"I figured if I could sum up what was wrong with the face of girls’ marketing today in one succinctly satirized image, it might make it easier for us to admit how we fail. And sometimes the best way to reveal something is to provide a fresh look at what’s already right in front of our eyes."
This is what David Trumble, Political Cartoonist and Author/Illustrator, ... [Read More]
After moving to Japan from the UK, Collen Kelton went on the hunt for a car to buy... specifically a Nissan GT-R that he could rebuild and make warp speed fast. In terms of color, he wanted midnight purple, but had to settle on silver. So knowing he was going to repaint anyway, Collen had his girlfriend Allison, an artist, “draw over a scratch on the front bumper.” ... [Read More]
Edith Head was a celebrated Hollywood costume designer. Her 35 Oscar nominations and 8 wins make her not only the most honored costume designer but the most honored woman in any category in Academy Award history. Today, on the 117th anniversary of her birth (October 28, 1897), we celebrate this legendary woman you should know. ... [Read More]
This is 21-year-old cartoonist and illustrator Sarah Andersen's latest statement on body image and beauty. We think it deserves a, "Hell yeah!"
Here are two of our other favorite doodles from Sarah's Scribbles... on being childfree and another on body image.
Sarah's comics are semi-autobiographical and follow the adventures ... [Read More]
When British designer Jeremy May and his wife were celebrating their first wedding anniversary - the paper anniversary - he wanted to give her something really special. So he got to work making her a laminated paper ring using the pages of her favorite book. The result was an extraordinary piece of jewelry that subsequently ... [Read More]
“What would happen if Disney characters had Instagram accounts?” That’s what Italian freelance illustrator and graphic artist Simona Bonafini asked herself, and what inspired her hilarious “Selfie Fables” series. The results? Well, it looks like the fairy tale world is as selfie obsessed and vain as the rest of us.
So far, the artist has created ... [Read More]
We’re big fans of cross-stich and embroidery. We particularly love it when the traditional techniques are paired with bold, modern statements like Brooklyn artist Elana Adler is doing with her You Are My Duchess collection. The samplers represent the many harassing catcalls the artist has heard while living in New York. ... [Read More]
By John Marcotte - We found these wonderful drawings on illustrator and character designer Kathryn Wilkins’ Tumblr blog. Our very own Anya was teased at school for wearing a Spider-Man shirt, because "superheroes are for boys." So the drawings resonated with us.
On her Facebook page, Kathryn writes ... [Read More]