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Interview with Jonathan Bergeron aka Johnny Crap

"Balloon" by Johnny Crap

What’s your name? Jonathan Bergeron Where did you grow up? Beloeil, a suburb of Montreal in Quebec. Where do you live now? Montreal. How old are you? ugh, 38 What is your educational background? What, if anything, did you study? I am a self taught…

April 27, 2011

Drawings and Tutorials by Brian Ewing

"Ms. February" Line Art by Brian Ewing

Man am I glad that I checked out Brian Ewing’s Flickr page.  While there are plenty of sick drawings on his website and blog, the real action is on Flickr.  Ewing is an illustrator who pumps out amazing illustrations for band T-Shirts, posters, magazines, skateboards,…

February 3, 2009

“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

Otis Sketch and Others from Chris Legaspi

Although his site seems to not have been updated recently (I could be wrong), you definitely need to check out the work of Chris Legaspi.  Rarely do you find someone so diverse in talents: from fine art to cartoon, this guy has all styles on…

July 8, 2008

Untitled (Head) by Sam Weber

Untitled (Head) by Sam Weber

I really respect artists who work in ink, it seems like such an unforgiving medium. Sam Weber has some great sketches and an impressive portfolio of illustrations, ranging from the visceral to the dark and unsettling. Updated: For further review, see Charley Parker’s post on…

March 12, 2008

Untitled (Young Girl) by Lotte Klaver

Untitled (Young Girl) by Lotte Klaver

Another Dutch artist, Lotte Klaver, has a huge amount of great ink drawings which exhibit great dynamism.

February 20, 2008

“Femme Poire” by Francois Dubeau

“Femme Poire” by Francois Dubeau

Impressive display of how much emotion can be invoked with nothing but a few lines of ink. Reminds me vaguely of Japanese ink drawings. By Francois Dubeau

February 14, 2008