Works by Tim Lahan

Juxtapoz // Sunday, April 15, 2012
Tim Lahan is a New York-based illustrator who creates drawings, commercial work, zines, and other works of a consistently cheerful and charming quality. Embracing a humorous and simple approach, Lahan's work is undeniably uplifting and lighthearted.

Angie Hoffmeister

Illustration // Sunday, April 15, 2012
Angie Hoffmeister is an artist and freelance illustrator who lives in Dusseldorf, Germany, where she is currently studying at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf. Drawing inspiration from the city she calls home, Hoffmeister uses a wide variety of mediums, from watercolors to graphite, and she also creates etchings and ink drawings. Her first graphic novel, part two of the "Walled City Trilogy," will be published later this year.

2Veinte's Psychic Land

Illustration // Saturday, April 14, 2012
Once upon a time in Psychic Land...  or Buenos Aires, Argentina, an illustrator and designer by the name of 2Venite created a supersaturated, futuristic landscape full of surreal imagery, charachters and environments... There is even an animated Psychic Land short film, art directed and designed by Pablo Gostanian with help from many other creatives.

Nathan Bulmer Strikes Again

Illustration // Friday, April 13, 2012
Well, here we are. It's Friday, you're feeling kinda funny, the weekend is approaching and all you need is a little comic relief to get you through the rest of the day. Have no fear! I got you! Nathan Bulmer brings us a selection of illustrated comics from his massive collection of rendered humor. Yae!! You're welcome.

'Creative Sustainability' Featuring Blaine Fontana

Illustration // Friday, April 13, 2012
Blaine Fontana currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon. Imbuing his vision with the divine symbolism of religious myths, worldly folklore and current social dynamics, his works contain a kind of shamanic exploration of meaning that recognizes the totemic quality and power of the image. Also a long time Arbor Collective artist, Fontana discusses his use of sustainable materials in his work. This video is the first in a series of artist profile pieces to be released throughout 2012.

Abbey Watkins: Confuse the Spirit

Erotica // Friday, April 13, 2012
'The illustrations were inspired by the myths and legends of  Native American culture; confusing the bad spirits by not being able to pin point the body to infiltrate the mind. I was also inspired by their use of peyote and transcendent spiritual visions.' Abbey Watkins on her Confuse the Spirit series.

The work of Andrea Rossi

Illustration // Friday, April 13, 2012
Andrea Rossi was born in South Florida and currently lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Rossi is a student at the Maryland Institute College of Art, earning her BFA in Illustration with a minor in Art History. Unsurprisingly, her work has been honored by the Society of Illustrators Student Competition in 2012 and she continues to expand on her wildly entertaining narrative illustration style..

Dwayne Bell & Lucy MacLeod: Convergence

Illustration // Friday, April 13, 2012
Scottish illustrators Dwayne Bell and Lucy MacLeod have come to together to combine visual forces in their new collection of individual and joint works entitled "Convergence." Spawned by their mututal obsessions with mid-20th century lifestyle illustration, pulp fiction covers, and vintage comic books, this retro-flavored show with a contemporary twist opens April 14th at The Outhouse in Edinburgh and runs through May 20th.

The Illustrations of Nimit Malavia

Illustration // Thursday, April 12, 2012
Nimit Malavia is an award-winning freelance illustrator based out of Ottawa, Canada. Born in 1987, Malavia received his degree in illustration from Sheridan College, and has since been heavily involved in gallery shows across North America and Europe. He is currently participating in a solo exhibition of his work, "Finding Together Again," at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco, CA. The show opened April 5th and runs through April 28th.

Vampire Bash

Illustration // Thursday, April 12, 2012
Sometimes short and sweet is the way to go. Take this short (and we mean 5 seconds short) animation from Portuguese motion graphics animator and illustrator António Silva, "Vampire Bash," a story about the rise and fall of a paper vampire. If this clever little video doesn't put a smile on your face, we'll assume you've already joined the stony-hearted ranks of the undead.

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