A Dinosaur-Eating Mammal
Here are two concept sketches of the Cretaceous mammal Repenomamus. It's an extinct badger sized animal who raided dinosaur nests. I also made a maquette out of an air-dry...
19 hours ago - Gurney Journey
Scratchy Pencil-and-Ink Drawings by Jon Carling Conjure Mythical Beings and Surreal Sorcery
All images © Jon Carling, shared with permission From his studio in northern California, artist Jon Carling summons the metaphysical by scrawling scenes tinged with magic and...
19 hours ago - Colossal
Collaborating on a Glamour Illustration
Fritz Willis and Joe DeMers were two young artists who collaborated in an interesting way. In 1946, they were picked by Esquire magazine to create the inaugural illustration...
1 day ago - Gurney Journey
RISD Continuing Education Opens Fall Registration With 10 Online Certificates
Artwork by Lani S., Advanced Program Online student Choose from more than 140 courses for adults and youth ages 13 to 17 this fall at Rhode Island School of Design Continuing...
2 days ago - Colossal
Pierce-Arrow Automobile Advertisements
Pierce-Arrow automobiles were very expensive. They also were well-engineered and built using top-quality craftsmanship. What they were not was stylish. Pierce-Arrows were...
2 days ago - Art Contrarian
In Graham Franciose's ‘Morning Coffee Paintings,' Dreamlike Watercolor Works Capture the Day's Unmediated Emotion
Day 75, “Always There, Always Changing.” All images © Graham Franciose, shared with permission Many days, artist and illustrator Graham Franciose sits down with watercolor...
4 days ago - Colossal
In a Patterned Menagerie, Artist Anne Lemanski Stitches Printed Papers into Animal Forms
“Painted Wolf” (2019), copper rod, archival pigment print on paper, artificial sinew, 39 x 47 x 15 inches. All images by Steve Mann, © Anne Lemanski, shared with...
5 days ago - Colossal
How the War Changed a Kyiv Museum's View of Its Past
Rather than try to illustrate the war directly, Ukrainian curators turned to older art that inspired new emotions.
6 days ago - NY Times
Raymond Briggs, Illustrator of ‘The Snowman,' Dies at 88
The children's author used comic-strip-like panels to explore the joys and struggles of workaday British life. With irreverent wit, he also interrogated Father Christmas and...
7 days ago - NY Times
NEW WORK - jehane
What a lovely treat today with a look inside the exclusive client portfolio at Jehane Ltd. All the works are from the Brighton based agency's Summer 2022 release. Jehane's...
8 days ago - Print & Pattern
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Rotolight's New App Lets You Remotely Adjust LED Settings From Your Phone
British LED lighting manufacturer Rotolight has announced a new app for smartphones and tablets that will control its AEOS 2 and NEO 3 RGBWW LED lights, with the promise that...
Vivo's New V25 Pro Color-Changing Smartphone is Focused on Cameras
Vivo has announced the latest devices in its V series: the V25 and V25 Pro. The smartphone promises "superior" photography features that is designed to be used to capture both...
Why You Should Care About the Andy Warhol Copyright Case
We need to talk about copyright law. Now before your eyes glaze over and I lose you, I promise what I have to say is worth hearing.
Photo Captures Terrifying Moment a Whale Breached Too Close to Boat
A photographer has captured the incredible moment a humpback whale breaches close to a boat in Coffs Harbour in New South Wales, Australia.
Paris book sk
I'm selling Paris by Andi Watson and I here. Some books can be bought with sketches in, here are some of them:
As She-Hulk, Tatiana Maslany Is Beautiful When She's Angry
The “Orphan Black” actor described the giant, green protagonist of “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” as “weirdly, the closest thing to my own experience I've done ever.”
Aria Dean Is Having Fun Just Being Herself
The minimalist artist, featured in this year's Whitney Biennial, knows how to play with expectations.
Photographer Whose Camera Caused ‘Bomb Scare' Sues American Airlines
A photographer is suing American Airlines following a bomb scare that allegedly began when another passenger mistook the man's vintage camera equipment for an explosive device...
Artist Stripped of Award After Fellow Photographer Claims He Took Photo
Clancy Gebler Davies had an award-winning photo withdrawn from an international show after a fellow photographer claimed her winning entry was ineligible because he had taken...