Rik Allen

Fun Spacecraft sculptures from Rik Allen.

Carl Kleiner

A series of very creative photos from Carl Kleiner, styled by Evelina Bratell, showcases the ingredients of recipes for the IKEA baking book “Homemade is Best.”

Michael Cho

I can’t get enough of Michael Cho’s great line work, compositions and limited color choices. This  portrait is timely, with the Captain America: The First Avenger movie in production.

Methane Studios

Methane Studios got its start in 1998 when Mark McDevitt and Robert Lee formed a partnership to produce silk screen posters for the East Atlanta club The Echo Lounge that featured some of the best independent bands in the late 1990’s. Today they exist as a two man studio creating package designs, logos, and posters.

The HeArt of Papercuts

Visit artist Elsa Mora’s site for her amazing technique, details and visual concepts.

Mike Mignola

As a huge fan of Mike Mignola’s work, I look forward to seeing his latest sculpture translation hit the streets.

Ashley Wood

Ashley Wood creates beautiful paintings and also translates his work nicely into 3D statues.

Lee Misenheimer

Rich and intriguing monochromatic drawings by Lee Misenheimer.

Inappropriate Office Behavior

This video serves as a cautionary tale in preparation for all the upcoming holiday office parties.

The Illusionist

The Illusionist rounds out a week of animation highlights. Directed by Sylvain Chomet with an original screenplay by Jacques Tati.


Creepy fun from director Rodrigo Blaas.

Michihiro Matsuoka

Incredible sculpture work from Michihiro Matsuoka combining animals and machinery.

Benjamin Lacombe

Due out in November, Benjamin Lacombe’s “Once Upon a Time…” fairy tale pop up book is sure to be sought by collectors.

Monk Jagger

But I’ve been bit and I’ve been tossed around
By every she-rat in this town 
Have you, babe?
Well, I am just a monkey man 
I’m glad you are a monkey woman too.

-Mick Jagger/Monkey Man

Just added to the monkey section of the Etsy shop: Mick Jagger as a rock and roll chimp.

Literary Pets

Think you know your famous literature? Take the “Literary Pets” quiz!
(Answers below)

  1. What author was famed for creating the epic struggle between Captain A. Lab and “Moby Poodle,” the great white lap dog?
  2. This writer’s play, “Pugmalion,”  was later musically adapted to “My Fair Labradoodle.”
  3. Considered one of the greatest authors of fantasy and science fiction, this writer is known for such classics as “The Illustrated Dog” and “Something Wagging This Way Comes.”
  4. Famed author of “Fancy Feast at Tiffany’s” and was a childhood friend of Harpurr Lee.

Learn more about these author’s lives and great works included in the entire set of 24 cards titled Literary Pets 2, the second volume of famous literary luminaries as cats and dogs. Each card measures 2 1/4″ x 4″ on sturdy 14 pt.cover stock and presents a full color portrait on one side with biographical information on the reverse. Card sets and individual signed portrait prints available in the Etsy shop.

Click here for more info and to shop.

Answers to the quiz:

1.Bloodhound author of dark romanticism, Herman Smellville 2. George St. Bernard Shaw 3. Stray Bradbury 4. Truman Catpote

Sarah Joncas

The work of Ontario-based artist Sarah Joncas generates interesting visual narratives with a rich color palette.

Mike Worrall

Mike Worrall has been painting since the early 1960’s and claims he is almost entirely self taught.  He concentrates his subject matter towards exploring the subconscious with an appreciation of Paul Delvaux and Max Ernst amongst others.

Don Kenn

Don Kenn’s work makes me imagine an alternate universe where Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are” is instead written by H.P. Lovecraft and illustrated by Edward Gorey. Don’s vision and execution is wonderfully creepy.

Happy Labor Day

Tire Sculptures

Recycled art in the form of used tire pieces.