Monday, December 21, 2009

Lora Zombie

"Who has been your biggest influence in your designs?
muuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuusic...sure...."music is my hot hot sex"(C) hahaha!
actually almost all pics i've made is result of my connection with music... damon Albarn's stuff,the rolling stones,kraftwerk,massive attack and many many others,....its all about that for last half a year my main influence was Radiohead..they blow up my mind to million of bright pieces! thank you,thom!hahaha =)" ( the source:

Knock before enter

I will take you to the river


Black Goldfish

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Brian M. Viveros for Christmas

I haven't posted anything new for awhile and i didn't even noticed that there were some new comments. Sorry for that. A lot has been going on in my life recently.
So, keeping in mind that Christmas season is approaching, i will post Mrs. Santa Claus by Brian M. Viveros's.
Merry Christmas everyone!

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Humberto Moro

Humberto Moro is a very talented, young artist from Guadalajara, Mexico and below there are his paintings from his solo show called 'Dislexia Social'(Social Dyslexia).

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Yuka Yamaguchi

Yuka Yamaguchi is a Japanese artist currently residing in Saskatoon, Canada.
artist´s blog

Self portrait
Great Escape
Bone to Flash

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Monika Zawadzki

Monika lives and works in Warsaw, Poland. She is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Her style is very recognizable and based on minimalistic, but very strong images. She has already had a various solo shows in Poland and has just released a second album with her work. Monika is an author of many theater posters and she also colaborates with a lot of polish magazines. DIK Fagazine, which she created among with an artist Karol Radziszewski has just been presented at The Generational: Younger Than Jesus exhibition at The New Museum, New York.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Lisa Evans

Lisa Evans is an English artist who creates illustrations for children’s books and magazines. She is currently working on her comic book about a Star Belly character that she created.
"I love owls, dreaming and eating cake. I love to dream that I'm eating cake but it doesn't happen very often. When I am not dreaming I love to listen to the owls outside hoot and scream."
Check out the comic book Astral Airlines

Pottle of Brains
Badges and Magnets
Bellamy and the Birds
Star Belly Falling
Beneath Bed
Ponycorn, Ponycorn

Friday, May 1, 2009

Sachiko Kanaizumi

Sachiko Kanaizumi is from Kanagawa, Japan. She is a Tama Art University graduate.

Adam Haynes

"I was born and raised in rural Central Oregon and gained a deep respect for the outdoors at an early age. Painting and drawing were always a passion, and I decided to pursue my interests in art and nature by attending school in Bozeman, Montana. After graduation, the city beckoned, and I moved to Portland to pursue a graphic design career designing tee shirts and apparel for adidas. After a few years of computer design I began to draw and paint with more frequency, and soon began putting together an occasional show. My interests continued to move in a hand drawn direction as I strayed from computer illustration more and more. After four years, my wife and I decided to move back to Bend, Oregon to pursue a more active lifestyle and a freelance career in illustration. Two years later my client list is growing continually, the work keeps coming, and I still manage to put together an occasional show." (interview by
artist´s website

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Bobby Chiu

Bobby Chiu lives in Toronto, Canada. Works as an illustrator for different media, teaches digital painting online and publishes books.
immaginism studios

Whale Boy
Big Bad Bunny Eater
My Red Bike
Bigfoots New Friend
Cats and Dogs

Alessa Esteban

Alessa Esteban is living and working in Mexico City, where she has her own label called "ArTwisted Projects". She studied visual art at the Fine Arts Academy „La Esmeralda“ in Mexico City
"I work in three art medias: Drawing, Painting and Photography. I'm very interested in Sigmund Freud's theories in Psychoanalysis. But my art work is deeply connected to my own childhood and my sisters. I have two younger sisters whom I have always felt very responsible for."
"I'm very interested in creating images that look sweet and beautiful at the first look, but when someone takes a second look into it, they unravel damaged and crooked meanings. This perverse side of the image contrasts with the sweetness of the line in the drawing. It looks like clean drawings, clean lines, representing scenes with girls. Soft colors in the atmosphere, with deep psychological content, showed in the girl's attitude."

Alessa Esteban had a very serious copycating issues with another artist Mariana Magdalena (featured below). If she is right or not...Well, judge for yourself. I personally like both artists.
read about it here
myspace profile