Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Chalkboard Yearbook Portraits

Here's a fun and memorable approach to one of the most important photo-op's of a lifetime. These Russian high school students have taken a creative approach to imagining their future by capturing their dreams in chalk, and using the adorned chalkboard as the backdrop of their yearbook portrait. Not only are these pictures humorously entertaining, they also manage to simultaneously describe each student’s interests, passions and ambitions.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

"Word" by Jim Lepage

Jim Lepage has created these cool graphic images based upon the teachings of the Bible. I for one think these designs translate into memorable interpretations... kind of like visual bookmarks " / " cliff notes. I am entertained and at times impressed by those who use their noggins to cleverly communicate worldly (or other worldly) perceptions. Mr. Lepage offers many more designs, each with there own little interesting write-up or legend if you will, @

Word: Genesis

Word: Esther

Word: Job

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Artist Spotlight: Don Kenn

I hope you enjoy Don Kenn's "post-it" art as much as I do. Be sure to check out his blog for many more images.

Music video for Said the Shark's True Love from Silly Killings.
Story and animation by John Kenn Mortensen.

Universal Wrapping Paper

This creative gift wrap designed by Francesca Guidotti and Fabio Milito caught my eye with it's clever simplicity. Inspired by word search games, universal wrapping paper is perfect for any occasion. Simply locate and mark the appropriate message.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Artist Spotlight: Natalie Irish

Using only her lips and a lipstick, Houston based artist Natalie Irish, composes some of the most unique art around. She just puckers up and kisses up a storm on paper canvas until the desired effect is achieved. Thousands of kisses later, she has smooched her way to some pretty original stuff.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011


6 weeks and 90 homemade cookies later "Chocolate" is created. A 4 minute stop motion video accompanied with a catchy little ditty. Give it a click and brighten your day.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Modern Painterly Tattoo's

Tattoo art is definitely evolving. New York based tattoo artist Amanda Wachob is moving away from traditional tattoo's to pushing the limit. Normally reserved for canvas, she places vibrant paint-like brush strokes boldly on the body.