Best of 2012: 3D Sketchbooks of Nagai Hideyuki

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 27, 2012
What we wrote on June 26, 2012: There is a mutal consensus between ourselves and the readers of Juxtapoz; we love sketchbook viewing. But rarely do we get something that blends sketchbooks and a bit of optical trickery. Not only does Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki show you his sketchbooks, he creates a 3D effect that is a simple but exciting illusion.

Pat Perry: New Sketchbook Works + Print Releases

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
I officially have a man crush on Pat Perry. And I don't care that I'm saying it. I nearly wait around every month to see what the Michigan-based artist is working on, and luckily, he posted new sketchbook works, and most importantly, a series of new prints on his site over the past few weeks...

Sketches by Henry Lewis

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 26, 2012
Henry Lewis is a tattoo artist and prolific painter from San Francisco who often combines human, animal, and textual elements into his mythical works. This collection of sketches and ink paintings--with dragons, beasts, and Asian-inspired linework--almost looks like it could be found in a museum of ancient paintings, but the amazingly tripped out energy of these works is all his own.

Moleskine Drawings by Stephanie Kubo

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 29, 2012
If you have been on our site over the past year, you know we love a good look at an artist's sketchbook or Moleskine. Why? It's all about process, and we love to see how an artist works from sketch to finished product. Today we look at Oakland, California based artist, Stephanie Kubo. 

The Works of Julia Petrova

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 12, 2012
Julia Petrova is an illustrator who lives in Moscow, Russia. She uses several methods for creating her works on paper or in her moleskin including pen, watercolor and collage. She creates illustrated portraits and landscapes, sometimes adding an element of surrealism to her creations. View more of her work and her moleskin collection on her website.

Always A Favorite: The Work of Pat Perry

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Pat Perry is an artist and illustrator who calls Michigan home. The lands of the north, the people he meets, and Midwestern streets have always moved him. Making drawings each day is his attempt to digest the indigestible; seemingly indescribable life experience, and the ephemeral acquaintances and scenery that are carried along with such encounters...

New Mattias Adolfsson Sketchbook Works

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
It is no secret, we love the illustrative works of Swedish artist, Mattias Adolfsson. And, again, no secret that one of our favorite past times is looking in the Moleskines of our favorite illustrators, because, sometimes, that is where the real pirate's treasure lies. For Adolfsson, this is no exception. 

Drawings by Olaf Breuning

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 30, 2012
We have featured Olaf Breuning's work in our magazine in the past (the May 2011 interview is online for you to see here), but the topic of his drawings has not been a main focus. Breuning is known primarily for his practice in installation, sculpture, and photography, but his drawings are a delight as well.

New Works from David Choe

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
A few months ago, David Choe (cover artist of both January 2006 and May 2010) was news all over the world; Facebook IPOs, Howard Stern, Barbara Walters, painting the new Facebook headquarters, and then... silence. Choe recently opened up his sketchbook and studio to show a few glimpses on some smaller works that he has been creating...

3D Sketchbooks by Nagai Hideyuki

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
There is a mutal consensus between ourselves and the readers of Juxtapoz; we love sketchbook viewing. But rarely do we get something that blends sketchbooks and a bit of optical trickery. Not only does Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki show you his sketchbooks, he creates a 3D effect that is a simple but exciting illusion.
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