Tag Archives: Illustration

Flip Book Animation

29 Oct

Action-packed, hand-rendered sketches compiled into a flip book. Lots of stories could be told: this is one of them.

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Naive Art: John Woolley

29 Sep

Collection of work by the very talented and prolific 10 year old, John Woolley. I love the one with his comment: “Have you ever noticed the pattern on an Oreo before?” Appeals to my love of naive art. Having said that, I think his talent is native, more than it is naive. Posted via web from toptomato’s posterous. All rights reserved. Uploaded on Aug 30, 2009 via flickr.com

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'' THE BARN '' by John Woolley / 10 years old by artistjohnwoolley

Amazing Gig Posters

28 Sep

Nice collection of gig posters. Lots of pattern and minimal approaches, and whimsical color applications. Via wellmedicated.com

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Artful and fun playhouse

10 Aug

Sweet playhouse idea. This cardboard cottage is to be assembled and decorated with stickers. Add some paint, glitter, and other doo-dahs to really personalize it. What fun! I think I want one. Will say that the cat demanded it, but we’ll all know that’s not exactly true.

Check it out at FOKaL.
(Apologies for the repost. The photo didn’t attach the first time.)

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Collision of cultures

19 Jul

This is a exquisite collision of cultures: Russian Modern style meets Magical Realism in an illustration for the Gabriel Garcia Marquez novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude”. Christopher Walken is so himself, here. Evgeny Parfenov is the artist. Other illustrations can be seen on his blog.


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