Tagged: surreal
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    Jan 2013

    Manga Mondays ~ Wenqing Yan

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    Wenqing Yan has an unusual mixture of work; from cute and fun, to despair and abstract, I find a lot of her work really captivating. The most interesting illustrations for me are the surreal works, full of imagination and fantasy. There is an excellent interview on The Daily Californian, if you’d like to find out more about her.

    Sidenote: I Googled Wenqing Yan and it was interesting to find an ‘award winning artist’ copying one of her illustrations!

    See Wenqing Yan’s Deviant Art page for more. You’re in good company, she’s had over 8 million page views and counting…

  2. 18

    Aug 2012

    Julian Callos

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    Julian Callos is a Los Angeles illustrator, originally from the Philippines. Even though he has such a phenomenal portfolio, reading his blog and bio, he comes across as a pretty humble gentleman. He creates wonderful acrylic and gouache illustrations often with either humour or a more chimeric approach. His talents do not stop there, he is equally skilled in the art of sculpture, take a look at the very surreal Louis CK piece for Gallery 1988 for example.

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