Myneandyours – Print Sale for Amar Foundation

“My friends at Drawdeck and I have released ‘We Bleed As One’ as a print edition tackling the idea of treating humanity as one, and the importance of empathy. We are donating all the proceeds from the remaining sales of the edition in support of AMAR’s work. This is your chance to help be a part of the solution and own a Myneandyours print of your own. We urge you to pick up a print, and help us work towards a peaceful future.” Myneandyours. More info and images after the jump!

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Ivan Dixon and Paul Robertson – Simpsons Pixels

Animators Ivan Dixon and Paul Robertson recently made a number of animated GIFs featuring all of our favourite Simpsons characters bouncing around. On top of the funky little loops, the duo hooked up with musician Jeremy Dower to created an 8-bit version of our favourite cartoon intro. Watch the video after the jump!

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Jose Mertz – Various Illustrations

Jose Mertz is a artist and image maker based in Miami, Fl. His creative area of interest range from traditional drawing and painting to graphic & product design. He focuses on pushing an experimental original style with inspirations coming from Ancient Civilizations, Science Fiction, Eastern Philosophy, Dreams, Myth & the Super Natural. Embracing multimedia, his work has also been incorporated in graphic teeshirts, prints, stickers, installations & several other platforms that mend well with his personal imagery.

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Chow Hon Lam – Part Time Job

Chow Hon Lam is an artist and designer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia who creates awesome (and almost “adorable”) graphic work for t-shirts and digitally. In the series entitled “Part Time Job,” Lam’s created a series of designs where comic book characters utilize their superhuman skills to benefit them in their everyday work.

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Karol Banach – Winter Illustrations

Karol Banach is an illustrator based in Torun, Poland currently attending Nicolaus Copernicus University for graphic design. Banach creates incredibly fun yet intricate surreal drawings that incorporate pop culture symbolism.

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Justin Guenet – A Premise for Ottro

One of our closest and dearest friends Justin Guenet has just released his second graphic novel under the name of “A Premise for Ottro.” The previous being titled “The Odderside.” Go grab it ONLINE if you can and if you’re in Montreal attend the launch party. More pics after they jump!

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Etienne Lavie – OMG Who Stole My Ads?

French artist Etienne Lavie brilliantly revisits art and advertising in his series “OMG Who Stole My Ads?” In this series we can imagine our current day landscape which is littered with corporate advertising, now replaced with beautiful works of classical art.

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