I've seen Okat post a "Links Friday" on DA in the past, so I thought I'd put together some stuff I've found to be very helpful over the years. Some of these have been floating around the internet for a bit, so my apologies if you've already seen them (I threw in some newer stuff as well). Hopefully there is something here that will inspire you and your work.
Watch legendary graphic designer Milton Glaser talk about the fear of failure and how it relates to the life of an artist (I try to watch this about once a month). Some process advice and thoughts on idea generation from illustrators Jillian Tamaki and Nate Williams. For the digital doodler, amazing photoshop brushes available for purchase from Kyle T. Webster and Ray Frenden. Josef Albers's Interaction of Color is now an interactive iPad app. Learn about The Tools Artists Use. The latest issue of art magazine Kingbrown is out now and available for purchase here. I'm a big fan of illustrator Sam Weber's podcast Your Dreams My Nightmares. And finally, an old interview with a young Maurice Sendak in his New York studio.