Ana Galvan's Alien Abductions

Illustration // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Bizarre glimpses of scenes from a 'Brave New World', talk of dystopias and parallel realities and eerie portraits focusing on alien abductions make up the majority of Ana Galvan's personal portfolio, and I like it. She is an illustrator and comic artist originally from Tacoma, Washington.

TateShots: Marcel Dzama

Illustration // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
TateShots spends a day with artist Marcel Dzama as part of their New York special issue. Dzama‘s work is characterized by an immediately recognizable visual language that draws from a diverse range of references and artistic influences, including Dada and Marcel Duchamp.

Gabee Meyer's Folk Implosion

Illustration // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Hailing from São Paulo, Brazil, the illustrations of Gabee Meyer are a rich, vibrant blend of folk tendencies and contemporary attractions. Incorporating pattern-clad skateboarders, keyboardists riding giant, kaleidoscopic eggs and prehistoric creatures blasting future technology, her works are certainly not lacking vivid imaginative narratives.

The Erotic Works of Higinia Garay

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Higinia Garay is an illustrator who has studied in both London and Valencia. The work is marked by delicate and colorful strokes, perceived strength, and passion. Women warriors are the protagonists of the stories, and Higinia Garay is defined as a fighter.  

Illustrated Adventures by Henry McCausland

Illustration // Monday, July 16, 2012
Who is Henry McCausland? He is a British illustrator and animator born in 1981 currently making some playful work with a vibrant palette and variety of textures. He uses marker, pen, and ink to create some fun and often mysterious situations for his characters.

Collage by Antony Zinonos

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 16, 2012
Antony Zinonos' bold and clean collages are playful, light, and compelling. Often invoking humor, each image is a conglomeration of vibrant, flat color, carefully plucked print images (with an emphasis on the vintage), and underlying narrative.

Illustrations by Florian Meacci

Illustration // Monday, July 16, 2012
Florian Meacci is French freelance illustrator/graphic designer based in London. He says, "My 2 main inspirations in life are fashion and comic books. I’m crazy about comic books, they are what made me want to be an illustrator... My art is about contradiction, I always try to put something unexpected. I like to combine a few things which are not made to be together."

Wolves from the mind of China Mike

Illustration // Monday, July 16, 2012
Mike Carr, AKA 'China Mike', has intricately illustrated a few pretty colorful and funky wolves. Living and working in England- Michael is an incredible illustrator with a background in graphic design. He has been working on a lot of paintings recently which also include animals, particularly the wolves' closest relative-- the dog.

Creatures of Zé Burnay

Illustration // Monday, July 16, 2012
Zé Burnay is a Portuguese illustrator currently studying graphic design. He brings us to a world of wild monsters & demons who fill the pages of zines and gallery walls. Burnay is also a self proclaimed demon slayer, and we hope he is around if we ever run into some of his creatures.

The Work of Jeremy Tinder

Juxtapoz // Sunday, July 15, 2012
Jeremy Tinder is a Chicago-based artist. He primarily makes paintings and comics. Jeremy teaches at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Marwen Foundation, and Evanston Art Center. He is a proud member of both the collborative comics collective Trubble Club and the installation/performance group Paintallica.

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