Illustration // Wednesday, July 08, 2015
The death-and-anatomy-focused drawings of Toronto-based Paul Jackson feature portraits of humans or animals. In one series, he meticulously inks portraiture details and adds anatomically-researched skeletons. In another, animals are merely vessels for the humans operating them. In some, the images appear as technological projections, fading into visual interference.
Graffiti // Sunday, February 03, 2013
These are the work of Parisian artist, Ken Sortais, who is closely associated with the artist Horfe. They appear to be ink on large unstretched canvas. The heavy dripping and thick ink blotches really create an interesting overall look.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 23, 2012
Yes, that is right. This is a ballpoint pen drawing. Samuel Silva, the artist, used 8 different colors taking 30 hours to complete it. No other media. Simply 100 % ballpoint pen. Silva is Portugal-based attorney who does art as a "hobby." I don't think much more needs to be said. Just look at it.
Tattoo // Friday, June 29, 2012
Anatomical tattoos are a way to literally wear your heart on your sleeve. Whether you are showing some muscle on top of your flesh or letting your brains hang out, getting these type of tattoos are a sure way to get some "oohs & ahhs" amongst your friends. In addition, why not feel as if your helping to educate the public by giving them an anatomy lesson?!
Illustration // Friday, May 18, 2012
Emma Kelly started by drawing things onto a wall behind her parents sofa, aged two years old. Emma’s drawings are unusual and attractive, displaying her intuitive skill of drawing and use of color. She knows what to leave in or what to leave out, along with when and where to draw the line – quite literally. As a result, the illustrations have a unique character, be it a portrait, street scene, or box of washing powder...
Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 15, 2012
There has definitely been a surgence of underwater photography, and even a few series of ink shot underwater. But Italian artist, Alberto Seveso (who created the Lego man surfing atop ink underwater series), has just posted this new series, A Due Colori, featuring these stunning captures of various ink colors interacting and interweaving with each other underwater.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 19, 2011
All you wanted to do was have a smooth commute this morning but of course it takes you an addition two hours because of an overturned tracker-trailer, what a way to start the day right? Well this morning outside of Boston, we can imagine commuters were rubber-necking more than usual as they got to see one hell of a sight.