I was catching up on my blog reading tonight (I’ve fallen terribly behind) and I stumbled on a few things that were just too cool not to share!
First up, this magical illustration on Crooked House. I’m not sure who the artist is, but it’s simply incredible!
I was also pleasantly surprised and excited to stumble across the new USPS industrial design stamps on Design Milk! Maybe these will find a home on our wedding invitations
Last but not least, the brocoli house found on Swis Miss. I don’t think this one requires any introduction…
(I wonder if I could make a baby bok choy and baby squash city from this weeks CSA pick up…)
I hate falling behind on reading design blogs because it always feels impossible to catch up and I don’t like knowing I missed so much great art…but if playing catch up means that I get to find awesome stuff like this, then I guess playing catch up isn’t so bad!
I’m happy to announce that my work is currently being shown at Brooklyn Collective! If you’re in Brooklyn, or near Brooklyn, or heard of brooklyn, you should go see it! There are some really spectacular other artists being shows as well, so you don’t just have to look at my stuff!
Here’s a little peak at what you’ll find!
Sorry I’m been so absent on the blog recently! I’m getting ready for a show at Brooklyn Collective and I need to finish a lot of pieces (and move apartments) but June 1st!
I wanted to include an example of a family portrait in my gallery show, and I thought what better family to use then my own!
Take a look…
Work in progress but I just needed to share!
I’ll give you a hint… Life ain’t easy for a boy named Sue
Moving forward, my blog will be hosted on my very own website. You can get to the blog directly by clicking here.
See ya there!
Not yet framed or photographed well… but I was just too excited not to share!
The next in my series of classic illustrations is based on an illustration by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry for his book Le Petit Prince. As you may have figured out by now, Le Petit Prince is one of my favorite books and holds a great deal of my heart.
Draw Me a Sheep!
I’ve just completed the first piece in my series of classic children’s illustrations! Based of an wood engraving by Sir John Tenniel for Lewis Caroll’s Alice in Wonderland.
I’m excited to present… the making, final product, and world debut of…
You’re nothing but a pack of cards!
Check out more pictures here and the original Sir John Tenniel illustration here