Richard Perez is Skinny Ships

I think I might have seen the work of Richard Perez first on ffffound and then traced it back to his site, but then immediately I started seeing him in a few other spots and was really impressed. He can do the fun 50’s illustration that we all love these days but he can also…

Ghobad Shiva

  I have been getting into graphic design from Iran again and there is a name that I always love seeeing, Ghobad Shiva. His work is varies from illustration to modernist with a strong sense of typography.   He has a site that shows all of his works, here. Ghobad also has a new book…

Damien Correll & Radiozero

Super nice guy and talented illustrator Damien Correll has been doing these beautiful covers for the podcasts over at Radiozero. Go there and check them out as well as the podcast if you need some tunes to get you set for the weekend.

Original Gangster: Mary Blair

If you’ve ever seen Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, or been to Disneyland then you’re already familiar with the work of Mary Blair. One of my favorite illustrators and a personal favorite of Mr. Disney check out a treasure trove of her illustrations here.

Merijn Hos aka Bfree

Hard to believe the world is in global economic turmoil when you have people like Merijin Hos aka Bfree around. All kinds of lovely work over at his website such as drawings, installations, childrens books and even a video spot for YO GABBA GABBA. Dreamy!

Andrew Holder at Subtext

Just got back from the Andrew Holder show at Subtext. Amazing show, something different in Andrew’s work than your average 60’s folk art revivalist, something happy and wonderful. If you live in the San Diego/Los Angeles area you definitely need to come out and see for yourself. I just wish I was rich so I…

Really enjoying the work over at Sacred Mtn. Again another artist emerging in this Folk Art meets Glaser style that seems to be all the rage right now in the illustration grass roots art scene. Also nice collection of photos showing work for their latest exhibit on Flickr.

Our buddy Steve has a show coming up at the Lazy Dog in Paris starting in June. It will then travel onto other cities this year (Berlin, Milan & Barcelona). Sounds like a nice one, details here.


Found BREE from one of the latest issues of IdN, The Semiotics of Illustration. IdN is always a nice magazine and has been for years, but I found this issue to be mega hot, tons of great work in here and even highlights on some of Geoff Mcfetridge’s latest works.

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