Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Jillian Tamaki

I really think Jillian Tamaki may just be my new favourite illustrator. I've flipped though her book "Skim" before, but now I truly must have it. Sketchblog lovelieness here too. I hope her new strip "Super Mutant Magic Academy" becomes a book.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Denise van Leeuwen

Astrology inspired work by Denise van Leeuwen. Do check out her work for children's books - it's kick ass.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Men's style movie posters

Kinda like this interpretation of classic movie posters featuring iconic wardrobe styling.

Monday, October 11, 2010

New GAP logo



The new Gap logo is causing a firestorm on the web. They launched their new logo last week, and due to an overwhelmingly bad response online have defended it but since withdrawn it. Instead, they are opting for new options from the online community, which could be a clever ploy to get better work for free. Is it hoax? Must be because the new option is utterly crap.

Banksy does the Simpsons

Brilliant intro! Dunno how they did it but it's one of the greatest collabs of the year!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Takashi Murakami at Versailles

Pssshhht! The after-party made it bearable, but overall, Loeries sucked balls. The work: marginal, the ceremony: boring, the mood: grouchy. Oh dear. Woulda much preferred checking out Takashi Murakami's amazing exhibition at Versailles.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

True Mud

Oh man, this Sesame Street parody of True Blood deeply worries me about what the kids are watching on tv these days.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Hitchcock Re-envisioned

Laz Marquez has got some great some really cool redesigned movie posters on his site. This poster series for classic Hitchcock movies has caused a buzz, and I can totally see why.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Robin F. Williams

Hmmm, this freaks me out more than the zombie stationery (it might be the Surfjan Stevens tracks I am playing in the background). Cool work by Robin F. Williams.

13th Street "Stationery of Horror"

Freaky zombie stationery from Jacques Pense.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Neil Kellerhouse

Holy Shishkebab! So this is the designer behind some of the most arresting movie posters I have seen lately (some of them even posted on this blog - I'm Still Here and Social Network). Whatever the visual equivalent of a graphic designer's orgasm is, I bet his work comes pretty close. Wow.

Marissa Textor

Pretty, detailed illustrations from the pencils of Marissa Textor (NOTE: drawings, not photos).