Archive for July, 2010

Now that Toy Story 3 is in theaters, Nate Wragg, one of Pixar‘s illustrators has released some character design illustrations and sketches he worked on for the film. Mr. Pricklepants was one of the first characters Nate Wragg had the chance to work on. When he first came on to the show, he was assigned [...]

Jeffrey Richter studied drawing, painting, printmaking, figure drawing, design, and business of art at the East Central College in Union, MO. Here are some examples of his surrealistic artworks…

When an English gentleman and inventor, George (Rod Taylor), invites four high society friends over for dinner, his friends ponder his tardiness. Ms. Watchett (Doris Lloyd), George’s housemaid, announces that a handwritten note from George informs that they should head to the dining room and start dinner without him. After they sit down and start [...]

Russian artists Vasily Kandinsky (1866–1944) and Kazimir Malevich (1878–1935), considered two of the pioneers of abstraction, separately explored a geometric vocabulary during the course of their careers. Malevich is recognized for his circa 1914 invention of Suprematism, an abstract style expressing universal truths through the interrelationship of color and geometric forms. On the other hand, [...]

Star Wars fans pay attention. You can now get a piece of the Dark Side…with these unique Darth Vader Helmets that are currently up for auction. Pop surrealist, graffiti, tattoo, lowbrow, comic and underground artists Shag, Marc Ecko, Amanda Visell, Tim Biskup, J. Otto Seibold, Gary Baseman, Joe Ledbetter, and Jeff Soto, among others, paid [...]

We have recently added a new feature to the Gilbert Musings website. Chatting! It is easy and quick to sign-up. You will notice it on the bottom right hand side of the site page. You can be chatting (Facebook-style) with me or other site guests in minutes. Discuss art, something we posted, films, books, the [...]

A preteen-aged housefly named Nat and his two best friends, I.Q. and Scooter, stow away on the Apollo 11 and journey into space for a trip to the moon. Fly Me to the Moon is a Belgian CGI animated 3D feature film that was the first animated movie created for 3D. Directed by Ben Stassen, it has an [...]

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