Andrew Archer Revisit

The marvelous artist from New Zealand is back with his timeless style and chromatic brilliance. Illustrator and crayon enthusiast, Andrew Archer first appeared on EK on January 2010. The latest in his surrealistic repertoire explodes with aberrant wonder, inspired by cartoons and Edo period art among other mediums that portray sublime narratives.

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Adam Tan

If somber and slightly morose illustrations ever give me a warm and fuzzy feeling, they are likely done by Adam Tan. He uses a spectrum of ambient colors and shades to give a stillness that either complements or offset his varied pieces. This fellow Adventure Time enthusiast and talented mixed media illustrator resides in Auckland,…

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N8 Van Dyke

N8 Van Dyke is a full time art making machine who manipulates any medium to his will, with sheer raw illustrative skill. He has provided his talents for the likes of Burton Snowboards, XBox, PlayStation, various rock bands etc. His work has also graced the covers of magazines all over the world including Taiwan, Australia and…

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Katerina Belkina Part III

We bring you the latest work by Russian artist Katerina Belkina. She was first featured on July 2011 and again on July 2013. Her digitally manipulated photography creates a minimalist atmosphere of clean surfaces and unblemished spaces; Reflecting the materialistic, almost artificial and isolated experience of living in today’s modernized society.

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Natalie Shau is back

Natalie Shau is mixed media artist and photographer based in Vilnius, Lithuania. She found interest in fashion and portrait photography as well as digital illustration. Her latest photography series portrays high conceptual fashion works, establishing a different twist from her first illustrative feature back in July 2011.

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Robert Sammelin

Comic book artist, graphic designer and illustrator Robert Sammelin has a knack for drawing some bad ass ladies. His concept art has realized the likes of the Battlefield series as well as numerous other video games, comic books, covers for books and magazines.

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Miss KK

Just when I thought street art couldn’t throw me another curveball, Miss KK comes out killin’ it with originality. This Hungarian street artist’s arrangements of imagery and cheeky commentary on pop culture, formulate a fresh take on the most iconic images of today’s culture.

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Márton Király

Márton Király is Hungarian photographer/digital artist who currently resides in Tokyo, Japan where he explores the world with his camera in a fine art approach. Whether heavily editing his images or presenting them raw, he leaves behind radical and yet tranquil flavors.

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Tobias Hall

Freelance illustrator Tobias Hall creates beautifully composed pieces using the written word, specializing not only in digital art but  lettering, and mural painting. Gotta love a man who keeps such a classic form of art like hand made typography alive and well.

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Yuko Shimizu revisited

Oh Yunko Shimizu, I’d ask you what I have to do to stop loving your work so much, but I just don’t wanna stop. I posted Shimizu’s work on October, 2012, after a double appearance on EK, first way back in 2010 and then on February 2012. Here is a look at some recent boss…

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Josh Courlas

Josh Courlas is a New York based illustrator/digital artist with a noir approach and a mysterious classic color pallet that reminds me of the 70s and 80s.

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Piñatha

I’ve been following the work of Mexican illustrator Nijah Lefevre aka Piñata, for quite some time and I finally get to share the whimsical brilliance with you guys. The work has become more and more compelling and it’s time EK showed some love, with each piece emerging with more color, detail and all around psychedelic awesomesauce.

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Jeremy Enecio Returns!

I found Jeremy Encio‘s illustrations enchanting since he was last featured on February 2010. This talented  artist was definitely overdue for a second feature if not for his beautiful ethereal work, for his appreciation of all things awesome like Adventure Time, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Stephen Fry.

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