Cartoonist Alex Schubert

Illustration // Thursday, October 03, 2013
Alex Schubert, from Kansas City, starting drawing very funny and original comics about 4 years ago. In 2011, he drew a comic book called Blobby Boys and following that, he started drawing comics for Nick Gazin at VICE. Inspired by cartoonists John Porcellinoand Sammy Harkhamalong with being a big fan of VICE’s comic section...

New Work From Patrick Kyle

Illustration // Thursday, October 03, 2013
Patrick Kyle lives in Toronto, Canada and has worked for The New York Times, Esquire, The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, THIS Magazine, Transworld Skateboarding Magazine, VICE Magazine and others. He is co-founder and editor of Wowee Zonk, a contemporary comic book anthology featuring upcoming narrative artists from Toronto. The 4th issue was released in 2012 by Koyama Press.

Night: New Work by Jose Di Gregorio and Jared Tharp

Illustration // Thursday, October 03, 2013
 “Night”, new work by Jose Di Gregorio and Jared Tharp opens Friday, October 4th with reception from 6-10pm at Bows Collective in Sacramento, CA. 'I don’t actually fully understand my relationship with art to be honest and I don’t know that I ever will. It sometimes seems like I just have a compulsion to make stuff. I just try to paint what I want to see.' Admits Jared... a good, honest man. 

Marielle Johnsen's Fashion Portraits

Illustration // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Marielle Johnsen is a student in Australia studying drawing, illustration and graphic design. She focuses mainly on fashion portraits rendered in graphite, and has a keen eye for recreating these iconic faces in monochrome.

The Art of Lee Jinju

Illustration // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Korean artist Lee Jinju's paintings are visual contemplations on the questions oft-repeated in life. Lee focuses on the residue of negative events and emotions which constantly resurface in everyday life. All rendered with Korean color on fabric, Lee's paintings of memories encapsulated and floating islands scattered with relics of passing lives are poignant and unsettling. Memory is a powerful enigma many artists seek to debunk in their artwork, but the deep intensity with which Lee explores the painful questions of memory resounds throughout these images. "Life wanders, but memories remain," quotes the artist.

Thumbdemon is Harikrishnan Panicker

Illustration // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
"Thumbdemon is the online portfolio of Harikrishnan Panicker. Harikrishnan Panicker is a Denver based graphic designer / illustrator. He has a Masters degree in Design from the Industrial Design Center, IIT Bombay and then worked with MTV India where he was the Senior Designer / Supervising Producer and created designs for channels like MTV, Vh1 and NICK. He spends his time experimenting with printmaking, screen printing and working for clients like..."

Future Chic by Felipe Vargas

Illustration // Monday, September 30, 2013
Felipe Vargas is an illustrator, animator, and motion graphics designer based in Santiago, Chile. His clean and vibrant illustrations depict a strange future where the blistering speed of everyday life calls for heavy helmets and stylish biker gear. Vargas' textures, lines, and color palette are reminiscent of the 1980's neon-tinged comic book representations of the future, his style following in the vintage-inspired footsteps of artist Killian Eng or the French electronic group Daft Punk.

Illustration by Nick Sirotich

Illustration // Monday, September 30, 2013
"I love drawing pretty much everything. I'm really inspired by the weird, the creepy and the just plain silly. My work is a mixture of clean lines and crisp, cohesive colors. I love creating vibrant screaming monsters, awkward wobbly creatures and creepy old people. All my pieces are created the old fashioned way, with pencil and ink..."  

Anna Dittmann's Fanciful Portraits

Illustration // Monday, September 30, 2013
Anna Dittmann is a 20 year-old illustrator who grew up in San Francisco and moved to Georgia to study at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Dittmann's young age belies the technical finesse of her digital portraits, rendered in sweeping strokes of soft pastels and portraying fanciful, even magical, nymph-like beings suspended in abstract spaces.

Ivan Slavinsky's Carnal Carnival

Erotica // Monday, September 30, 2013
Ivan Slavinsky was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 1968. With an art historian mother and a painter father, Slavinsky was almost destined to be an artist from an early age, and over the years has established himself as a well respected artist whose works are sought after by art connoisseurs and representatives of galleries in Italy, France, Great Britian, Holland, Belgium, and the US.  Although painting in a style that is uniquely his own, he does not limit himself to paint any one particular subject and is comfortable working on surrealistic portraits as much as impressionistic landscapes or still lifes.

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