UK illustrator Izzie Klingels creates the loveliest, delicate black and white stippled drawings that she seems to find a myriad of endless applications for. Most interestingly, Klingels appears to do quite a large amount of work within the fashion industry, something of a minor coup for an illustrator in this day and age.
Ok, now this is weird stuff. Unsettling, dark and utterly brilliant. I shudder to think of the ideas that Salad Fingers creator David Firth dismisses before he lands on these five minute vignettes of folkloric surrealism. Genius or pure lunacy. It’s a fine line indeed. [see also Izzie Klingels]
Montreal-based artist Steve Adams has a distinct style that has seen his work featured in the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post amongst many others. He is the proud owner of a cat, the muse for much of his creative explorations. [see also Izzie Klingels ]
One of our favourite illustrators, the UK-based Izzie Klingels, is currently working on a series of animated VTs for the new series of ‘Transmission’ (Channel 4), entitled ‘Memoirs of a Groupie’. Illustrated and directed by Klingels with animation company Popular Society the clips recount the stories of legendary 60s groupie, Pamela des Barres. This follows [...]
Izzie Klingels Thanks to all those who’ve referred Lost At E Minor onto their friends over the past couple of weeks. We’ve been able to track who’s referred who onto the newsletter and we’ll contact the two winners of the subscription drive over the next few days and send them out a pair each of [...]