First seen here last year, Spanish illustrator Jose Manuel Hortelano-Pi has updated his portfolio with a number of intensely colorful portraits created with a Wacom Bamboo. His series of men holding various objects is also pretty great.
I’m loving Billie Grace Lynn’s Mad Cow Motorcycle. A combination of electric motorcycle and cow bones. Could this be commentary on our dependence of fossil fuels?
London based production team Sam&Sam have created a great mini documentary on British illustrator Jake Blanchard that gets into the artists process of printmaking, his anxieties of being a freelance illustrator, and his favorite projects. Watch the full documentary after the jump.
Yumi Nakata’s paintings are a powerful mix of cute girly whimsy and psychedelically charged face explosions. It’s a tough combination to pull off but Yumi’s paintings will equally please fans of Kawaii culture and 60′s psychedelic posters.
Michael Beitz’s sculptures take everyday ideas and turn them on their head. Dining Table (pictured above) is a great example of how a simple object can be transformed into a sculpture full of character and commentary on interpersonal relationships. Make sure to also check out his sculptural street art work after the jump.
Nancy Fouts seeks out varied objects that she marries poetically, to transform each one into a surprise version of itself. Make sure to see Nancy’s upcoming show at Pertwee Anderson & Gold in New York City in August.