Anything with a reference from Star Wars is hard to pass up. Check out the drawings from Jeff Hurlow.
Damn this thing is a beast.
Eric Beltz‘s new masterpiece will be displayed at this years Pulse Fair.
I asked Eric what is what about, and this is what he said…
“It’s a witch’s sabbath/rape-sacrifice in a woodlot. Medicinal and the typical witch’s herbs grow around the tree stumps. Fertility, perversion, humor, horror. The text behind the witches refers to the weedy habit of medicinal and psychoactive plants growing where no one is paying attention and how those spaces where weeds grow are also a place for all kinds of anti-social behavior: Where Every Heresy Sprouts & Is Green. The title at the top is written backwards as a simple obfuscation to create a coded language that isn’t all that coded. Hands between the witches are shadow puppets. Monsters hiding in the floating black trees are different depictions of the mouth to hell which might also be seen here at the vagina dentata as their throats are turned into a vagina/cervix.”
Eric will be showing with Morgan Lehman at Pulse, you have to see this beauty in person. Details after the jump
By Spanish-born, London-based illustrator Adriana Muñoz. See more of her work on her tumblr, The Pearls.
Albert Reyes opens up a show with our homeboy Andres Guerrero this Saturday at Subliminal Projects in LA. Here is a little primer on Reyes’ work.
These decks were great. Anybody know who did the graphics?
images from Skateboard Graphics
Amazing drawings by the London-based artist, Laurie Lipton.
If the work of David Shrigley does not bring some happiness to your day, well, that’s just not right.
Somebody out here has got a thing for Unicorns. The price is right, and Mike Giant is on point.
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Great video from No-Mas and James Blagden. It actually reminded me of this amazing Eric White drawing I wanted to buy when I was low on cheddar, I wish I had bought it…
Drawings by Chris Scarborough
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For their Annual Art & Design issue, W magazine commisioned Robert Crumb to illustrate his take on the History of Women. See the full spread here, and a couple examples after the jump.
Quite a name for this Brooklyn-based Artist. All of these deserve to be seen big, which you can do here
If your girl is still looking for some Halloween inspiration, have her check out the illustrations of Aly Fell. Fresh.