20.05.15 by Staff

Eero Lampinen

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Helsinki-based illustrator and graphic designer Eero Lampinen was featured here back in April of last year after entering a July Submission. (Reminder to submit your stuff to May Submissions, going on now). More images of Lampinen’s work below.

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14.05.15 by Kimi Hamada

“Let’s Dance” by Hallie Bateman

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Hallie Bateman is a Brooklyn-based cartoonist and visual columnist at The Awl. She did a lovely illustration of a medieval poem, “Fowles in the Frith,” (translated by Josephine Livingstone) earlier this month. More images from “Let’s Dance” below.

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12.05.15 by Jeff

Free Learning of the Day: Design a Secret Society Bandana with Jon Contino

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Skillshare has just released this terrific 16-minute tutorial video with celebrated New York-based graphic designer Jon Contino. This is a must-watch for any aspiring illustrators or designers out there. Jon is a great teacher, and here he walks you through creating a graphic for a bandana from start to finish in a single afternoon.

Art and design school’s really have to step up their technical teaching with great content like this available online for free. Watch “Inside The Studio with Jon Contino” below.

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23.04.15 by Jeff

Illustrator Lek Chan

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Digital paintings by illustrator Lek Chan. More images and a process video below.

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16.03.15 by Jeff

Artist: Raymond Lemstra

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Love this new series of drawings called “CRUMBS”, by one of my favourite artists Raymond Lemstra. Lots more images below (warning: LOTS).

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16.03.15 by Jeff

Illustrator: Jangojim

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Works by Antwerp, Belgium-based illustrator Jangojim. Found via our Monthly Reader Submissions. More images below.

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20.01.15 by Jeff

Rob Pybus

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Works by London-based illustrator Rob Pybus. More images below.

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19.01.15 by Jeff

Street Culture Logos Made of Food

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I’m surprised I’ve never seen this done before; the Wu-Tang logo made out of an orange peel. MISSBISH put me onto illustrator Tisha Cherry, whose food themed Instagram is bringing me back to my days working in street fashion. More images below.

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