Illustration // Wednesday, July 01, 2015
Brighton-born illustrator Camilla Perkins uses her hand-drawn style to illustrate portraits and bright scenes. She says she "derives inspiration from encountered oddities, whether human, flora or fauna." She is an artist as well as a commercial illustrator. Blocks of color characterize her work with detailed linework, and overlaid transparent shapes.
Illustration // Friday, July 13, 2012
From what I can gather, Elzo Le Durt Du Quartier is an artist, illustrator and screen-printer extraordinaire out in Bruxelles, Belgique creating complex, layered posters, prints and pieces for renowned well known musicians and underground artists alike. His roster of clients ranges from NoBunny to Dead Elvis (probably not a commission) and his graphic, collaged style is an effective medium, perfectly pushing his name as well as the work of the musicians.
Illustration // Thursday, June 07, 2012
'Illustrator David V. D'Andrea’s work is iconic, dark, intricate, and beautiful. His illustrations seethe with sinuous, accomplished line work and intentional rough edges. He draws from a variety of themes – the shelves of his small studio are crammed with dusty books: almanacs, type specimens, crumbling encyclopedias, and other esoteric visual references, all looking as if they had been rescued from a medieval basement.'
Illustration // Thursday, December 22, 2011
John Vogl works in a very small studio under the moniker, the Bungaloo, in Denver, CO. While much of his work focuses on limited edition concert posters that I design and screen print by hand, he is also heavily invovled in design, illustration and art direction. He got his BFA in design from Drake University, where he was doing a lot of lithography. 'I loved the presses and the process.' he says.