Monthly Archives: August 2009
If you are in the New York City area Tuesday, September 22nd, then be sure to check out this event. Skaffs creator Luke Feldman will be doing a book signing and demonstration at Kinokuniya at the Avenue of the Americas … Continue reading
Portland, Oregon Artist and Illustrator David Chelsea has completed some new work for an upcoming anthology called “Snow Stories” (no date yet). Mr. Chelsea was kind enough to lend us some pages to share with you. When we get more … Continue reading
Hollis Brown Thorton is a fine artist I’ve been paying attention to for a while now. I really dig his moody abstractions and use of photography and appropriated video game imagery. He also does quite a bit of work in … Continue reading
Unfortunately I don’t have any info on these vintage illustrations except that they are French and probably from the 40′s or 50′s. From one of my favorite visual inspiration blogs But Does it Float. Hit the link and enjoy.
If haven’t heard of him, C.F. Payne is one of the most well known and prolific of contemporary American illustrators. When I was in design school illustration classes we used to pour over his Time covers and entries into American … Continue reading
Check out our Product Specialist Marianne Walker’s blog I Like Markers. She has a brief tutorial on manga illustration entitled “How to draw a Manga head“. Check it out.
This was sent to me via our Myspace page by one of the artists behind the film. It comes from the Baden-Wurremburg, Germany based design studio Fly with the Spaceship. Great combined use of technology and traditional media. Their website … Continue reading
During my blog reading this week I found a great feature on Illustrator Abner Graboff. For those of you who dig children’s book illustration, especially stuff from the 50′s and 60′s, this is a great read. Portland, Oregon Illustrator Ward … Continue reading
Illustrator Mark Todd currently has a limited edition mini-zine available for sale on his site. As he describes it: “This is a collection of some of the altered comic cover pieces I have created over the past four years.” I … Continue reading