Hello! I collect tons of inspiration and plug color palettes, ideas, and emotions from them into my work. You can get a feel for my comics work by following my favorite images from around the internet.

See my illustrations at
www.jeremywinslife.com

Merry Christmas, happy holidays! I have some new illustrations since my last post on The Bygone Bureau, written by Bridey Lee, inspired by both Christmas and Travis Bickle from Taxi Driver.  And two posts on Bushwick Daily, written by Frances Gill and Dr. Lisa Levy respectfully. The two images became a series, and maybe I’ll get to complete it with a third. Enjoy your holidays and vacations!

makesomethingsuper:

I made an illustration of beautiful ballerina dancing. I wish I could make this a pattern for a shirt. 

I love this so much. 

makesomethingsuper:

I made an illustration of beautiful ballerina dancing. I wish I could make this a pattern for a shirt. 

I love this so much. 

Banksy’s been gone, but you can still go see some of his pieces at these locations.
This comic first appeared on Bushwick Daily. 

Banksy’s been gone, but you can still go see some of his pieces at these locations.

This comic first appeared on Bushwick Daily

Alvin and the Comedians
My buddies at Broken Comedy (Nimesh Patel, Michael Che, and Mike Denny) have their anniversary…View Post

Alvin and the Comedians

My buddies at Broken Comedy (Nimesh Patel, Michael Che, and Mike Denny) have their anniversary…

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Some illustrations from Bushwick Daily! Together in one place!View Post

Some illustrations from Bushwick Daily! Together in one place!

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Big TunaDid this fish for a commission! I’ve been looking forward to doing it. Inspired a little bit by…View Post

Big Tuna

Did this fish for a commission! I’ve been looking forward to doing it. Inspired a little bit by…

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scottlava:

“You can fool me, but you cannot fool Ernest Hemingway!”

One of my top 5 movies gets the Scott C treatment. 

scottlava:

You can fool me, but you cannot fool Ernest Hemingway!”

One of my top 5 movies gets the Scott C treatment. 

popsiclegun:

emigennis:

One more quick SPX note before I drive to the airport — a while back I drew a short, fictional story for an end-of-the-world themed anthology called, “THE END, OH WELL.” It looks like the book is finally done and will be debuting at SPX! It was edited by the venerable Luis Echavarría Uribe. Check out that lineup - holy shit, it’s going to be great. 

Whoa hey, that’s me! I didn’t even know this had come out! Surprise!

I’m in a book with my friends! Pick it up at SPX everyone!

comixology:

5 Questions With Brandon Graham 
We put Eisner nominated creator Brandon Graham in the hot seat with quesitons about his experience as nominee this year. The answers may surprise you. Read more to find out

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New Eisner illustrations LIVE at the all new comiXology UNBOUND tumblr. MORE to come this week. 

comixology:

5 Questions With Brandon Graham 

We put Eisner nominated creator Brandon Graham in the hot seat with quesitons about his experience as nominee this year. The answers may surprise you. Read more to find out

Read More

New Eisner illustrations LIVE at the all new comiXology UNBOUND tumblr. MORE to come this week. 

I’m sick of not having the courage to be an absolute nobody.

J.D. Salinger (via razorshapes)

First ever #humblebrag?

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ianbrooks:

Editorials by Victo Ngai

The artistic engine that we call Victo Ngai continues to power some of the most powerfully vibrant and electrically surreal art that’s not only scalding hot to the touch, but also capable of making you slow down and admire the clockwork mechanics underneath the hood. High quality giclee prints are available over at Victo’s website: victo-ngai

Artist: Behance / Tumblr / Twitter

Goooosh…. Victo…

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 I never post anything from TV shows. But this Parks and Rec scene was TOO stupid. 

 I never post anything from TV shows. But this Parks and Rec scene was TOO stupid. 

luke-pearson:

My cover for The New Yorker’s Journeys issue

luke-pearson:

My cover for The New Yorker’s Journeys issue

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If you are sympathetic to the VFX industry and all those working in it, please change your profile pics to this image. 

If you are sympathetic to the VFX industry and all those working in it, please change your profile pics to this image. 

Jeff Boyes

Jeff Boyes