Cem Dinlenmi?

Illustration // Thursday, January 12, 2012
Cem Dinlenmi? was born in ?stanbul, Turkey in 1985. His father is a painter and graphic designer, so he was eager to draw at an early age. Cem spent his childhood playing with lego bricks and drawing pirates, knights and such kind of battling and fighting figures, he now lives in ?stanbul and spends his time working, wandering around and watering flowers when he isn't creating these graphic, sometimes political intricate illustrations.

Duda Lanna

Illustration // Thursday, January 12, 2012
The intensive use of graphic patterns, organic lines, geometric forms and a vibrant palette characterize the work by Duda Lanna, an artist from Porto Alegre, Brazil. Focused in graphic design, illustration and visual arts, his work generates chaotic structures filled with symbolism, freely moving between the abstract and the figurative.

The Work of Ruben Ireland

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 12, 2012
We have come across Ruben Ireland's work a few times this week, and really enjoy the work of the London based graphic artist and illustrator. Ireland uses both traditional and digital processes to create his work, with ink, acrylic, and Photoshop all used together to create one of his pieces.

Fausto Gilberti

Illustration // Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Fausto Gilberti is an Italian artist whose black and white drawings and paintings reflect on a kind of popular subconscious. According to Gilberti, "What I'm really interested in doing when I paint is creating an image quite unsuitable for being hung over a couch or by a cupboard. If many find it appealing I start worrying. I'm content when what I do makes you look twice."

Danse Macabre

Illustration // Wednesday, January 11, 2012
A perennial animation favorite, "The Skeleton Dance" is a 1929 Silly Symphonies animated short, produced and directed by Walt Disney and animated by the legendary Ub Iwerks, otherwise known as the creator of Mickey Mouse.

Orlagh Murphy

Illustration // Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Orlagh Murphy is an illustrator and designer from Dublin, Ireland. Since graduating from the National College of Art and Design in 2007, she has worked on a wide range of visual communication projects, specialising in illustration. Following 5 months in South America, Orlagh relocated to the UK to pursue postgraduate study at University College Falmouth.

The Art of Kelly Louise Judd

Illustration // Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Artist and illustrator Kelly Louise Judd received a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2002. She continues to live in Kansas City where she spends her time painting, illustrating, and creating jewelry and dolls. She is deeply inspired by folklore, ghost stories, Victorian literature and art, psychology, Northern Renaissance art, animals, and nature, all of which have an evident influence on her work.

I Think I'm Freaking Out Man

Illustration // Tuesday, January 10, 2012
A little reminder of one of the greatest hallucinogenic animated freak-outs in movie history, a clip from Beavis and Butthead Do America, from the ever talented creator Mike Judge. I'm glad to have these guys back on, somethings never die. Come to Butthead....

Tang Yau Hoong's Illusions

Illustration // Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Tang Yau Hoong is a visual artist, illustrator, and graphic designer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Hoong's spare, direct style is extremely effective and engaging, and he constantly endeavors to convey visual messages that are as simple and strong as possible, such as this impressive set of optical illusions and surreal images.

Devon Tsuno

Illustration // Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Based in Los Angeles, artist Devon Tsuno received an MFA from Claremont Graduate University in 2005. Using spray paint and acrylic on handmade papers, his most recent body of abstract paintings focus on the LA landscape's non-native vegetation. Tsuno has exhibited internationally in the US, Japan, Korea, and New Zealand.

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