Cool spooky recyclying from Beto Janz. He’s customized used and broken skateboard decks to produce this great collection of skull art.
Daniel Danger’s work combines elements of mystery and atmosphere to create stories appropriately told around a campfire at night.
It’s that time of year to pause and appreciate the many creative forms of Halloween pumpkin carving. See more at Super Punch.
Artist Shuichi Nakano’s series of paintings place giant animals among the buildings of urban Japan.
Enjoyable compositions, subject matters and color schemes from Cleveland-based illustrator Dante Terzigni.
Check out more paper craft goodness from Manchester artist Helen Musselwhite.
Check out this collection of great graphics. What better canvas to work with than this classic VW bus.
Here’s a clever collection of visuals inspired by articles of clothing that are key to a movie’s theme and identity.
The folks over at Studio On Fire offer both design and letterpress printing services. The image selected shows examples of their 2010 letterpress calendar.
Giant Episode 2 Sun from Celine&Yann.
I’ve got two words for you… Yum Yum!
Franco Brambilla’s ability to transform the world of vintage travel postcards into eerie, mysterious and many times humorous tableaus of science fiction amazes me.
Peter Chan’s work is a wonderful blend of mystery, humor and magic.
Dream-like imagery from painter Robin F. Williams.
Hip, hip, hooray for the genius of John K!
Monkey Monday goes for a “two fer” with added dog flavor. Check out this primate canine couture at Rachael’s Talk2thetrees Etsy shop.