Photographer Irina Werning has taken on the fascinating project of restaging childhood photos, creating in many cases, bizarre juztapostions. Check out her “Back to the Future” series here.
Next weekend marks the seventh annual Staple! show, the event to promote independent creative media: comics, art, animation and self-published literature. If you find yourself wandering around within the city limits of the live music capital of the world, come on by!
Check out the latest from San Antonio artist Jason Limon.
Check out all of the wonderful fun over at Curio & Co.
(We’ve been huge fans of Philip La Carta for years!)
The Order of Nefarious Villains serve as the evil counterpart to the Union of Superlative Heroes. Spawned from the dark recesses of spider pits and graveyard shadows, this collection of evil deviants inhabit the same parallel Steampunk Victorian universe as their heroic foes. 20 cards in the set, including the characters Professor Cephalopod, Sir Samuel Lodestone, Black Piranha, Feline Fräulein, Lord Venomous, King Congo plus 14 more. Each card showcases their portrait along with a brief description of their malevolent deeds, origins and abilities.
Now available in the Etsy Shop.
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New set of figures due out from the inspirational mind of Mari Inukai.
Check out more fun work from Manuel Gomez Burns over at his blog Cartoon Mutoscope.
Check out the engaging work of Chris Scarborough.
Scissorhands 20th is a tribute for the 20th anniversary of Tim Burton’s movie “Edward Scissorhands.” There’s a host of well-done interpretations worth checking out.
A selection of images are now available on iPad and iPhone cases.
Paris-based Jakob + Macfarlane Architects “Orange Cube” project is a commercial and cultural complex in Lyon, France. (Somewhat “Death Star-ish”)
Pam Wishbow creates a fun world of retro styled cartoon graphics.
Fifty and Fifty is a collective, curated project where fifty designers are invited to represent their state by illustrating its motto.
Beautiful Steampunk flavored music video for Ben Lovett’s “Eye of the Storm.” Directed by Christopher Alender.
Whitechapel Gallery presents a collection of John Stezaker’s arresting photo collages.
Scotty Reifsnyder has created a very nice series of folk hero prints.
Japanese artist Natsuo Ikegami’s color cat portraits have a simple and straightforward appeal.
Jessica Joslin spent her early years wandering through the halls of natural history museums, enchanted with the exquisite Victorian-era taxidermy and osteological displays, with their brass fittings and gleaming wood. Visit her site for an amazing collection of creature creations made from such natural objects as shells, seedpods, feathers and bones.