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Time-Lapse Process of Making Texan Gothic Skull Magnets

Timelapse documentary capturing the process of a series of cowboy skull magnets being hand sculpted, molded, casted in resin, painted, and assembled by illustrator Brad Albright.

Featuring ‘The Betrayal in Blackwater’ -music by The Dirty Diary

Art & Video by Brad Albright
© 2014 Brad Albright

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Monsterwood OGN Kickstarter Campaign

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Monsterwood was conceived by Jason Rosen, and further developed by two-time Emmy winner, Louise Gikow (Disney, Jim Henson Productions). The graphic novel is illustrated by Harvey award-winning fantasy artist Steve Ellis (The Only Living Boy, Dungeons & Dragons).

“My experience with creating artwork for Monsterwoood is a joy. I believe that Jason has a really unique and fun project on his hands, which is why I’ve devoted so much time making the world a reality. I’m finding myself able to take all the painting and creature work I’ve done over the years in games, like Dungeons and Dragons and World of Warcraft, and mix in the storytelling skills I developed working in comics. It’s a wonderful adventure,” notes Ellis.

Beyond the completed graphic novel, the campaign offers other exclusives and limited edition rewards including maquettes busts, glicees of pre-production concept paintings, and hand drawn illustrations by Steve Ellis.

External Link: Monsterwood OGN Kickstarter Campaign

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Tiki Idols! Ten Cool Hawaiian Illustrations to use in your own designs

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Brand new from Wing’s Art and Design Studio these Tiki Idols offer designers a piece of Polynesian paradise to use in cool designs, invites and posters. They come supplied as fully editable vectors along with transparent PNG and JPG versions.

External Link: Tiki Idols! Ten Cool Hawaiian Illustrations to use in your own designs

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Food Inspired Paper Art by Sarah Dennis

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As well as publishing a number of children’s books, producing bespoke commissions and exhibiting artwork for galleries, a major influence over this year’s work has been food! This is largely because Sarah’s brother (the chef) and father (the foodie) have teamed up and opened their very first restaurant. Sarah has helped by produced the logos, graphic designs and menu covers. But most excitingly she has also completed a beautiful collection of food inspired papercut artwork, which now features on the walls of the restaurant. Sarah believes that cooking, food and art are very much entwined and this project has opened a whole new world of artistic possibilities. She has relished the opportunity to influence a space with her paper artwork, drawing influence from the creativity of her brother’s cooking and the magic and colour of incredible ingredients.

External Link: Food Inspired Paper Art by Sarah Dennis

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