Archive for the ‘Resources’ Category

The Art of Illustration

Take a look at this new video from the Off Book series by PBS, a web-only collection of videos that explore experimental and cutting edge artistic media. The Art of Illustration features influential people in the illustration world including Steven Guarnaccia (Professor at The New School’s Illustration Program), Yuko Shimisu, Sean Murphy, as well as many artists from the Flickr community. [...]

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Spark Your Creativity

How would you draw Mona Lisa’s smile? Let’s Make some Great Art , published by Laurence King and written by Marion Deuchars, is a clever book that helps you spark your creativity and explore the style of famous artists. The book is full of illustration ideas and includes helpful how-to’s to help you jump start your creativity.

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Geek Chic for Creatives

Well, it’s almost time for school supply shopping but don’t forget about buying a little something for yourself. Check out these great finds: For all those typography enthusiasts, grace your walls with a Periodic Table of Typefaces wall decal by Scribble. No need to be unsure of which typestache to use anymore! Just refer to [...]

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What Crate Art

Enjoy perusing through the online gallery of vintage crate label art at Box of Apples, a web site devoted to fruit crate art from the 1910′s to 1950′s.

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Animation Software for Creative Kids

Kids are getting more and more computer savvy these days so it’s appropriate that there is animation software geared toward kids as young as 6 years old. Toon Boom has received rave reviews from parents and teachers as well as numerous awards for its easy to use software, Flip Boom Classic. Check out some of [...]

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