Ted Mcgrath’s Scribbly Illustrations

Ted Mcgrath is an artist and musician currently living in Brooklyn, NY.  His scribbly illustrations have appeared in a myriad of publications including The New York Times, New York Magazine, Bloomberg Business Week, NYLON, The Village Voice, and Bust.

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Brendan Leach’s Night Crawlers

Brendan Leach is a Brooklyn based artist who makes comics and illustrations about teenage night crawlers, back alley thugs, pterodactyl hunters, and characters who have a propensity for exploration.

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Nathan Alexis Brown’s Blank Generation

Welcome to Nathan Alexis Brown’s blank generation.  Where punk dudes drink forties and hang around a camp fire  with luchadores and werewolves.  All while wearing a few of the most mind blowingly cool denim vests that would even make Tezz Roberts drool.

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The Neon Pottery Prints of Rand Renfrow

San Marcos, Texas based Rand Renfrow’s work is a meticulous pile of dime store pottery, discarded cacti, and salvaged neon navajo patterned furniture.

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Joana Avillez is a Radical Comic Book Drawing Machine

Joana Avillez is a radical comic book drawing machine from Manhattan, NYC.  Her work exists in a universe all her own where old timey cartoons wear Geta shoes and one-of-a-kind hats, while reading old issues of Heavy Metal and Raw, over a nice hot bowl of asian soup. Buy copies of her most recent book “Life Dressing: The Idiosyncratic Fashionistas” here.

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The Wonderfully Weird World of Bawbee

The drawings and paintings of Portland, Oregon based BAWBEE are littered with miscellaneous ligaments, freaked out faces, animals bones, and molting organisms.

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Katie Turner’s Bored Teenagers

 

Katie Turner’s colorful illustrations are a lovingly scribbled cosmos of cute dudes, old action figures, bedroom hangouts, super heroes, and people generally having a good time.  Read More >

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Paul Windle’s Mid-70′s Baseball Dudes

Mid-seventies basbeall dudes by Brooklyn based illustrator Paul Windle.

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