Kyle’s new site is looking lovely and responsive (thanks to Josh). But mostly it just gets out of the way so you can take in his truly amazing work.
This is so lovely! The story of Jessica and Russ’s romance, illustrated by fifteen of their friends.
Magazine covers created by Tom Southwell for background scenes in Blade Runner.
This is wonderfully random: illustrations used to illustrate patent applications but without the context.
These lovely doodles from Carla give me Fernweh for Germany.
Anton is a fantastic artist. Therefore, this graphic novel will be fantastic. Therefore, you should back the hell out of it.
A responsively designed comic. Yeah, you heard me right. Responsive. Comic!
A great way of supporting the best podcast on the planet: a limited set of prints by five designers, illustrators and artists. Grab yours quick before they’re all gone.
Each weekday I find a headline on a major news site, and illustrate it without reading a word of the story.
I love watching an artist at work. Right after watching the accompanying video, I ordered a robot postcard from Anton.
That unicorn is such a jerk.
A web comic written by a 5 year old (illustrated by his father).
A beautifully presented site wherein Ben and Frank endeavour to answer your design-related questions.
I don't normally like all-Flash sites and I really don't like sites that mess with my cursor* but this one works really well. * I'm looking at you, Harry Potter Twitter site with the password anti-pattern.
"Messages in bottles, smoke signals, letters written in the sand; the modern equivalents are the funny, sad, beautiful, hopeful, hopeless, poetic posts on Missed Connections websites. Every day hundreds of strangers reach out to other strangers on the strength of a glance, a smile or a blue hat. Their messages have the lifespan of a butterfly. I'm trying to pin a few of them down."
All the chairs in Pixar's The Incredibles.
An online animated spaceship and experimental aircraft art magazine. Gorgeous.
365 days of hand-drawn exemplars of dudeness.
Strikingly different illustrations of the Star Wars pantheon from Japan.
Airtoons for parents.
Sketchbook pages scanned and uploaded to Flickr.
A collection of beautiful illustrations scanned from a flight-training manual.
Awesome iPhone wallpaper images from the awesome Anton.
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When life gives you spam, make pretty pictures.
Beautiful artwork in a minimalist interface. But you'd better have your browser window maximised on a big monitor. *sigh*
How to interpret those military hand signals they always use in the movies.
By far the best round-up of AEA Chicago. "Jeremy Keith looks a bit like Alan Rickman's Severus Snape in Harry Potter."
“Attention all startups, it’s a bad idea to hang your ID hat on a speech bubble. Just don’t.”
Read the first two chapters of Tim Eldred's graphic novel online.