Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: cketch, draw, drawing, hand drawn, pencil, sea monster, sketchbook, squid, vector
I recently found some time for some personal sketch book work and did up this squid. I’m hoping to eventually move from this sketch to a full-color vector sea beast. For the time being at least I’d like to start posting some sketches a little more frequently, as I’ll hopefully be doing a lot more drawing. Enjoy.
Filed under: Art, Design Resources, Graphic Design Humor | Tags: Charlie Brown, Comic Sans, font, humor, lettering, style, typography
Filed under: typography | Tags: 40 oz, brian cooper, comedy, convenience store, humor, six packs, typography
Last night while “shopping” at Brian Cooper Food Mart I saw the above sign and found it hilarious. For those not in the know, Brian Cooper is a shady convenience store in Pittsburgh’s Friendship neighborhood that inexplicably has a bar in it specializing in 40 ouncers and six packs. Everyone enjoy their Friday!
Filed under: Art | Tags: Art, depth, folds, paper, schubert, simon schubert, texture
Today while perusing the blogs I saw that Reaction had posted a link to the work of Simon Schubert. The work of Schubert is seriosuly stunning. The artist creates all of these wonderful interiors using ONLY paper. The textures, depth and shading are all accomplished with precise folds. Seriously mind-blowing work here.
Filed under: Art | Tags: Art, flyers, illustration, ink, painting, porktomic, posters, tattoo
I recently stumbled across the work of Porktomic, jack-of -all-trades artist. From tattoos to paintings all the work shown is really solid and you the sketches especially show the attention to detail and real craftsmanship involved in all these pieces. The assorted posters for concerts are great “rock n roll style.” Lots more over at Porktomic.com Enjoy.
Filed under: Art | Tags: 1985, Andy Warhol, Blondie, commodore, Debbie Harry, digital painting, Pop art, silkscreen, video
Today Drawn! posted the following video of Andy Warhol digitally painting Debbie Harry on a Commodore Amiga at the products launch party in 1985. I’m a big fan of Warhol’s (and a bit biased most likely being a Pittsburgher) and I also friggin’ love Blondie, so I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.