Laura Elliott

Illustration // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Laura Elliott graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 2006 with a BFA in drawing and painting. She has completed several commissions and been featured in various juried and non-juried art shows in the Greater Toronto Area. Currently based in Nara, Japan, she works as a live caricature artist and as a studio enhancer at a high-end art reproduction company.

Dan Beckemeyer's Felted Anatomy

Illustration // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Based in O'Fallon, Illinois, Dan Beckemeyer is a graphic designer by day and a freelance illustrator by night. In his eye-catching series "Systems," Beckemeyer uses hand-made abaca paper to combine a highly detailed illustration of the human skeletal system with a stitched cardiovascular system and hand-felted muscle mass.

Everything I do, I do for Love

Illustration // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Each year graphic artist Marian Bantjes embraces the spirit of love, creating intricate Valentine's Day cards for a select group of people in her life. In this documentary video from Lynda.com, the Vancouver-based artist takes us through the creative process of designing these special cards, beginning with her inspiring personal mantra, "Everything I do, I do for Love."

The Work of Berlin's Meyoko

Illustration // Monday, February 13, 2012
Using fountain pens with black and gold ink, Berlin-based illustrator Melissa Murillo, aka Meyoko, creates dark Art Nouveau-inspired work that acts as a doorway to a microcosmic wilderness populated by divine entities and mythical creatures, where chaotic forests of luxuriant hair are formed from intermingling floral and animal elements.

Elmo Goes Duch

Illustration // Monday, February 13, 2012
Gorgeous new reader submission on the work of my new favorite French illustrator DUCH. While his work may not be for everyone, with gory hints of perverse narrative and raw illustrative line-work, when done right with the right balance of humor, I'm a sucker for it evertime. Thanks DUCH, enjoy x

Colin Chillag's Negative Complete

Illustration // Monday, February 13, 2012
Colin Chillag's finished/unfinished works add an interesting element to the imagined final touches of a piece. While sometimes leaving the negative, un-worked space, Chillag creates a balance in the void, allowing the working process to have a presence and ultimately pushing the boundaries of what defines 'complete.'

Charlie Roberts Draws

Illustration // Monday, February 13, 2012
Oslo, Norway based artist, Charlie Roberts creates heavily detailed works which focus on storytelling. His large-scale works on paper combine multiple figures to create compelling and often hilarious narratives. He has also created a cast of life-sized painted figurative sculptures carved in the gallery from wood with a crude hand axe that were on display at Richard Heller Gallery. Enjoy.

Matt Leines

Illustration // Sunday, February 12, 2012
Matt Leines is an illustrator currently living and working in Philadelphia. Earning a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design, Leines' work depicts the culture and conflicts of a fantasy world inhabited by mustachioed men, savage beasts, and living architecture, using lines and patterns that seem both intensely primitive and undeniably modern all at once.

Tiny Pencil Drawings by Paul Chiappe

Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 12, 2012
You have seen pencil drawings in the past, but these tiny, surreal pencil drawings by Paul Chiappe are some of the most impressive you will ever see. They look as if they were derived from a Diane Arbus-inspired B-horror movie. Maybe that is our interpretation.

Graphite on Paper Drawings by George Nova

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 11, 2012
We are taken by the graphite on paper illustrations by 26-year old Sydney, Australia artist, George Nova. With popular subjects like Biggie, Tupac, Kate Moss, Michael Jackson and Rick Rubin, Nova creates photo-realistic quality drawings with the simplest of tools. Great works.

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