João Lavieri

December 30, 2009 by

I’m in possession of an internet-art-boner for this guy.

visit his flickr stream to see more work, or his website.


Dmitry Izotov

December 25, 2009 by

I’ve been happily following the work of Russian illustrator Dmitry Izotov via livejournal for years.

Izotov’s work can also be found on The Behance Network.

felipe cifuentes

December 24, 2009 by

i just got a message on flickr from this dude who thought my stuff was great. and i was flattered. then i went to his photostream…. and felt embarrassed to have received such kind words from someone THIS AMAZING…

i HIGHLY recommend checking out his flickr photostream.

sorry for the fine art-y stuff, but i had to. I HAD TO.

Jeremy Geddes is hot shit.

December 17, 2009 by



Stephen Gammell

December 17, 2009 by

there is a certain book that i had when i was a kid, and i friggen loved it. it was a bunch of scary stories with, what i remember being, the BEST illustrations. every few years, i wonder what it was called, what the drawings looked like, and what ever happened to it. today, i was poking around a second hand store and guess what i found?

the book was called scary stories 3, more takes to chill your bones, written by alvin schwartz and illustrated by stephen gammell. and holy balls, is he ever good. also, i’m pretty sure it gave me nightmares…

i cant seem to find a site, but here’s a bunch of images in google

Evan Levin

November 12, 2009 by

so i guess twitter is good for something else than just wasting a hell of a lot of time, because i found THIS DUDE there.
he’s pretty much the awesome-est. what’s better than gigantic oil paintings of strange dudes with peg legs and melted play dough faces?


check his site out HERE, and make sure you check out his drawings section too, it’s pretty much kickass.

Charmaine Verhagen

October 6, 2009 by

I’m totally digging the drawings and doodles of Charmaine Verhagen. Check out her art blog and her flickr stream!

Ivan Ivanov-Vano

October 1, 2009 by

There’s something very magical and unique about Russian animation in general, and the work of Ivan Ivanov-Vano in particular. Inspired by classical opera, and utilizing two dimensional stop-motion animation, he created some incredibly stirring short films. He was also a big influence on (and mentor of) Yuri Norstein, another of my favorites.

this has nothing to do with art, but…

September 19, 2009 by
if kanye said it, it MUST be true

if kanye said it, it MUST be true

sweet moses

Look at all the pretty colours!

September 13, 2009 by

Whoops, Britt, your nationality is showing. Anyways, this is a little bit of a tangent, but I’m totally in love with this thing by the idée labs. It searches photos on flickr according to the colours you choose.
multicolr idee