At first glance this may look just like a robe but look a little closer and you'll find that this enormous suit of armor is actually thousands of polished military dog tags all put together. Titled Some/One, the art piece, created by contemporary Korean artist Do-Ho Suh, asks the viewer to both understand and appreciate how a solider has his own identity yet…
With digital art getting a lot of attention these days, it's easy to forget the beauty of more traditional mediums. UK based artist Andrea Joseph takes us back to that place with her wonderfully whimsical hand drawings. Using nothing more than pencils and pen, she creates incredibly detailed illustrations of everything from converse shoes to clothes in a washing…
Artist Brett Amory finds stories where most people will never look - in the moments when we're waiting. Where are we all going to and what is it that we're looking forward to next? Why do we all seem to be lost in our owns thoughts? The answers reveal themselves in the slouched shoulders, the worried look, the way we frantically pace along the street. Amory captures this…Continue
For a little wit and whimsy this morning, check out Christoph Niemann's latest illustrations for the New York Times. The series, title The Haunted Household, will make you wonder just what kind of creatures are lurking around your house!
For more of Niemann's clever…
In the Shade
Pascal Campion is an illustrator and animator who's work will remind you to enjoy life's simple pleasures. He tends to focus on common themes like love and family, seeing beauty in the peaceful moments life has to offer. Born in New Jersey, growing up in the south of France and now currently living in San Francisco, Pascual believes his style is influenced "a lot…
With Greece's debt crisis capturing headlines these days, I thought this piece was particularly poignant. Athens-based visual artist Christina Tsevis makes us think twice about what being "rich" really means.
Christina is a member of this community, stop by her page to say hi and check out all of…
When's the last time you watched a movie? Was it in an actual movie theatre or on one of several screens that surround you? This was a cover illustration for The New York Times, about all the different ways consumers now watch movies. It's one of many cool and clever pieces by illustrator and comic artist Mickey Duzyj. Check out…
Wild Gummie Bears
Terry Fan is an illustrator living in Toronto, Canada and a regular contributor to Threadless. He creates amazing illustrations that will leave you laughing out loud or wondering about all that's around you. I love his fanciful imagination!
You can always count on artist Luke Chueh to both shock and surprise you with his sweet but disturbing work. CoproGallery is the current home to Luke Chueh's new pieces. The show, titled Beginnings / Endings (And Other Worthless Epiphanies), toes the line between comedy and tragedy,…
Artist Ana Bagayan has just released two new prints that will be available at her upcoming show at Mondo Bizzarro Gallery. The one shown above is called Flutter and the one below is called Tick Tock Clock. For those of us who can't make it, Ana's making a select number of the…Continue
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This past weekend, Sam and I decided to swing by Lazarides Gallery in Beverly Hills to check out David Choe's new art show. Nothing to Declare is an exhibit that marks David's return to Los Angeles after a six year hiatus. Using a combination of spray paint, oil, acrylic, watercolor and even urine, David…Continue
Illustrator, engraver and painter based in Madrid, graduated of Fine Arts in the University of Sevilla in ‘98. Since then he worked in different design studios and ad agencies in Andalusia. In June 2007 he begins to show his portfolio and after being selected amongst the 20 new talents of illustration, by the London based magazine Computer Arts, he begins his succesful carreer as an illustrator.…
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