Taller than a human, â€śStickerYetiâ€ť is an ape-like creature that no longer lives in the Himalayan mountains, he relocated to sunny Miami (Florida) for tanning, stickers and fun. From cute to crazy, glamorous to gory, and everything in between â€” the Yeti and his posse produce custom stickers, iron-on labels, floor decals, and more. Upload […]
Prolific tattooists Ben Corday and Sailor Jerry have continued to inspire new generationsâ€”think: sailing ships, pin-up girls, skulls and heartsâ€”all of those symbols defined the â€śAmerican Old-School Tattoos.â€ť The same icons that US-native Brian Kelly has revived on skins and in tattoo flash. â€śSometimes I use liquid acrylic for the white parts of the paintings. […]
Bryn Perrottâ€™s cool wood carvings are the result of: A) she was a printmaking major in college, B) she has worked in a tattoo shop which influenced her illustration style. Some of her designs have a cartoon flair, for example the Grim Reaper who is flustered as he surfs four waves near aÂ paradisiac island; another […]
“Decline” is the title of Holly Averyâ€™s newest linocut that is related with endangered flowers and insects found in California. Her work was printed in dark brown with a monotype blue background on white paper, and is currently being sold at Etsy.
Vietnamese craftsman Vnarts gently carves illustrations on eggshells, and then puts a led light in each one. His work from landscape to portrait art can be purchased at the Dieu Khac Mien Tay gallery.
I have very little information about the artist. What I know is Orr Gidon made this detailed lino print titled, “Telepath.” If anyone knows more about this art piece or printmaker, please send an email to Illusion.
Working from her home in Norfolk, England, Amanda Colville passionately cuts linoleum sheets to make colorful patterns and other designs. From artwork to be displayed on walls to greeting cards, she ink impresses by hand, but Colville is also known for using an old washing mangle as a printing press. The latter connecting to her […]
Brit illustrator John C. Thurbin is fond of working with linoleum and ink. And it is interesting to see pictures of his work in progress. Some of his final prints have been showcased in group art shows in United Kingdom and Spain.
Born in the United States, Aaron von Freter has been working in apparel design for over 13 years in Europe. He illustrates and also manually prints images with rubber-stamp blocks on cloth. This printing technique has evolved over centuries, however, the earliest surviving examples are from China, dated before the year 220, “and woodblock printing […]
These are beautiful and intricate linocut prints by Natasha Russell. The watercolor background really gives her work another layer and dynamic.