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McLean Kendree

I’m really loving the work of San Francisco-based illustrator/concept artist Mc Lean Kendree. His work is vivid and imaginative, yet innocent and playful.

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Brooke Allen

Brooke Allen is seriously in a class of her own. Her art is disciplined, charming and human. Her color schemes are natural and creative. Every new piece I see from … Read more

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New artwork from Louis Spano

My new body of work is concerns beauty and dealing with looking and being looked at. Five out of twenty six paintings are finished as I aim for a particular … Read more

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Amanda Visell’s monster art

Remember those monsters that used to hide under your bed? Well, I met their mother! And no word of a lie, Disney’s been paying her to give you the creeps. … Read more

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Dain Fagerholm’s monster art

A lot of Dain Fagerholm’s work is cute and would be appropriate for a children’s book, but it’s his more meticulously rendered, creepy images that really strike me. What can … Read more

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Diary of Inhuman Species

Stan Manoukian (aka Grograou), one half of French comic art duo Stan and Vince, has his own blog where he posts tons and tons of awesome monsters. Recently he’s been … Read more

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Thomas Wellmann

Cologne-based illustrator and character designer Thomas Wellmann is capable of shifting between amusing and expressive gestural drawings and supremely labor-intensive detail work, with some pieces taking him over a year … Read more

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John Kenn

Here’s some really great pen-and-ink monster art by Dutch artist John Kenn, who draws them on post-it notes when he’s not directing kids shows for TV.

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