Cheyenne Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Cheyenne the illustrator lives and works in Strasbourg, France, where she studied graphic design, art and illustration. She utilizes fine lines, symbolism, contradictions between realism and fantasy to create her images on paper, wood or fabric. She centers her life around various collaborations, personal projects and exhibitions.  

Adrian Baxters Dark Illustrations

Illustration // Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Adrian Baxter's illustrations are inspired by the visuals of the occult, using themes of wiccan and satan-related symbolism to create a dark, morbid feel. Baxter uses only three colors, applying blacks and whites to a kind of sepia background to create a highly graphic feel that compliments the tight details nicely. Baxter works in West Yorkshire in the United Kingdom.

Travis Bedel's Anatomical Organics

Illustration // Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Mixed media artist Travis Bedel creates stunning collages that merge anatomical imagery with illustrations from science guides and textbooks. By merging human physiology with natural flora and fauna, Bedel creates mash-up visions of organic matter that comment on a common origin. We're really enjoying the decorative quality of these works as well!

The Dark Art of Tim Hon Hung Lee

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Tim Lee’s large-scale ink drawings and paintings on rice paper are, at a first glance, tightly bound with the visual aesthetics of Chinese painting, while simultaneously referencing elements of traditional European art. The conflation of these visual cultures is unsurprising: Lee is a British artist of Chinese descent. But the work does not just amount to a reverential homage to these past cultures. 

Troy Lovegates aka Other

Illustration // Monday, June 30, 2014
Troy Lovegates may be better known by the name "Other." He crosses boundaries, making milestones in both fine art and mural works. Troy describes the process of turning one of his drawings into a linoleum cut: "Drawing and drawing and drawing over and over and over again...

Paul Thurlby's Retro Illustrations

Illustration // Monday, June 30, 2014
Originally from Nottingham, now based in London, Paul Thurlby is a full-time illustrator who draws inspiration from mid-century design and illustration. He says that his style has been described as being retro-modern, with the aesthetics being retro and the subject matter, modern...

Screen-Print Style Works from Sari Cohen

Illustration // Monday, June 30, 2014
Tel Aviv illustrator Sari Cohen combines digital and traditional techniques to create images heavily influenced by a screen printed style...

Michael Waraksa's "Recycled" Creations

Illustration // Monday, June 30, 2014
Michael Waraksa explains his work by saying, “I see collage as a form of recycling. I am attempting to build something new and unexpected by layering and juxtaposing a variety of disparate elements together. Scraps of text, photographic material from books, magazines and the web...

The Work of Tomoko Kashiki

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 30, 2014
When Japanese artist Tomoko Kashiki stands in front of a new white panel, she has a clear vision of what beauty is for her. It "is a very fragile conviction, intrinsically linked to my feelings at any given moment - it changes and is transformed by my feelings." Tomoko holds a PhD in Painting from the Graduate School of Kyoto City University of Arts and has exhibited widely across Japan and in Europe.

Joanna Krótka's Illustrated Mythologies

Illustration // Sunday, June 29, 2014
Joanna Krótka's florid, mysterious illustrations are inspired by sci-fi, psychedelia, fairytales and dreams. Her style is both graphic and painterly, combining spindly linework with bold coloration to create narrative images that rage with a mythic sensibility. She received an MFA in Graphic Arts with a specilisation in book design in 2010 and is now based in Krakow, Poland. Krótka is currently working toward publishing a full length comic book of her own.   

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