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by RaShell on 2009-04-10

In the Obsessive Consumer’s (aka Kate Bingaman-Burt) own words, this is how it works: Every month a new zine comes out filled with daily drawings of crud that I buy. You can buy the zine! So, the cycle of buying keeps going!! In her free (from consumption, that is) time, Kate works as an Assistant […]

April 10th, 2009 - 3:20 pm - Comments » 1

by RaShell on 2009-03-20

©angel_elly93 Ok, so I’m the last person on the planet to read the Twilight. Of course, I’m not exactly a teenage girl… They amass probably 90% of Twi-fan-audience (plus another 8% of TwiMoms and an occasional TwiDude ;)) Obsession with Twilight is quite understandable. Forbidden love, romance so thick and gooey it hurts your teeth […]

March 20th, 2009 - 8:37 am - Comments » 11

by RaShell on 2009-02-16

A little update on our friend Stefan Bucher, creator of awesome inky The Daily Monsters. He is now part of the revamped The Electric Company on PBS!!! How cool is that!!! The Electric Company’s website looks very doodly in an urban-street-art way itself:

February 16th, 2009 - 11:19 am - Comments » 1

by RaShell on 2009-01-27

Get mugged. Or bowled. Hell, you can even get dished Part of the ongoing exclusive collaboration between UO and NYLON magazine, these printed mugs, bowls and dishes feature graphics from some of our favorite artists! Crafted in study ceramic, with a sleek integrated handle. Choose from designs by: Christina Vantzou, Mike Perry, Steve Harrington, Alex […]

January 27th, 2009 - 2:14 pm - Comments » 2

by RaShell on 2009-01-20

Cool animated short from Don Hertzfeldt of Bitter Films, who created many “moving doodles”, including the Academy-Award nominated cult favorite Rejected. Collectively, his animated films have received over one hundred awards and have been presented in over a thousand film festivals and venues worldwide. Before the age of thirty, his films were already the subject […]

January 20th, 2009 - 11:03 am - Comments » 0

by RaShell on 2009-01-12

* from illustrator Marc Johns. In his own words: “I generally aim to say as much as possible with as few elements as possible.” Site :: Flickr :: Blog * from Lisa Przybylski, who’s posting (almost) daily post-it drawings and notes for no particular reason. * from Eepybird (aka Fritz and Stephen) who obviously had […]

January 12th, 2009 - 1:38 pm - Comments » 0