Callum Russell is a London-based artist who works on hand-cut paper illustrations. His images are characterized by strong contrasts and large shadows areas which design patterns and textures. The subject are usually street scenes, interior of train stations and bridges with silhouettes of passers-by merging in the building shadows. The refined technique produces images which look somehow out-of-time which may echo far away styles and aesthetics like that of Frank Miller comics or of traditional Japanese woodblock printing.
And, while waiting for UNDERTOW#3 to come out - CHECK THIS OUT!
Some of the nastiest, creepiest original comic pages EVER! Smelling of cheap Russian chicory, drenched with sweat, blood & tears of poor Artyom Trakhanov, toiling his dream to be in American comics - only at COMICONART! %) Get this cheap slav shit IMMEDIATELY!
ISSUES #1 and #2 are on SALE!
(just kidding, of course. My pages are pretty bloodless! Mostly. I think.)
jrobsonphotography Great semi abstract image. There’s a really visceral abstract quality to this image that I love. Pardon the pun, but i really want to dive in and explore the image, work it out and set it straight. There is also something joyful here, I feel like there is a smile hidden on the face of this person that they are secretly sharing. Great image.
Self portrait of the artist under and out of water