Lou Ros

Illustration // Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Lou Ros, a self-trained artist and former graffiti artist, has turned to the world of illustration through painting and gestural drawing. Being inspired by the lyrical poetry of dance, his work creates a flowing style that incorporates freedom and movement.

The Work of Dan-ah Kim

Illustration // Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Illustrator Dan-ah Kim was born in Soeul, South Korea and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Her patchwork art of color, line, and pattern depict quiet moments of a strange and ghostly magnitude, poised between the sweetness of a child's picture book and the subtle menace of a Grimm fairytale.

Gloria Pizzilli

Illustration // Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Gloria Pizzilli, a Florence-based illustrator, was commissioned by the renowned Milan opera house, the Teatro alla Scala, to create a listening guide based on Giacomo Puccini's celebrated opera, Turandot. The work Pizzilli created for the production perfectly captures the intense drama and dark overtones of the opera in an new and remarkable way.

Kimiaki Yaegashi

Illustration // Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Kimiaki Yaegashi is a Tokyo-based illustrator and graphic designer who has been working professionally since 1998. Her minimalist style is colorful, quirky, sexy and strange, with a cast of bizarre yet delightful recurring characters, including a perennially grumpy little girl, a Japanese yokai, a panda, a bodacious babe in a bikini, and Michael Jackson.

Ruth Ishbel Munro

Illustration // Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Ruth Ishbel Munro is a freelance illustrator who lives and works in Brighton, and graduated from the University of Brighton in 2008. Her work is an emotive and often sinister amalgamation of the fantastical and the mundane, often drawing inspiration from psychology, stress, good films, vintage trinkets, animals and nature.

Greg Eason's Graphite

Illustration // Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Greg Eason's use of space monumentalizes the subject within, from lazy lions, to listless figures staring into the depths of space. Objects in his works are usually portrayed as symbolisms for eachother, whether they are adjacently paired, or otherwise.

Mikey Swaney

Illustration // Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Mike Swaney's work emphasizes on the paper cut-outs of his unusual figures. His illustrations are unconventionally collaged with a little bit of humorous intrigue that tickles the fancy of the viewer.

Daan Botlek

Illustration // Monday, November 14, 2011
Dan Botlek uses exciting twists and turns in his illustrations and utilizes the textural solid line to create interest in his pieces. His artwork is conceptually stunning and wonderfully bizarre.

Terrence Payne

Illustration // Monday, November 14, 2011
Minneapolis-based artist, Terrence Payne creates oil pastel portraits that combine narrative elements, refined organic forms, and delicate, bold lines to suggest movement and evolution in his subject’s character. The earnest beauty ensuing from the clumsy actions of his subjects as they stumble through life in pursuit of their ideal existence inspires him.

Works by Laura Carlin

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 14, 2011
Laura Carlin's illustrations pull us into a comforting world that hones in on city life through an intimately personal perspective. She's skilled in a variety of mediums creating award winning work that ranges from pottery to drawings, which we provide a brief glimpse of here.


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