Adam Tan Illustration

Illustration // Thursday, August 21, 2014
Adam Tan is a freelance illustrator located in Auckland, New Zealand. His work deals with mysterious shape-shifting figures that are accented with shocks of pink and posed in dynamic ways that suggest deeper narratives. We are loving the combination of loose and tight mark-making in his work, as well as the way he creates compelling compositions. Great illustrative work.

Silkscreens by Helga Philipp

Illustration // Thursday, August 21, 2014
  These silkscreens by Helga Philipp are outstanding examples of Op-Art an dynamic kinetics. Represented in major exhibitions in the 1960s, she was prominently integrated into the program of Galerie Nachst St. Stephan. Whether in graphic art, painting or sculpture, her works are hybrids, varying between genres. 

Brendan "The Blob" Monroe

Illustration // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
This is the first edition of an ongoing artist video series: “Friends of Werehaus,” which features the creative professional of WEREHAUS. In this piece, “InThe Haus: Brendan Monroe” takes us behind the scenes of Oakland based illustrator/artist. Enjoy!

The Work of Richey Beckett

Illustration // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Richey Beckett is an illustrator based in South Wales, UK. He works in pen and ink, creating original illustrations for record cover artwork, shirt design and poster art. Some of his clients include Metallica, Mastodon, Converge...  

Jonny Trousseau: Doomed Vol. 1

Erotica // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Jonny Trousseau is an Illustrator and Graphic Designer who resides in Portland, Oregon. He is a product of the new contemporary art movement, his work is heavily influenced by death, love lost, sex, dreams, parallel universes, space, dimensions, time, and adolescence....

Killian Eng's 'The Planet Chamber'

Illustration // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
A new piece from an old favorite of ours, Stockholm, Sweden based illustrator Killian Eng recently released an insane 7 color screenprint with our friends over at Evil Tender entitled 'The Planet Chamber'. This is his first limited edition art print and is a gorgeous example of his creative capabilities....

Nychos Dissects The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Illustration // Tuesday, August 19, 2014
For his most recent solo show at FIFTY24SF Gallery, Austrian street art legend Nychos has taken a katana to everyone's favorite pizza-slinging reptiles-- now you can get a look at what's really inside Donnie, Mikey, Raffi and Leo. While you could say Michael Bay did a bit of a hack job re-designing the turtles in his latest movie, Nychos' ninja turtle dissections are right on point. These works are available for purchase in a series of four ink drawings as well as paintings on canvas. Contact trevor@fifty24sf.com for inquiries.

The Work of Jelena Neskovic

Illustration // Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Jelena Neskovic is an illustrator in Belgrade, Serbia, whose patterned-animal images are reminiscent of tattoo artwork meshed with traditional folk designs. She also turns these designs into beautiful color-shifting gifs, and a series of t-shirts as well. We'd love to get our hands on some of these!

The Infinite Corpse

Illustration // Tuesday, August 19, 2014
The Infinite Corpse is an online collaborative comic that is open to everyone in the world who makes or wants to make comics. They are particularly looking for outstanding efforts in humor, creativity and draftsmanship. We love this comic for its tongue-in-cheek outlook on death. 

Ooli Mos Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Ooli Mos is a very skilled artist based in Saint Petersburg, Russia. He is specialized in illustration and graphic design. Ooli focuses his work drawing minimalist and powerful pictures. Check out this cool series of black and white drawings, widely inspired with Japanese culture which look like Yakuza mafia tattoos.   

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