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Everybody loves those Japanese matchbox labels, which are great examples of traditional printmaking on an ultra small scale. This one is a real technical tour de force. I see three colors, plus the black key line: red, yellow and pale … Continue reading
One of my major beefs with the world is poor grammar, usage and spelling in all the writing we’re stuck reading in public places. No bad signs, please. Take a moment to set a good example. And then a reader … Continue reading
When biking, Mr. Spit (the junior hero of the neighborhood and general purpose bad boy with a heart of gold) rocks a vintage Schwinn Stingray from tbe late 60s or early 70s. This is an established canon fact, and I’m … Continue reading
On this busy day (I’m working on your Winter Holiday present), a wander through the phone camera’s galleries found this gem of good advice. Let’s be careful out there. Question of the day: is the phone camera archive really a … Continue reading
Almost all Americans who live in the part of that big, big country we call the Midwest can complete that sentence with the phrase “when you shop Menards”. Menards, for those living elsewhere, is a regional big box store. 90% … Continue reading
Spent way too much time in the art supply/educational materials store taking close up photographs of a malevolent plastic animal. Seriously, have you ever seen such a threatening expression on the face of a plastic animal in your life? “I … Continue reading
Imagine the scene: it’s Sunday evening and you are sitting peacefully in your own living room, doodling in your sketchbook while you watch this week’s episode of The Great Food Truck Race. (This is a completely pointless Food Network program … Continue reading
It sounds like the beginning of a bad ethnic joke from the late 20th, but this was identified as a Polish gum wrapper. (If any Polish speakers out there want to provide a translation, I would be very glad to … Continue reading
In honor of the holiday, please have a few classic firecracker labels with animals on them. Labels of all kinds can be masterpieces of printing and design, and these firecracker labels, mostly from China, Hong Kong and Macau, have a … Continue reading
lenticular bookmark wolf 6/ best of the drawing of the day, week 113/ post with way too many numbers in its title 1
I can’t stop drawing the Lenticular Bookmark Wolf in his Three Eyed manifestation!In this drawing I was trying to get his body anatomy to match his head– both wider than a normal wolf’s to allow for the the extra structure … Continue reading