Supernatural gothic comics with vivid lighting and masterful use of black.
Needlefelts and miniatures which make invertebrates and anatomy adorable.
Pastel animations of bug-eyed, Boschian creatures in surrealist landscapes. Feels like folk art from a nonexistent culture.
You've heard of this guy. Bold brushwork. Dynamic pastel landscapes and portraits in nonliteral color.
Pioneer of the ligne claire style. Everything is simple, but beautifully real. I began drawing by tracing Tintin books.
Comic artist who made a game you may have heard of. Liquidy, loose, surreal drawings with themes teetering between horror and childish fun.
Angular, organic lines with heavy stylization and not a right angle in sight. Fantastic watercolors, too.
Wonderfully realized fantasy worlds with a lot of texture. If Kafka did friendly children's illustrations, maybe.
Webcomic artist. The marriage of western and anime comic styles results in crazily expressive characters.
Sarah Jolley - James Dye - KC Green - Tracy Jacks - Grimharlequin - Mazatland - ReallyHardyDraws - Jhonen Vasquez - Ming Doyle - ThisNorthernBoy - Scott Wegner
(Artists with their own blurb are artists who were directly formative to my art style or I've tried to emulate; artists below are just people who do cool work that you might want to check out.)