In Illustration: The Work of Kareena Zerefos

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Kareena Zerefos is a London-based artist, designer, and self-confessed daydreamer who has an unhealthy obsession with dangerously sharp 2B pencils and a strong yearning to escape into a world of make-believe. It's these tendencies that lead her to create whimsical illustrative work with a sense of isolation and bittersweet nostalgia.

Illustrations by London's Sophy Hollington

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 12, 2011
Sophy Hollington is a London-based illustrator that graduated this past July from Camberwell College of Art and Design with a degree in illustration, and she has already done work for clients like the New York Times for the Sunday Review. She has a great, very distinctive style that we're hoping to see more of soon.

Kareena Zerefos' Menagerie

Illustration // Monday, September 12, 2011
Kareena Zerefos is a London-based artist, designer, and self-confessed daydreamer who has an unhealthy obsession with dangerously sharp 2B pencils and a strong yearning to escape into a world of make-believe. It's these tendencies that lead her to create whimsical illustrative work with a sense of isolation and bittersweet nostalgia.

Opening Photos: Antony Micallef @ Lazarides Gallery London

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 10, 2011
British artist, Antony Micallef just opened a solo exhibition, Happy Deep Inside My Heart, at Lazarides Gallery's Rathbone space in London. The show features a body of new unique canvases, originals on paper and some never-before seen media manipulations.

The Victorian Inspired Work of Dan Hillier

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 07, 2011
We have been huge fans of London-based artist Dan Hillier for quite some time, as we found his work to be an ornate, illustrative universe of Victorian era with a twist of Eyes Wide Shut regal nature. And, even better, the illustrations and prints are all just a bit creepy and dark.

Altered Objects by Brian Dettmer

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 01, 2011
Brian Dettmer has recently focused on altering books into unique sculptural art objects, but he has in the past altered cassette tapes into a skeleton, and turned a typical road map into a human head. Starting on September 8, 2011, he will be showing at London's Black Rat Projects.

Kirsty Whiten "Feral Family" @ London's Stolenspace Gallery

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 01, 2011
On September 2, 2011, London's Stolenspace Gallery opens Feral Family, a new series of large-scale paintings from Kirsty Whiten, depicting moments of family intimacy set in a psychedelic forest. Whiten says the work seeks to express an unspoken but profound experience at the core of family, and of human experience.

X-Rated by William Copley (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 25, 2011
On view until August 27th at Sadie Coles HQ in London is X-Rated by William Copley. Copley's provocative and sexually graphic paintings draw from a combination of pop and american folk aesthetics that implement seemingly boneless flesh and bright, abstracted, patterned background of wall paper, blankets and floor tiles from the seventies.

London Photoshoplooters Series

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 22, 2011
It may not be the most polished series of photoshopped images on the web, but it may be one of the more poignant and clever series. London Photoshoplooters takes acutal found photos of rioters from across England and applies a more absurdity to the chaos.

In Illustration: The Work of Sandra Dieckmann

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 20, 2011
Sandra Dieckmann's work eternally explores and expresses her personal love for drawing, folk tendencies and the creatures that roam this planet. Sandra was once German and now lives and works in London, UK.

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