B&W Drawings by Fuco Ueda

Illustration // Friday, April 18, 2014
By now you should be no stranger to the wonderful works of Japanese artist Fuco Ueda, so we thought we'd showcase her lovely monochrome pencil and acrylic works. These elegantly restrained drawings conjure a universe that is all at once melancholy, contemplative and uncanny...  

Ink Drawings by Ketut Kusuma

Illustration // Friday, April 18, 2014
Ketut Kusuma was born in Indonesia, 1990. He is a self-taught graphic artist who began drawing at an early age. He started to exhibit his works internationally at the age of 19. Despite his young age and autodidactic background,his works show a kinship with the works of classical masters, blended with a modern contemporary aesthetic. Featuring mostly women as his subject, Kusuma portrays transcendent feelings of solemnity, innocence and decadence.

Bryan Holland's Animal Menagerie

Illustration // Friday, April 18, 2014
'Recently, I began working on a series of animal paintings based on photos that I'd taken at zoos or museums. These are combined with a combination of collage material to invoke of feeling of old circus ads, weathered billboards, collage, etc. I enjoy the contrast between illusionistic painting techniques and the flattening effect of two dimensional design elements.This tension created between these two different ideas is something that I've explored in my work for a long time, and can be seen in most of my work.'   

Joanna Henly aka Miss Led

Illustration // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Award winning painter and illustrator both in London and Europe, Joanna Henly is the illustrator and owner of Miss Led Illustrations. Joanna is a live painter and works in a variety of mediums. Obsessed with clean...

A Look Inside Carmen García Huerta's Sketchbook

Illustration // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Fashion illustrator Carmen García Huerta lives and works in Spain. She has worked with Vogue, Elle, Glamour and many other fashion magazines. In recent years, Carmen has developed her own personal...

Robert Carter: Where the Real Meets Surreal

Illustration // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Illustrator Robert Carter grew up in Ontario, Canada. He began doodling and sketching anything and everything at an early age. Robert studied art and illustration at Sheridan College School of Art and...

Work from Commercial Illustrator Nook

Illustration // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Raccoon Nook or simply Nook is a Brooklyn based designer and illustrator with a wide variety of illustrative styles. Currently working as the Art Director for Süperfad NYC, Nook has continued to work freelance...

The Work of Clay Hickson

Illustration // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Based in Chicago, IL, Clay Hickson is a free lance illustrator who has done work for Bloomberg View, The Fader Magazine, Editorial Magazine, AQQ Design, to name a few. Hickson's style is a fusion of pop-surrealism, the 1990's, and occasionally breakfast.

In the Magazine: Alana Dee Haynes, April 2014

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 17, 2014
We all see the world through a slightly different lens, and a good photograph, painting, movie, or song beckons us to see, hear, and maybe even feel, in a fresh way. Among other things, Amanda Dee Haynes sees patterns. And she has found a way to share, or perhaps just remind us of that perspective in a very literal sense, by drawing those patterns and details on photographs: snapshots of what someone else sees. This led to drawing patterns on what someone else wears, sharing her subconscious in a tactile and relatable fashion. 

Visceral Works by RUDCEF

Illustration // Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Graphic and bold, illustrator Rudcef's comic book-like works range from celebrity portraits to dark ruminations on identity and mortality. Picking up illustration after the death of a family member, Rudcef views his art practice as a means of leaving his mark on and connecting with the world. He is based in South Korea.

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