Brian Stauffer

Posted on February 29, 2008 Under Art

If you picked up the New York Times yesterday, chances are you've seen illustrator Brian Stauffer's work. The Miami-based artist is front-and-center on the Home & Garden section of the paper, for an article titled "The Terrible Toll of Art…

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Pixish: Beta

Posted on February 11, 2008 Under Art

Derek Powazek sure knows how to make lemonade out of lemons. Even after the sudden (and forced) disassociation of both himself and his wife, Heather, from JPG Magazine, a magazine they founded, together, he's turned around to create yet another…

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Andres Sandoval

Posted on January 22, 2008 Under Art

Even though artist Andres Sandoval's academic background lies in architecture and urban studies, this Brazilian has made illustration the name of his game. He's starring as part of a group exhibit in Sao Paulo's Canto Gravura gallery, alongside class favorite…

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Peter Mitchell: New Work!

Posted on January 3, 2008 Under Art

It's been nearly two years since we showcased some new work from the hyper-talented Peter Mitchell, so what better way to ring in the new year than to revisit an old friend? The Toronto-based freelance illustrator whose work has been…

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Suburban Glamour

Posted on December 14, 2007 Under Art

Contrary to popular belief, the suburbs aren't all Soccer Moms and Macaroni and Cheese; At least not in the world of London-Based artist Jamie McKelvie's Suburban Glamour. The first comic effort from the artist behind Kieron Gillon's highly-touted Phonogram series,…

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Gary Panter Custom Drawing

Posted on November 29, 2007 Under Art

You might not know punk comic father Gary Panter if you don't run in the circles where geeking out to comics is an essential form of entertainment, but you definitely know his work: Panter used to be head designer for…

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Posted on November 19, 2007 Under Art

London locals and illustration appreciatives should find their way to Coningsby Gallery on November 26th to experience FOUR, an exhibit of four influential artist's contemporary work. The illustrations of Claire Scully, Erin Petson, Pomme Chan and Susie Wright, in the…

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Siggi Eggertsson

Posted on November 7, 2007 Under Art

Some have already picked up on Iceland-born illustrator Siggi Eggertsson, but we'd be both remiss and a bad friend if we didn't introduce his awesome portfolio to you just in case "” in fact, you might have already seen his…

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Illustration In The Age of Anxiety

Posted on November 1, 2007 Under Art

I was so psyched I almost wet myself last night when I read this bulletin which told me that two of my absolute favorite artists, Tara McPherson and Camille Rose Garcia, are teaming up next Saturday, November 10, for a…

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Matt Cipov

Posted on October 17, 2007 Under Art

If America's Got Talent and Matt Cipov is American, we think it's safe to say that Matt Cipov's Got Talent. Wisconsin-bred Cipov is brimming with artistic ability as his website will no doubt exhibit. Showing an incredible knack for linework,…

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