“I’m not dealing with money…I want everything that I do personally to be beautiful.” Thanks, Saul.
Lucy Knisley has made what is easily my favorite series of images of the year in her pictorial summary of Harry Potter in 8 parts. Each picture summarizes a book, with the last book being split into two pictures. While each picture has, no doubt, taken Lucy hours and hours to make, she’s unable to … Read more
This is fascinating: the visual artist Shea Hembrey took it upon himself to create an international art show, featuring the works of 100 artists. When faced with the question of how to find 100 different artists from around the world, Shea decided to create the artists himself—their personas and their art.
If you aren’t already familiar with the comics of Emily Carroll, then this is a great strip to start with. A Question I Was Asked, like the majority of Emily’s comics, just screams good literature. The story is engrossing and mystical, and the artwork makes me drool. One day I hope to be a fraction … Read more
This is not my drawing. Team Dynamite Lazer Beam (AKA Nick Edwards) made it, and he’s catalogued the whole process, start to finish, here. I love how big and adventurous this picture is—just like back in junior high, when paper was meant to be filled up with lots of cool little characters and scenes.
The folks at Big Shiny Robot are one of the sources in Utah for all things cool and geek. I like ‘em. I like ‘em a lot. So, I drew ‘em a big, shiny robot.