Jewelry is art that is worn. It’s been around since cavemen first started giving bone necklaces and Hallrock cards to their cavewomen sweethearts on Valentine’s Day. The word jewelry is derived from the word jewel, which was Anglicised from the Old French “jouel” back the 13th century. If you look even further back, it derives [...]
Animated short made by Sascha Ciezata titled “When Lynch Met Lucas‘, using audio of David Lynch telling the story of when he met George Lucas, about possibly directing Return of The Jedi. This was shot entirely with a iPhone 3G using the iMotion app. Gets an A and a B for brilliant, for doing it [...]
Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight amazing artworks utilizing graphic design, illustration techniques, photography or computer graphics, that we find for your viewing pleasure. This edition we highlight Circus and Sideshows. Enjoy!
A man takes on a whale of a project in Moby Dick. ‘One Drawing for Every Page of Moby Dick’ is a project Matt Kish (seen in photo to the left) started in August 2009, after getting the inspiration from seeing artist Zak Smith make an illustration for every page of Thomas Pynchon’s novel ‘Gravity [...]
(If you don’t have telescopic vision, the text balloon below says: “I am a Vegan, I only drink organic fruit and vegetable juice. I haven’t had blood since I saw that Cave Crisis show back in 2000. People try to give me a hard time about it, but look at these fangs… Obviously, we evolved [...]
Paul Chatem schooled at the Kansas City Art Institute, currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles area. His most recently exhibition titled “Death of the BigHead” just wrapped up on February 27, 2010 at the C.A.V.E Gallery in Venice, CA. Vintage circus sideshow advertisements come to mind while Paul Chatem’s illustrations prove bizarre is beautiful. [...]
With Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland being releases in theaters this Friday, it is fitting to have a listen to Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit”, whose lyrics mirror the fantasy trippyness of the book. Believe it or not, this song first came to my attention when I heard it at the end of the movie ‘The [...]