Pedro Pinto's Kaleidoscope

Illustration // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Pedro Pinto has years worth of drawings on his Flickr account in many varying styles, mediums and techniques. A couple favorite of mine from his collection are his surreal, kaleidoscopic illustrations of images repeating. They have a hint of futuristic appeal and time-travel to them, unlike some of his other work- and lava lamps?! Great.

Zac Scheinbaum Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Zac Scheinbaum is a talented illustrator (and tattoo artist) that currently resides in Brooklyn, New York and works at Saved Tattoo. Zac works in ink, watercolor, and graphite on his collection of bold, macabre, tattoo inspired imagery.

The Works of Chris Scarborough

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
We love when we stumble across an artist that one of our esteemed editors has already written about. But we continue to be fascinated by the work of Medford, Massachusetts-based Chris Sacrborough, whose series Aftermath series explores the idea of an existence after an ambiguous cataclysm like a new Big Bang.

The Illustrations of Pedro Felipe

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Pedro Felipe was born in Campo Grande, the capital of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil but now lives in Belo Horizonte. At 22 years of age, the freelance illustrator likes to incorporate strange figures inspired by the city , including issues of violence, sex, addiction and the occult. Thank you to the Juxtapoz Latin America team for the head's up.

Natalia Sanabria's Fashion

Illustration // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
A student in Costa Rica, Natalia Sanabria is creating some fashion-heavy illustration work featuring the likes of contemporary youth in neon Hello Kitty, leopard print with an array of vibrant colors and expressions. Its called Fashion. Oooooh Fashion.

Oriol Angrill's Wildlife

Illustration // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
'I've always been a bad student and I had a fervent tendency to distractions. I used to waste massive time starring at each shade, light that brighted onto my classmates, following the flight of a fly or how the pencil fell down while I was pushing the table up with my feet... I did not start like most of the artists I've met. As I've been listening, a majority of them had been enthusiastic about art, almost since they were born...' Oriol Angrill

The Work of Kraser

Illustration // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Throughout his work, Kraser uses a mix of techniques and mediums, creating with everything from oil and acrylic to pencil and collage to incorporate into his final illustrations. In his work, color is brilliantly used, with a wide array of variation, displaying his momentary mood and his continuous search for creative exportation. Kraser  is influenced by Picasso, Kandinsky, as well as the Surrealists, Mersad Berber, Keith Haring and Miró.

Faunesque

Illustration // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Philippe Constantinesco was born in France in 1982. After having completed his studies in Visual Communication in Strasbourg, he founded Zurich29 with Dorian Gourg (art directors studio, motion & static designers) and has been pursuing his career in Paris since 2006. "Faunesque" is his personal portfolio.

Drawings by Zakuro Aoyama

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
We love looking at the works by artists who use just one material, such as a pen and pencil, and we love what we are seeing in the works of Brazil's Zakuro Aoyama. The commercial and fine art illustrator has a great series of detailed drawings as well as notebook sketches that show a diversity of both great linework and photoreal skill.

The Work of Russ Mills

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
We have shown you the work of UK illustrator Russ Mills on the site before, but the artist just posted some new works on his site, our favorites to date. We love how the artist combines photography, illustration, and fine art. Mills say of his work: its a "collision of real and digital media it is primarily illustration based with a firm foundation in drawing, I focus mainly on the human form particularly the face, interweaving elements from the animal kingdom often reflecting the absurdity of human nature."

Gallery

Every image in one place

Vault

Full magazine features from Juxtapoz

visit the VAULT >