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    Aug 2012

    Jordan Debney aka Eye Rupture

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    Self-taught New Zealand illustrator Jordan Debney concentrates his efforts on creating creatures of the more absurd nature. Not your run-of-the-mill pin-up woman or action man, no, Mr. Debney’s characters are more grotesque and zany, and often vomiting. But when combined with crisp line-work and vibrant colours, his work actually becomes rather attractive! See more of his abnormally compelling work on his website.

  2. 7

    Aug 2012

    Massimo Carnevale aka Sketchesnatched

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    The lack of information on Massimo Carnevale is actually quite amusing. I can tell you two things about him, although you have probably already figured them out for yourself. One, he is Italian and two, his work is amazing. Whether he is doing digital painting, or ink work his style and control is fantastic. Mr. Carnevale does have a lot of fan art in his portfolio and seems to have a particular affinity to cult movies, and chooses some golden moments to illustrate. See more of his over on his blog.

  3. 5

    Aug 2012

    Stuart Kolakovic

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    Stuart has style. Every piece is aesthetically pleasing; there seems to be a natural talent for interesting compositions, shape combinations, colours, textures and font selection. They all come together to form a wonderful whole. I love Stuart’s comic strip work in particular, as he shows something different to everything else out there. It’s graphical story-telling, where every box is beautiful in its own right but also works as part of something bigger and more powerful.

    His clients include The Guardian, Natural History Museum, Barclays Bank and Sony.

    Get over to Stuart’s website to see more.

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