Check out the charming watercolor illustrations of Leesa Leva from Houston, Texas.
Self-initiated T-shirt screenprint of the 2009 calendar by Petter Hanberger. A pen is attached so that the owner can fill in one box for each day that the shirt is being used. After one year the t-shirt design is finished.
The Lightmark photo series by Cenci Goepel and Jens Warnecke are made by taking long exposures of lights to create some pretty amazing effects. So rad.
Pictured here are paintings by artist Jody Barton from his Asthma Attack show with Simon Davenport last May at Outpost Gallery Norwich.
Born in the UK, and educated in London at the Royal College of Art, Jody has a way with the marker pen that is unique. He puts together classical drawing skills with wit and a crazy wisdom. His ideas and images are like tattoos for the mind. Once you’ve seen them – you don’t forget them. A constant innovator in materials and typographic presentation, Jody is always working on new ideas and approaches to communicating visually. Lately he has been working on a series about the symbology of Britain and a new approach to type construction using meticulous, flowing watercolour.
Boxing balls (stuffed animals- four rabbits, seven foxes, one cat, one rat, fur) by Kevin van Braak
Joe Scorsone and Alice Drueding have been designing posters together since 1986. Their work has appeared in many international publications and exhibitions, has received numerous awards, and is in number of permanent collections around the world.
The Pedestrian Project consists of several performers wearing entirely black custom-made costumes modeled after the generic images of men, women, and children seen on public signs. Mimicking the lives of everyday people, the roaming sculptural forms inspire the imaginations of onlookers, who often find themselves mesmerized as these familiar icons assume busy lives of their own.