Bought this Louise Bourgeois postcard at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Archive for the ‘artists’ Category
Gondi artists fill the surface of images with patterns they develop, mostly inspired by nature.
For example, a pattern that looks like this: <<<< may be based on the steps of a bird, a row of spiders walking by or the shape of a cat’s nose.
Each artist has a personal pattern they develop ,which in time becomes their signature.
I find this very inspiring and this is my first shot at it. Not so good, but you know first tries.
My patterns were inspired by the package of one of the medicines I’m taking at the moment:
I’m going to explore more of this tomorrow. Good Night!
Hey people! Today I’m shamelessly promoting my beautiful husband’s beautiful T-Shirt design for Threadless. If you could take a minute and score it, it would be so great.
There’s only one day left for voting, and we really need the prize money. Thanks!!!
There’s a new project in the making, a new collaboration with my best friends.
The image above is a sketch, we’re just starting out, more details soon!!!
I know, it looks like I’m a total bi-polar (which I guess is true :). One day I’m sad and have no ideas, and the other I’m super excited about new work and feel like my head is bursting with ideas and emotion. Ahh… the joys of being an artist!
A new interview about my typographic work on the Alef Alef Alef blog (in Hebrew). It turned out pretty interesting I think, and there’s a weird picture I took of myself.
This video blew my mind yesterday. The art is by french artists Mrzyk & Moriceau.
See more of their great work here. I find them very beautiful and inspiring.
They also created an i-phone application which looks pretty cool.
Have a nice weekend, hopefully doing nothing.
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Edit: The i-phone app is really great! You can create (almost) endless combinations from parts of Mrzyk & Moriceau’s drawings. Here’s what I did, it’s so much fun!
It’s an illustration group show that will be up for only one evening, arranged by type-design collective Alef Alef Alef, and celebrating the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet: Alef.
The illustrators participating are really great, I’m sure it’ll be interesting.
(My work graces the invitation, what an honor :)
* The shape of the letter Alef (א) is believed to originate from the shape of a bull’s head, horns and all.
Heard it only through my friend Dekel’s Flickr – here is his tribute. Damn…
(This Beastie Boys illustration is old).