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Scott Scheidly

This made me laugh. Read on..

” Ohio Born. At age four I attempted my first art project by devouring a 10 pack of crayons thus turning my diaper into a Jackson Pollack. At age six I was introduced to the sweet nectar of school paste. At around this same time period I began producing turkey drawings by tracing my hand. At age seven I lost my thumb in an unfortunate Big Wheel accident ending my successful “Hand Turkey Period”. At age ten I ate more paste, however at age eleven I switched to water based paints & modeling clay. Between age twelve to sixteen I was in a daze from the paints I had eaten which I found out to be oil based. I did not produce much art during this time which we will call the “Your Sons Not Quit Right Period”. At age seventeen I had kicked my habits and refined my skills and began to earn money with art for the first time by doing fellow students art projects for lunch money. At age twenty I apparently graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and moved to Florida unbeknownst to me. I still live in Florida where I enjoy floundering about and painting pretty pictures, and I still eat paste now and again just to remind myself of my roots and how I ended up like this. Some day I hope not to be famous. ” – Scott Scheidly

Happy Sacks

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Now you can make the boring chore of taking out the rubbish more artistic! Brighten your day and bring a little happiness to your streets on collection day! Link here.

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Discussing the Divine Comedy with Dante

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Discussing the Divine Comedy with Dante is a painting by Dai Dudu, Li Tiezi, and Zhang. You’ll have to click the link to view the full size of this painting. Madness!

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Hug Your Sorrow

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Hug Your Sorrow tear dolls come in a variety of teardop shapes in aqua unbrushed fleece (to better absorb your tears). The embroidered tags provide lines to pen down one’s sorrow before giving the doll a big hug of comfort. Click here for the link.

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Tenteri

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I’m fortunate enough today to have come across a bunch of photos that reminds me of one of the simple pleasures of life: exploring and being one with nature. It really goes to show how strong a picture or painting really can be. Looking at these photos, I want to throw my cell away, turn off the PC, walk for miles in the backwoods, and stop and realize the beauty in life again. Tenteri’s photography reminds me to slow down a little which is very easy to forget these days.

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Casey Weldon

Casey Weldon is a native Californian. He studied art at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena from which he graduated in 2004. He has exhibited his work on both coasts and continues to work as an artist and illustrator in Brooklyn, New York.

Daniel Elson

Residing in Ohio, Daniel Elson is currently working for Columbus College of Art and Design and as a full-time artist. More here.

Shannon Bonatakis

Enjoy some beautiful work from Colorado based painter Shannon Bonatakis. Visit her blog for more.

Anti-Theft Lunch Bags

Tired of having your food stolen by sticky-fingered coworkers or roommates? Bullies taking your kids lunch? Well if so worry no more! Anti-theft Lunch Bags are sandwich bags that have green splotches printed on both sides, making your freshly prepared lunch look spoiled. Dont suffer the injustice of having your sandwich stolen again! Protect your lunch with Anti-Theft Lunch Bags! Made out of food-safe reusable and recyclable LDPE and are sandwich size. 25 bags per box. Add to cart.

Aaron Meshon

‘ A graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design, Aaron Meshon now lives and works in New York City. His work has been seen throughout the world in hundreds of publications as well as on products such as lunch boxes, t-shirts, puzzles,stationary, and magnets. Aaron’s work has been recognized in a number of illustration annuals and juried awards including; Graphics, Society of Illustrators, RSVP, 3×3, AltPick, and American Illustration 23, 24, and 25. Someday, Aaron would like to sell his products from a mobile sweet potato truck in urban Japan. ‘