Can I just have a little fan girl moment? Just a small squee for the magical illustrations that delight me to no end! Maori Sakai is a freelance illustrator that has been burning up the internet via Society6, and Tumblr. Go take a look! All photos and gifs. by Maori Sakai
Slinkachu is an artist from London who works on a different scale. His Little People Project has garnered international attention. The little figures are posed then photographed, then left for the big urban dwellers to find. https://vimeo.com/51225662
I'm a fan of The Design Files' Melbourne Mornings series. Recently they've featured artist Kirra Jamison. She's inspired me to think about new projects. Maybe break out of my comfort zone and explore more color, bolder shapes, experiment. How amazing is her studio space? *swoons*
3/52 This City now doth, like a garment, wear The beauty of the morning; silent, bare, Ships, towers, domes, theatres and temples lie Open unto the fields, and to the sky; All bright and glittering in the smokeless air. ~William Wordsworth
Hi There! I thought for this year I'd like to share new photo(s) I've taken on Fridays. The past couple of years I've been painting a lot but, I need to exercise my photog muscles more. 1/51 When Gav comes home from school he usually drops his stuff, has a peek into the fridge, then … Continue reading Friday Photo
I had to share these charming illustrations/gif animations by Thoka Maer. Go by the Tumblr page and check them all out!
The world's largest stop motion animation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ieN2vhslTTU And, the world's smallest stop motion animation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CD7eagLl5c4
A clever "recipe comic" for Saveur Magazine from illustrator Lucy Knisley and writer Erin Meister Now I want a doughnut.
Sculpture artist Daniel Wurtzel uses a shimmering piece of fabric and air currents to create this magical, mesmerizing sculpture of motion and air.
Sunday is for staying in your pj's and playing on the internet. Here's what I found this morning. A time-lapse of illustrator Patrick Vale drawing the view of the Manhattan skyline from the Empire State Building. Click the link for video. empire state of pen