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July 16, 2013

Drawn Wallpapers for the Digital Age: Art by Súa Agapé, #7

Súa Agapé is a Guatemalan designer and illustrator who loves to draw monsters. She has been an active member of Doodlers Anonymous for close to three years and her submissions in the Egg Draw showcase, Selfie challenge and last year's calendar draw floored us. Beyond that, you'll find her Instagram account constantly updated with hundreds of in-process images of her vibrant work.

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May 17, 2013

Agony

Raffaele's Bafefit's biography describes the creatures in his portraits as "characters caught in between the thin line between life and death." This ceaseless purgatory, where even the smoothest of curves feel as sharp as Fugubiki knives, binds the personalities of each piece in a state of agony. And although you might not hear their caterwaul, you can certainly feel their desperation.


April 11, 2013

My Mom is an Airplane



I have to admit that I'm not the type of person to sit and watch random videos on YouTube or Vimeo. I typically click play and without much delay, I become bored. Yet, with Yulya Aronova's "My Mom is an Airplane" animation I quickly had the opposite reaction.



Frame after frame, I was pleasantly surprised with tiny creative touches. Like the part of the video where the mom-plane swooshes by a grey rain cloud revealing a sun with its rays, wet as if coming out of a hot shower. Or the Eiffel Tower blowing a kiss at the Tower of Pisa, knocking him over to give it that trademark lean. Very clever stuff.

But alas, I've spoiled too much, now go enjoy six awesome minutes.


April 8, 2013

Plunge Into the Shadows

Jenny Wildfang Drawings

I won't pretend for a minute to understand the German text in Jenny Wildfang's dreary sketchbook, but there is something unsettling in her work that breeds discomfort. I'm not quite sure what it is — only that it is there and it is dark. The use of heavy shadows heightens the narrative and the sickly sense that something is not okay. Who are these people drenched in shadows? Do we want to know the secrets they keep?

All I can say is that Jenny is one of my favorite new finds over at our Google+ community, so if you haven't joined, you should!


March 9, 2013

Drawn Wallpapers for the Digital Age: Art by Jim Bradshaw, #4

Jim Bradshaw is one of our favorite artists. His creatures are often fun, wacky and off-the-wall. In the fourth wallpaper from our series, he delivers a tapestry of convivial personalities over an explosion of red.

Download the wallpaper — your phone and tablet will thank you.


January 12, 2013

Dark Splendor

A tear-shaped mountainous road in which to travel and wondrous beasts to encounter. I can't help but dream of adventures in the drawn world of Niclas Boman's imagination.


December 29, 2012

Portland Travelogue

I always romanticized about creating my own travelogue, but whenever I travel, I never get around to it. Perhaps when I'm away from home my curiousness of unseen places overtakes that internal desire. I guess that's why I turn to the web to live out this dream through someone else. Recently, Mike Rohde's Portland travelogue peaked my interest. At first I wasn't exactly clear why. But through the process of writing this very entry I realized that his travelogue was not filled with overly-stylized drawings or excessive details, just sprinkles of doodles across the pages that allowed my imagination to simmer with visuals of places I've never been.





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