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“Making work makes me want to make more work” – Interview with Henry St.Leger (aka Sainty WHAT)

"Chameleon Tree King" by Henry St.Leger

What’s your name? Henry St.Leger Where did you grow up? A town called Bridport in Dorset Where do you live now? Bristol How old are you? 28 What is your educational background? What, if anything, did you study? I have a degree in illustration with…

February 9, 2011

“Eminent Domain” by Zach Johnsen

Zenvironments

One of the things I really like about Zach Johnsen’s website are the sketch collages that scroll down a mile long. Of course, what’s amazing here are the amazing illustrations themselves.

June 1, 2009

“Little Black Book Faces” by Rocky Davies

Untitled Document

Illstrator, designer, artist and self-proclaimed nerd Rocky Davies has some pretty slick drawings. Should be interesting for all the comic heads out there.

February 27, 2009

Untitled (Fish from “Art Forms From the Ocean” Exhibit) by Ben Lawson

BEN LAWSON

“Pseudo-scientific illustrations on antique encyclopedia pages.” How awesome is that. Great ink drawings. See more at Ben Lawson’s website

February 26, 2009

Untitled No. 33 and Others by Richard Colman

Untitled No 33 by Richard Colman

Untitled No. 33 by Richard Colman Vomit, decapitation, lewd sexual acts â€” what’ s not to like?  While all these are in fact exhibited in the works of Richard Colman, raunchy or offensive would certainly not be adjectives to describe his work.  It is rather an…

January 29, 2009

“Brutality” and More by Jeremy Fish

“Brutality” by Jeremy Fish Known for his skulls and silly pink bunnies, Jeremy Fish is a skateboarder and enterprising illustrator living in San Francisco. His work is funny and odd: a surreal blend of tattoo and graffiti imagery.  Beside skateboards, t-shirts, hoodies, and ashtrays, Fish…

November 11, 2008

“February,” “Wrong,” and Others by Jason D’Aquino

“February” by Jason D’Aquino “Wrong” by Jason D’Aquino I gotta say that I love Jason D’Aquino’s drawings – it’s like the 50’s on a bad acid trip: vintage psycho.  Jason definitely has a vision of his own that remarkably show through in all of his…

November 8, 2008

“Nurse Hypo” and Others by Phillip Jackson

Nurse Hypo by Phillip Jackson Phillip Jackson, aka Jolly Jack, creator of the memorable “Sequential Art” and other online comic strips, has a great little sketchbook section to find a little inspiration.  His drawings are fresh, sexy, and humerous – not a bad combination. More…

November 7, 2008

“Edward Sylvester Morse, pottery collector” and Others by Lauren Nassef

Lauren Nassef, a  Chicago artist, does a great job of conveying a lot of emotion in very simple, minimal drawings.  Sometimes – probably more often than not – simpler is better.  Case in point.

July 1, 2008

“Crow Skull” by Kirsti Anne Wakelin

“Crow Skull” by Kirsti Anne Wakelin

All around designer and illustrator Kirsti Anne Wakelin has some superb drawings among various other interesting posts on her blog.  She is also a contributing author on the Children’s Writers and Illustrators of BC (which stands for British Columbia I assume) blog.

March 21, 2008

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