A couple of silly images found on an early 1960s bacheleor-party-gift notepad have provided artist David Jablow with inspiration for dozens of funny and well-executed works of art. I would love to own the original art for this one, which depicts a couple of anarchists clashing with militarized cops.
I bought his self-published Do-It-Yourself Doodler book, which has about 50 drawings based on one images, and I highly recommend it.
Artist Carson Davis Brown creates rogue art installations, and his latest work in progress does not disappoint: unsanctioned bananas the building lobbies.
Berlin-based artist Mo Ganji creates deceptively simple tattoos using a continuous line.
This behind-the-scenes look at the giant practical set built for HBO’s 1983 station identification sequence is impressive. It inspired Christopher Johnson at Colossal to dig into the archives for more great examples, including a vintage logo created 63 years ago for Eurovision:
Yes, yes there is. The ultraportable Twisty Glass Mini boasts all of the simplicity of its forebear, while fitting just a little bit better in your pocket.The Mini is perfect for casual smokers, and anyone who doesn’t have the patience or fine motor skill for rolling papers. This piece keeps the convenient design of its older […]
Learning to code is a perfect way to grow your technical sophistication, and open up a host of new career options. But since most “learn to code” initiatives focus heavily on web development, it can be tough to find good resources for general-purpose computer science outside of a 4-year degree program. To get a broad […]
While many newer smartphones boast decent water resistance, most of us are still stuck with the kind of handsets that need to spend the night in a bowl of rice when they get wet. If you want to enjoy your favorite podcasts in the shower but are holding out for your next phone upgrade, this […]