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  • Artist of the week – David Vicente’s Psychobilly art

    By Oana on January 12, 2012
    David Vicente was born in 1968 in France.Just like many other excellent artists around the world he expressed his talent and remarkable skills early on , with a predilection towards Rock’ n’ Roll in the form of Psychobilly art. His first inspirations were cult albums like The Cramps, Guanabatz or Rockabilly Psychosis that opened his eyes about graphics. Renowned fashion […]
  • Artist of the week – Chris Sandlin cartoon designs !

    By Oana on January 5, 2012
    Today’s illustrator – Chris Sandlin – was raised in Atlanta, Georgia although born in Seoul, Korea. He studied graphic design and is immensely passionate about drawing and illustrating. He does freelance work and has his own collection of artwork and apparel. He says about the store to have been a need of his to express his talents without any limitations. Artist of […]
  • Artist of the week – Joe Fenton hand drawn designs

    By Oana on December 22, 2011
    Joe Fenton is an amazing illustrator that defies the human laws of patience. He is British but lives in New York. He creates some of the most complicated and detailed drawings ever imagined and does that with a natural skill and dedication. Most of his works are hand drawn in graphite and given the final touches in ink and acrylics. […]
  • Artist of the week – BeastWreck monster designs

    By Oana on December 15, 2011
    BeastWreck proclaim themselves saviors of humanity from really bad, sucky art that we digest each day.They talk about “hipsterism” like it’s a cruel disease and they have the antidote. Their monster designs are especially targeted artwork that is a heaven for  those enthused by pop, pulp, rock, and retro, have a special penchant for cartoons, horror movies, sci-fi, fantasy, heavy […]
  • Artist of the week – t-shirt and tattoo designs from Gaunty

    By Oana on December 8, 2011
    Gaunty’s real name is Colin Gauntlett and he is a very versatile artist that has been exploring all kinds of arts along the years. Thanks to his globetrotting ways he oriented himself towards the 2D form of art offered by the Internet, after widely experimenting with the 3D version. His style has varied from tattoo designs to ’80s colorful shapes […]
  • Artist of the week – Whyball, 1400 t shirt designs

    By Oana on November 30, 2011
    Artist of the week – Whyball, 1400 t shirt designs This week we couldn’t decide on an artist because, honestly, we had a big list with great ones. But this is what random number generators were invented for. This and major life decisions. And so we have a username – whyball – and not a name because we couldn’t find […]
  • Kyle Crawford from Electric Zombie drops new t shirt line

    By Oana on November 29, 2011
    Grave takers was a very well kept secret. Kyle has a new brand that was born last January when he released the Electric Zombie winter line. This t shirt line is just black and white, unlike the Electric Zombie one which is more a parody like type of design. He even intends on making a clothing line dedicated to kids, so […]
  • Artist of the week – comic book art from Joshua Kemble

    By Oana on November 23, 2011
    Joshua is a freelance illustrator and an award winning cartoonist. He was born in California and has a BA in Illustration from the University of Long Beach. This is where he currently resides as well. He received the Xeric Award, he’s been nominated to a Stumptown Trophee in 2007, and has been featured in the field’s important publications like 3×3 […]
  • Artist of the week – Brian Cook graphic illustrator

    By Oana on November 16, 2011
    This week’s graphic illustrator caught my eye because of his unique style of transitioning from moustached pink cupcakes to haunted houses, beasts and dragons. He has a chameleon like style and sometimes gives you the impression that two different people draw his designs. He is actually a versatile artist that captures both innocence and monstrosity in their naked states. One minute […]