Gestalten has released a comprehensive collection of work by New York artists Patrick Miller and Patrick McNeil, better known as Faile. Buy it .
Drawings by Gent, Belgium-based illustrator Mathilde Vangheluwe (previously featured here). See more of her wonderful work below.
Kyle Mowat’s thesis film “BALLPIT” is a masterpiece. Watch below!
Garden designer Judy Kameon created this beautiful “T” for New York Times’ T Magazine using 130 plants. Love the colours here! Judy Kameon / via:
Wonderfully detailed drawings by Brooklyn-based artist, Andie Dinkin. Dinkin studied illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design where she graduated (with honours) in 2014. See more images below.
An entertaining little animation about art school by animator Andy Baker and illustrator Thomas Slater. Found via .
Some recent work by one of my absolute favs, Lauren YS. More below.
Beautiful drawings by artist Brooks Salzwedel. Graphite, coloured pencil, ink, mylar, resin on panel. Found via . More below.
Ballpoint pen, marker, and colored pencil drawings by artist Edwin Ushiro. The show entitled “The Study of Life as Things” references Wailuku, the town he grew up in on the Hawaiian island of Maui. It opens at Giant Robot 2 on July 18th. Check out lots more images below. The Study of Life as Things July 18 – August 5, 2015 Opening Reception: July 18, 2015, 6:30-10:00 PM Giant Robot 2 (GR2) 2062 Sawtelle Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90025
Wonderfully beautiful photographs by Brooklyn-based Photographer, Monika Merva. Take a look at her whole series below, focusing on beginnings and endings, life and death. The series is titled “Origins.”
“Inner Space Artifacts” is an experimental animation by San Francisco-based, 3D artist Ben Ridgway. Ridgway has been experimenting with animation since 1992 and helped develop games for Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. Watch “Inner Space Artifacts” below!
A selection of work by Brooklyn-based illustrator Graham Yarrington, found via our . More images below.
Have you ever wondered what the future will be like? Watch Alex Goddard’s animation below and wonder no longer!
Hand-drawn type by Kevin Poveda.
Photos by Andy Mueller, who also does a million other things just as well. He runs , and makes things for , and , and .