The Work of Iceland's Siggi Eggertsson

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 06, 2012
We want to rave a bit right now. We love it when we see a great approach to illustration, especially when its based on a photograph, and the work that Iceland's Siggi Eggertsson completed for the Icelandic bank, Landsbankinn, are some of our favorite works we have seen in illustration this year. 

The Work of Brazil's Mathiole

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 06, 2012
Brazilian artist and designer Mathiole uses digital illustration techniques to create unique Art Nouveau-inspired works. A morbid fascination with death lingers throughout in these elegantly rendered pieces.

Blavck Luvck

Illustration // Thursday, September 06, 2012
Fransisca Ouw a.k.a Luvck is a fulltime illustrator based out of Indonesia. She enjoys exhibiting her creative talent creating playful, pastel portraits of the youthful, fashion forward crowd and has a large interest in stencils and street art. 'My Illustration mostly about fashion, girls, cute things, and candy colours.' she states.

Fashion Illustrations by Rosalie Kate Whittingham

Illustration // Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Rosalie Kate Whittingham is an illustrator based in Manchester, United Kingdom. A student of the London College of Fashion, Whittingham uses pencil to render her black and white portraits of fashion models which she accents with thoughtfully composed splashes of color. When she isn't making art, Whittingham also designs lingerie and models.

'Entropy' series by Lucy Evans

Illustration // Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Detailed black and white renderings of an ice cream cone melting and the ghostly hand holding it make up this series by illustrator Lucy Evans. In Evans' own words, 'My work is about the viewer being able to lose themselves in a moment of fascination and curiosity. To be mesmerised by a combination of intricate mark making and surreal conceptual content...'

The New Art Nouveau by Mathiole

Illustration // Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Brazilian artist and designer Mathiole uses digital illustration techniques to create unique Art Nouveau-inspired works. A morbid fascination with death lingers throughout in these elegantly rendered pieces.

The Work of Madrid's NastPlas

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 04, 2012
NastPlas is the collective of two Madrid, Spain based illustrators and digital artists; Dr Franken and Natalia Molinos. At first, we thought the work was burned wax on top of illustration, but we love the way the duo have digitally recreated that sort of uneven surface in their portraits.

Dissections by Angela Christine Smith

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Newark, Ohio-based artist Angela Christine Smith has created the series "Dissections," a series that mixes science, illustration, and photography into one image. Smith sheds her subject's skin, provides a bit of internal context, and at the same time, shows off some fine illustrative chops.

David Waters

Illustration // Tuesday, September 04, 2012
David Waters is a talented digital artist from Moscow. His portfolio covers a wide range of styles and mediums, ranging from dark illustrations, to beautiful photo manipulations and typographic sketches. His work is rich as he combines his skill across a breadth of mediums into most of his works, giving a mixed media feel to many of his designs.

Works by Justin Maller & Chris Knight

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 04, 2012
On this lovely Labor Day afternoon we're really digging these experimental fashion pieces from Australian illustrator Justin Maller and NYC-based photographer Chris Knight. They're a prime example of the beauty that can arise when fashion, illustration, and erotica converge.

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