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marc-aspinall:

The New Yorker The Knick

Full page illustration depicting the gruesome and experimental operating theatre as shown in Steven Soderburgh’s first TV offering The Knick.

  

marc-aspinall:

On The Waterfront Book Cover

Although more widely known as the mid 50’s classic, I read the novelisation of the movie; by Budd Schulberg; who had incidentally written the screenplay to the film. I haven’t actually seen the film, so let the book’s descriptions inform me on what Terry might look like, and what kind of feel and focus to fix on.

1000drawings:

Abigail Daker

(via abidaker)

laurabarnard:

Window murals for the new Sainsbury’s Local supermarket in Birmingham. Art direction byTwelve.

http://laurabarnard.co.uk/portfolio/sainsburys-birmingham-windows/

yemayema:

Billboard design for the awesome humans at Mailchimp! ^__^

michellekondrich:

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Some of you may have seen me tweeting last week about starting a painting over again and this is it. The illustration is about a woman who fills her empty nest with animals. She then realizes that she has spent her life filling voids with various pets. You can buy a print of this piece

neil-a-stevens:

Chicago
By Neil Stevens

jamesboast:

Two illustrations for Monocle -

"A brief Americas view from Campaign Trail" and "Medical tourism in Malaysia"

swordandstump:

Quick illustration concerning Lovecraft, a H.P.Lovecraft themed bar for The New Yorker’s Bar Tab section this week.

owendaveydraws:

This piece was created for an article in the Observer about Biomimetics, the imitation of the models, systems, and elements of nature for the purpose of solving complex human problems. It included Geck-Skin, Lotus-Effect Paint, Velcro, Kranium Bike Helmets, Airdrop Water Collection & Sharkskin Swimsuits.

neil-a-stevens:

Spaceman
By Neil Stevens

abidaker:

Secret Garden reworking No 2

owendaveydraws:

I was commissioned by Templar Publishing to create a series of Black & White Prints for a colouring book, based on cities from around the globe.

I was commissioned by Templar Publishing to create a series of Black & White Prints for a colouring book based on cities from around the globe.

Buy the book here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pictura-Prints-Travelogue-Owen-Davey/dp/1783700688

natekitch:

Globe & Mail - Watches

Thanks for taking a look!

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T: @natekitch

michellekondrich:

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For your viewing pleasure today, I am posting my latest editorial illustration. I’m really excited about this piece for a few reasons. I’m quite pleased at how it turned out and I also feel that it marks a discovery for me as far as what works best for my work and concepts. That discovery…

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