Brian Luong's Flora & Fauna

Illustration // Sunday, March 30, 2014
'Brian Luong is an illustrator favoring natural and organic subject matters. Executing his illustrations using various levels of meticulous detail and simplicity, Brian creates a synergy within his work. With the advent of his discovery of shirt design, his work has been honed and refined to best suit the silkscreen printing process.'  

Graphite Renderings of Dennis Scholl

Illustration // Saturday, March 29, 2014
'In his exquisitely rendered pencil drawings, Dennis Scholl attempts to invent a new system of signs, an artistic language free of fixed content. He accumulates a plethora of well known signifiers, then combines them in unfamiliar ways until the signifieds they supposedly invoke can no longer be clearly read.'

Illustrations by Julie West

Illustration // Friday, March 28, 2014
'Julie West was born in the midwestern United States. She spent her childhood taking art classes and volunteering at a local art gallery. She then went on to study art and graduated with a BFA in Illustration. Her work relies heavily on people and environments. Often quirky, bizarre, or ironic, Julie looks heavily at the way people live and define themselves, as well as the environments which they create for themselves. Studying these details often reveals the unique moments that make us human.'

Whimsical Works by Cari Vanderyacht

Illustration // Friday, March 28, 2014
Cari Vanderyacht's body of work is impressive in its variety in subject matter and stylistic range- from realistic renderings of mundane objects to bolder, more simplified line drawings of human subjects. Across the board Vanderyacht's watercolor paintings are unified by her vibrant color palette and lighthearted sense of humor. She is based in New York.

Interiors by Peter Judson

Illustration // Friday, March 28, 2014
We can't get enough of the work of London-based designer and printmaker Peter Judson. His illustrations of domestic interiors, often rendered in a vibrant primary color palette, strike a 1980s nostalgia within us with his numerous allusions to Memphis Group designs and bitmap diagram-like aesthetic. Judson is a graduate of Kingston University.

The Work of Jordan Speer

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 28, 2014
As a young artist, illustrator and graphic designer in Kentucky, Jordan Speer has got the kind of versatile talent that we all dream of. His work spans a side array of platforms and mediums and his wit and sharpness can be seen across the whole spectrum of his portfolio. Incredibly bizarre and imaginative digital illustration work from this up and coming artist.

The Illustrations of Byron Eggenschwiler

Illustration // Thursday, March 27, 2014
Byron Eggenschwiler is an illustrator living in Calgary, Alberta. Inspired by fairytales and folklore, Byron says his works are a combination of what he sees in his imagination and what really surrounds him. He...

Magazine Cover Illustrations by John Paul Thurlow

Illustration // Thursday, March 27, 2014
Artist John Paul Thurlow has gained attention for his series of graphite magazine cover replications. Many of these replications have doodles incorporated into the newsstand images we are familiar with. This series combines fashion, pop culture and artistic renderings of the two. 

Hand-Made Work from Niky Roehreke

Illustration // Thursday, March 27, 2014
Illustrator Niky Roehreke believes that amongst all the new ways of communication, the movement in our hands remain the most powerful, honest and magical way to communicate. This is why all of her work is...

Illustrations of Architecture in Odessa by Dasha Pliska

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 27, 2014
These beautiful illustrations by Ukrainian artist Dasha Pliska are a unique and perfect blend of Architecture in Odessa and hands and arms. The limbs give the Architecture an unexpected human element.

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