Paintings and drawings by Italian artist Alessandro Sicioldr, based in Perugia, Italy. More images below.
You’ve probably seen Bendik Kaltenborn’s work in places like The New Yorker or Todd Terje’s album covers. Or perhaps you’re already an avid fan of his shenanigans with the Dongery comic collective. Either way you should be excited to know that Kaltenborn’s latest collection of random gags and comics, Adult Contemporary, is now available in English. Thanks to Drawn & Quarterly we have a copy to give away!
Kaltenborn was also nice enough to answer some questions about his process, the things he hates and those that keep him happy. Read the full interview below. And, in the spirit of the book’s title (inspired by the term for cheesy, ballad-heavy easy listening) leave your favourite dad joke in the comments section for your chance to win!
American artist and writer Eric Green’s beautiful coloured pencil renderings of mirrored rooms and cosy time-lapsed diptychs. More images below.
These ceramic sculptures by San Francisco-based artist Erika Sanada strike an interesting balance between creepy and cute. There’s a real tension in these works that the artist says is a struggle between joy and sorrow. More images below.
These plant/animal sculptures by Vancouver Island-based artist Ellen Jewett are wondrous! More images below.
I love seeing pages from illustrators’ sketchbooks and these are amazing! Mattias Adolfsson is an illustrator living in Sigtuna, just outside of Stockholm, Sweden. More images below.