I enjoyed this blog by Dan Hodges in The Telegraph which highlights the unresolved and schizophrenic nature of the Labour Party - just what does it stand for these days? Dan illustrates his point by reference to a special party conference...Show More Summary
Undergoing a painful process, Chris Brown had her cartilage pierced on Thursday (March 6), sharing the experience on her Instagram account. In the clip, the Sports Illustrated babe sports a white jacket over a sexy black dress, looking...Show More Summary
Phillips launches its Spring Photographs sale with an excellent array of photographs by many of the leading figures in the field. ?This season?s sale illustrates the continuous evolution of the field over the twentieth-century with a strong emphasis on contemporary culture. Show More Summary
Renowned animator Sylvain Chomet (best known for The Triplets of Belleville) guest-animates The Simpsons' iconic opening couch gag, and to give the opening a Francophile touch, he illustrates Bart Simpson opening a "DIY foie gras kit for kids." The rest...
Behold this incredibly precise and totally awesome cutaway rendering of a Colt.45 pistol by Ukrainian illustrator Alex Lartsev — aka Abiator. Check out the rest of his work because it’s really amazing. More »
Sony Pictures has picked up the big screen rights to World War Z author Max Brooks' upcoming graphic novel, The Harlem Hellfighters. Illustrated by Caanan White, the book hits shelves next month and is officially described as follows: In 1919, the 369th infantry regiment marched triumphantly home from World War 1. Show More Summary
Winter weather can make going to the bathroom a little unpleasant. Even in a heated household, toilet seats can get a bit chilly. The solution? How-to illustrator Yumi Sakugawa suggests sliding on some socks. Read more...
The year is 2014. Where is the future we were promised? Where are our jet packs and flying cats? According to these 16th century German illustrations, it appears that we’ve been pining for jet packs far longer than we ever imagined.Show More Summary
Barcelona-based designer Federico Babina created Archist, a series of prints where buildings resemble the work of famous artists. From Picasso to Mondrian to Dali to Lichtenstein, the illustrations are also available for purchase. READ MORE »
Illustration: Detail of 'The Walk of Peacocks' lace tablecloth, 1906. A slightly different post today, more of a partial detective story and call for help. I was approached a few days ago by Francesca Bencivenni regarding a lost lace tablecloth originally produced in Italy in 1906. Show More Summary
OK! We HEART these picks from Seth Abramson’s recent Huffington Post review roundup–especially the much-deserved nod to playwright/performer/costumer Normandy Sherwood’s Animals vs. Furniture, illustrated by artist and performer Jesse Hawley, many years in the works, and finally out in trade edition. Also: A new book by Ron Silliman is in the world! Steve Zultanski is [...]
Paul will be speaking on the enigmatic stick structures the Bigfeet make, illustrating with numerous slides.
One of the really fun aspects of illustrating for the new basecamp.com marketing site is getting assignments from Jamie, Jason, and Mig. One of my favorite briefs I got was “can you illustrate browser trouble?” Upon getting art requests, I usually search to see if there’s a standardized image for the concept. Show More Summary
Chris McVeigh There is no shortage of Lego obsessives on the planet, but few have made the toy (if you want to call it that) the major focus of their livelihood. Canadian author, illustrator, toy photographer, and Lego kit-creator Chris McVeigh has managed to turn his Lego love into a shared art form. Show More Summary
Yesterday brought a largely information-less teaser for the new season of Mad Men. Today, the poster. Recall that season six's poster was the illustration of Don looking at maybe himself, season five was Don's reflection between two mannequins, season four was Don staring out the window of an empty office,... More »
Boring subjects made interesting thanks to creative illustration.
Kentucky-based designer Andrew Heath delivers a fun trip through half a century worth of pop culture. For his latest series of illustrations, he turned iconic characters from TV, music and video games, like Super Mario, Daft Punk, Breaking… Andrew Heath Imagines Super Mario, Daft Punk, Walter White and More as Popsicles is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
If people believe they are meant to do one thing in life, they obviously haven't met Bud Santora. The former costume designer went on to be a book illustrator and now has penned his first novel. The Green Storm is an apocalyptic tale...Show More Summary
These countries are making it more feasible for women to be in the boardroom, by enabling men to stay at home and help out. Illustration by Ricky Linn
Emmanuel Malin is an illustrator, art director and concept artist for the gaming industry based in Paris. I initially profiled Malin here on Lines and Colors back in 2010. Malin creates fascinatingly textural images with layers of shapes within larger shapes defining his compositions. He works with both bright and muted color palettes, often contrasting […]