Q&A: Wilmer Murillo

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I came across Wilmer Murillo’s work while browsing flickr and have looked forward to his updates ever since I marked him as a contact. Check out the gallery section of his site to get a good feel for his stuff.

I hit up Wilmer with a quick Q&A, so click below to check that out.

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Chris Gray Design

chris gray graphic design

Chris Gray is a designer from Manchester, England how works under the name We Shall See. He has some great design and photography projects on his site and I’m really into his simple illustration style.

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Kevin Cyr

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I came across this via It’s Nice That and had to post it here! I for some reason have a strange fascination with cityscapes and old rustic cars, and miscellaneous piles of junk.. I cant help but to snap a pic most of the time I come across a the stuff, I cant explain it! This guy doesn’t paint piles of junk, but paints old trucks that have been exposed to harsh urban environments, old store fronts, and RV’s. his paintings are spot on, I would love to get my hands on one for sure! Not only does he paint, but he is also a very clever builder! check out the Camper cart!! sweet!

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ANDY KEHOE

Check out some rad illustrations by Andy Kehoe HERE.

MARCUS WALTERS

Just spent a good amount of time poking around Marcus Walters’ site. Its full of rad illustrations and artwork.

Check it out HERE.

An Awesome Book!

Dallas Clayton An Awesome Book

An Awesome Book is a kids book from Dallas Clayton and as he puts it “it’s better than any book that’s ever existed”. You can see the whole book here, but keep reading for a preview and a wonderful video from Dallas Clayton himself!

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Dust La Rock

Dust La Rock

Joshua Prince aka Dust La Rock is a Brooklyn based designer who is the illustrating fource behind Fools Gold Record.

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GRAIN EDIT

Grain Edit is a site that I’ve bookmarked recently, which is a nice illustration based blog. They focus on design work from the 50’s to the 70’s, as well as current designers who have similar styles to that time period.

They are also having a contest right now where you can win some sweet stuff, fairly easily. Check that out HERE.