The first time I watched this video, I thought it was totally unbelievable, I thought maybe it was a “what if” or “imagine if” video. Turns out its already able to order, shit just got real and my wish list just got longer.
The Wacom Inkling:
This thing seems to have some crazy potential, but then also some serious limitations, such as the inability to erase while drawing. I would love to hear your thoughts on it…
Came across these rad illustrations from Wesley Eggebrecht. Dig this kind of modern style, reminds me of my own style, especially in the characters faces. Guess I better keep practicing if I wanna get this good though :p
Isn’t it fantastic that in the world of street art the most famous artist of all time is unknown and someone new can gain fame from playing on his work? This latest Hanksy hack was spotted in the Lower East Side, NYC.
A while back we featured the work of one Brian M. Viveros’ in what must be one of my favourite posts. I love his stuff, it has a kind of Romantic Tank Girl vibe to it that seems to lay its emotion out in front of you. This time around we get a few peaks at his new pieces as well as a slight look at his studio space.
Benoit Ollive stated that he had been having some trouble explaining what it was like to be a graffiti artist and so decided to create a book. A book which would explain everything, a book which is summed up perfectly by its title.