Links tagged "print"
I really like these paintings by Hide Kawanishi. Takayuki Kita went through the pains of visiting each of the sites, and taking photos from each place, to see what they look like now. Hide's style feels both classic, and new all at the same time. It's worth looking at each painting. There is so much I like, but here are a few call-outs: the framing of #77, the subtle reflection in #48, the perspective and story of #52, the colors of #98. I could keep going. Really, he seemed to show a great attention to detail - both on what to include and exclude.
I wish the page was better, so you could see thumbnails of all the paintings... but at least we get to see them. #
Last year we had a Nacho Libre-themed birthday party for our oldest. We printed these masks twice - once on baby blue paper, and another time on red. With a bit of work with an x-acto knife, we had made great decorations for the goodie bags. Now I can finally close this tab that's been open for so long. #
I had never heard of Eyvind Earle until the other day, but I really like his style. Great work on his shadows, and a simple approach that still conveys realism. I think this piece (called Path in Snow)w, in particular, is gorgeous. So perfect. #
I'm kicking myself that I didn't notice these earlier. I really like DKNG's work, and already own some of their work. Despite missing out on some of their prints, I still just snagged a copy of the one I would have bought, if coach would have put me in fourth quarter. There are so many fantastic designs, you have to look through them yourself. I'm a hoarder, so I've included some of my favorites here for your viewing. Really, fantastic work, yet again, by DKNG. #
My wife has some paper flowers in a vase, and I'd love to add a couple of these to it. Still artsy, but oh-so-awesome at the same time. Simple DIY for a pest from the Mushroom Kingdom. #
I love these. About a month ago I saw this flyer, and am obviously now getting around to adding it here to my existing set of flyers (mine/linked). Special thanks to John Cooney for pointing me towards Google for finding an original of this flyer. #
I collect things. It's true. It annoys my wife, but I try to keep it under control. I love playing cards, and Roni Lagin's Density cards look really cool. I don't know if it's the guilloche-like patterns, or what. If you're pining to get something for me as a surprise, look no further. #
I've spent too much time looking over this diagram, seeing how different dogs and breeds are related and connected. I'm not so much of a dog person that I'd want a print of this, but maybe you are. Regardless, it's really cool. #
This Zelda flyer is an old find, but I've been wanting to link to this for a while. Add this the other useless flyers and those out there. #
Like most other posters I want (or even end up buying), I have no clue what I'd do with this. I'd probably give this to my mother who loves this movie, and laughs at loud at her favorite character - Snoopy. #