Robin Williams paints beautiful adolescent subjects performing antiquated tasks, playing dress up in vast fields, and staring at the sky while pondering the meaning of life. You can see her debut solo show in NYC at P.P.O.W on January 27th.
Fredrik Raddum’s small scale sculptures are funny, peculiar, and a bit quirky. Each figure is caught in a world where everything goes wrong and each solution presents a new problem.
Lovely lo-fi photography by Sarah Vo. It’s Italian Vogue meets scary ghosts in the woods.
Chicago based illustrator Bill Connors creates gross loose drawings with plenty of leaky eyeballs, gross slime, and beautiful deformations.
This performance is the culmination of a fascinating project by Jeannine Hann and David Riley to create textile based musical instruments. Below are images of the performance costumes and another video further detailing their process.
Check out this excellent video on how to make typography better by your friendly neighborhood designer, Clim.
This Stephen Cheetham character sure knows how to pack a lot of laughs into his illustrations. Nothing says cancer like a a lung with a dozen hands and a butt head!
Ballpoint pen drawings by Japanese artist Shohei Hakuchi capture an interesting mash-up of Japanese and American pop culture images and mind-blowing detail.