The Sketchbooks of Tula LotayOctober 18, 2020
The sketchbooks of Tula Lotay are all of this and more — she delivers a dream state visualized, ideas delivered in the minimum. Sharp pencil strokes, deliberate, softened by the blush of flesh rendered in graphite.
Illustrator Richey Beckett’s
'Exploding Skulls'September 28, 2020
The image is pure and simple – a skull with a bolt of lightning dividing the brain cavity. As printed, the lines are a crisp and dense black, making for an easy flood of color in any of the logo’s many chambers.
The Naturalism of Illustrator Logan SchmittOctober 8, 2020
Illustrator Logan Schmitt renders wildlife with care and respect. There is a naturalist’s approach to his subjects — whatever innate beauty there is to a sockeye salmon, Schmitt will capture it, alongside the gnarled snout and tense red muscles of the spawning male.
Peter Diamond and the Awe of FolkloreOctober 13, 2020
Canadian illustrator Peter Diamond explores the epic literature of Medieval Britain, the heroic songs and poems that birthed the legend of King Arthur. Diamond moves beyond the flat plan-speak quality of Middle Age artists.