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.
While somewhat in the genre of todays “hipster” drawing style, the work of Josh Kenyon is still mega hot.
What an amazing set of illustrations and drawings at the ‘In The Year 2000‘ photoset on Flickr. Not to be missed, browse this nice collection and check some of the credits and history behind some of these illustrations. Very Inspiring and these will always leave you with what a let down of what didn’t happen,…
We understand that it can be hard getting a feel for what a book contains when looking at it on the web. We, on the other hand, get to spend a lot of quality time with the books we have in stock, so we felt it may be helpful share a few of our favorites…
My buddy Paul Pope is one of the few action hero illustrators innovating in the field as well as bringing its aesthetic to other disciplines. His latest project is a new clothing line for DKNY, dropping in August. NYLON has a preview.
Oh yes, we bring you more great FREEBIE madness. This round, free illustrations of the most eligible candidates for America’s next president: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John McCain and Ralph Nader. Working on some posters for your local party’s next big rodeo and ho-down?