Jenny is a Toronto based artist making work that blends the lines between classic and new age modes of creation. Her collages have fun playing with ideas of femininity and animalistic traits in the westernized woman. You can buy prints of Jenny’s work at Society 6.
Stiches and Glue is the one man FX studio owned and operated by Paul Vincett. Paul doesn’t dabble in CGI or 3-D animation, but instead he spends his days creating the monster you see below the old fashion way. Using nothing more than stitches and glue (and maybe a few other industry secrets) to bring [...]
Take a look at Instagram, and you’ll find plenty of people sharing the cuteness/awkwardness of their pet. Colleen Kiely is no different, except she does things the old fashioned way with graphite. Capturing every fold, flop, and wrinkle, Colleen uses her incredible eye and masterful hand to render the “stressful” life of her basset hound, [...]
Yesterday, I came across this short animation by Adam Patch. To be honest, it’s not entirely his doing. After a bottle of wine, his wife wanted to tell him a joke. Knowing a good thing when he sees it, Adam recorded what came out, and spun a little piece of animation gold. Albeit they’re not [...]
I don’t even care what Russian artist Pokras Lampas is writing because his calligraphy is beautiful in and of itself. Pokras transforms our perception of letterforms by applying them to the neck and chest of a female model who wears his words like an exquisite piece of jewelry. This isn’t the first time his calligraphy [...]