My pal Bob Knetzger says:
I'm guessing you love old school illustrators and hearing about them as much as I do, so I think you'll really like the winter 2013 issue of Illustration magazine (number 40).
There's a low res previews here (you can't read it but you can view thumbnails of the cool art).
Check out the article on Bruce Minney, great "manly" illustrator of men's mags, paperbacks and ads -- with snarling rats, blazing guns, menacing Nazis and, of course, plenty of gals with va-va-voom!
Illustration #40: Edwin Austin Abbey, Bruce Minney, and More.
Artist and photographer Adam Makarenko creates miniature exoplanets and then photographs them, with gorgeous results that go beyond CGI.
Lorraine Andrusiak couldn’t get a new Ikea Moppe dresser in Canada, but she found this one in a thrift store, marred by a thick, ugly coat of paint; so she stripped the paint, transferred vintage sea-monster art with graphite paper, and burned the decorations into the wood — the result is gorgeous.
Americans have corn mazes, and in Japan, the town of Inakadate has rice paddy art. By planting several strains of rice in the same field, they create these colorful images, like this Star Wars scene. Bonus: the latest Godzilla art. • STAR WARS Inakadate Tambo Art (YouTube / Satoshi.K via)
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