Art Spiegelman is, as some of you may know, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of Maus, and one of the most important and influential artists of the graphic novel medium. Spiegelman’s latest, “Be a Nose!’, is a collection of books based on his private sketchbooks from 1979, 1983 and 2007.
Anna Magnowska and Laura Quick, two talented, upcoming London based artists, also work as waitresses to support themselves financially. They regularly collaborate with each other by sharing sketches of patrons they have served over the years. Most of the people featured in the sketches are quite obnoxious (and sometimes very
“The Amazing Adventures of Kid Cole & Klay” is the title of an unproduced, ‘50s B-Movie inspired animated TV series created by Pete Candeland and Stu Connolly for Cartoon Network. The storyline of the show involves a unlikely pair of heroes (two pizza delivery boys), who, thanks to a mistakenly
David Packer, an animator and film maker, makes refreshingly-crisp, humorous short films. His films are typically less than two minutes in duration, and are devoid of any dialogues, music, or background narration. Watch his latest creation titled ‘Tree Power’ after the jump. 2454
According to an article on Ohio.com, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles rejected 1,574 requests for vanity plates during the past two years. Though the vanity plates don’t come cheap (an extra $35 for every year they are used), tens of thousands of eager Ohio car owners
Branislav Kropilak’s beautiful photographs of industrial installations, lobbies, airplane landings, factories, and parking lots, are awe-inspiring, yet eerily terrifying due to the absence of people in them. However, Bransilav’s intentions are quite different. He wants to show us how these temples and altars of Mammon would look if society