Angela Palmer's Life Lines

Illustration // Monday, July 08, 2013
Angela Palmer is an Oxford-based sculptor and installation artist who uses CT and MRI scans of heads and bodies to create three dimensional works on engraved sheets of glass. Depicting mesmerizing networks of veins and sinewy brain matter, Palmer's ambitious work conveys a dual sense of grotesque vigor and innate frailty, illustrating the robust nature of the human body as well as its organic fragility. From certain angles the clusters of lines appear jumbled and random, but when when viewed just-so, they acquire their proper shape, whether of a horse's brain or a mummy's body or the head of the artist herself.

Impossible Architectural Illustrations by Toby Melville-Brown

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 08, 2013
Toby Melville-Brown's The Tower Series explores various fantastical architectural scenarios in the form of skyscrapers. Toby explains, "I'm not commenting on environmental issues, nor condemning our excessive nature; I'm merely fascinated with the synthetic landscape we have constructed around ourselves."

Illustrations by Ultrafry

Illustration // Sunday, July 07, 2013
Emilio Barnes aka Ultrafry is an artist from London specializing in black and white handcrafted pattern design, characters and lettering. 'A lot of my recent work is influenced by my personal experiences of the ‘Sleep Paralysis’ phenomenon - a condition of sleep disorder, night terrors and hallucinations; a case of which I frequently suffer from. Other elements of my artwork are inspired by Eastern cultural design, all things fantasy, astronomy, girls and confectionary.'

Will Yackulic's "Outposts"

Illustration // Saturday, July 06, 2013
Will Yackulic uses typewriters, watercolors, india ink and gouache to render otherworldly landscapes occasioned by spheroid forms which he terms "outposts." They resemble unearthed geodesic domes with subtle color fluctuations among their facets. The tactile and the imagined intersect, acknowledging the emotional and spatial tensions of the artistic process.

Dillon Froelich's Temper Tantrum

Illustration // Friday, July 05, 2013
Dillon Froelich's artwork draws many influences from antique culture and vintage aesthetics. Whether fictional or based on real events, Dillon tends to emphasize the dinginess in humanity through illustrations, narratives and murals while incorporating historical pretenses...  

Hilary White's 'The Endless One'

Illustration // Thursday, July 04, 2013
'Making the work feels like everything I want to communicate. Every cut out or painted piece a word beyond dialect or nationality, a universal visual language of sorts, and in a way that is what The Endless One is about. Opening up on a very human level about or beliefs, our pasts, our present, where we are going, and how we can continue moving forward in a more connected, and loving way. (…) My hope is that all people will connect with the work visually to begin their own conversations about belief, life and death, our struggles, victories… this is what connects people…the differences.' - Hilary White on her series, The Endless One. Hilary White is a multidisciplinary artist based in Philadelphia.

Jasper John's Flags

Illustration // Thursday, July 04, 2013
“One night I dreamed that I painted a large American flag, and the next morning I got up and I went out and bought the materials to begin it.” Happy 4th from all of us at the Jux team. Check out these iconic flag pieces by Jasper Johns, and psst-- try staring at the circle at the center of the green flag before focusing on the grey flag beneath it.

The World of Joseph Martinez

Illustration // Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Daniel Martinez is an LA-based contemporary artist who has been recognized by numerous organizations and received many fellowships and residencies. Martinez works in drawing and multi-media and is best known for his miniscule matchbook artworks. We love his strange, cubist bust-drawings and these depictions of human hearts painstakingly rendered with pieces of dollar bills. Martinez represents the world through a sensitive, strong eye that is sure to continue producing great work.

Art by Luke Pelletier

Illustration // Wednesday, July 03, 2013
We recently covered LA's "Tonight, We Fight!" an exhibit curated by Luke Pelletier, whose work deserves its own post. Playful, fresh and unique, Pelletier creates art that is as much illustration as it is design, employing bold shapes of oranges and pastels to highlight creepy-cute characters. Leopards, reapers, alligators and skulls populate his work, expressing patterns and imagery we'd love to have on our canvas sneakers and skateboards as well as framed on a wall. Pelletier currently lives in Chicago. 

The Illustrations of Sam Taylor

Illustration // Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Sam Taylor's artwork is not for the polite of heart. Drawing from the lumpy, brash aesthetic of cartoons like The Simpsons and Ren and Stimpy, Taylor presents critical and often tongue-in-cheek subject matter in a deceptively childish style. Fittingly, Taylor often illustrates for Vice and mastheads art collectives like Simpsons Drawing Club. Taylor was born in Leicester, studied in Camberwell and lives in London currently. 

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