Say what?! This is definitely one of the more bizarre things that I’ve come across. But if I was a celebrity (or just a really cool person), I would want my own coloring book. Wouldn’t you? What adult doesn’t miss coloring? The real question is…who wouldn’t want to color Thrill Murray?
via A Cup of Jo
I love Charlotte Trounce‘s illustrations. A slice of watermelon for the eyes. Literally.
via Note to Self
Dana Tanamachi has brilliantly used an antiquated classroom teaching tool to make timelessly elegant typography. She has been commissioned by clients such as Rugby Ralph Lauren, Google, Adidas, and Lululemon Athletica, just to name a few. Needless to say, I am gushing over how precise yet organic and youthful Dana’s lettering is. If heaven was built with chalkboards, I imagine this is what it would look like.
Dana in action:
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Canadian artist Ingrid Dabringer‘s map illustrations have so much personality. I love the way she sees faces and fluid bodies in the lines and spaces of our earth. It reminds me of finding shapes in the clouds…what we see always has a personal touch, because there’s a unique view behind each set of eyes. Perhaps when we look at images, a part of us is always trying to connect-the-dots to find the meaning or to create a new meaning when we aren’t satisfied with the one given.