'A day in the life' by Dan Hipp
As a hooj fan of Indiana Jones and illustration this cartoon just makes me smile and smile.
Dan Hipp is an amazing talent who mashes up zombies with TinTin and Star Wars through to Super Mario Bros. and back again. Love it!
I put in on a #FF0080 background to bring out the colours.
'Thirteen Senses/Crystal Sounds' by Patrick Leger
I don’t know too much about
Patrick Leger other than I first saw his work in Wired and really dig his old-timey comic stylings.
This latest work is the cover art for the album ‘
Crystal Sounds‘ by a band called Thirteen Senses.
It’s a very evocative vision he’s created, and standing here about to become a dad and doing some of the most exciting work I’ve ever done, I feel that I can kind of relate.
't is for tomato' by Philip Tseng
Got a bambino on the way, so I’m getting interested in alphabets and numbers.
It was in searching for some leftfield alphabets to put up in Baby’s room, that I found the ‘
AlphaDeath‘ series on the Minicubby portfolio site of one Philip Tseng.
The premise of ‘
AlphaDeath‘ is a fruit for each letter being killed. Probably not appropriate for the use I originally had in mind but neat nonetheless.
'Tents' by Adam Simpson
My favourite is the bright blue number, closely followed by the emerald one with the circular window and the one that looks like a pencil.
More Adam Simpson artwork is viewable at
'No way out' by Andrew Bannecker
No deep and meaningful reason for this one.
Saw it. Liked it. Stuck it up.
It is beautifully coloured and textured.
Andrew Bannecker works outa Washington DC, Stateside. I came across his stuff for the first time at Monsters Inked over in the Idea Generation gallery.
'Funny Funny' by NIARK1
This splendid totem of absurdity and goof is by
NIARK1, an ace illustrator from Paris.
His work often features intense and colourful characters. It’s fun and it’s rich and more can be seen at
This particular illustration is the perfect accompaniment to full-on week.
I originally found it on
'Street Bubble' by Unknown*
I don’t know who this is by, which annoys me becuase I like it.
Usually, I like to say a bit about the illustration, photo or what ever it is. All I can say is that I found it on
In an earlier post, I wondered if these desktops reveal anything about my state of mind. Not sure. This illustration reminds me of times when you find yourself thinking so hard about something that you wander almost aimlessly, or when you smell something that triggers a memory and transport you to an earlier time or aniother place in your life.
* ‘Street Bubble’ is what I’ve called it. If anyone finds out the designer, let me know. I think it may be a book cover.
'my life as a teenage asymptote' by Alex Varanese
‘my life as a teenage asymptote’ by
Alex Varanese is one of a 9-piece abstracted interpretation of freeway travel.
The art of Alex Varanese is on
alexvaranese.com. Especially recommended if you like the colour red in your illustrations.
'Morsels'* by Raymond Biesinger
Raymond Biesinger is a self-taught illustrator based in Edmonton, Canada.
His portfolio is at
www.debutart.com/artist/raymond-biesinger. Thre’s some great stuff on there, including an illustration of the UK Houses of Parliament.
* ‘Morsels’ is the name I gave it. The site doesn’t provide the artist’s title.
'Free time' by James Joyce
James Joyce started up his
One Fine Day studio in 2006, from where he produces fine work like zis.
I was attracted by colour of ‘
Free time‘ and then got sold on the irony.