Detailed line drawings by Toby Melville Brown

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By Eugenia Viti in New Illustration on Monday 12 November 2012

Toby Melville Brown’s imagination is extraordinary, and his detailed way to express his creations is amazing. His bailiwick is obviously line structures, both realistic and futuristic. When looking at this art, you’re going to be tempted to zoom in and really check out every detail because it is truly unbelievable.

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Stream-of-consciousness artwork by Mcbess

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By Ryan Mauskopf in New Art on Tuesday 7 August 2012

The lucid fantasies of Mcbess (Matthieu Bessudo) pretty much sum up what I remember about my first shroom trip without all the crazy colors. His inking and line quality are trumped only by his stream-of-consciousness subject matter, ranging from chic babes to psychedelic meat grinders. If Max Fleischer and Hieronymus Bosch were intertwined by some cosmic craziness, Mcbess would be that wonderful monstrosity.

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New drawings by Tara Jaggers

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By Eugenia Viti in New Illustration on Tuesday 31 July 2012

Full of beautiful lines, Tara Jaggers’ pieces delight and pull us in with their figures. The human mermaids found in her drawings are not only cool to look at but seem to exemplify the evolution that many artists strive for.

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His name is Moofus, watch him draw

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By Zolton in New Events on Thursday 28 August 2008

Oh man! This kid is amazing. And when I say kid, I mean kid. Moofus is eleven years old, lives in my hometown of Sydney, and is still at school. In his own words, ‘my mum and dad won’t let me leave school to get a proper job as I won’t fit up chimneys anymore. So I draw lots of pictures’. Every month he gives a percentage of the sales of his drawings to charity. This month it’s going to International Animal Rescue. The artworks themselves could be collectors items one day. The kid has real talent.

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Mario Sughi

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Friday 14 March 2008

I love the sense of mystique that Mario Sughi captures with his illustrations. There always seems to be a simmering storyline brewing below the surface of the frame.

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