"The Feeb" by Mike May

"The Feeb" by Mike May

The characters developed by veteran concept artist and character designer Mike May are anything but ordinary – each inhabits a unique world, suggested not so much by the environment they’re rendered in but by the dress, demeanor, and look of the characters themselves.  Mike is…

June 5, 2009

Drawing #008 by Mathis Rekowski

Drawing #008 by Mathis Rekowski

  Although Illustrator Mathis Rekowski has some wonderfully trippy drawings like the one featured here, he’s got even more illustrations seem to me at once retro and cutting edge. Certainly someone to watch out for. You can purchase the image above at Mathis’ new store,…

June 5, 2009

"Love Sketch" by Matthew Woodson

"Love Sketch" by Matthew Woodson

Finding illustrations like those of Matthew Woodson is why I (admittedly intermittenly) do this website.  His work seems fresh and relevant – small moments of beauty in a dreary world.  Definitely bookmark this one, and check out his blog if you get a chance.

June 2, 2009

“Eminent Domain” by Zach Johnsen


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

IKEA by Thomas Broome


Renaissance man Thomas Broome makes all of kinds of different art, many of it installational. Among his large collection of works are these fantastic drawings that recreate three-dimensional everyday spaces through text alone.

February 27, 2009

Implosion Series 2 (detail) by Matt Shlian

drawings and prints

Even though primarily a “paper engineer,” Matt Shlian has some really crazy drawings – technical and yet organic; architectural chaos.

February 26, 2009

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

Self Portrait (No. 23 / B5 Series) and Others by Matt W. Moore

No. 12 (B5 Series) by Matt W Moore

Although it would seem that Matt W. Moore is currently better known for his color work – he just had a feature article about him in Computer Arts Magazine in which he discusses his Vectorfunk style – I love this guy’s black and white art….

February 16, 2009

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

Organic Abstract No 1 and Others by Michael Herring

Organic Abstract No 1 by Michael Herring

Michael Herring is an artist both from Des Moines, Iowa, and Joliet, Illinois—home of the Blues Brothers if I’m not mistaken.  Looking through Mike’s work I had a hard time picking anything out, there are just so many good drawings.  Besides the fluid, organic abstractings…

February 1, 2009