Bottom of the Ninth

Illustration // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Director and veteran feature animator Ryan Woodward has finally realized a lifelong dream with "Bottom of the Ninth," an animated graphic novel app exclusively for iPad and iPhone. By animating key panels in the serialized comic's story arch, Woodward blurs the line between still and moving image, adding kinetic value without diminishing the unique expressive power of the graphic novel. The series' prologue will be available in May 2012.

Stephanie Brown

Illustration // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Stephanie Brown is an artist, tattooist, and self-described wayward tumbleweed based in Chicago, IL. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2010, focusing on painting and drawing. With subject matter ranging from observations of the natural world to interpretations on supernatural mythos, Brown's artistic talent extends across disparate genres, styles, and mediums.

Vincent Mahé

Illustration // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
We can't find much information about Vincent Mahé on the web, other than that he's a director, designer, and illustrator living in Jerusalem. We do know for certain that Mahé has some mad illustration skills, as he aptly demonstrates in this series of images based on the 7 deadly sins (with 5 sins down and two more to go). Be sure to check out more of his work on his blog, particularly his incredible sketches of people and places from around the world.

Matthew Houston's Brambleveins

Illustration // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Illustrator extraordinaire, Matthew Houston, fits right in with the other comics and artists over at Meathaus, a loosely defined collective of friends and associates contributing to irregular comics and art anthologies and an art-blog-website with a special emphasis on drawing, sketchbooks and comics. I love his raw, gore-based illustration work but the scope of what he is capable of exceeds that tremendously.

Kozue Oshima

Illustration // Monday, April 23, 2012
Kozue Oshima was born in Kanagawa, Japan and graduated from Tokyo Zokei University in 2002. 'For me, before creation, I usually have the image, composition, and how the story appears planned out, it is very important... My heart is often an endless assessment of the imagination and creativity, and I try to depict the art of plants and fauna.' (Japanese Translation)

Fionn McCabe Illustration

Illustration // Monday, April 23, 2012
Fionn McCabe is an illustrator tending to surrealist influenced collage style drawings in grayscale and monotone palettes. Fionn studied printmaking at the Massachusetts college of Art and Design. He co-founded Oh Nancy with Nate Wellman in 2005 and is currently one of the projects three directors. Fionn lives and works in Los Angeles, California with his wife, where he draws, writes and listens to many audio books.

Animal Alphabet by Casey Girard

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
Casey Girard is a Boston based freelance illustrator/designer. Her work is in watercolors and colored pencil on wood panels, as well as on paper. She employs a technique called burnishing for her colored pencil work to create a soft look on her surfaces. Her 'Animals in Alphabet' series portrays each of the 26 letters of our alphabet with a different animal counterpart.

Works by Scott Greenwalt

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
Based in Oakland, CA, artist Scott Greenwalt's paintings open a window into another dimension where once familiar forms acquire bizarre alien qualities. "My paintings are really about capturing a moment," he says, "or a composite of several moments, wherein the subject undergoes a massive physical change."

Animals in Alphabet

Illustration // Monday, April 23, 2012
Casey Girard is a Boston based freelance illustrator/designer. Her work is in watercolors and colored pencil on wood panels, as well as on paper. She employs a technique called burnishing for her colored pencil work to create a soft look on her surfaces. Her 'Animals in Alphabet' series portrays each of the 26 letters of our alphabet with a different animal counterpart.

Changing The Rain

Illustration // Monday, April 23, 2012
Prepare for some pure psychedelic pop with British band The Horrors and their animated video single, "Changing The Rain." This totally trippy kaleidoscopic animation was directed by Pete Fowler, best known for his hallucinatory motifs and merry band of monstrous creatures.

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