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Eepmon

This site - eepmon - has been languishing in my "To do" list for a while. I keep meaning to post just how great the imagery on this site is, but then find myself staring at a pile of work in my inbox and getting sidetracked. Eepmon is the portfolio of Eric Sze-Lang Chan whose work spans many creative disciplines. All of it is cracking stuff, but (obviously) I'm drawn most to his printed work. As ever
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Sarah J Coleman

I found Sarah's work after receiving an email from her to promote her site. She produces illustrations and "lettering" - wonderful hand-drawn letterforms in a loose calligraphic style. Although her work isn't something I could use in my day job if I ever found myself on a less macho publication I'd be sure to commission her. Her images are full of energy and vigour. illustration
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Inch by Inch

James Starr produces some excellent screenprint inspired illustrations, mainly due to the fact that he's a screenprinter. His portfolio site Inch by Inch Design is chocablock full of top work. He's also appeared in issue 7 of WPT Poker. illustration
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Delicious illustration

I've been keeping my bookmarks on del.icio.us for a good while now. I've been on a bit of a splurge lately so I'm linking you to my illustration tags to show you some of the artists that have caught my eye recently. James Mayall (artwork left) is the latest addition to the bunch and is quite a find. illustration
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The Boy Fitz Hammond

Its about time I blogged up Mr Hammond for your consideration. TBFH (as he's known to his mates) is an extremely prolific crayonist producing work for a huge variety of clients - me being one of 'em. His style is very unique with a penchant for sagging breasts and flacid willies. I think he's the only illustrator that I've accepted work from that sports a subliminal spurting cock in it! Don't worry,
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Little People

This is a great little project that a lot of blogs and sites are picking up on: Little People. It shows some great tiny sculptures of people going about there business in London. These are then placed in the environment they are mimicing. Not exactly sure I've ever seen a commuter being attacked by a hungry fly before (but its a great pic). You need to click on the pics to see a larger scale photo
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Scott Hansen

This is quite an old image of Scott Hansen's that I love. It appeared as a cover image for Computer Arts magazine back in 2005. However its an image that really stuck in my mind. Unfortunately his site is in Flash so I can't link you straight to it. Just navigate to his print section and its near the end of the top row of boxes. Anyway its great when you know someones thought, "I know, I'll stick
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Sam Gilbey update

Sam has updated his portfolio site with new images and a brand spanking new site design. He's gone for the hot pink and charcoal look - very smart. As ever the site is bursting with hot images and websites (he's a web designer too!). illustration
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The Pillboy 100

Gavin Strange's pet project "Pillboy" has reached the magic number of 100 contributions (and rising). I might just have to have a go. Gavin seems to be going from strength to strength, with lots of top bods asking him to take part in projects and collaborations. All well earned in my opinion. Find out more on his blog... illustration
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David Lyttleton

I've lost count of the amount of times I've asked this guy to produce work for me. I first used him when I started on Internet Works about eight years ago. Back then David sent his work through by post. It was great getting such a big package from the postie because in those days David did everything on artboard using acrylics. Yes, a real painting that we had to get scanned. Since then David has made
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