Steven Kraan has put out the Drawing Daily Anthology Volume 2, a collection of 23 short comic strips featuring characters as diverse as a disgruntled Jesus Christ, chirpy human blood cells, thieving cave-men and (my personal favourites), the inept astronauts. The Anthology presents a small selection of the comics Kraan draws and puts online for […]
People living in my home town of Bedford got really bored of seeing empty shops everywhere, so they decided to set up an art and music festival in them. This is a great little documentary about the festival by Tom B. Wild Productions.
Rebecca De Winter has started to make waves in the UK independent music scene partly due to this weird little music video that popped up online a few months ago. Her lyrics offer a narrative folk appeal backed by a musical bed that is pure acoustic pop.
Just over a year ago, I decided to draw one illustration a day and post it online for a year. I did it initially to practice and to develop. I completed the project last month and I’m really proud of myself for achieving what I had hoped. I feel like an illustrator now. It goes to show what can be done with a bit of focus and an Internet connection.
This charming little e-book is a collaboration between 26 illustrators who have taken a letter of the alphabet and assigned it an endangered animal. This is the latest project from Creature Mag. It showcases the work of some of the best new and emerging illustrative talent around and supports a great cause at the same time.
Creature Mag is a very cool website showcasing the best in new Illustrators. Great little themes such as Freak Of The Week and Happy Fridays. They call for new contributors and want people to get involved. So get involved.
Steven Kraan sits at home in Rotterdam drawing weird comics every day. The comics are about Kung Fu cats, Smoking Carrots, deformed spider children and, erm, Nicolas Cage. When he’s finished drawing his comics, he puts them up on Facebook for the world to see. And the world is absolutely loving them.
Rue Royale create chillingly emotive music that resonates long after listening. The husband and wife duo have produced two albums, the covers of which were lovingly hand crafted and stitched together by the band. Check out this amazing video for their song Guide To An Escape.