Why have I not seen this Roy Lichtenstein piece before? It’s entitled ‘Magnifying Glass’ and I rather like the meta nature of it.
Photographer Kai Fagerström’s series ‘The House in the Woods’ focuses on abandoned houses in Salo, Finland. Animals took over the spaces after residents moved or passed away.
Found via Twisted Sifter.
It’s official - my first iPad app is launched today!
"Where did the Oddsoks go?” is an interactive children’s book app available on the iPad. I created the illustrations, co-writing the story with Alex Everitt. The app was developed and published in collaboration with Storypanda.
"Where did the Oddsoks go?" is the story of a young boy called Jimi, whose socks strangely start disappearing one day. While trying to solve the mystery, Jimi discovers a note from the Oddsoks, a mob of mischievous creatures who have borrowed the socks to help them on their globetrotting adventure.
Readers can also create and share their own stories. They are able to choose a character and join the Oddsoks as they travel around the world (and even to space) with Jimi’s odd socks.
"Where did the Oddsoks go?" is available to buy now from the App Store.
More information can be found at www.oddsoks.com.
Beautiful mixed media sculpture by Anne Lemanski, entitled ‘Fennec Fox (Dog Star)’.
Found via Saatchi Art.
This magnifying glass from the MoMA store is designed to look like half a pair of glasses frames.
Cassie Marie Edwards creates paintings of figurines which are almost more portrait than still life.
Edwards says ”I am attracted to the figurines because of their personalities – they are strange, comical, and slightly discomforting.”
Found via The Jealous Curator.
Found via Bukowskis Market.
Jonathan Calugi is an Italian designer and illustrator - his black and white line work pieces caught my eye.
Found via Grain Edit.
Dutch designer La Lisette creates handmade satchels featuring animal faces - this somewhat intense-looking panther is my favourite.
Found via The Shop Floor Project.