Often we like the things we could/would find ourselves doing. For example, these stacked totems of colors and shapes by Pica Pica.
As was twittered last week, we got in a few new IDEA Magazines and they are (per usual from IDEA) all amazing. Page by page of the kind of stuff you’ll drool over, shake your head, and say “WOOOOOOOOOWW.” I mean, Emil Ruder? Herb Lubalin? C’mon! Go pick them up.
UbuWeb is a completely independent resource dedicated to all strains of the avant-garde, ethnopoetics, and outsider arts.
If you’ve ever seen Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, or been to Disneyland then you’re already familiar with the work of Mary Blair. One of my favorite illustrators and a personal favorite of Mr. Disney check out a treasure trove of her illustrations here.
Behance just published a new working tool that helps manage your projects both online, mobile and off. It is based on their books with the same name… the Action Method. A great tool for those who have to keep a lot of tasks organized.
Hard to believe the world is in global economic turmoil when you have people like Merijin Hos aka Bfree around. All kinds of lovely work over at his website such as drawings, installations, childrens books and even a video spot for YO GABBA GABBA. Dreamy!
Noticed some updates from those smoke-in-the-forest people, HELMO. Love the Jazzdor stuff.
Lettercutting — a grand job, the grandest in the world. What could be better? If you’ve never cut letters in a good piece of stone, with hammer and chisel, you can’t know. MyFonts interviews Eric Gill for April installment of Creative Characters feature. How lucky are we in this era of typographic design to have…
Wonderful conversation with Adrian Shaughnessy & Michael C. Place available for download & view that tells a bit of the story behind Build and tDR among other things such as process and the hustle involved. Via the Build blog of course :-)
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