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  • Linger On
    Linger On is a handwritten fairly rough brush script. It’s equipped with some OpenType features and an extra set of the most commonly used letters. It also includes lines and endings for you to have m […]

Nanamee

  • Fax Paper Vector by Eric
    Eye bending pattern, delightful polka dots, nature inspired texture, lines, spots, grit, grime, accidents of the happy variety, excessive toner, and exhausting detail. This vector file is sure to plea […]

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The work of Gianmarco Magnani

Stumbled across this portfolio today, which contains some interesting and well done illustration work by Gianmarco Magnani. There are also prints available for purchase on the site as well.

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Here is a nice little Vimeo vid we were told to checkout this week. It features one of our favorites, Milton Glaser, doing a sketch and chatting away. A great break for your daily wonderings.

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While somewhat in the genre of todays “hipster” drawing style, the work of Josh Kenyon is still mega hot.

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The Profile of Mike Perry

Tell us a bit about your background, and the disciplines and media your work comprises. I was born in Missouri the son of Diane and Rick Perry in a typical suburban setting. My parents got divorced and then at the age of 14 we moved to Kansas where my back yard was miles of open land. […]

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The Profile of Steven Harrington
Tell us a bit about your background, and the disciplines and media your work comprises. Like most kids, I started drawing and painting around the age of four or five. I can remember building and painting clay dinosaur sculptures in the 2nd grade with my classmates; handprint paintings were one of my […]

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The Profile of James Paterson
What are you working on? I was away for three months in New Zealand on an extended surfing – drawing trip and filled a couple of sketchbooks. I have been back for a couple of weeks so far and am just sifting through all of the new material and making stuff […]

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The Profile of Geoff McFetridge

What is your favorite project to date and why (2006)? I think maybe the titles I did for a Chocolate skateboards video years ago (1994-5?). It was one of the first things I ever did for them. I drew silhouettes of characters on the computer, then cut molds from the drawings. I then went to […]

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