Sketchbook Illustrations by Bryce Wymer

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 20, 2013
We are suckers for good sketchbook illustrations. This morning we are enjoying Brooklyn-based artist Bryce Wymer's extensive collection on his website of his sketchbooks. Watch a time lapse after the jump!

Kent Williams' Nude Renderings

Erotica // Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Kent Williams has built up a formidable reputation as a powerful contemporary painter. His is a bold realism with combined attributes of abstraction and neo-expressionistic sensibilities. His work is characterized by strong gestural forms combined with areas of arresting detail, rendered with rich dynamic brushwork. Williams’ approach to his subjects is often subjective and intense...

New Sketchbook Works and Paintings by Pat Perry

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 15, 2013
One of our favorite features/artists that we have worked with this year is Pat Perry, a Michigan-based but constantly on the road illustrator, photographer, train travelin' ramblin' man. He just posted a series of beautiful documentations of his travels on his blog, featuring some stunning new sketchbook drawings and murals. Can you tell we like him? 

Narrative Portraits of NYC Subway Riders by Chris Russell

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 31, 2013
We used to spend a fair amount of time riding and commuting on the New York City subway and the routine can become pretty mundane. The cold or incredibly humid concrete city gets to people and the subway isn't usually where they are finding their joy. It is also a place where diversity and all the colorful characters of the fantastic city meet in a single confined space and we're pretty sure there is no better place to people watch. Chris Russell, over the course of 4 years, in 8 pocket-sized accordion books, has spent his commute drawing his fellow subway riders in an arrangement reminiscent of traditional Chinese landscape paintings!

Let's Interact with the work of ALESSANDRO DIDDI

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
There has been a great group of artists creating these cool little universes that morph both the physical and illustrative and create optical illusions of horseplay between artist and character. Italian artist Alessandro Diddi has some of the best pieces we have seen, especially this gem with his hand and pencil drawing. 

Video: Moleskine Sketchbooks '09-'13 by Lauren YS

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 26, 2013
Lauren YS, who we have put on the site in the past, has captured some of her excellent Moleskine sketches via a stop-motion animation designed to showcase the work of numerous years into one single view. The pages themselves are changing chronicle of development, showing the sketches and how they have evolved over the years. Thank you to our Juxtapoz Latin America staff for the find.

Sketches and Paintings by Simon Birch

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 14, 2013
Simon Birch is a young Hong Kong artist who's made a huge impact with his energy and vision in the last few years. Apart from his critically acclaimed, dramatic paintings, he's managed to produce overwhelming installations, curated wonderful exhibitions, collaborated with leading artists, produced high profile commissioned works....the list goes on, needless to say Birch is one passionate, motivated man.

New 3D Skethbook Works by Nagai Hideyuki

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
22-year old Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki continues to offer new images of his 3D illustration and perspective-based sketches. Nagai will often draw across several two-dimensional surfaces in order to emphasize the illusions and further perplex viewer.

Sketchbook Erotica by Chamo San

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 11, 2013
Chamo San is an artist and illustrator residing in Barcelona, Spain. Above all, he is a drawer and photographer, but appreciates every field in the art world. He is a member of Penique productions and has a great little array of erotic sketches in his Moleskin. Hey!! I saw that guy in Barcelona too- HA!

“Anarchists go to Rotary Club” And Other Sketchbook Drawings by Pat Perry

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
You know it, we know it, we are really into Pat Perry's work these days. Good thing for us, and for you, we are doing a nice feature on Perry's work in an upcoming issue of the magazine, and then even better for all of us, Perry updated his blog with new sketchbook works. He gave them a nice title; Anarchists go to Rotary Club.
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