The Work of Jimbob Isaac

Illustration // Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Jimbob Isaac is an illustrator, designer and musician who is currently based in Bristol, England. With a style that is highly influenced by comics, album covers, and Art Nouveau masters such as Alphonse Mucha, Isaac sketches his work in pencil and uses a Wacom tablet to render his final pieces in Illustrator and Photoshop.

Ella Koo Koo

Illustration // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Ella Koo Koo is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in Jaffa, Israel. Graduating from the Bazalel Academy of Art and Design with a major in illustration, she specializes in creating straightforward and charming editorial work that immediately catches the eye with its visual simplicity and emotional honesty.

David Ho

Illustration // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
After graduating from UC Berkeley with a BA in Sociology, David Ho reassessed his career path, deciding to pursue art instead by re-enrolling to attain a degree in Art History with a Fine Arts minor at San Jose State University. Ho has worked as a freelance designer, illustrator, and fine artist for the past 15 years, creating dark digital art that expresses grief, despair, isolation, and sexual disturbance.

Daniel Almeida

Illustration // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Born in São Paulo, Brazil in 1975, illustrator Daniel Almeida began his career as a comics artist, during which time he honed his simple and distinctive cartoon style. Almeida continues to contribute editorials and strips to various journals and magazines, and in 2011 his work was published in the Taschen Publishing's Illustration Now! - Vol. 4.

Liqen on Paper

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
From the vast amount of work Liqen generates it’s obvious this guy spends much of his time sketching on paper. We really love when artists share their ideas, drafts, sketches, blue prints, etc. Be on the lookout for something big in a future printed Juxtapoz magazine!

Merve Morkoc's Disturbed Portraits

Illustration // Monday, March 05, 2012
Hailing from Istanbul, Turkey, the morbid undertones of the work of Merve Morkoc can be felt without hesitation. Her aquarel and pastel pencil illustrations are a delightful blend of delicate portraits with a touch of the unexpected grotesque.

The work of Lionel WIlliams

Illustration // Monday, March 05, 2012
Though not much is known about the intricate graphite illustrations of Lionel WIlliams, we can easily gauge that there is a high level of hidden political, religious and cultural meanings and symbolism behind his bizarre, heavily concepted narrative pieces.

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."

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