The Work of Canada's Kirsten McCrea

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 09, 2012
'Kirsten McCrea is a Canadian artist with a penchant for pop culture, politics, and patterns. Taking inspiration from mold, fungus, and moss, these colourful blooms of ornament and pattern come to land on and obscure everyday objects, animals, machines, and even language itself.'

The Illustrations of Ryan Lake

Illustration // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Ryan Lake is an artist and illustrator based in Ottawa, Canada. He attended the Ontario College of Art and Design where he received a BDES in Illustration. Utilizing a seamless blend of traditional and digital techniques his work strives to create a loose narrative of characters caught in a world of their own.

The Characters of Juan Molinet

Illustration // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Pop culture, creatures, and surrealism fuse together to make up the work of illustrator and art director Juan Molinet. Juan's interests range from robots to animation and you can definitely see references to these subjects throughout his work.

Illustrations by Brian Rea

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Brian Rea is a top notch artist and illustrator working out of Los Angeles with a list of past clients including the New York Times, Playboy, and Time Magazine. Rea's Modern Love illustrations shown here provide narrative images reflecting upon the many confounding conundrums surrounding how difficult it can be to get along.

B. Lopez's Pen & Ink Work

Illustration // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
B. Lopez is an artist and illustrator working out of Melbourne, Australia. His drawings are filled with intricate line work and sharp details that create striking illustrations that are a treat for the eyes.

Flora and Fauna

Illustration // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
'Kirsten McCrea is a Canadian artist with a penchant for pop culture, politics, and patterns. Taking inspiration from mold, fungus, and moss, these colourful blooms of ornament and pattern come to land on and obscure everyday objects, animals, machines, and even language itself.'

Morgaine Faye

Illustration // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Morgaine Faye's work is centered around the ornamentation, growth, and destruction of the figure as a personal narrative. Using icon, archetype, and symbolic language, my imagery explores internal worlds and subconscious urges that are manifested visually as marks upon the body.

Kikyz 1313

Illustration // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Kikyz 1313 was born in 1988 in Querétaro, Mexico where she received her BFA from the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. After holding her first solo exhibition at the Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro, she was offered an artist residency at the Nordic Watercolor Museum in Skärhamn, Sweden, where three of her completed pieces were selected for the National Biennial exhibition ArtEmergente in Monterrey, Mexico.

Andres Guzman

Illustration // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Born in Lima, Peru and spending his youth in Denver, CO, illustrator Andres Guzman graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design where he majored in illustration and discovered an interest in graphic design. Guzman tries to not limit himself to a single visual style and is constantly pushing himself to experiment with new techniques and artistic perspectives.

New Mattias Adolfsson Sketchbook Works

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
It is no secret, we love the illustrative works of Swedish artist, Mattias Adolfsson. And, again, no secret that one of our favorite past times is looking in the Moleskines of our favorite illustrators, because, sometimes, that is where the real pirate's treasure lies. For Adolfsson, this is no exception. 

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