Mulga the Artist

Illustration // Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Mulga is Joel Moore, a Sydney based artist, freelance illustrator and poet who paints murals, designs t-shirts and runs the Mulga clothing label. He loves to paint bearded folk. He draws beards, animals, zombies  and wacky characters and has a unique style combining  crazy colours overlaid by intricate line work. ‘I draw beards because I am intrigued by the unique mystical power beards possess. I am here to spread the magical wonder of beards and ensure every man and woman has the opportunity to grow a bushy beard at least once in their lives.’  

The Work of Zach Johnsen

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 22, 2013
This morning we take a look at the work of Portland-based artist Zach Johnsen. An illustrator, fine artist, graphic designer and art director, Zach primarily works in pen & ink, watercolor, and mixed media to create his world of ghouls, monsters, and misfits! Zach is also co-founder of the clothing and apparel company Tank Theory.

GIF's, Skateboarding and Freddy Arenas

Illustration // Monday, October 21, 2013
'I consider myself a curious, self-motivated person that enjoys creation at any level. Currently based in Brooklyn, NY. I spend my days designing, animating and whenever there’s a chance skateboarding.' Freddy Arenas  

Surreal Portraits from Qwux

Illustration // Monday, October 21, 2013
Qwux is an illustrator out in Glebe, New South Wales and makes radness happen. He founded and publishes the Rah Collective Art Books and works as a freelance creative. He specializes in bizarre, multi-leveled-eye portraits in addition to all types of illustration and graphic design.

Loveless Hauntings: Eric Hosford

Illustration // Monday, October 21, 2013
Eric Hosford, an illustrator and designer located in New York, depicts powerful, flowing storms in scenic illustrations and follows the same style in his other pieces. The flow of these organic...

The Work of Kyle Kogut

Illustration // Monday, October 21, 2013
Kyle Kogut is a multi media artist currently living and working in Philadelphia, PA. Some of his recent projects include works on canvas and fabric, experimental sculpture, and animation film. His raw and illustive rendering style adds an element of mystery to his textural illustrations.

Death to False Metal

Illustration // Sunday, October 20, 2013
French is an epic metal illustrator based out of the UK. I've been following his dark progress for some time now, descending deeper and deeper into the blackest layers of the underground. Dream evil, kids, and don't forget to say your prayers. 

Palladini's Ambiguous Eroticism

Erotica // Sunday, October 20, 2013
Much of Jeffrey Palladini's work brandishes a sort of ambiguous eroticism ‘ a vaguely (and sometimes not-so-vaguely) sexual tension that shows through even the most neutral imagery. The multiple figures which populate many of my recent works share narratives that are compelling but not quite overt, encouraging the viewer to project their own stories and points of view into their interpretations. Palladini is a San Francisco based creative.

You Wish You Read André Karpov's Book As A Kid

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 19, 2013
André Karpov, with his swoony voice and epic shoulders, seems as though he stepped out of an Americana doc highlighting the brave broad range of the Mendocino coast children. The story begins: In the Pacific Northwest where the land meets the water, lived a cynical gull and an amiable otter.

Super Saturated: James Jirat Patradoon

Illustration // Saturday, October 19, 2013
Amazing illustrations form a guy from Thailand. Born in 1985 in Thailand and raised in Sydney, Australia on a super-diet of cartoons, comic books, and sci-fi movies. James Jirat Patradoon now makes giant candy coloured screenprints/posters you can look at and adore but cannot eat. "I worry about alternate realities, the poor Hikikomoris, and cosplay supplies. One day I want to publish a book about my research into parallel universes but until then I will stick to drawing pictures.”

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