ISO50 posted a great, detailed step-by-step of his “Progress” poster, created for Obama’s fund-raising efforts. The guy is meticulous and talented with textures and color!
We are headed to California at the end of the month, and I have found the perfect accessory to match my BoardShorts! (Jules will probably be wearing something more conservative.) Does Black Light work with my Nip-Glo? YES! YES! YES! On the NEON NIP-GLO. Your already colorful NEON Nip-Glo will thrive in black light! Walk […]
This is amazing to go through: an international index of hundreds of covers of H.G. Wells’ iconic book! I love seeing the various interpretations different artists have; some go purely typographic, some give small, subtle hints to the story and themes, while others basically make it so you get everything just from the cover. Via […]
Here’s the full, first series, as mentioned last week. Picking 4 cities we plan to visit in the near future, I made little 3″ x 4 1/2″ watercolor paintings of each. I shall do more soon; Lord nows there are a number more cities on this list!
Just a little project I’ve been working on. The above is a painting of the Sensō-ji Temple in Tokyo, Japan. This weekend is a travel one, so I shall post pictures of the completed pieces next week. Have a fabulous weekend!
Incredible photos! The above (one of my favorites) is of a dust storm over Mali, Sahara Desert. Via Dark Roasted Blend
Poking around the New York Times website, I was so inspired by these two articles. Mystery on Fifth Avenue When Steven B. Klinsky and Maureen Sherry hired Eric Clough to renovate their Fifth Ave. apartment they knew they had brought on a smart designer. But, when Klinsky made an offhanded request about hiding a poem […]