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Title: Mamout 
Dimensions: 60x80cm 
Technique: Posca, Steadtler

S†ella is a young Parisian artist, born in 1989 in Yvelines. She studied graphic design at Troyes before embarking on a freelance career and is now working on many projects with 83a studio, specializing in video-projected imager…The works of S†ella feed the huge zoological diversity and question the living through the prism of anthropomorphism. Animals are guinea pigs for her which she methodically dissects materials, and body movements…her works are related to medical illustration, anatomical portraits, made with care, humor and precision.”
(roughly translated from french)

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Têtes de bêtes (heads beasts)

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Title: Chimp
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

Animal masks to humans or human characteristics to animal nature?

A distant instinct which would link us to our animal origins …

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Title: Ien
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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Title: Pig
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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Title: Horse
Dimensions: 29,7x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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Title: Ours
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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Tarsius

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Title: Tarsius01 
Dimensions: 16x16cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca, Graph’it

The genus Tarsius includes a dozen species of tiny primates, or Tarsiens1 Tarsiers. They live in trees in South-East Asia. It is the only genus of the family Tarsiidae

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Title: Tarsius02
Dimensions: 16x16cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca, Graph’it

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Title: Tarsius03
Dimensions: 16x16cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca, Graph’it

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Title: Tarsius04
Dimensions: 16x16cm 
Technique: Rotring, Posca, Graph’it

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Extendus

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Title: Cerf
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

Experience # 1: Exaggerating a stretch position

Not bad! Cut into triptychs, stretched and then passed under X-rays, these guinea pigs reveal their incredible capabilities below.

We guarantee, that no harm has been done, they are all fine.

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Title: Cat
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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Titre: Fish
Dimensions: 29,7x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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Title: Suri
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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Title: Vicales
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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Title: Zelle
Dimensions: 29,7 x42cm
Technique: Rotring, Posca

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visit Stella Rebouh’s site for more…

Stella Rebouh | drawing

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  • 04.09.2014
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Linlin and Pierre-Yves are young artists who met several years ago during their artistic studies, native to China and France. Linlin holds a Masters degree in Digital Creation and Pierre-Yves holds a degree in Visual 3D Production. Today, with shared inspiration, they sculpt their ideas. With 3D printing, their sculptures take on a new dimension. Linlin and Pierre-Yves’ yearning to mix their cultures and desires gives birth to unexpected works that are full of meaning. Their work focuses on nature, knowledge, and human feelings. They most certainly want to share with and capture their viewers, and incite introspection.”

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Giraffe
a high detailed wall sculpture in white polyamide
dimensions : 18.7 x 11.7 x 13.4 cm

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Bird Travel
an original fashion accessory in white polyamide
dimensions : 19.3 x 19.7 x 19.3 cm
can be fixed on your shoulder or in hair

"We designed this original accessory with our common inspirations, between dream and reality. Directly inspired by birds, this ship travel reflects our spirit of freedom, ready to flew away, but never far from our hearts, reminding us of our unique relationship. This accessory will be at your side, on your shoulder, to bring a flair of fantasy to your dress."

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Deer | part of ‘Animal Lace’ collection
wall sculpture in white polyamide, gloss paint
dimensions : 40.6 x 29.1 x 25.1 cm

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Bear | part of ‘Animal Lace’ collection
wall sculpture in white polyamide, gloss paint
dimensions : 26.5 x 21.0 x 23.7 cm

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Elephant | part of ‘Animal Lace’ collection
wall sculpture in white polyamide, gloss paint
dimensions : 35.3 x 36.4 x 25.8 cm

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visit the website and tumblr of Linlin & Pierre-Yves Jacques for more…

Linlin & Pierre-Yves Jacques | sculpture

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  • 12.17.2013
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Alexis Killam is a designer and illustrator located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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visit Alexis Killam’s website and tumblr for more…

Alexis Killam | illustration

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  • 12.14.2013
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Mirror Animals is an ongoing illustration project which started in 2009 inspired by the idea of unnatural perfection. By drawing animals with plenty of detail and modifying their lack of symmetry using computer, one can create monsters which, on the other hand, turn to be visually balanced and aesthetically attractive.” — Adrià de Yzaguirre

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visit Adrià de Yzaguirre’s website and tumblr for more…

Adrià de Yzaguirre | drawing

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  • 12.05.2013
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Raymond Biesinger is a self-taught illustrator based in Montreal, Canada, who spent a very long time in that country’s west. He likes concepts, making music, progressive politics and a curious mix of minimalism and maximalism. He deploys physical things, electronic means, and a BA in European and North American political history to make his images, and has done so since the year 2000 in over 1200 projects on four continents.”

[above: MISC.MONOCLE SPOTS]

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PHIL & SEBASTIAN COFFEE ROASTERS

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"this crest is one dozen feet wide and stuck to the wall of Phil & Sebastian’s Marda Loop shop in Calgary. Within it are two dozen symbols representing everything from the founders’ foundational coffee soujourn to South America to roast profiles and bean competitions. At bottom: the original (very popular) P&S stand."

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NOTHING MAJOR

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"a combination of Marlena Dietrich’s legs in fishnets and a broken North Korean T-34 tank just might be a metaphor for the bankrupcy but attractiveness of violence. Put out as a four-colour tee shirt by an offshoot of Pitchfork called Nothing Major in the summer of 2011, art direction by Michael Renaud."

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AN EDMONTON CIVIC CREST

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"this is a simple trace and mangle of the actual Edmonton crest. ‘Industry,’ ‘integrity’ and ‘progress’ were ditched for the first three toilet words imagined. The rifle was original, but removing the pioneer’s head and putting it in Minerva’s arm was not, as well as replacing the hunter’s head with a Soviet flag (re: ‘Redmonton’) and Minerva losing her book of knowledge. Other changes? All are explained right here. Has been deployed as shirts, prints, stickers, and tattoos.”

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CITY OF OTTAWA ON 7 MAY 1945

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VILLE DE MONTREAL 27 APRIL 1967

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VILLE DE QUEBEC ON 3 JULY 2008

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CITY OF TORONTO ON 26 JUNE 1976

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WARSAW ON 1 AUGUST 1944

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PRINT

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Print gave me six full pages in their Oct. 2012 issue to fill with a visual essay on the theme “international.” The result: a personification of the NATO, Coca-Cola, the Koreas, the UN, increasingly stateless graphic artists, the USSR, the Freemasons, and TICA (the International Cat Association).”

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Europe 1919 Game Board Map

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"This is a one-colour silkscreened map of Europe circa 1919, made to be simply viewed or played as if it was the classic Risk board game. It’s mostly geographically and historically accurate, and I was happy to put my BA to use making it in early 2007 and revising it in late 2011. The board enjoys 106 squares and 21 national bonus areas. Also included: 112 different pre-cut country cards on cardstock.

Why 1919? It’s when Europe was shell-shocked and decentralized. France, Germany and Britain were spent. Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Hungary, Turkey, etc. were in different kinds of revolution (some successful, some not). Seemed a nice year to express the backstabbing, chaotic tumult of a game like Risk, no? Also, note that you can find an in-depth interview about the game and peripheral topics right here.”

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HOW ILLUSTRATIONS ARE MADE

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"the 18x24" silkscreened print isn’t just paper and ink in an edition of 100. No, it’s studio visit by you to any illustrator in the world. It’s a tour not just of the desirable, creative, parts of the studio (which are actually just a fraction of the clock’s face) but one from tip to tail showing all the unsexy billing, researching, toiling, incinerating, etc. This is how illustrations are made.

Contents include: an observatory, life preserver, lightbulb, anti-stylistic theft defence system, photocopier, hidden shame, a globe, paint, misc. art supplies, watercolours, infinite toil, a sketch incinerator, literacy, scheduling, cash flow, budgeting, shaking down deadbeat clients, telephone negotiations, a computer zone, photo reference studio, reference library (with canon of saints), a timeclock, the illustrator him/herself, booze distractions, minding the copyrights, an input of coffee, ink reservoir, a locked entryway, a stairwell, shipping room with flatfile, and a stunted little domestic life. Look familiar?”

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visit Raymond Biesinger’s website for more …

Raymond Biesinger | illustration

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  • 05.11.2013
  • 72 Notes