Shigeru Ito

Shigeru Ito is a Japanese artist currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. He has worked and collaborated with various clients for commercial projects inculding JWT (Thailand), Nokia, Visit Australia, Pty,. Ltd /Australia, and more. (via Start Drawing)

Ferrell McCollough

I can’t begin to tell you how much I adore the colored fire hydrant (shown above) Thank you, Ferrell McCollough! p


' Axtor Disney was an American cartoonist, illustrator, musician, and magician. Elder brother of Walter E. and Roy O. Disney, he along with his brothers founded The Walt Disney Company in 1923. After many heated and sometimes violent discussions, mostly due to his very peculiar and strange work methods, and especially because of his children illustrations which can only be described as 'queer', he was fired from his own company and expelled from the core of the Disney family itself, situation that made him change his very own last name from Disney to "Majesto" (paying tribute to a bum from his neighborhood). His brothers made sure to wipe each and every piece of work that could credit his existence, burning all his sketches and his macabre collection of deformed animals. Secluded in the darkness and mentally supressed, Axtor decides to give birth to a new company named "Espeluzland" in order to compete with the overly friendly and fantastic world of his new enemies, the Disney brothers. The failure was resounding. Deprived of any trace of honor, and overwhelmed by debt and the constant harassment by the right-minded organizations of the time, he withdrew himself again into his ancient and now abandoned castle, to which he referred to as his great unfulfilled dream "Espeluzland", where he dwelt until his mysterious disappearance. Very few traces remain of his artistic legacy, and all that prevails is the legend. Not many years ago it was known that there was a secret organization whose only purpose was to find the missing work of Axtor Majesto, to preserve it and show it to the world through their website. It is because of this organization that part of the work of this deeply perturbed but brilliant artist reaches our hands, and yet it is nothing but a small part of the vast and unknown universe that resided in sick mind. '

Tigz Rice

p Some wonderfully dark work here from Tigz Rice, a young graduate from Westminster University with a degree in Illustration. More on the website. p p

Greg Abbott

Yes! Super cute illustrations by Greg Abbott, a UK-based freelance illustrator and web/graphic designer. He specializes in character and t-shirt design.


Boxi <-- lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He creates hand cut multi-layered life size stencils that he exhibits in galleries and on street walls. It is often their placement within the installation or urban landscape that completes and defines their action, enabling the work to interact with the space. It is within this collaboration that the material boundaries of the work are dissolved, affecting the perception of the image.

Belinda Eaton

Belinda Eaton is a British artist born in the Sixties in Mombasa, Kenya. She lived in London, New York, France, Karachi, Barcelona and is currently living and painting between England and Andalucia, Spain.

Sket One

' Sket One is a visual artist with an old school urban background. A Connecticut based graffiti artist and founder of the Bode Jam, Sket One, has designed toys for such toymaker heavyweights as Kaching Brands, MINDstyle, Kidrobot, Wheaty Wheat, Red Magic, Circus Punks, and more. Sket One’s original work has appeared both nationally and internationally in such shows as Vinyl Klash (NYC), Tag the System (London), and I Am 8-bit (LA) Controlled Substances (NYC) and the MADL-2K5 show (LA). He is among the coveted list of artists that every custom show must have. '

Luca Ionescu

Australian-based designer Luca Ionescu rans Like Minded Studio who worked for clients like Nike, Zoo York, MTV, VH1, ONeil, Etnies, Absolut Vodka, Reebok and Coca-Cola. Good stuff!

Luke Dixon

I'm thrilled to have stumbled upon English illustrator Luke Dixon on Flickr last night. Loose and wonderful drawings. Love it.