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Conrad Roset

Conrad Roset, a Spanish illustrator, isn’t just featured in books and magazines. His work has been used in a lot of applications including, advertising videos, packaging, fashion textiles, retail displays and more.

Star Tales and Milky Ways

Mihoko Ogaki is a Japanese artist that has had several huge installations that have toured several galleries. Two of the biggest ones are Milky Way (featuring LED lit sculptures and paintings) and Star Tales (featuring painted cloth and sculptures). Milky Way Installation:   Star Tales Exhibit:

Kristina Collantes

Kristina Collantes is an american illustrator that has been featured in several editorial magazines including: CityBeat, Vice, Hi-Fructose, LA Weekly, and OK Go.

The New Urban: Organic

Brazilian sculptor Henrique Oliveira created a huge installation called Baitogogo in the Palais de Tokyo. Some Other Works  

Al Columbia

Al Columbia is an American cartoonist, illustrator, writer, photographer, musician, and filmmaker who is best well known for his solo work in: Doghead, The Biologic Show #0 & #1, and Pim & Francie: The Golden Bear Days.

Miss Van

Miss Van, a French artist, started in street art in the early 90’s. She quickly became popular and now has gallery shows around the world.

The Attempt to Reconcile Real Life Horror with Fantasy Life Sweetness

Kukula (Nataly Abramovitch) is a painter who currently lives in the US. Originating from Israel, she grew up around many Holocaust survivors, which influenced the theme that runs throughout her work described as, “The attempt to reconcile real life horror with fantasy life sweetness.”

Antoine Helbert

After a little vacation, it’s time to post about the French painter/illustrator, Antoine Helbert.

Pin Ups Gone Wild

Brian M. Viveros is most well known for his fetish, erotic paintings featuring doe-eyed women with cigarettes. His mixed medium paintings (mix of oil, airbrush, acrylic, and ink) have been featured all over the world. He also recently has dabbled in film. View his full gallery here.    

Dummy Brother

Jacob Magraw-Mickelson is an American artist that is known for his paintings, illustrations, and silk-screen prints. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Fishwrap Magazine and several books. I first discovered him with his illustrated story Dummy Brother, in Flight Volume 1 (pictured below).   Some of his other works: