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See What’s New at the Zoo

Yumi Imai’s watercolor lifestyle images are sophisticated and modern. View Mimi Baum’s whimsical and vibrant illustrations. Take a look at Kitty Killian’s fresh and stylish illustration. Natsumi Tsuchida’s digital illustration has a modern appeal. Mizuki Yuasa’s illustrations are a great collection of vibrant and enjoyable images.

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Retro Goodness

I came across a fabulous web site, imaginaryworld.com, that has a gallery of vintage ads, packaging, and commercials ranging from the 1940s to 1970s. Here are a few images from the Ray Patin Studios collection of black and white commercial advertising art from the 1950′s and 1960′s. Click here to see more of the gallery.

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Stop Motion Digital Magazine Cover

Loving this stop motion video by Adam Voorhes of an illustration done by Will Bryant for the Bluetooth publication, called “Signature”. Stop Motion Digital Magazine Cover from Adam Voorhes on Vimeo.

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Customizable Figurines

If you’re a fan of vinyl toys, you’ll probably like Maqets. Unlike vinyl toys, maqets are made with special plaster powders. These figurines can be designed with your own custom art. It would make for a good self promo piece, don’t you think? The bonus is that these are made with eco-friendly materials. Go here [...]

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Vintage Circus Posters

I was inspired to check out the Ringling Circus Museum’s website after reading Sara Gruen’s novel, “Water for Elephants”. The story takes place in the 1930′s and is about a veterinary student who abandons his life and finds himself on a traveling circus. Take a look at the Ringling Circus Museum’s vintage circus posters here. [...]

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