Boey is an artist who draws on styrofoam coffee cups in simple
black pen. They’re for sale, and yes, you want some.
we’re meandering through the world of consumerism, don’t you feel like you need
another Star Wars T-shirt? Um, yes. There are never too many, and this is a collection of about 200 designs
from around the world. Some are wildly original, some are
pedestrian, all will make the Force glow stronger from within
Inquietto is an art
director focusing on motion graphics and all the luscious, dimensional
surfaces that come with that discipline. He’s made some truly amazing
dimensional calligraphy from ribbon, which you can see on his
Gobelins is a Parisian animation
studio with a mesmerizing hand-drawn style missing from so many of the
cartoon features we see on the big screen today. Their demo reel for 2009 is on
YouTube. Put aside a good five minutes and set yourself adrift
in their exuberant, radiantly colored worlds.
Wade, a developer with Panic Software, has kindly posted a great (and free!) little MacOS color picker which you can install and use system-wide. It’s called the Developer Color Picker, and it displays color values in ways that developers need to use them: NSColor, UIColor, CGColorRef, CSS, and HTML.
Rockabilly is the quintessential American musical sound and look: old-school American rock tempered with a modern punk sensibility. It can be influenced by almost anything, but like any subculture, it’s characterized by a highly developed sense of retro-American kitsch. Photographer Jennifer Greenberg has a gorgeous portfolio of rockabillies on display at her site, resplendent with Aqua Net, Lucky Strikes, guitars, and glitter.