Or, as the Klingons would say: QISmaS botIvjaj ‘ej DIS chu’ botIvjaj!
Max Dalton has created a wonderful visual chart of the phases and styles of The Beatles over a span of ten years.
Beautiful photographic studies of decay and textures in this collection titled “The Ruins of Detroit.”
Terry Gilliam plus Steampunk plus animation? You have my attention.
A big thanks goes out to the new Corel Painter Product manager Andy Church for including a spotlight of my work in the Winter edition of Painter Canvas.
“HE sees you when you’re sleeping, HE knows when you’re awake…HE knows if you’ve been bad or good…” HE is the man of the hour… Read more about the history of Santa Claus Here.
Check out the delicate and whimsical drawings from Bulgarian artist Juri in his Green Optimist Etsy shop.
Follow this link for a fun collection of creative Christmas trees.
Misha Burlatsky creates photographs using the “Ambrotype” process. From the artist’s biography: “The ambrotype process (from Greek ambrotos, “immortal”) or amphitype is a photographic process that uses the wet plate collodion process to create a negative photographic image on a sheet of glass using whick looks as a positive image when put upon a black background. It was invented by Frederick Scott Archer in 1851.”
Fun font play from Lishoffs.
What better combination than the words of John Updike with drawings by Edward Gorey? This puts me in just the right holiday spirit.
Brian Cook’s take on Twitter gave me a smile this morning.
Fun animation from Arnold Zwanenburg.
Thanks to the overwhelming demand for this card set due to some tremendous blog spotlights, quantities became limited very quickly. Additional sets are now available. Thank you to everyone for your tremendous support and interest in buying. Shop now at the Etsy Shop.
Wonderful graphic style from L.A. illustrator Chris Turnham.