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October 12, 2010

Just Do Do Do.

Let's all take a moment to fall in love with the work of Christopher Holloran. He is an English man based in Amsterdam and he is so good, he gives me the heebie-jeebies. He likes to imagine "things are not as they seem." Well, I would like to imagine things as they seem in his mind.

Christopher Holloran Doodles

May 17, 2010

Mix and Mash

Have you ever looked at someone's work and thought to yourself, "I want to DO THAT!" Randi Antonsen's work does that to me. Just look at it. All of it. She utilizes and mixes all kinds of medium (pen, pencil, ink, acrylic, watercolor, collage, etc.) and creates so much texture and depth. It's pure visual poetry. Take a look at her portfolio. There's so much good work that I don't even know what to do with myself.


April 12, 2010

I Want More

I know I'm not the only one who feels this way but I am going to make this announcement anyway.

I love flickr as much as I love surprises. And books. And Nutella.

It is so easy to discover so many great pieces of art and the artists behind them. I go on it daily and look forward to new uploads for me to find. Here are a few of my favorite discoveries in the recent past that have kept me happy and motivated. Eye candy ahead, enjoy.

Above is by freshmabrouka.


March 1, 2010

When Inside Comes Out

I bought a book by Sabrina Ward Harrison titled "Spilling Open" a few years back. It transformed my approach to art. The book is, I believe, the first of a few of her published art journals. It is filled with loose, colorful, scribbles, doodles, paint strokes, hand lettering, photos, found objects and more all collaged together, forming very striking, energetic eye candy. More than pretty pictures, she bares her soul on every page with brutal honesty. Freeing inspiration spills out of her. Sometimes it is driven by triumph and other times, painful insecurity. Either way, the result is a more beautiful world. I highly respect her bravery as well as her talent.

February 10, 2010

Life Pushes Through the Cracks

I am drawn to art with passion. That is what grabs me about the illustrations of Tim Marrs. He transports us to an urban world that in many ways is full of chaos, brokenness and turbulence yet it is filled with rich layers of texture, color, and beauty. Tim's collage style is a turbulent mix of photos, sketches, doodles, hand lettering, graffiti, and paint strokes. What at first looks like chaos and disorder is really thoughtful, eye catching, well crafted design. I'm not sure if he would see himself as a doodler, but I love the way he draws and how those little sketchy doodles and loose hand lettering work so well in his finals.

January 21, 2010

My Dead Pony

There's something wonderful that happens when you combine your hand drawings with design. That imperfection can't be created any other way. Raphaël, give us more scribble, please.


January 19, 2010

America's Favorite Pastime

William Emmert combines baseball with my favorite pastime (doodling) to create 2.5"x3.5" little masterpiece collages. He overlays old baseball trading cards with ink, paint and random strips of paper, making the end result so strikingly colorful and bold that I can't resist loving them all.





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