Linus Strandberg

Illustration // Monday, March 05, 2012
The graphic, black and white abstracted illustrations of Linus Strandberg are similar to the fluidity and movement hallucinogens create. If you aren't already experiencing visual flashbacks, perhaps you should further delve into his work, via the 140 page zine, Arkipelag, a rural dystopia to get the full experience.

The Work of Louise Z. Pomeroy

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 05, 2012
Louise Z. Pomeroy lives and works as an illustrator in London and graduated from Kingston University with a degree in Illustration in 2008. Pomeroy's highly unique body of work has been aptly described as "comic, irreverent, and technically mesmerizing... (offering) a delicate glimpse into her left-of-center outlook on life."

Steve Larder

Illustration // Monday, March 05, 2012
Steve Larder is a freelance illustrator based in Nottingham, England, who specializes in zines and reportage illustration, documenting the moments of his life in a sort of visual diary. A gifted artist with a simple and subtly humorous style, Larder writes and draws his own zines, including the popular "Rum Lad," and he also plays guitar for his local Nottingham band, "Moloch."

Louise Z. Pomeroy

Illustration // Sunday, March 04, 2012
Louise Z. Pomeroy lives and works as an illustrator in London and graduated from Kingston University with a degree in Illustration in 2008. Pomeroy's highly unique body of work has been aptly described as "comic, irreverent, and technically mesmerizing... (offering) a delicate glimpse into her left-of-center outlook on life."

Jugend: Turn of the 20th Century Magazine Covers from Germany

Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 03, 2012
Jugend was weekly cultural magazine published in Germany during the turn of the 20th Century. As we were wandering through some morning notes, we came across this particular cover, a beautifully illustrated piece from 1901. In our research, it is said that Jugend launched the German art nouveau movement, and the word Jugendstil is still used today by German graphic designers in reference to the era.

Biggie, Wayne and Willie

Illustration // Saturday, March 03, 2012
Coolvader, aka Matt Morris, is a fine artist / illustrator living in Vermont. He received his M.F.A. in Illustration as Visual Essay from the School of Visual Arts in 2005, and his B.F.A. in Illustration from the Ringling College of Art & Design in 2003. His illustrations have appeared in The Source, Playboy, LA Times Book Review, SF Weekly, Seattle Weekly to name a few...

Catherine Casias

Illustration // Friday, March 02, 2012
Catherine Casias was born in 1981 in San Antonio Texas and grew up drawing and painting as a child. After receiving a Bachelors in Philosophy from the University of Texas, she studied Illustration at Parsons The New School for Design. She is currently creating ghastly and surreal pen and ink portrait illustrations.

John Fellows

Illustration // Friday, March 02, 2012
'The piece I made is again in my linoleum carving collage style. I printed the carving onto a bunch of different found paper, cut everything out and then reglued it all back together to get the final piece. All the "color" you see is the tone of the paper the carving was printed on. The background is an old, used nautical chart.' John Fellows

Tony Savas

Illustration // Friday, March 02, 2012
Train Yard, landscape and intricacy enthusiast, illustrator Tony Savas depicts incredibly rendered scenes of barren, urban landscapes, railroad lines and parts of our environment that remain untouched, except by the brief encounter of a tagger or passenger aboard the trains...

Juan Martinez

Illustration // Thursday, March 01, 2012
Based in Chicago, Illinois, Juan Martinez skillfully creates illustrations in a manner where the viewer is drawn immediately into the piece. Using a variety of mediums, including digital, oil, acrylic, and watercolor, Martinez's dark, gritty images are very conceptual with a strong cinematic influence, creating a direct connection between the viewer and the piece they are observing.

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