The Art of Illustration

Letters By Hand

Bob Dylan’s Subterranean Homesick Blues recreated by Leandro Senna

R.I.P. Snortin’ Cocaine Comix

Last Gasp #1 from 1975 by William Stout.

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Skulls

Illustrations by István Orosz for the book Ship of Fools.

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Food Sketches

Erin Yang makes abstract illustrations of food she enjoys when eating out. Above is the Kung Pao Pastrami with peanuts, celery, red peppers and Tianjin chiles from Mission Chinese in NYC.

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Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition of the Kama Sutra

The celebrated book gets classed up in this edition with a cover both pleasing to touch and sight, designed by Malika Favre.

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Little Ho Big City

A web comic by Sam Farhi and Kim Wheelock

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Dude Seems Like A Likable Character

Tate Shots: Maurice Sendak

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Mid 70′s Baseball Dudes

Illustrations by Paul Windle. Cool zine too.

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Bullies

Great piece from Johnny Ryan

Who Needs School Anyway?

Matt Groening’s School Is Hell illustrations licensed by Apple for a promotional booklet back in the late eighties.

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The Shocker

Here are a few never-seen-before photos of The Assholes: Hole Invasion, a comic book by Shock G of Digital Underground. These photos are of the spiral-bound, one-sided dummy that was used for editing in 1999. Unfortunately, the book was never published, and this is one of the only—if not the only—copies in existence.

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Mike Giant: The Mission Map Project

Robert Johnson: Devilish Detail

A great video illustrated by Christopher Darling for Nowness

Grotesk – A Decade of Swiss Design Lost in Brooklyn

This is a well designed retrospective of Grotesk‘s illustration and design work. The book is real fun to page through.

Add it to your library here

On Top of Illustrating Book Covers, Frank Frazetta Also Modeled For Them

The Man From S.T.U.D.

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Eastern Eggs For Japan

14 different illustrations to choose from to be implemented on a wooden egg by a magical machine called the Egg-Bot (video after the jump), with all the proceeds going to the Japan Red Cross. This is a fantastic idea from the folks at TBWA London.

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Hipster Animals

These are funny

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Cartoon LULZ

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