Aussie Artist James Jirat Patradoon


Very cool comic book fueled work by Austrailian artist Jirat Patradoon. He currently has a show at Saatchi & Saatchi Gallery 70 George St. until July 22

ash & mk print by leesa leva


Just saw this print thought I would share. $50.00

Ash & MK – Limited Edition
Limited edition giclee print of my original artwork. Printed with UltraChrome 8-color archival pigment inks on heavyweight Velvet acid-free cotton rag.
Signed and numbered.


stone cold ruthless


Tribute to Eazy E titled “Ruthless”, 20×30 on canvas by Mike Orduna

Hipster Hold’em


Designed by MWM Graphics

early ink-slinger


I have a feeling this is not real but it looks cool. I think his father who is a designer has a very patient child.

i just discovered James Moore, so should you

James Moore is a Brooklyn based artist from North Georgia who works in illustration, painting and sculpting. This piece was for Showpaper , the New york area diy all ages show listing guide.

peter lloyd

Holy freakin’ awesome, where has Peter Lloyd been all my life?  These airbrush works are simply amazing, even better that some of them were illustrations for Oui. All the works above are for sale at PictureBox Gallery

“Peter Lloyd is an Oregon-based artist who has illustrated record covers for the likes of Rod Stewart (Atlantic Crossing) and Jefferson Starship (Dragon Fly), contributed design work to films including Tron, and illustrations for publications including New York Magazine and Oui. His work is featured in Overspray: Riding High With the Kings of California Airbrush Art, by Norman Hathaway”

work in progress


Here’s a link to a nice interview with Patrick Gildersleeves, at Ardentees site.

nyc f@cking city


If you live in NYC, then you are familar with the ever failing MTA, and the fare hikes and service cuts etc, etc. Well, I found this amazing map on Thighs Wide Shut along with a post titled “strap-on (hangers). The map was originally found here.

take my heart, please


Fernando Vicente is a Spanish illustrator.  His website contains a lot of his commercial work but, his blogs’ have more of the “Art”.

are you semi-permanent?


Internet years are like dog years, each one is equal to at least 5. Anyway, we just got a heads up and some words of praise from Design is Kinky. I can remember when I first heard of them and saw their site and work, it feels like decades ago. They have this event called Semi-Permanent, it is actually pretty permanent. Semi-Permanent has been around for 6 years, with 17 events in 6 cities throughout 4 countries with 109 speakers…. etc etc you get the point.  If you have never heard  of Design is Kinky or this event check it out and if your close by,  go to the event. Here is a bit of info.

“Semi-Permanent is a design event. It consists of a conference and side events which include exhibitions, competitions, workshops and parties. It’s a week long celebration of all things design. Graphic Design, Film, Art, Illustration, Web Design, Photography, Visual Effects, Animation, Graffiti, Motion Graphics, Stop Motion; all these things and more. Semi-Permanent explores the diverse and exciting design world bringing together exceptionally talented artists and designers to speak at the event.”




Christoph Niemann is an illustrator and graphic artist who sometimes contributes to the NY Times.  He created these amazing minimal lego pieces about NYC. Have a look at his blog, the pictures of the legos, and check out his work here.



Skatebook is a quarterly, hardbound publication produced by Salman Agah and Mike Ballard.  Besides the current issue (4) being the Lance Mountain issue, it features a chapter illustrated by Matt Groening titled ‘droppin hammers’ that has some great pages of Bart Simpson getting busy.  Worth the cover price alone.  You can buy the single issue for $19.95 here, or just make it easy on yourself and subscribe here.

via, Supertouch

Edward Gorey’s The Recently De-Flowered Girl


This is a really amusing book of illustrations that was published in 1965 by Edward Gorey.  The whole book is scanned here for your viewing pleasure.

Black Panthers


Check out this really great drawing by illustrator Minni Havas. And it really is a drawing.



The latest copy of Newsweek hit the newsstands last week.  The issue has an eye-catching cover, featuring Obama amongst handdrawn craziness. Illustrated by Lorenzo Petrantoni, it is safe to say that this is the best Newsweek cover I have ever seen.

Grotesk’s Illustration of Dondi White

Style Master General.  This is fresh.

Just one Pepsi

As Mike Muir would say, “all I wanted was a Pepsi , and she just wouldn’t give it to me…” BBDO Dusseldorf created the one calorie PepsiMax suicide campaign that seems to be causing some problems. I am not sure why… more images after the jump. Check out the full story here.

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tessar lo illustrator

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i was born in indonesia born artist Tessar Lo currently residing in los angeles, california, creates some amazong illustrations.

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