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FIRST FLOWER 2

Jacob van Loon (behance / facebook) - "An open-ended series intended as visual elaborations of "How Flowers Changed the World", a chapter in Nature Writer Loren Eiseley’s early book "The Immense Journey".  The forms, shaped by Eiseley’s insights and musings are paired with an aesthetic driven by scientific illustration, botanical plates and elements of graphic design".

(via chadwys)

FLORA & FAUNA

Illustrated set by Jacob van Loon (facebook / tumblr + coalblack)

Initially stemmed from linework samples created for a previous client, “Flora” was the platform and basis for “Fauna” (see more), a set of ink illustrations inspired by a synthesis of organic material. Some areas of each panel more clearly express the form of chard, tobacco,  and rhubarb, where as other areas were influenced by muscle tissue (living and dead), gristle, and bone. Each panel was given the respective title, however that distribution may be subject to some interchangeability.

Loose Germs | David Waters  ”Mr. Skull”

Mathias Nösel - The Kabel Font

Royal Studio - Wishes & Desires

Behance | tumblr

Artist DASHA PLISKA - HAZE

Artist Linza - black/dot

devidsketchbook-art:

Michael Molloy - GASOLINE RAINBOWS

(via whereart)

Thomas Robson - The Inner Man Always Will Out.

FAILURE IS THE BEST ENCOURAGEMENT by INDUR

Tatiana Plakhova - BIOSPHERE | Botanic

ANDY GILMORE - ICON magazine

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Flora / Fauna (diptych)| Serigraph (from original) | 18x24in | 2011

Jacob van Loon 

Expect a reprisal this year.

Behance

The Rabbit by Alec Goss

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