New Things at Gallery Nucleus! July 28, 2011 Ok, so the new things that Gallery Nucleus released for San Diego Comic Con are now available online! they are: Zombie Fair T-Shirt!That One Guy print!Ladies On My Branches print! design I’ve had this new product line in the works for awhile so I’m pleased it’s finally seeing the light of day! These program fans are the ideal accessory for your outdoor wedding ceremony. Not only are they practical, but they look great in photos and will make a wonderful keepsake.
Doodle Time Just got word that one of my pieces got accepted into the Society of Illustrator’s Comic and Cartoon Art Annual! I’m so incredibly happy! This is the comic that got in. | April 10 2014 | 741 notes Hey guys! ART! The other night a few of us painted at an event called “Art After Dark” at the Honolulu Museum of Art. The best part was when this little girl fearlessly walked up on the stage and joined in on the action. Photo by Lucky, he painted the skull. More photos below (in reverse order). Photos by Brandon Shigeta Photo by Meggs Illustration Archive You may have noticed that bees have been popping up here and there and the Fox is Black recently. Why? Quite simply: they’re important, not only to our own well-being but for that of the greater Earth too. Unfortunately in recent years their numbers have been dropping and their environments disrupted. Barnes & Webb of London have come up with a wholly creative solution that attempts to mitigate the issue. Their service offers bees right in your backyard and all the delicious honey that comes with doing so.
Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design Japanese Poster: Hiroshima Appeals. Kenya Hara, Yoshitaka Mizutani. 2017 Started in 1983, Hiroshima Appeals is a yearly poster project in observation of the atomic bombing of Japan in 1945 with the goal of promoting peace at home and abroad. Designer Kenya Hara writes: “This is an illustration drawn from the perspective of looking up from below a mushroom cloud. Welcome on the Zanis Waldheims Dedicated Web SIte Welcome on the dedicated web site of Zanis Waldheims, The Artist, Philosopher and Thinker <font face="'Trebuchet MS', Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" style="font-weight:bold;" class="size11 TrebuchetMS11"><a target="_self" href="/En_Life.html">Zanis Waldheims</a> | <a target="_self" href="/En_Gallery.html">Art Gallery</a> | <a target="_self" href="/Fr_Interpretation.html">Interpretation</a> | <a target="_self" href="/En_Noosphere.html">The Noosphere</a> | <a target="_self" href="/En_Spiral.html">The Spiral</a> | <a target="_self" href="/En_Sculpture.html">Sculpture</a> | <a target="_self" href="/En_Index.html">Back</a></font> The Life and Art of Zanis Waldheims | About Us | Legal | Contact Us |
↪ diagnosisbastard: We’re going on tour with our friends from Pyramido in April!See you there!Facebook event (Source: diagnosisbastard) retrofutureground: Street Art Current Issue On sale now at newsstands or on screen May 2014 - Issue #160 All year long, Juxtapoz is celebrating its 20th Anniversary by showcasing the pivotal figures in contemporary art over the past two decades. Some artists are blue chip, some are underground heroes, others are behind-the-scenes legends. This month, we honor one of the great artists from Los Angeles during our existence, Alexis Ross, who has been monumental in various landmark exhibitions including "Street Market" at Art In the Streets.