Adam Cruickshank: Mixed Biz

Posted on July 23, 2009 Under Design

Nice work by graphic designer and illustrator Adam Cruickshank. Especially a fan of all his t-shirt work. There are a few of my favorites after the jump. Check him out. (more…)

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Deinos Debuts

Posted on July 13, 2009 Under Art

Born in Norway, educated in London and now back in Oslo, Bard Hole Standal aka Bard Vandal is a designer, illustrator and unofficial educator. The tutorials on his blog, and photos on his Flickr have inspired would-be toy artists to…

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Fernando Chamarelli in Sao Paulo

Posted on May 27, 2009 Under Art

Geometrical, precise and wonderfully intricate to such a degree that you can spend time completely wrapped up in only one section of them before moving on to a different part, Fernando Chamarelli's paintings mishmash all manner of references to dizzying…

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Eeepmon Goes Big In Japan

Posted on April 15, 2009 Under Art

While most artists struggle to be big in the States, others strive for the glory of being big in Japan after they've flopped in America.  Of course, that isn't really the case with (our dear friend) the Canadian-born multi-disciplinary artist eepmon…

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Mira Nameth's New Prints

Posted on March 30, 2009 Under Art

The lovely new website celebrating artist Mira Nameth's creations covers a broad range of illustrations and images broken down by prints, commercial, personal, fashion, vector, and hand-drawn work. (And you thought you had a lot on your "to do" list.)…

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Adam Szary Tees

Posted on February 18, 2009 Under Design

Perhaps you have a penchant for geek chic but you don't want to look like you just walked out of a comic convention. Adam Szary, illustrator and comic artist for the Z Crisis and December 2105 series, has a line…

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Raymond Biesinger

Posted on January 22, 2009 Under Art

I always love seeing artists who don't come from a traditional artistic background. The Canadian illustrator, Raymond Biesinger, is one of those people. Even though he has a BA in European and North American political history, he has become a…

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Olly Moss Shoots the Baddies

Posted on January 7, 2009 Under Art

At we don't condone violence. Unless it's against Freddie Kruger, the Terminator or Godzilla. Then we're all about our second amendment rights. Illustration giant Olly Moss and his 'Shoot the Baddies' print will get you prepared for that onslaught…

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Rubens LP

Posted on December 10, 2008 Under Art

Brazilian illustrator Rubens LP must have done a lot of connect-the-dots drawings when he was a kid. But he must have had a few ideas of his own, because that's what his artwork looks like"”a more elaborated and fresh version…

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Smart Car Kits

Posted on October 14, 2008 Under Life

Just about everything seems ripe for a makeover these days. There are reality shows that'll revamp anything from your wardrobe to your aspirations. And even though Pimp My Ride has been unnecessarily adding XBoxes and juicers into Geo Metro's for…

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