Stumbled across Rachelle Scarfó’s blog today whilst looking for some reference material for a project. Her website is worth a look too.
Jesus Christ, it’s almost Christmas! Where the hell did that come from? Anyway, thanks to the talented Sammy Jones, you can download all manner of Christmas-related vector clipart. Nice work Sam.
Javier Arce’s simple, fun illustrations are worth checking out.
Commodore Format had some half decent illustrations back in the 90s. As a Spectrum aficionado I sadly failed to notice.
There are so many beautiful things at Elemental in Spitalfields market that sadly I cannot afford. If you guys read this, please send me this Bass sign immediately!
There’s plenty of nice work to enjoy on Jasmine Hortop’s website , and she’s a bit tasty too. She’s also a fan of a book I know well, Tiny Little Fly , so it’s apparent she has impeccable taste.
The Hinglish Project – a unique font that aims to help pronunciation, by overlaying English letters over Hindi characters.
Imogen Heath is a “Surface Pattern and Textile Designer” based in Brighton. Oh, and her cushions are a bit tasty too.
Illustrator and Graphic Designer Christopher King’s portfolio boasts some fine work , including this poster for The Good, The Bad and The Ugly .
The Nu Project – a series of honest nudes of normal women from all over the world.
A staircase made from Lego doesn’t probably wouldn’t comply with tedious building regulations, but hey, it looks ace!
Stephen Shaher’s series of photos from his travels across the USA, documenting food he’s eaten and the people who served it.
I now understand why my father worked the moustache look for the best part of 20 years.
I love this sofa ! I would happily give it a loving home, were it not for the fact that it’s already sold on ebay .
Wildly impractical but excellent fun, behold the Post-Itable .
The Flickr feed of Matt and Pete’s Photo School features some great shots of Digbeth, Birmingham.
Puma’s ‘Gaffer’ typeface looks rather splendid on the Italy shirt. Good job GBH !
Nice to see that our friends at Premiere Storyboards are blogging .
UK-based illustrator Edward Cheverton has a simple-yet-compelling drawing style, vaguely reminiscent of Georges Remi / Hergé . Credit to the lad, he’s earning plaudits for his work .
German student André Giesemann’s series of photographs of clubs post-party are as eery as they are wonderful.
Pictoplasma 2012 , the festival and conference of contemporary character design and art, hits Berlin on April 11th.
Jock illustrator Edward McGowan’s website is well worth a gander.
There’s more than you can shake a stick at on this Tumblr site.
Cachetejack is Nuria Bellver and Raquel Fanjul. Their website boasts illustrations that are nicer than a Charles Bronson sandwich.
Saul Bass illustrated a children’s book in the 1960s. … Bass, nice work.
Mitch Blunt draws pictures. He’s a bit tasty at doing so, you should check him out.
Illustrator Antoine Corbineau’s “Traditional Products of Italy” poster is proper two thumbs fresh, to the maximum.
Blackpool – it’s a horrible, God-forsaken place, a blight on the earth. The arrival of the really quite lovely Comedy Carpet makes it marginally less bleak.
Digging the eccentric contemporary artist Barry Sykes ‘ wire animals , particularly the pachyderm.
Upcycling – it’s hip AND good for the environment. This eclectic chest of drawers is wonderfully random.