Monthly Archives: February 2011

Church Building Collage Illustration by Mark Lazenby

Posted at 1 pm on February 23, 2011 by

Posted in: Mixed Media, Paper Illustration


With an obvious love for finding beautiful pieces of paper, Mark Lazenby uses what he finds to create work that is so much more than the sum of its components. Worn, aged photographs, along with anything else he can find, are sliced, juggled and pieced together in the best of collage traditions. The examples that can be seen here are from an ongoing set of personal work entitled, ‘Make Mountains’.

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'Family Tree' by Bobby Neel Adams

Posted at 2 pm on February 22, 2011 by

Posted in: Photographic Illustration


Bobby Neel Adams is interested in facial features, how our DNA is passed down in our family, and the effect ageing and environment have on the way we look. He explores this in a set of portraits called ‘Family Tree’. Here, similar photographs of family members are taken, torn in half, and then placed together to produce interesting melds of the characters. By placing the faces together, all the differences and similarities are highlighted while also making you think about your own identity and where your fundamental traits come from.

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Illustrations for 'Downtown Rocket' by Tatsuro Kiuchi

Posted at 1 pm on February 18, 2011 by

Posted in: Mixed Media


Tokyo-born Tatsuro Kiuchi produced these lovely illustration for a book called ‘Downtown Rocket’/下町ロケット by Jun Ikeido. I think it’s the overall atmosphere that draws me in, there’s something quite film noir about it. There’s a kind of stillness you can feel in the empty city streets, in some ways helping you to imagine those kinds of familiar sounds more than a bustling, packed scene might.

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