At The Cat’s Pajamas, Jessica shares an art assignment: For my art class we had to come up with a commentary to explore and create 12 pieces based around this written statement. I’ve been working on it since September and I’m really excited that it’s finally all done! It’s pretty neat seeing everything come together [...]
I first met Sam at Tumblr, where I immediately was attracted to the dark yet whimsical works… Mr. Gerald Beaufort, the rat, making plans to break in: A robot suicide: A dog who finds scary movies too scary: But Sam, it turns out, is more known for his role as The Otter Keeper, the creator [...]
Paul Richmond (whose upcoming exhibit, Cheesecake, will be opening in June at the Center on Halsted in Chicago) explores the path of his own identity and sexuality in his paintings. Prints and original paintings available at Etsy — and there’s a book of his works, with text, titled Ins & Outs: A Collection. (Via A [...]
This vintage art deco print of zebras is signed “May” and it’s still in the original faux bamboo rimmed frame. I can’t tell from this photo if this vintage print is from an illustration or a painting; but I really love it!
Just think, you could keep the glow of fireflies in a jar forever with these adorable postcards and note card sets (with envelopes) featuring the latest felt and needlework designs by Melissa Crowe of Checkout Girl. Image copyright Melissa Crowe of LittlePinkHouse.
I believe this work by Marc Brunier aka Mister M is a print made from a woodcut; I love how the lines define the musculature, defining the anatomy as well as sense of direction, if not action. The artist recently had a showing of his works in Poland — and I’m utterly intrigued with the [...]
Marisa Haedike of Creative Thursday makes whimsical works, often selling not only the originals, but prints, dishes and even night lights. If you see a character you adore, you can also commission the artist to make a clay sculpture piece, like darling Frannie here.