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6th of May

The Economist – Dissection


Illustrated campaign for The Economist. Six illustrators where brought in by the agency AMV.BBDO. It was quite a drastic change from there old stuff but I think it works.

The Economist - Fine n Dandy
The Economist – Fine n Dandy

The Economist - Geoff Mcfetridge
The Economist – Geoff Mcfetridge

The Economist - Matthew Green
The Economist – Matthew Green

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6th of May

Illustrations by Joy Ang


joy angJoy Ang was born November 1985 and went to Alberta College of Art & Design. She is currently working in Calgary, AB, Canada. She flaunts clients such as Marvel, Capcom, Nokia, BioWare, Udon Comics…

Words from Joy Ang: “My passion has been art for as long as I can remember. With my art I strive for one main goal, and that is to stir the emotions from those who view it. Read More…

Joy Ang - Spring
Illustration by Joy Ang
Name: Spring

Joy Ang - Zodiac
Illustration by Joy Ang
Name: Chinese Zodiac

Joy Ang - Little Red Cap
Illustration by Joy Ang
Name: Little Red Cap

Joy Ang - Terrorsel
Illustrations by Joy Ang
Name: Terrorsel

Joy Ang - Chunli Profile
Illustration by Joy Ang
Name: Chun-li Profile

Joy Ang - Tara
Illustration by Joy Ang
Name: Tara

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5th of May

Art by Souther Salazar


Souther SalazarSouther Salazar’s work first began to circulate about 10 – 12 years back. He graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena in Canada.

I enjoy the lightness. Its a happy break from seeing a lot of macabre and/or intense works which seem to dominate the scene. Souther Salazar exhibits his collages, paintings, drawings and sculptures in dense and frenzied installations. He uses mixed medias which allows viewers to interact with his work. His work has appeared in galleries all over the world from New York, Portland to Tokyo.

Souther Salazar - Rockets Redglare
Illustration by Souther Salazar
Name: Rockets Redglare

Souther Salazar - Manatees
Illustration by Souther Salazar
Name: Manatees

Souther Salazar - I Built My Dreams Around You
Illustration by Souther Salazar
Name: I Built My Dreams Around You

Souther Salazar - It Was The Greatest Story Ever Told
Illustration by Souther Salazar
Name: It Was The Greatest Story Ever Told

Souther Salazar - Of Times Long Gone
Illustration by Souther Salazar
Name: Of Times Long Gone

Souther Salazar - Wood For Each Year
Illustration by Souther Salazar
Name: Wood For Each Year

Souther Salazar - Lightbulb Balloon
Illustration by Souther Salazar
Name: Lightbulb Balloon

Souther Salazar - Lost Lake
Illustration by Souther Salazar
Name: Lost Lake

Tara Mcpherson and Souther Salazar
Tara Mcpherson and Souther Salazar

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5th of May

Stephen Wiltshire – Savant Drawing



Stephen Wiltshire Stephen Wiltshire was born in London on 24th April, 1974. He is known as “the human camera“.

As a child, Stephen was mute and did not relate to other people. When he was around 3 years old he was diagnosed as autistic. He had no language ability, tantrums and lived entirely in his own world.

At the tender age of five he was sent to a school for children with special needs. Here he began to illustrate. He started with animals, then London buses, and finally buildings. Apparently the drawings showed a great natural skill and excellent perspective – for the first time his natural innate artistry was revealed.


Stephen Wiltshire in Rome


Stephen Wiltshire in Japan – Tokyo

He has been in BBC documentary and exhibited all over the world. He has a awesome memory for imagery and grasp of perspectives. Watch the clips to get a feel for his genius.

Some links:

Stephen Wiltshire Exhibitions 2008

Stephen Wiltshire Gallery

Savant Skills by Wiki

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3rd of May

Illustrations by Yuko Shimizu


Yuko ShimizuI’ve noted Yuko’s work browsing through illustration books on various occasions. While searching the web tonight her illustrations caught my eye yet again. Based in New York Yuko Shimizu‘s work reminds one of Japanese Woodcuts. The combination of New York influences, the sexual connotations, the attention to detail and the strong Japanese heritage makes her illustrations unique and so fantastic.

For more info on this talented illustrator I advise you to read this interview.

Yuko Shimizu - Tsunami
Yuko Shimizu – Tsunami

PLAYBOY July 05 issue story about natural disasters destroying earth
(Society of Illustrators 48 Gold Medal)

Yuko Shimizu - Wild
Yuko Shimizu – Wild

Yuko Shimizu - x1
Yuko Shimizu

Originally created for alphabet book project later published as a large size poster insertfor Yen Magazine of Australia

Yuko Shimizu
Yuko Shimizu - The P Trees


Illustration Blog

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1st of May

Polo Kong – Illustrator: Paul Slater


A fun campaign by VW depicting King Kong stepping on a Polo end getting hurt. Illustrated by Paul Slater

Polo Kong | Illustrator: Paul Slater
VW Polo - Polo Kong

Some more illustrations by the English Paul Slater:

Paul Slater - A Sheep

Illustration by Paul Slater - A Sheep

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