Toronto based Jennifer Liu is an award-winning Chinese Canadian-American freelance illustrator. Occasionally she likes to print things in risograph and make comics. Her inspiration comes from the narratives and imagery she stumbles across while watching all different kinds of animation.
Tom Eglington is a self-taught artist and writer. He has developed an illustration style that combines elements of vintage Japanese prints, 70s sci-fi, outsider art, comics and collage. From William Burroughs to Jack Kirby via Henry Darger, his work channels a bizarre fantasy world of occult symbols, lowbrow pop art and hallucinatory visuals.
Ben Mendelewicz‘s work is a sickly mix of collage and digital manipulation, with lurid colors and gross representations of everyday life. The New York-based illustrator draws comics, illustrates and animates for the likes of Adult Swim, Stussy and Funny or Die.
San Francisco based artist Niv Bavarsky‘s marks and lines are full of energy. His personal work is where wiggly clustered forms can take over entire compositions, while his illustrations stay more visually focused on the primary subject. His creative output includes editorial illustration, album covers, posters, comics, clothing graphics & patterns, collaborative drawing & painting, and music.
Molly Bounds is a printmaker and illustrator living in Denver. Her prints explore how power, authority, and the structural training of doubt can undermine those who lack agency in determining their futures. Influenced by aesthetics and narrative sequencing within alternative comics and zine culture, she aims to emulate others who have used zines as a forum of dissemination of subjective experience, in order to voice stories which are rarely shared in normative culture.
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Robert Williams is a living-legend. He is the Godfather of Lowbrow, founded Juxtapoz Magazine, and has influenced an entire generation of artists with his groundbreaking art. He defines a generation. And, he is the topic of a new documentary, Mr. Bitchin, and Juxtapoz is giving away two tickets to the premiere of the film in Los Angeles at LACMA for a screening this Wednesday, June 16th at 7pm. Go here to try and win.