Back in 2008 I began an unhealthy (for my wallet) obsession with cat art. Then, in the spring of 2011, I decided to share my findings with the world and created Pussies on Parade, an online gallery and shop feature illustrations, paintings, jewelry, sculptures, and other types of feline art from designers around the world.
Jamie Mitchell originally wanted a career in architecture but quickly realized that wasn’t for him. In 2010, he decided to devote all of his attention to drawing and co-founded Ohh Deer with his friend Mark. Together the two of them have worked on building their own brand while at the same time promoting new illustrators.
These circle drawings by Romanian illustrator Anai Greog are gorgeous. Pulling inspiration from mandalas, she creates intricate geometric designs by mixing shapes and colors into the confined space of a circle. The purpose of her circles are to inspire and create emotion.
Emily Fundis grew up in Nashville before moving to Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute. While she also enjoys drawing, it’s her watercolor paintings of wildlife that really jumped out and grabbed my attention. I’m a big fan of the Red Fox in particular.
I love whisky but was always clueless when I went to the store to pick up a bottle. Not any longer, thanks to this Whisky Flavour Map. It turns out delicate and slightly rich is my style, which coincidentally, is also how I like my men.
The thing I love about Tumblr is that you can combine two things: create something goofy and make a website about it. Where else would you find Magic: The Gathering cards with googly eyes stuck on them?
This idea of seizing the moment has been popping up almost everywhere I look lately. Maybe I’m just noticing it now for some reason, or perhaps there’s a greater feeling that we all should stop waiting for the right moment to act. Whatever it is, Clock Opera’s video for Once And For All hit the […]