Toronto artist Eunice Luk does ceramics and illustration and is also the founder of Fantasy Camp Books, an independent publisher of artist books and zines. We took a quick look at her work in a previous post, but it’s worth a closer exploration. (Above: Sea Butler) -From WNDW, […]
Ukrainian illustrator Lesya Nedzelskaya’s unique eye makes her colorful works a delight. These works have just been posted on her new Behance site.
Editor’s Note: The premiere of the new adaptation of this powerful novel caused a surge of interest in this post. Margaret Atwood says it’s not just the Hulu TV series. The book’s sales have surged, likely due to what some call the “Trump bump” for dystopian literature. Here’s the […]
The thing about Canadian-born, London-based Tara Dougans is that she’s so out there, it’s possible to miss her altogether. But sites like Trendland have been following this edgy art director and illustrator for several years and she’s now a bit of a sensation. Her first short film, ‘Beware […]
This work, with all its textured bits of minutiae, demonstrates how easy it is to get lost in Henry McCausland’s beautiful illustrations. The British artist (he lives in Kent) deploys an exceptional color palette and the all-pervasive movement in many of his pieces is arresting. See his website, […]
Peter Mitchell is back at Ingram Gallery in Toronto with a new set of exceptional illustrations in a group show, Works on Paper, through June 23. (Above: Dora’s (2012) 24 x 24 mixed media) -Revengers #1 (2012) 32 x 32 mixed media As a journalist, I have deep […]