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. 

Artist Sixers with Marco Mazzoni

Illustration // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
In this week's edition of Artist Sixers, we interview Italian illustrator Marco Mazzoni. His breathtaking work, masterfully rendered in colored pencil, depicts partially faded female faces framed by delicate botanical tendrils and lively creatures. Mazzoni's plants and animals are so intensely vibrant and vital, they seem to consume not only the women's faces, but the entire canvas itself.

Gideon Chase

Illustration // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Gideon Chase illustrates a quirky dynamic in his artwork by creating pillow fighting knights, deflated castles and lunar rugs. His artwork is simple and clean, but definitely drives a message of humor and whimsy.

Tom French

Illustration // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Through figurative illustrations, Tom French, blends the lines between reality and surrealism. He combines the technicality of his formal drawing skills with the carefree lines and movement of his charcoal medium.

Wes Anderson's Go-To: Eric Chase Anderson

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Being a collector of Criterion Collection DVDs, we happen to have a few of Wes Anderson's films at home that feature the artwork of his brother, Eric Chase Anderson. Seeing that Mr. Wes Anderson is a detail-obsessed filmmaker, having these simple but brand identifying illustrations as companion pieces to the films is another reason why his films are cult hits.

In Illustration: The Work of Richey Beckett

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Richey Beckett is an illustrator based out of South Wales in the UK. His work is intricately gorgeous, and it incorporates the macabre through a variety of twists and turns in his linework. With limited color and exponential detail, he conveys the beauty in the disturbing.

Jeff Proctor's Zombie Babes

Erotica // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
We love Jeff Proctor's macabre illustrative style, and erotic explorations with his gorgeous and disturbing series of zombie vixens. It's a necrophiliac's dream.

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