Rogelio Naranjo

Born in 1937, Rogelio Naranjo is a Mexican cartoonist and caricaturist.

Steve Powers Daily Metaltations

Steve Powers makes one-of-a-kind paint marker drawings on 8″ x 10″ sheets of aluminum every day. You can and should buy them. He’ll even do specific dates for you to get that extra-customized “look what I did for you baby” feel.

Available here

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Jersey Joe’s Graffiti Sketch

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Storyboarding with Blu

If you’ve ever wondered about the process that goes into Blu‘s famous street art animations, here are some sketches (which are for sale) storyboarding out his latest BIG BANG BIG BOOM.

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Early Richard Colman

I was back in DC this weekend visiting my sister and her new baby, and came across a drawing from Richard Colman that I thought was lost. How old is it?  Old enough that the printer paper it was drawn on had spool holes.

An Interview and Studio Visit with Bill Plympton

Every morning Bill Plympton wakes up at six, goes to his drawing board, gets a piece of bond and a No. 2 pencil and sits down to the business of animating the indelible, noirish figures that have garnered cult status as Plymptoons. What began in high school with drawings of bugs and plants for the Portland Yellow Pages has grown into an empire that encompasses political cartoons, animated shorts, features, advertisements, music videos (his first for Madonna; his latest for Kanye), and a forthcoming Rizzoli book (Independently Animated: Bill Plympton) with a Terry Gilliam forward. Along the way he’s filled his shelves full of awards, not to mention earned two Oscar nods. On the eve of the release of his latest feature, Idiots & Angels, we caught up with the industrious illustrator at his Chelsea studio to talk about the new feature, working with Kanye (vs. Weird Al), and what’s really going down on the animator groupie circuit.

—Michael Slenske

photographs by David Potes

Drawing on LSD

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A quick look through HuskMitNavn’s new book, Sort arbejde

112 pages of black and white goodness from the Danish artist, HuskMitNavn.
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The $1700 Art Set

This box set by Faber-Castell celebrating their 250th anniversary is ridiculous.  I mean, ridiculously awesome.

Available at Colette

via, hypebeast

Melissa Cooke

Wisconsin-based artist Melissa Cooke work is reminiscent of what Cindy Sherman would look like if she used graphite.  Above and after the jump is work from her series ‘Vacuum.’

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Suzanne Sattler’s Girls

Our buddy Suzanne Sattler creates light, airy drawings of cute girls doing creepy things. She’s currently gracing the pages of the September 2010 issue of Juxtapoz magazine.

Minka Sicklinger

Really feeling this NY-based artist’s work.

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KRINK takes a tip from the White-out Pen

These are sure to be a lot more permanent.

Available in the 12oz store

Stainless Steel Sharpie

Nuff Said

Ballpoint Anatomy

No clue who Mileanme is but, they’ve certainly got an imagination.

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The Coolest Feature to Interact with Today

Al Jaffee’s fold-ins for Mad magazine, from the 1960s to the present

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Subtly Erotic

Check out Kathryn Garcia’s work featured in the new issue of Work

Ugly Booty

Illustrations from Jenna Mallet.

Marvel Third Eye Posters

I got sent this link the other day. Marvel Comics Black Light Posters, uploaded to flickr by Nick Derington. Sick

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