Love these drawings by artist Alexis Beauclair. More below.
Works by New York-based artist/designer behind HunterGatherer studio, Todd St. John. More images below.
For his installation, “Tube,” New York-based artist Zilvinas Kempinas stretched strips of VHS tape to create an 80 foot long walkway. More hypnotic images below!
I see some familiar faces and places! Vancouver street style shot by Jennilee Marigomen, for .
Akira’s song “Ghost” gets a nice little animated video by Cape Town, South Africa-based studio MUTI. Watch the animation below.
by Jessica Atkinson. Toronto. More brilliant work below!
Drawings and paintings by artist Darina Karpov. More below.
Charcoal and graphite drawings by artist Joel Daniel Phillips who lives and works in San Francisco. More below.
An animation by Katayama Takuto. Watch below!
The Doodle Project is wonderful experiment by Dante Zaballa, described as a big collaborative group hug. Zaballa made a modest animation of a character dancing and then invited 62 illustrators to re-draw individual frames from his animation in their own style. Even more brilliant he got 14 musicians to each create their own score for the dance, so as the animation loops you hear a completely different soundtrack each time. The result is fantastic, watch it below!
Jake Weidmann is one of 11 master penmen in the world. I wish the part where he is drawing the peacock feathers was a lot longer. Watch below!
The inaugural issue of magically arrived at my doorstep, and it is an impressive debut. It is a quarterly art and fashion publication from the folks behind , and the highlight for me is the A2 sized fold-out Conor Harrington poster (and interview)! It is only a matter of time before this guy is everywhere. Other interviews include: Herbert Baglione, Jos Parla, Geoff McFetridge, and Mark Gonzales. Ian Cox just just emailed to say he was the one who took the photo that was used for this poster, here’s his .
Drawings by Guadalajara, Mexico-based artist Paulette Jo. More images below.
Drawings by Caitlin Hackett. Brooklyn, New York.
Drawings by Liisa Kruusmagi. Found via . More below.