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March 12, 2010

Cut It Out

I love the whole cut out, diorama look. It works so well in sketchbooks, journals as well as finished pieces. I found Steve Simpson's work in a 3x3 illustration annual. Then I hunted him down on the internet and saw his Absolut campaign. This is inspiring me to do a diorama illustration project. Oh for more time!

March 8, 2010

Off The Wall

Zeptonn creates fun little worlds that look great on anything. On walls, windows, bottles, boots, magazine covers and a whole lot more. I like how he fills the space (any space) with his intertwining fun.


March 4, 2010

The HORROR of the BLANK!!!

I was recently contacted by The Art Bureau to do 10 pages in a zine/book featuring 10 other artists and myself. I excitedly accepted only to seize up in the idea stage for 3 straight weekends as life got in the way and the evil deadline came hurling toward me. Since I work full-time, those 3 weekends were much needed for my mental stability. This moment of insanity became the premise of my submission. Below are some teaser shots of the work which goes to press on March 7 and lands in my hands at a time to be decided by fate. I will announce this on my blog when it releases.


March 1, 2010

When Inside Comes Out

I bought a book by Sabrina Ward Harrison titled "Spilling Open" a few years back. It transformed my approach to art. The book is, I believe, the first of a few of her published art journals. It is filled with loose, colorful, scribbles, doodles, paint strokes, hand lettering, photos, found objects and more all collaged together, forming very striking, energetic eye candy. More than pretty pictures, she bares her soul on every page with brutal honesty. Freeing inspiration spills out of her. Sometimes it is driven by triumph and other times, painful insecurity. Either way, the result is a more beautiful world. I highly respect her bravery as well as her talent.

February 24, 2010

Release Your Inner Child

Okay, if you don't smile when you look at Willem Lagerwaard's stuff, you better go to the doctor and get your smiley glands checked out. There is something so refreshingly innocent and heart warming about his characters and little scenes. I'm guessing he is in the children's market. Just a wild hunch.

February 23, 2010

Spontaneous Combustion

I was at OPPY's "Scribble Project", checking out the train car doodles when I saw Baysan Yuksel's submission. Shortly after, I decided to head over to her site and I'm so glad I did. This artist from Istanbul has a very spontaneous, fun, cut and paste, doodle style.

February 18, 2010

Drawn to Sketchy Characters

I first discovered Tim Tomkinson in the "Fresh" section of Communication Arts magazine in 2005. It sounds like he pretty much went from Parsons, where he studied illustration to shortly after signing with an agent and going into illustration full-time. He is that good. If you want to see more of his work in print, Tim recently had a book of his sketches published called "The {Sketch}book vol. 01". It features 144 pages of his skilled sketchiness.





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