I am really enjoying Canadian artist Chris Kuzma’s illustrations. His work is peculiar, slightly off-putting and embodies bright colors and weirdness!
English artist Tom Hovey creates beautiful raw illustrations with watercolor.
Massachusetts based artist Sydney Hardin’s work questions the relationship between the female gender and the media and asks the viewer why over simplified representations of female sexuality are aimed at male and female consumers alike. I am really enjoying her work, not to mention the name of her website! ( http://www.giantvagina.com/ )
There is something peaceful and almost soothing about the charming characters in Edward Kinsella’s illustrations.
Adam Batchelor is a very talented young artist from Norfolk, England. He creates work about the influence of western civilization on the developing world.
Otto Rap hides these grotesque imagery in a delicate, graphite-rendered haze. Otto’s illustrations exude a natural flow of dark noise that vibrates with raw energy. But the way he executes it all, in a kaleidoscope explosion of beautiful pattern making, is what really does it for me.
Dea Lellis is an artist from São Paulo, Brazil. She creates charming illustrations filled with humor and a dash of edge.
Zansky’s illustrations, both editorial and personal, serves as a swirling confetti pool of beautiful patterns, color, and beautiful line work that all which combines into a collection of some really inspiring work.