Molg H.’s Disturbing, Delightful, Dark Humored Drawings

Molg H.'s Disturbing, Delightful Dark Humored Drawings 1

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On Molg H.‘s Facebook, his cover image offers a very specific welcome. “Black Humor For Bad People” it reads in English along with “Humor Negro Para Gente Mala” in Spanish, his mother tongue. You see, Molg H. is a very specific artist whose work is gross-out humor at it’s best. Take a Child’s Play film, multiply it by a Farrelly Brothers script, divide it by Microsoft Paint, then put it in an Internet blender: the result is his work. It is fantastically foul.

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KYLE FITZPATRICK

January 23, 2014 / By

Enchanting Animated GIFs by Adrien Mérigeau

Adrien Merigeau

Adrien Mérigeau is a French filmmaker and animator living in Ireland. Currently he works as a Concept Designer and Art Director at Cartoon Saloon where they’re putting the finishing touches to a new feature called Song of the Sea. Checking out his blog, I recently discovered these two excellent GIFs. They were created as covers for a weekly design-led listings called Le Cool and I think they look great.

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Philip Kennedy

January 22, 2014 / By

Illustrating Loneliness: Belhoula Amir’s Alone

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I’m not sure if French illustrator Belhoula Amir is a lonely person but the work on his Behance page certainly make you wonder if he needs a friend or two.

The artist has created multiple series of works he calls Alone, where he use uses the monotony and repetitiveness of a canvas to show how isolated people can be. Whether it is a field or pool of water, his tiny character specks show that we really are little blips in a giant world.

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KYLE FITZPATRICK

January 22, 2014 / By

Travel the World with Ryo Takemasa’s Cute Illustrations

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Ryo Takemasa

During the week I came across the work of Japanese illustrator Ryo Takemasa (thanks Grain Edit). Ryo lives in Tokyo where he has been working as a freelance illustrator since 2010. His work covers everything from editorial project to books, magazines and advertisements. For me, it’s his personal work that I find the most interesting. Here you’ll see images inspired from all over the globe; from the London underground to the open-air baths at Nagano.

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Philip Kennedy

January 21, 2014 / By

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