry, old photographs, clothes... I usually use pencils and inks and I love playing with types."  

Illustrations by Laura Geurten

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 09, 2012
These wonderfully dark illustrations by Laura Geurten have a playful and quick folk art aesthetic that has a subtlety of shuddering and detailed line work that reminds us of Goya's Disasters of War. Although not nearly as graphically realistic or horrifying as Goya in subject matter or style, Geurten playfully dances around what is psychologically deep and consuming...

The Work of Joanna Krótka

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 09, 2012
Polish illustrator Joanna Krótka says that sci-fi movies, psychedelic pictures, fairy tales and dreams are the things that inspire her vibrant work. She received her MFA in 2010 with a degree in Graphic Arts and has plans to create her very own comic book.

The Work of Zach Nelligan

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 09, 2012
Zach Nelligan is a tattoo artist and talented illustrator that works at Triple Crown Tattoo Parlour in Austin, Texas. He travel constantly, but most of the time can be found at the shop in Austin. He has created a gorgeous, cohesive series of tattooed gypsy ladies, inked and illustrated in his own traditional hand style.

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