A Brief Look: The Art of Paul JacksonNovember 26, 2019
Toronto based artist Paul Jackson uses a light touch to depict the inner workings of his subjects. The pen work is precise and delicate — the soft jowl of H.P. Lovecraft and downcast mouth of Ellen Ripley each rendered with Jackson’s stippled pen work.
A Brief Look: The Golden Illustrations of George CaltsoudasNovember 15, 2019
The Depths of Fantasy:
Interview with Illustrator Jeffrey Alan LoveNovember 12, 2019
Illustrator Jeffrey Alan Love’s work is primal, carving out the unspeakable truth of his subjects. Each illustration sits as a relic, the cave paintings of a long-dead people. In his work in the realm of fantasy and science fiction, Love makes the strange fiction of those narratives human.
The True Grit of Illustrator Eric NyffelerOctober 8, 2019
Nyffeler’s designs have a workmanlike feel which is no mistake — each shape and texture is manmade, torn and cut by hand and reassembled digitally. No matter the client or the name he’s working under, Nyffeler keeps one constant — the true grit of handmade design.