June Glasson Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
June Glasson is an artist and designer based in Laramie, Wyoming. Her watercolor paintings draw inspiration from a wide variety of sources, including fashion, wildlife and portraiture. She uses mirroring in many of her recent works to generate a sense of repetition and duality of character. Her paintings have been exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London, Nature Morte Gallery in Berlin and various New York and stateside galleries. 

The Art of Travis Lampe

Illustration // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Travis Lampe grew up in a small town in Texas. After earning a degree in graphic design, he became an art director in Chicago, and began developing his personal illustration style over the course of several years. His work is highly influenced by the fluid, flat anatomies of old-timey cartoons, and is akin to the work of contemporary artists like Camille Rose Garcia. He contines to live and work in Chicago today.

Gerhard Human's Skateboarders

Illustration // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Gerhard Human is an illustrator based in Cape Town, South Africa. Gerhard Human works in the animation industry, and the influence of motion graphics leaks into his illustrations in a multitude of ways. These drawings are dynamic and dripping with narrative power, rendered with the bright limited palette and flat linework of traditional 2D cartoons. His series of Skateboard Suspects is particularly telling of his skills in character design. We love the range of urban attitudes described by these sketchy skaters.

Birds by Jennifer Mills

Illustration // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Jennifer Mills' multi-media renderings of birds capture the ephemeral nature of these airborne creatures. By combining the light, sketchy strokes of observational drawings with splashes of colored paint, Mills portrays a lively, fleeting natural spirit. Mills was born in Australia and currently lives in Melbourne.

New Sketchbook Illustrations From Mattias Adolfsson

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
This isn't the first time we've posted the sketchbook illustrations of Mattias Adolfsson, it isn't even the first time this year. The swedish artist is constantly updating his website with illustrations and moleskine sketchbooks full of wonderful drawings. Enjoy!

British Library Uploads 1 million Images to Flickr

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Drawing from over 65,000 books spanning from the 17th to the 19th century, the British Library has uploaded over a million images to Flickr and the public domain. The collection includes everything from book illustrations and maps, to decorative elements, diagrams, and typography.

Jeannie Phan's 'Swim' Zine

Illustration // Monday, December 16, 2013
'Swim' is one of Toronto illustrator Jeannie Phan's self-published zines. Jeannie says "'Swim' takes you on a mystical journey following a girl's intimate relationship between herself and the pool. This zine features beautiful full color illustrations that combine open white spaces that flow into meticulously detailed spreads." It is not difficult to see where Jeannie gets her inspiration being a self proclaimed lover of the water.

Rachel Levit's 'Dots' and Other Works

Illustration // Monday, December 16, 2013
Rachel Levit is a Brooklyn based illustrator born and raised in Mexico City. Her illustrations are a collection of nonchalant characters in somewhat muted surroundings. A few of Rachel's pieces have been featured in The New York times for issues like breast cancer and her 'Dots' series benefitted victims of the double hurricane that hit Mexico's coast in September of this year.

Jason Ratliff's Walking Shadow Series

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 16, 2013
In this series entitled Walking Shadow, designer and illustrator Jason Ratliff shows us that even a long, dark shadow can be transformed into something more visually interesting, like these bright patterns of stimulating colors. Ratliff combines traditional, detailed illustrations with abstract, mosaic silhouettes. Elderly folks, musicians, and animals find themselves accompanied by a shadow made of bold, solid blocks of color...

Pam Wishbow

Illustration // Sunday, December 15, 2013
Pam Wishbow currently resides in Seattle with her two cats Earthling and guy. Her earth-tone illustrations walk the line between darkness and light in terms of subject matter.

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