Saul Chernick

Illustration // Saturday, October 22, 2011
In his illustrations, Saul Chernick references Medieval and early Renaissance woodcuts from Northern Europe. Chernick creates pieces that feel like they come from a time long ago, mixed in with elements of the present, such as birthday cakes and a computer’s Graphic User Interface.

Kristofer Strom

Illustration // Friday, October 21, 2011
The brilliant aspect of Swedish illustrator Kristofer Strom's work is not only his intriguing characters, compelling compositions, and strong lines. It is the fact that all of these pieces were created on his iPhone, while sitting on the bus.

In Illustration: The Work of Aleksandra Waliszewska

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 21, 2011
Polish illustrator, Aleksandra Waliszewska, creates beautifully eerie illustrations with a mysterious subject matter which relies heavily on the human figure. With a unusual color palette and a secret in her work, she brings to life the narrative and creepy aspects of life.

Prunelle

Illustration // Friday, October 21, 2011
French artist, Prunelle, represents in her artwork each movement of the border between two worlds, always in balance between calm and storm. She deploys a narrative universe, by evokeing the femininity, sensuality and sexuality of the woman body through obscure masked figures and natural scenery.

TugBoat PrintShop

Illustration // Friday, October 21, 2011
Tugboat Printshop is the collaborative name for the team printing projects of husband and wife duo Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth. All their intricate illustrations are made from linoleum block in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The amount of detail that this couple uses in their artwork is stunning, along with the fact that they are using a very time-consuming process without the aide of a computer. Super awesome!

The Order of the Triad

Illustration // Thursday, October 20, 2011
'The Order of the Triad' opens this Friday, October 21st at R&R Gallery in Los Angeles with clandestine activities, erotic magic, and the exploration of the occult figure through the new works of Hannah Stouffer, Sterling Bartlett, and Nil Ultra. 

Aleksandra Waliszewska

Illustration // Thursday, October 20, 2011
Polish illustrator, Aleksandra Waliszewska, creates beautifully eerie illustrations with a mysterious subject matter which relies heavily on the human figure. With a unusual color palette and a secret in her work, she brings to life the narrative and creepy aspects of life.

Russ Mills

Illustration // Thursday, October 20, 2011
Russ Mills is a United Kingdom-based artist that predominantly uses the human form as his muse in his illustrations. He is most interested in covering subjects such as superficiality and isolation by progressing into more socio-political expressions through his work.

Bene Rohlmann

Illustration // Thursday, October 20, 2011
German illustrator, Bene Rohlmann, has an incredible sense of line-work in his heavy works of art. He uses incredible sarcasm and iconographic technique in his work that allows it to become an edgy source of graphic illustration.

Daniel Mackie

Illustration // Thursday, October 20, 2011
Daniel Mackie, a traditional watercolorist, bends and sways his brush in a much more fluid sense. His characters are painted in a way that morphs reality through the anatomy, and the characters stories are told through hints of tattoos that are found in his body of work. 

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