Pieter Van Eenoge’s illustration’s don’t hold a lot back. Color, composition, general weirdness… these seem to have it all. I like strange, and enjoy seeing a bear wearing boxing gloves and eating a chocolate bar, a house full of fish, and a woman tenderly cradling a garden gnome.
Take the time to really delve into Van Eenoge’s work. I don’t think you’ll regret it.
All images via his Flickr.
Happy Friday! Nothing deep or insightful about today’s post. Just a whole bunch of images with faces I’ve seen lately and liked. Food, art, accessories… nothing will escape my face-grabbing wrath. Share your favorite faces with me on Twitter!
As always, I grab a lot of Friday’s posts off my Pinterest. Follow my boards and see what I’m pinning throughout the week!
A Life Aquatic
Fact: My twin brother is currently pursing his PhD and studying film. In preparation for an exam he had to take in his 2nd year, he watched 72 films. 72! And while he has watched many, many films, I am the opposite. I’ve seen very few movies, and maybe half of those featured in artist Dusan Cezek’s animated series, Pixelwood. Even if this is the case, I’m still delighted by these 8-Bit Gifs, which is a testament to Cezek’s animating prowess. Each image captures famous moments from the particular film in the flat, pixelated style and makes me eager to find them in their companions. (Via designboom)
Shaun of the Dead
Drawing and coloring was one of my first hobbies. As a kid, I would camp out on my couch and draw what was sitting on the coffee table. Even though I don’t do it as much any more, I still love looking at artists that wield the pencil and do it well. Today, I’m focusing on two artists that super size their work, and convert their drawings into life size installations.
Charlotte Mann’s bold lines and exquisite drawings are produced with markers on a wall. She depicts detailed landscapes out of windows, messy desks, and stylish coats and bags. The sheer amount of detail is amazing, and the style of her work is really great — causal yet sophisticated, like you can tell she finds a lot of joy from what she does.
All images via her website. H/T Doodlers.
If you’ve had your eye on Eleonor Boström series Lost Dogs, or haven’t seen it yet, then check it out — February 28th will be your last chance to adopt these adorable ceramic dogs out of my shop.
Eleonor Boström is a ceramic artist and illustrator based in Berlin, Germany. You might have seen her dogs in cups floating around the likes of Pinterest. Like the rest of her work, these dogs are handcrafted by Eleonor and completely unique. She crafted the series Lost Dog exclusively for my shop!