A Vintage Thanksgiving

Illustration // Thursday, November 28, 2013
  Our national holiday really stems from the feast held in the autumn of 1621 by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag to celebrate the colony's first successful harvest. What a better way to celebrate than with some gorgeously decorative and embellished illustrated vintage greeting cards.  

Illustrations by Sam Green

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 27, 2013
London-based Sam Green is a photographer, graphic designer, and professional illustrator. He has a unique set of skills that has resulted in a fantastic and diverse array of work that we really enjoy. His commercial work has been featured in the New York Times, Dazed and Confused, ESPN Mag, Computer Arts Magazine, and many more!

Cityabyss Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Cityabyss Illustration is the freelance name of Beata Szczecinska, and artist and illustrator currently living in Poland. She has worked in the creative industry since graduating from Academy of Fine Arts (Krakow) in 2004 with MA Hons in Graphic Techniques. Her career began in London in 2005. She has amassed a diverse range of international clients from fashion industry to publishing & editorial. Beata unleashes her creativity across a variety of media, techniques and disciplines.

Edward Carvalho Monaghan's Psychedelic Comics

Illustration // Wednesday, November 27, 2013
London based artist and illustrator Edward Carvalho Monaghan not only creates vibrant, psychedelic images and comics, he also renders surreal, graphic elements and simple shape based works. Ed developed his distinctive visual language during his final year at college, a period in which he tried to be, in his own words, "as insular as possible in order to make the most honest work I could". His highly original style combines bright colours, uniform width black outlines and a natural flair for creating narrative-rich imagery.     

Jessica Fortner's Woolly Notions

Illustration // Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The colors that burst from Jessica Fortner’s illustrations are not only amazingly intriguing, but the intricacies and perspectives that Fortner provides in her renderings provide pieces of never-ending interest. She works in both traditional and digital media...

Sloths, Demons, and Bicycles: Maaike Bakker

Illustration // Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The illustrations by Maaike Bakker, a young artist from Pretoria in South Africa, create a series of bizarre but very attractive pieces using a soft palette. Her folk art-inspired style instills very mythical and dream-like qualities in each of her pieces. Bakker’s talent goes deeper than illustration; she is also very involved with installations and conceptual art.

"Authoring Evolution" @ Loakal Gallery, Dec 6

Illustration // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
This December, Loakal presents the three-person group show “Authoring Evolution,” featuring recent work by Xiau-Fong Wee, Lauren YS and Robert Bowen. The oeuvres of these Bay Area-based painters are steeped in science fiction. The three artists create a tension between the futuristic and the mythological with their otherworldly, figurative work. The human, animal and machine are combined to create hybridized forms that speak of the human condition in today’s increasingly digitized society.

Lucid Dream-Drawings by Andrew Khosravani

Illustration // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Andrew Khosravani's drawings incorporate lucid colors with an undercurrent of details, giving them a dreamy look with uncanny depth. Khosravani is a freelance London-based illustrator and animator. His portfolio includes work for Slam City Skates, Book Art Book Shop, Forage Press, RAAAD and KK Outlet. 

The Work of Pam Wishbow

Illustration // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Pam Wishbow is the self-proclaimed "rootin-est tootin-est lady you’ll ever meet. She eats cowboys for dinner and astronauts for snacks." While doing all this she went to school for illustration and bounced a few times on her way from her childhood home in NJ to her new home in Seattle. She enjoys using her powers for good from time to time, as well as painting, drawing, playing drums, and reading book-things.   

Amazing Pencil Works by Adonna Khare

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 25, 2013
Working with pencil is one thing, but to create large-scale, massive pencil on paper works as Adonna Khare creates is just stunning. Winner of the Art Prize 2012, Khare lives and works in Southern California, and is a member of the Drawing Center in New York. If you draw like this, it makes sense.

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