K.C. Collins


Colorful worlds with solitary houses by artist K.C. Collins, sit perched on towering tree stumps, in vast and lone surreal plains.

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Sarah A. King


London based illustrator Sarah A. King mastered up these playful typography illustrations – on fruit!?  It’s interesting how the type looks slightly burned on the fruit, even tattooed.

You’ll find an impressive collection of work on her site including a typography illustration of Darwin.  Included are a lot of close-up images so you’re able to see the detail and work that’s been put forth.

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So this is a two part deal: fashion designer Annie Larson of Minneapolis enlists the help of fiber artist & weaver-friend Susan Johnson of Avalance, Wisconsin, to create these custom, don’t forget cozy, knit-wear garments.  Get your coffee mugs &  get that fire goin y’all – storm’s a brewin!!



Here’s some hand-crafted whimsy for your Wednesday from artist anitabling.  from Uruguay.  Relief and countour give these geographic, multi-media sculptures a topographical view of a quirky, colorful world.  Check out more work on her photo stream.

Stéphane Massa-Bidal

Stéphane Massa-Bidal

Stéphane Massa-Bidal imagines if books about the internet were published in the 1950’s/60’s. They’re so cool, heck, I’d reckon I might try the Internets if it’s just that easy!

Christmas Light Guitar Hero


I’m sure you’ve seen this already, but this is so amazing, I just had to post for you all on Christmas Eve… Day. This former Disney Imagineer rigged his whole house to be a real, playable, Guitar Hero game! Lucky kids in that neighborhood… not so lucky for everyone else.

Leonardo Solaas

Leonardo Solaas

Is it microscopic close-ups of our skin? X-ray images of crop patches from the sky? Processing? Nope, they’re generative drawings by Leonardo Solaas.