24.09.08 by Jeff

Aaron Noble

I posted about Aaron Noble back in April and was happy to read an email from him recently, letting me know he just updated his website. If I could have any artist paint me a giant mural today, it’d be a toss-up between him and Anthony Lister. I could stare at this stuff all day.

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23.09.08 by Jeff

Russ Mills

Great mixed media work by illustrator Russ Mills. Kinda like Ian Francis with a sprinkle of Jackson Pollock (I never knew about this site! I could waste so much time here). Love this stuff.

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19.09.08 by Jeff

Doug Alves – Nacionale

Some crispy illustrations and typography care of Brazilian-born Doug Alves (Nacionale). The guy is 25 and has a client list that makes me want to start binge drinking. Love his type work.

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18.09.08 by Jeff

Procrastination by Johnny Kelly

I was busy all morning doing a bunch of stuff, at least I thought I was. After stumbling upon this masterpiece by Johnny Kelly I realised I hadn’t done anything and had just spent my entire morning procrastinating. Kelly created Procrastination for his MA in Animation at the Royal College of Art. This is the sort of thing you bookmark for later when you are having a creative block. If you are already wasting your day you have nothing to lose watching this little short, but I’d recommend watching it even if you have no time to spare.

I snagged a few examples of Kelly’s superb design work for you all as well!

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17.09.08 by Jeff

Cesar Moreno

Surfing around the net the other day I came across some fantastic music-related illustrations by Cesar Moreno. This poster, a tribute to Radiohead, is available for the bargain basement price of $12 on Cesar’s website right now. Incredible!

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17.09.08 by Jeff

Ryan Berkley

I meant to post about this earlier, I got my Cheetah print from Ryan Berkley! Now I just gotta go out and get a frame for it! “After cataract surgery ten years ago, this cheetah realized that an eyepatch can be a real conversation starter with the ladies. His eye has long since healed but his social calendar remains quite full.” Can’t say enough about this stuff – make sure you swing by the Berkley Illustration Etsy page!

I noticed some new prints went up this month as well! Take a look at them below!

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16.09.08 by Jeff

Ric Stultz

Milwaukee-based Ric Stultz just updated his portfolio with a whole bunch of new work called Beasts of Burden! Most of Stultz work is mixed media on paper, and these new ones are all gouache and india ink. Am I the only one who was forced to mix gouache to make colour-wheels, in first year of art school, until my eyes bled? I found it so frustrating, I’m always interested when someone actually chooses to use it.

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10.09.08 by Jeff

Matt Taylor

I’ve dug up some great illustrations by Matt Taylor for you today. Matt is from the UK and according to my google analytics so are a lot of you, so I’d just like to say – WASSUP EUROPE – I see you.

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09.09.08 by Jeff

Sneak preview from Jeremyville!

You might remember me saying that I am a huge fan of Jeremyville’s comic for Mumble Magazine. Well, Jeremy just hit me up with some exciting news (especially for you New Yorkers). Jeremy’s got a Dunny coming out with Kidrobot and the imagery is all based around a nightmare. The best part is he sent me the comic poster that comes packaged with the toy to preview for all you guys! So here it is, nobody has seen this little guy yet:

Click HERE to see the comic WAAAY BIGGER and then hit “more” to have a look at the toy…

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