Wow Jun Cen has been super busy since we last checked in. He has produced many new illustrations which you can see on Tumblr, Behance, and the website. See previous posts on the Jun Cen tag.
Look at Wandrille Maunoury’s drawings on Tumblr, and animated films on Vimeo.
Look at Tonči Zonjić’s comics and sketchbook drawings on his Tumblr, blog and website.
Check out Erik Nebel’s usually three panel wordless comics on Tumblr and then maybe upgrade one panel and see more over at the 4Panel Project.
Check out all the music related artwork and penmanship on Dan Lish’s Tumblr and website.
Check out Gizem Vural’s drawings and illustrations on her website and Tumblr.
Check out Nicolas Ménard’s animation and drawings on his website and Tumblr.
Look at Christoph Feist’s illustrations, prints and drawings on his website (including the above editorial illustration “the god of the conservatives” and prints made with Lego bricks) and daily drawing Tumblr.
In 1903 a Hopi man named Kutcahanauu or White-Bear was hired by an anthropologist to draw images of a nice load of kachinas. I’ve always thought the Hopi were really keyed into some seriously kick-butt graphic and geometric design sensibilities and really cool creature designs. As the source article for these images explains on The Public Domain Review, the selection of these spirit beings varied among each of the Hopi and Pueblo communities, so the kachina designs and their specific powers were plentiful.
Hudson Christie makes little sculptures for his illustrations and animates a lot of them. Check out the Tumblr and website for sure because I think our blog theme here has resized a few of these and crunched them up a bit so go see them on Hudson’s stuff.