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Scott Teplin

Scott Teplin’s candy-colored paintings and incredibly detailed line drawings of wrecked vehicles as well as his Sims-like images of surreal, fantastical urban structures express both malaise and wonderment at the … Read more

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Jess Douglas

Illustrator Jess Douglas does great line drawings and screen-prints of street scenes, many of them sparse and devoid of people but still somehow cheerful and warm.

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Jenni Desmond

Timelessness is surely one of the most sought-after characteristics that any artist, writer or musician can aim for in their work. It’s a wonderful feeling to know that what felt … Read more

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Jody Barton

Presented as a tableau of vignettes, the work of UK illustrator Jody Barton is executed in a variety of techniques and mediums, yet manages to run the gamut from delicately … Read more

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Josh Cochran

Josh Cochran’s illustrated world is full of hard-edged shapes, coarse textures and clashing colors that somehow seem to fall into place. Just. We asked him in what ways his illustration … Read more

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Josh Cochran

We checked in recently with illustrator Josh Cochran and asked him how he kept the creative process fresh and stimulating, despite producing so much new work: ‘I try hard to … Read more

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Victor Kerlow

The loose linework and watercolors that mark the illustration of Victor Kerlow bring to mind several other well known editorial illustrators, but Kerlow is clearly doing his own thing. I … Read more

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Yoko Furusho

Yoko Furusho’s work leaves me absolutely speechless. There are so many lines in all of her drawings that I really wonder how she can do it all with one single … Read more

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