22.07.15 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Sean Lewis


Works by Toronto-based illustrator Sean Lewis. More images below.

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22.07.15 by Staff

Star Wars Japanese Woodblock Prints




“Rhythm Force” is a project attempting to renew interest in the traditional Japanese craft of Ukiyo-e (woodblock printing) by replacing the folk-tale imagery typically depicted with scenes from Star Wars. Artist Masumi Ishikawa designed the prints and master engravers carved the wood blocks.

Limited edition prints of three hand-carved compositions are available through the Japanese crowdfunding site Makuake. See more images from the project below!

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21.07.15 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: AJ Frena


This Princess Mononoke illustration is on another level. Illustrator AJ Frena, originally from Texas, attended SVA in New York before moving to Pittsburgh where he currently lives and works. Have a look at more of his work, including his take on Totoro and Seven Samurai, below.

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21.07.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Kirra Jamison


Paintings by Melbourne-based Australian artist Kirra Jamison. More images below.

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21.07.15 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Mathilde Vangheluwe


Drawings by Gent, Belgium-based illustrator Mathilde Vangheluwe (previously featured here). See more of her wonderful work below.

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20.07.15 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Antoine Maillard


Love these animation loops by illustrator Antoine Maillard from his animated comics project. More images below.

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20.07.15 by Staff

Calvin Seibert’s Elaborate Sand Castles


These insanely precise sand castles are bound to inspire (or utterly discourage) the efforts of casual beach-dwellers everywhere. See more images of professional sculptor and artist Calvin Seibert’s masterpieces below!

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20.07.15 by Kimi Hamada

Twitter Bot Generates Imaginary Moths


Lovely project by artists Loren Schmidt and Katie Rose Pipkin. Moth Generator (@mothgenerator) is a Twitter account that creates fantastical moths by combining randomly selected segments and colours of insect bodies. They even come complete with whimsical, faux nomenclatures like The Catskin Soybean (diella mulcanus) or Graceful-Infant Moth (maripatra incivia). More images below.

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