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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Felideus

Talented Spanish illustrator Felideus has a marvelous imagination. His list of clients include Italian artisan beer factory “Buskers Beer” and Italian band Tristema. His work goes beyond freelance advertising and taps into a uniquely creative surrealist universe.

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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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Nicolas Delort

Black and white illustrations by Paris based artist Nicolas Delort, personify a classic illustrative style and the grandeur of the stories they tell. His somber illustrations have complemented some epic literary gems like American Gods and Harry Potter.

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Nathan Ota Revisited

Nathan Ota made his first appearance on EK on 2010. He incorporates elements of graffiti and urban art into his amazing illustrations and sometimes complements his unique style with other talented collaborators such street art extraordinaire, Risky.

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Rudcef

After finishing a career in statistics, personal tragedy led South Korean artist Jae Young Sohn aka Rudcef to an unexpected direction of self expression. Dropping everything to devote to his work as an illustrator, Rudcef uses his art to give us a glimpse into the real him.

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Riikka Sormunen Part Deux

Riikka Sormunen is a Finnish artist (previously featured in January 2011)who creates wonderfully mysterious illustrations. Her intricate, dusky portraits tangle limbs and legend – strange, unusual and subtly dark.

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Randy Ortiz

I first stumbled upon Randy Ortiz through his work with the previously featured Spoke Art Gallery where he paid tribute to the work of director Wes Anderson. His surrealism consist of a creative balance between simplicity, symmetry and painstaking attention to detail.

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Rory Kurtz

Illustrator Rory Kutz‘s recipe for awesome is a  masterful blend of realism and whimsical surrealism. He has lent his mad skills with the likes of Rolling Stone, ESPN Magazine and Bicycle Times.

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Bill Carman

Bill Carman’s art satisfies my nostalgia for the whimsical and fantastical. He creates a somber atmosphere while simultaneously making me want to live inside a children’s book. We are talking about an illustrator who appreciates the majesty of narwhals, which are basically the real life unicorns… nuff said.

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Koralie les dames d’abord

Ever since I saw  Koralie and husband Supakitch on EK on November of last year, I’ve been wanting to do a post about them individually, so here goes! Though their work blends incredibly in a fluke of genius brought by street art super powers, Koralie’s work stands alone with pure individual style. Her signature “doll” illustrations appear throughout her work, she blends a…

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Grzegorz Domaradzki

With an incredible flare for design and fantastic skills with graphite, this illustrator/graphic designer/video game enthusiast mixes traditional and modern techniques and creates an infusion of sick chromaticity; I present to you Mr. Grzegorz Domaradzki, but you can call him GABZ.

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Goñi Montes Numero Trois

Goñi Montes is definitely one of my favorite illustrators of all time. His creativity is endless and at this rate, it is likely that the amount of times we feature him on EK will be too. He was first featured back in 2010 and was back for an interview in 2011. Now for his third time…

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