Maurice Sendak, author of Where the Wild Things Are, RIP

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 08, 2012
We lost another legend this week, with the passing of Where the Wild Things Are author Maurice Sendak early this morning. He was 83. Sendak illustrated over 100 books and authored over 20 more, but it was his 1963 landmark illustrated book, Where the Wild Things Are, and his character Max, that made Sendak one of the most famed authors of children's literature ever.

The Work of Santiago Salvador

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 08, 2012
Chilean artist Santiago Salvador paints images of tiny, anonymous people often arranged in patterns reminiscent of traditional South American weaving. “I think of my paintings and drawings as constructions. I include recognizable elements in them and others that are not, creating a composition in a way loses a narrative logic, but maintains in itself a friendly and mysterious stability."

Jon Boam

Illustration // Monday, May 07, 2012
'Jon Boam describes his style as a comic/cartoon/graphic mix, creating images initially drawn in pencil and before tracing the lines with fine tip pens and adding colour digitally. Much of his personal work is littered with characters, strange technological devices, foliage, futuristic cityscapes, mystical caves & happy animal friends.'

Séverin Millet's Playful illustrations

Illustration // Monday, May 07, 2012
As a children's book illustrator (among other things) Séverin Millet's playful illustrations are created with a decorative and explosive transcendence of shape, color and object, making him the perfect visual candidate for such a profession. Livley, beautifully created rendered scenes from French illustrator, Millet.

Type Illustrations by Yann Sadi

Juxtapoz // Sunday, May 06, 2012
In 2008, and after ten years as graphic designer and creative director, Yann Sadi created his own illustration studio, blindSALIDA. The studio is specializes in vector visuals, full of movements and color. Today Yann digitally illustrates vector type and lettering with fluid masterful control and understanding.

Yann Sadi's type illustrations

Illustration // Saturday, May 05, 2012
In 2008, and after ten years as graphic designer and creative director, Yann Sadi created his own illustration studio, blindSALIDA. The studio is specializes in vector visuals, full of movements and color. Today Yann digitally illustrates vector type and lettering with fluid masterful control and understanding.

The Work of Joshua Andrew Belanger

Juxtapoz // Saturday, May 05, 2012
Joshua Andrew Belanger is an illustrator working and living in the northeast sanctuary of a battle torn USA, drawing pictures of the devil and aliens for bands, books, and broads. His work aggressively blends the lines between growth and a morbid undertaking, graphic and abrasive, there is an undenyable talent in his illustrated works.

Gaks Designs: Digital Dessert Death

Illustration // Friday, May 04, 2012
Gerrel Saunders, also known as Gaks, is a multi-disciplinary graphic designer and illustrator hailing from the twin islands of Trinidad and Tobago. His candy coated, digital illustrations of sprinkle clad skulls and donut covered death are bursting with delicious super-saturated vector flavor.

Weirdo Illustrated GIF's!!

Illustration // Friday, May 04, 2012
It's finally Friday again and you're already getting an itchy case of the weirds over anticipation of the weekend. To help remedy your antsy mental rash, the Jux illustration dept. has a selection of equally strange illustrated animated GIF's!! TGIFWeirdos!! Artists unknown but credit gladly given!

Joshua Andrew Belanger

Illustration // Thursday, May 03, 2012
Joshua Andrew Belanger is an illustrator working and living in the northeast sanctuary of a battle torn USA, drawing pictures of the devil and aliens for bands, books, and broads. His work aggressively blends the lines between growth and a morbid undertaking, graphic and abrasive, there is an undenyable talent in his illustrated works.

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