Andy J Pizza & Sophie Miller have a book coming out that puts visuals and words to some of the invisible things that make up the human experience. At first blush, it’s a kids book, but there’s a kid in most of us. (Unfortunately, some are still bullies, but whatever!)
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Titles
These end credits are so delightful, I watched them every time. It's neat to read this discussion with the folks behind them and their process. Bonus portrait of Prince by Kagan McLeod.
Jim Stoten’s sketchbook
Jim once thought about his sketchbook as an enjoyable way to waste time. I’m glad the Eames Institute sponsored this video which was an enjoyable way to get inspired. More goodness on Jim’s website.
The work of Dan Zucco
Read this article about delight in product design and enjoyed the illustrations by Dan Zucco. He’s got a class on Domestika that looks quite good.
Scenes From Imagined Films
Jordan Bolton wrote a screenplay but couldn't get the resources to produce it. Now he makes comics with grounded emotion. Oodles more on his Instagram.
Animated Tour Inside a Fire Engine Truck
It's like a Dorling Kindersley book come to life. Lots more 'Animigraffs' by Jake O'Neal.
Endless Robot Story
By Vaskange using the Endless Paper App. It's not really endless, but it's got dystopian robot melancholy down pat. / via MeFi
It’s Nice That profiles this Jakarta-based illustrator and motion designer and I’m super digging the vibes.
Caitlin Keegan’s Corita Kent Series
Colorful visual interpretations of Some Rules for Students and Teachers / via Doug Wilson
The art and Design of Nolan Pelletier
Fonts In Use showcased a recent album design by Nolan and his site is filled with delightful illustrations and details abound!
I went down a rabbit hole looking at the work of Gemma Correll. Here's where I started.
9 panels about growing by Grant Snider / via my friend Shannon
Old Book Illustrations
Not verified as open sourced images, but a trove for inspiration nonetheless
Amazing Spider-Man #61
Love seeing the process and result for this variant cover by Julian Totino Tedesco
An Illustrated Catalog of American Fruits & Nuts
Assembled between 1886 and 1942, a collection of watercolor fruits and plants made by 21 artists. (This book looks beautiful.)
Japan by Car
Gorgeous illustration by James Gilleard / via Seth Werkheiser
Toy Faces 3D Avatar Library
Good Movies as Old Books / 02: The Hard Way
Living in someone else’s Portland narrative
Interview with September’s Artist Ben Stafford
ALLSHIPS | A Creative Community
Matt Stevens – Good Movies as Old Books
USA Today Network Branding by DKNG
Mary Kate McDevitt
Drawing a Ghost with Procreate 👻 – YouTube
How Matisse’s Cut-outs Took Over the Illustration World
Poster, Nihon Buyo, 1981
Discover the Mekong through colorful illustrations
A journey from Cambodia to Vietnam illustrated by Christoph Niemann. Lovely