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Deth P. Sun


(image via DethPSun)


Cat with super powers! What's not to like!? From California artists Deth P. Sun. Love his
screenprints, too.

(via LittlePaperPlanes)



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(image via DethPSun) beer me!



(image via DethPSun) nice space suit.



(image via DethPSun) and he eats hot dogs like the rest of us.

Cabinet of Wonders


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As someone obsessed with hands and nerdy mechanics, cannot stop watching this creepy
beautiful videos from the equally awesome The Cabinet of Wonders, a GREAT website that
shares oddities based on their  "scientific presentation... a form of magic." The nerd, kid,
and dreamer in me loves this.



(Video)


Drink, Shop & Do


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Starting off this morning with a new shop crush. Appropriately named Drink, Shop & Do,
this London design boutique and bar was started by two life long friends. The shop began
as a popup shop seven months earlier and now is a permanent space that supports new
and independent product designers, serves tea (and vodkers!) and offers workshops and
activities for their community. AND, everything, including the vintage furniture is for sale.
There's a tiny picture of their storefront on their site, but this looks like such a creative and
warm environment to spend time at.  


(via HoneyKennedy + OhComely)



(image via DrinkShop&Do)


(image via DrinkShop&Do)


(image via DrinkShop&Do) Candy and crafts!


(image via DrinkShop&Do)


(image via DrinkShop&Do) Great bulletin board.


Todd McLellan


(via ToddMcLellan)


Completely fascinated by these photos from Todd McLellan. By dissecting these objects
into their tiny components, McLellan makes them feel almost alive.

(via WeLoveIndie)



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(via ToddMcLellan)


(via ToddMcLellan)


(via ToddMcLellan)

Camilla Engman (Part Two...)


(image via CamillaEngman) simple. happy.


Wanna live in Camilla Engman's world. It's been a while since we checked on the Swedish
artist, and, as usual, her work just makes you smile. Plus, you gotta check out her dreamy
beautiful blog.

(via WeLoveIndie )


(image via CamillaEngman)


(image via CamillaEngman) lovin' the whacky in these


(image via CamillaEngman)


(image via CamillaEngman)


Summer Ortiz


(image via SignifyingNot)

Macabre (love this word!) and sweet, totally charmed by these illustrations from Dallas
illustrator Summer Ortiz of Signifying Not. The human mask and peeled off face is so
gross and beautiful at the same time.

(via EtsyDallas)


(image via SignifyingNot)


(image via SignifyingNot)


Frank Magnotta


(image via FrankMagnotta)

"The devil is in the detail..." Think this quote from Ravi captures New York artists and
illustrator Frank Magnotta's work perfectly. Always admired people and artists whose
signature style was exclusive use of of black and white and still make their work seem
rich and complex. Would love to see these in person.

(Via DesignIsKinky)



(image via FrankMagnotta)


(image via FrankMagnotta)


(image via FrankMagnotta)


Keegan Wenkman by Burlesque of North America


Keegan Wenkman's "My Life As A Number"


One of the things we love to do the most is when our friends and customers have questions
about the different illustrators and designers that we have in our shop. We've been getting
a lot of inquiries lately about the new prints we just got in from Burlesque of North America
(especially this badass Arcade Fire Poster which you may have seen in alot of design blogs).

In addition to their own prints, Burlesque member Ben LaFond, has also helped turn
Portland painter/illustrator Keegan Wenkman's amazing work into this BEAUTIFUL
screenprinted series - "My Life As A Number." The images below are more of Wenkman's
work. Something about his lines feel really abrupt and aggressive even though they're
really delicate and thin. Don't know what it is, but can't look away.


(images below via OneFootInFront)



(image via OneFootInFront)


(image via OneFootInFront)


(image via OneFootInFront)


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