MONA LISA OVERDRIVE; BLEAK HOUSES OF THE HOLY: JOHNNY ROTTEN MEETS JOHNNY MNEMONIC AS WE LOOK AT SOME NEW FACES IN THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF WEIRD ILLUSTRATION (PHOTOGRAPHS)

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Top: 'Jimi Hendrix' and 'Censorship: Sensory Regulation,' computer illustrations by Eric Schwinn, a '95 Maryland Institute College of Art grad now living in New York. Above: a personal piece by Megan Berkheiser of Voorhees, N.J., who attended the University of the Arts in Philadelphia

A closeup of a piece byBrooklyn, N.Y.'s Mitch Greenblatt, a veteran set designer from 'Pee-wee's Playhouse' who's now focusing on dimensional illustrations, like this sculpture for BMG Music39

Another multimedia illustration from New Jersey-based Megan Berkheiser

New York's Rich Borge recently gave up a teaching career to devote his time to illustration, picking up assignments like this 3-D image for a Mute Records album called 'Armed Audio Warfare,' by Meat Beat Manifesto

Luba Lukova moved here four years ago from Bulgaria and regularly contributes to The New York Times Book Review. This is a poster sketch commissioned for the Living Theater's play 'Anarchia'

Columbus, Ohio-based, Alex McDaniel creates poignant watercolors as well as organic sci-fi imagery, like this piece he calls 'The Balloons,' inspired by a mix of Maxfield Parrish and the Taj Mahal

A piece by Carly Delong, a recent grad of the Academy of Art College in San

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