Super smelly and super fun animated trailer for the new children’s picture book Animal Gas, coming out in July from Sterling Children’s Books. Written and Illustrated by Bryan Ballinger.
3D print model of a Dutch comic strip character called De Ruyter, a wink to the famous Dutch admiral Michiel de Ruyter. The comic series is created by Pieter Hogenbirk and Herman Roozen.
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This is your last chance to pick up one of the Showcase 100 prints! Come Monday, all of the prints will be removed from the shop and for this weekend only all of the prints are half price. We only have one copy of each print and once they’re gone, they’re gone.
The prints are super high quality and were part of the London exhibition earlier in the year. There are loads to choose from, created by the most awesome bunch of artists and illustrators you can imagine.
Shown is the work of Michael Hacker, Mark Hammermeister, Kim Herbst, John Joven, Mike Nash, Marc Scheff and Primary Hughes. Visit the Showcase 100 print shop to check out the rest of the fantastic artwork.
…or Something Like That is an amazing collaboration between Portland artists Marc Girouard and Travis Abels. They have combined the personal stories, memories, and life changing moments of ten people to create immersive multimedia experiences combining sound, music, words, and images.
Their plan is big, beginning with a show at A.I.R. Gallery in Portland, OR this September 19th, the release of a vinyl record with accompanying artwork, and a website where the project will live and continue to grow.
This Kickstarter project will help fund the sound mastering and pressing of records, printing of art, headset rental, studio fees, and many more expenses of this ambitious project. But you can be a part of it! Watch the video, follow the link, and check out the rewards.
External Link: …or Something Like That Kickstarter Project
The multimedia show will feature Pittsburgh-based artists and their works, which have been inspired by 18th century Western Pennsylvania history. This year’s theme focuses on Indian captivity to complement the museum’s new exhibition, Captured by Indians.
Artists featured include:
Maura Doern Danko
Image credit: Bonnie Gloris
External Link: History Inspires: Captured by Indians at Fort Pitt Museum
The Picture Book Show of the next 3×3 Directory of Illustration includes a merit award to Sue Todd Illustration for four illustrations from the play, Steam! Taming the River Monster. Steam!, published by Red Chair Press, is a work of historical fiction dramatising the first voyage of Robert Fulton’s steamboat, The Clermont.
External Link: Sue Todd’s 3×3 Merit Award
Whatever way you look at it, marijuana has come a long way since the 1950’s scare tactic days of “Reefer Madness”.
External Link: Illustration About Medical Cannabis – Reefer Madness.
Artist and illustrator Peter Clayton has been for the past few months embarking on an adventure in illustration with a drawing-a-day project.
Next week will mark the ventures centenary and with what started off as a side-project has since become a little daily obsession. With no real brief or theme the pieces have become a creative stage with which Peter can vent ideas, opinions and personality and also conjure up loveable and playful characters.
External Link: A Drawing-a-Day: An Adventure in Illustration!
Are you new to meditation, and interested in finding out how to start a practice? We’ll walk you through the basics!
This is an animation I’ve been working on for Happify – a company that creates science-based activities and games that help you lead a more fulfilling life.
As with all of my work, this animation was created by drawing pen on paper. Each illustration was scanned, cleaned and coloured in Photoshop and then composited in After Effects.
It was a fun little project. I’ve been commissioned to create five animations for Happify – three which will be launched publicly so I’ll update you with the others when they’re ready!
Viva! Le Tour 2015.
A brand new Gicleé print to celebrate the toughest race in the world by Simon Brader. The Tour De France – Cyclists take on a physical challenge like no other – 3,360km over 21 stages. This year’s penultimate stage of the three week epic is the Queen finishing atop the Alpe D’Huez, famed for it’s gruelling 13.8km of winding ascent.
All roads then lead to the centre of Paris were the rider in yellow will be crowned 2015 champion.
Prints signed and numbered by the artist.
A beautiful Gicleé printed on 100 year archival Hahnemühle Photo Rag. Print is available at 297 x 420 mm (A3).
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