Archive for the 'Illustation' Category

Richard Corben’s Figure Paintings

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010
Richard Corben

Richard Corben

Richard Corben is an amazing artist. His most famous work is Den for Heavy Metal Magazine in the 1970s, at a time when that publication was something special. Back in the days when illustration was considered something different than and less than fine art it was always forgotten that almost all illustrators were also “fine artists” even by the most conservative definition of that term. Corben, for instance, has always produced work for no other purpose than self expression.

His website can be found here.

Richard Corben

Richard Corben

Bjorn Hurri’s Master Yoda

Friday, October 17th, 2008
Bjorn Hurri

A groovy collection of Steampunk Star Wars art by Bjorn Hurri can be found here.

The work below is called Princess Leah, Work in Progress.

Bjorn Hurri

Christopher Manson’s The Maze

Monday, August 18th, 2008
Maze

“I invite you to enter my Maze. I say it is mine, because despite who else I might be, I am the architect as well as your guide. Your first goal is to find the shortest route through the Maze – a simple task, I assure you, if you know what to look for. I have planted clues throughout for your interpretation – or misinterpretation. Indeed, you will be fascinated by the Maze’s ambiguity, stimulated by its mystery, stymied by its riddle. But fear not! I will be with you all the way. Fear not, that is, if you truly believe that my clues or I can be trusted.”

Christopher Manson’s The Maze can be found online here.

Maze

Alexander Jansson’s Marion

Friday, August 15th, 2008
Alexander Jansson

Alexander Jansson is a Swedish digital artist and painter. His creepy website can be found here.

The work below is called The Ghost Carousel.

Alexander Jansson

Heath McPherson

Tuesday, August 12th, 2008
Heath McPherson

McPherson is a local, Birmingham-area, artist. His website has some awesome Flash stuff on it and can be found here.

Heath McPherson