Eleanor Davis

I want to share to work of illustrator and comic book artist Eleanor Davis. Davis was raised in Tucson, Arizona and is currently living and working in Athens, Georgia with fellow cartoonist and husband, Drew Weing. Eleanor is continuing to produce comics, mini-comics, illustrations and other works of art, for both adults and children. sequential and narrative.

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Kate Wilson

I absolute love the quirky work of illustrator Kate Wilson. Her ‘Little Doodles’ range from humorous depictions of birds to more fashion orientated works. They all hold the same whimsical and delicate style which makes her work in my opinion, rather unique.

She has worked for such as Marc Jacobs, The New York Times, Vogue China, The Guardian and Links of London.

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Matteo Pugliese

Italian born artist Matteo Pugliese created these stunning sculptures. Titled Extra Moenia, the series has run through several variations since 1998. Extra Moenia means is a Latin phrase that means outside the walls or outside the walls of the city.

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Huebucket

Huebucket is a designer and artist based in Bangkok, Thailand, otherwise known as Chalermphol H. His work has been featured on various Threadless tshirts, as well as Behance Illustration Served. He also has two boutiques on Etsy selling tshirts and prints.

Check out his website for more examples of his work.

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SIT

Dutch street artist SIT is part of the well established Amsterdam creative scene. Having previously been a commercial artist working as a graphic designer, he is now very much focused on street art.

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Marynn

Gorgeous illustrative work by graphic design student Marynn. Taking influence from street art and pop culture, her recent work often includes reference to social media, combined with typography to give a documentary style narration. She’s certainly one to watch…

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Masato Shigemori

Illustrator Masato Shigemori combines the traditional art of his home country of Japan, with modern pop culture and fashion to create a truly unique and distinctive style.

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Liz Clements

These pieces are by London based illustrator Liz Clements. Showing a distinct style, Clements often shows young women tattooed from head to toe, created using soft pencil work. She currently works commercially, illustrating for fashion and publishing. She has a new website with a greater breadth of work, which I highly recommend viewing. You can also see regular updates of her projects which she publishes on Tumblr.

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Barnaby Purdy

Illustrator Barnaby Purdy has created a witty series titled “The Visitants”, which is an ongoing project of lino prints on vintage pages from a set of encyclopedias published in 1972. Each one is cut specifically for the page and depicts a robot visitor as it interacts with our planet.

You can follow Purdy’s work with The Visitants on their dedicated website. You can also view more of Purdy’s work on his Behance profile and personal website.

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Tom French

Artist Tom French grew up in Newcastle Upon Tyne. He went on to graduate from the Sheffield Institute of Art and Design in 2005.

He works predominantly with charcoal to create abstract illusion pieces.

“When viewing these pieces the first thing seen is the image of a skull, then as you approach the work or take a closer look, the figures will appear. This transformation from a dark skull (a symbol of death) to the female form (often a representation of beauty, vitality & fertility) is almost bringing a dead object to life – humanising it. So the closer you get to the image, the more alive it comes.”

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