last november i wrote a post on the sculptor wilfrid wood. i can't gush enough about wilfrid's work. his characters are hilarious, creepy and adorable all rolled into one. there is a great interview over at newton w/ wilfrid. it really made me think about doing what one loves in life. perfect w/ a nice cup of coffee. interview here.
last week i posted about all the great, new stuff over at peepshow. i really love all of it. but i have to say, i am especially found of luke best's stuff. his msg of positivity is awesome. and right now i feel like we could all do w/ a good dose of positivity for so many reasons. but at this very moment, let's just go w/ the reason, the plain fact, that positivity just flat out rules.
i really dig hannah barton's sensibilities. her love of animals and fear of harm to them comes over as a whisper and sits very still right smack in front of you making it hard to ignore. her zebra piece, is almost funny until you really start thinking about all of those damn trinkets...littered all over the world, getting in the way. but never fear, if that's too heavy for your weary head check out hannah's pics of pedals and cassettes, guaranteed to make you want to dance the pain away.
the peeps over at don't panic printed up a truck load of this amazingly, colorful poster by one of my favorite illustrators cornelia o'donovan. always a sucker for a fellow girl w/ an apostrophe in her name especially if she can draw. cornelia's work is the best. but please don't take my word for it check out her blog, her flickr and her webby for cornelia's awesome illustrations. she's got a show coming up, so check out her details. oh and yes, buy the poster here. if this poster doesn't tickle your fancy (not sure what's wrong w/ you...but whatevs.) you can purchase all of cornelia's work as giclee prints.