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May 18, 2011

Textiling

Sometimes a little drawing or doodle here and there is all you need to make your house/apartment/dwelling feel like a home. I just moved into a new place. Everything is set and good to go except for some missing finishing touches. My solution: Envelop. I discovered it the other day while looking for some decorative pillows for my couch. Take a look and shop around. Doodles on everything to make your home a happy home.

Top Left: Place Mat by Cosimo Piediscalzi
Top Right: Apron by Kerozen
Bottom Left: Pillow cover by vejacecilia
Bottom Middle: Pillow cover by Julia Pott
Bottom Right: Pillow cover by CharmaineOlivia

December 10, 2010

In the Thick of It

todernst/schabernack's illustrations suspend us in tension and time-- caught in a moment that is at once engaging and uncomfortable. You feel as if you're walking into the middle of a story that, like Morse Code, is hidden within the texture of meticulously-drafted dots and dashes. How different. How lovely.


November 3, 2010

Character Builder

This guy comes to us from Cape Town, South Africa. His name is Jordan Metcalf. And just by looking at his work, I can tell he is someone I would like to be friends with. Fun and playful in a sarcastic way, just like the characters he draws.


September 14, 2010

Color Here and There

If you don't like polar bears or giraffes or just amazing blobs of color, you may want to look away. But that's just ridiculous. Luigi Loquarto is a master of throwing down some amazing color combos and creating beautiful, intricate drawings.


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.


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.

February 4, 2010

A Dream of Beauty and Balance

Kumi Obata's art appeals to me the way a beautifully crafted sketch does. Her etchings are a perfect balancing act between drawn doodle looseness and sophisticated, refined art. Rich in texture, line, and pattern, her work is no doubt influenced by the quiet beauty and tradition of her home country, Japan. The first day I happened onto her site, I felt like I was transported into someone else's dream and floated around from one beautiful scene to the next, not wanting to leave. A year and a half later, I still feel the same.




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