Friday, September 30, 2011

Short Film: Yes I Know

Director and animator Eric Epstein goes by the name Najork and is responsible for this eerie ethereal video for the Memory Tapes' latest track ‘Yes I know’. It’s a perfect marriage of sound and image.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Short Film: The Walker

What happens when a superhero gets old? What happens if the world needs him again?

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Short Film: Urs 2009

Urs has etched out a hard life while taking care for his aged mother, but he longs for the light on the other side of the mountain. His mother doesn’t want to leave home, but they’ll both go on a journey of faith, danger, and kitchen chairs. Every element of this tale comes together to make a wondrous, emotional experience.

In the Media: Dam Graffiti!

These photos are of a bit of graffiti that's been making news around the globe. The simple artwork appeared recently on a dam near Ojai, California.

Artist: Andry Shango

Project: Deleted City

Deleted City digital archeology project visualizes Geocities as a giant virtual city

The Deleted City is a digital archaeology of the world wide web as it exploded into the 21st century. At that time the web was often described as an enormous digital library that you could visit or contribute to by building a homepage. The early citizens of the net (or netizens) took their netizenship serious, and built homepages about themselves and subjects they were experts in. These pioneers found their brave new world at Geocities, a free webhosting provider that was modelled after a city and where you could get a free "piece of land" to build your digital home in a certain neighbourhood based on the subject of your homepage. Heartland was – as a neigbourhood for all things rural – by far the largest, but there were neighbourhoods for fashion, arts and far east related topics to name just a few. 

Fresh Take: 3DS Monstrosity

Nintendo 3DS Add-On Contest

Ugly conjoined twin/tumor-looking add-on for the 3DS getting you down? Kotaku readers were eager to join in and make the portable system even more Frankenstein-esque. See all the entries at Kotaku.

Gallery: Super Mario Bros Graffiti

Super Mario Bros Graffiti by jlml99
Photos taken in Managua, Managua, Nicaragua

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Short Film: Dream

A tortured young man's fantasy fights to become a reality after he takes an experimental drug.

Sweets: 8-Bit Mario Bros Cupcakes

Monday, September 26, 2011

Event: Video Game Art Show

The Gallery 1988 in Venice, California is currently holding Old School Video Game Art Show, September 16 - October 8, 2011. The show is a tribute to old school video game pop culture icons, with an apparent emphasis on the Nintendo classics: Donkey Kong, Metroid, and Super Mario Bros.

Short Film: Sumo Lake

Here’s something we don’t see nearly enough of nowadays: a hand-drawn full-animation short. Sumo Lake is a re-telling of “Swan Lake” animated by Adelaide, Australia-based Greg Holfeld. No fancy effects or gimmicks, the focus here is on drawing and movement and both are commendable. Holfeld reveals details about his process on the film’s official website.

Quick Pic: Cobblestone Keyboard

Taken in Belgium

Friday, September 23, 2011

Short Film: Sheeped Away

Sheeped Away is the story of a farmer battling a UFO that’s trying to take his sheep away. Despite an epic fight, he has to do it all without waking up his horrible wife. The result is something fantastic and charming. Pixar it's not, but it'll still tickle your funny bone.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Illustration: Babes Vs Zombies

"Babes vs. Zombies" by Massgrfx

Short Film: Tub

German student Marius Herzog produced this incredible 3D gothic animation as his graduation film in 2009.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Link Round-Up: September 20, 2011

If you've never visited Super7, you should. It's the best toy store on the internet.

Infographic: America's 50 Most Influential Designers

Infographic: The Colors of Good vs. Evil, Comic Book Color Palettes

InForm: Turning Data into Meaning. An exhibit at the Adobe Museum of Digital Media. 

Light painting (also known as light drawing or light graffiti) is a photographic technique in which exposures are made usually at night or in a darkened room by moving a hand-held light source or by moving the camera. In many cases the light source itself does not have to appear in the image. The term light painting also encompasses images lit from outside the frame with hand-held light sources. The first known photographer to use this technique was Man Ray in his series "Space Writing" created in 1935.

Mongolia! A pair of teenage photographers visited Mongolia and took Polaroids of Mongolian nomads for the nomads to keep. This video follows their experience. More pictures at the photographers' website here.

Top Free And Most Beautiful Live Wallpapers For Android

Short Film: Botanica Liberta

A night on the town turns deadly for three sentient plants, escaped from the botanical garden they called homed. Botanica Liberta is a darkly funny short film that centers on three plants on the lam: a cacti, a venus fly trap and a tree. The three get split up soon upon escape and proceed to have rather different adventures during their night of freedom— falling in love, going on a murderous rampage, and committing grand theft auto respectively.

Sweets: Steampunk Airship Cake

"Steam Punk Victorian Dirigible Wedding Cake" by Charm City Cakes

Sweets: Star Trek Cookies

To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the premiere of the original Star Trek, Bakingdom whipped up this batch of sugar cookie characters. Created in the likeness of the crew of the USS Enterprise, Bakingdom even demonstrates how the cookies were made, so that Trekkies everywhere get in on the baking action. Set your ovens to stun!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Papercraft: Sweet Robo

Sweet Robo is just one piece of paper, and uses new "single piece" flat axle construction! Fold and glue the flat axle piece into a circle. Bend the edges on one side, then screw it into it's socket on the body pieces. This one-piece flat axle design is easier to assemble and allows for a really tight, smooth fit. Sweet Robo will hold his pose with incredible tenacity!

Short Film: Hambuster

You may like having a good lunch in a quiet place as a park… But what if your lunch doesn’t?

Five students from the French animation school Supinfocom - Paul Alexandre, Maxime Cazaux, Dara Cazamea, Romain Delaunay, and Bruno Ortolland - created this ridiculously fun short film. Also check it out in Stereoscopic 3-D!

Monday, September 19, 2011

Posters: Brave New World

Brave New World by Kevin Tong Illustration

Fresh Take: Steampunk R2-D2

Steampunk R2-D2

Short Film: Maximall

At its core, Maximall is yet another chase film, but its outrageous storyline and beautiful composition sets it head and shoulders above other shorts of the genre. The film centers on a young worker at a big box-store anchored strip mall. Evidently he is the last to leave that night and as he is starting up his scooter to go home he finds himself scarily, absurdly, targeted for destruction by sentient shopping carts. As ridiculous as the concept is, the Maximall team - Axel Tillement, Nawal Rahal, Hadrien Ledieu, and Axelle Cheriet - don't play it that way, and the final result is genuinely tense, as the relentlessness and overwhelming force of shopping carts induce zombie-esque levels of terror. This otherworldly force builds and builds towards the film’s beautifully surreal climax, producing a closing metaphor that is not labored in the least—our materialism produces an overwhelming amount of stuff that literally traps us.

Fresh Take: Faction

A Mega Man tribute shown at the Gallery 1988
Video Game Show in Santa Monica.

Papercraft: Lifesize Link


Friday, September 16, 2011

Short Film: The Eyeborg Documentary

To celebrate the launch of critically acclaimed video game DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION, Square Enix has commissioned filmmaker Rob Spence aka Eyeborg (a self proclaimed cyborg who lost an eye replaced it with a wireless video camera) to investigate prosthetics, cybernetics and human augmentation.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Link Round-Up: September 15, 2011

26 Amazing Tech-Enthusiast Desktop Wallpapers

Baby Godfather: 5 Old and 5 New Examples of the Advice Meme
The Cartoon Color Wheel Somebody with too much time on their hands created a color wheel of cartoon characters ... now I'm curious to know the pantone number for Grape Ape.

The Great Webcomic Frequency Chart

How well do you see color? 

Video: Gamer Commute

Gamer Commute by Freddie Wong

Video: Dot Matrix Water Printer

A water clock at the Osaka station in Osaka city.

Mash-Up: Days of Future Pixar

Days of Future Pixar by Mike Henderson

The X-Men story line Days of Future Past starring one of Pixar's favorite characters.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Quick Pic: infinity

Exhibition Dutchville, Netherlands Architecture Institute.

Link Round-Up: September 14, 2011

Mexican sugar skull folk art in Eric "The Gute" Gonzalez's piece 
Created for the 8-Bit Champions show in Paris

In his latest work One Piece at a Time, Brooklyn artist Jonathan Brand has constructed every single part of a 1969 Mustang coupe at 1:1 scale out of nothing but paper. Using digital drawings as a source, he printed the blueprints with a large-format inkjet printer. The components were then meticulously cut out and folded the paper into everything from the motor right down to the individual treads of the tires.

James Cameron's Avatar reimagined as an Atari-era game.

Larry Lessig on laws that choke creativity (Video on

Mechanical Animals: 36 Steampunk Sculptures & Robots

Noelle Stevenson is selling her hipster Lord of the Rings drawings as prints

Velvet Geek is a gallery of geeky pop culture icons painted on black velvet. Egon from Ghostbusters is my personal favorite.  I think they really captured his character.

Event: Tight Spot Reception

Starting September 15, underneath the New York City High Line the outdoor installation Tight Spot will be exhibited by The Pace Gallery. The installation features “a 48-by-20-foot inflatable terrestrial globe” pinned and crushed by the High Line. The installation will be open from September 16 through October 1, 2011 at 508 West 25th Street in New York City, after which I imagine it will be too damn cold outside for anyone to care one way or the other. The inaugural public reception will be held September 15, 2011 between 6 and 8 PM.
A low-frequency vibration will emanate from speakers placed deep within the globe. The sound is meant to be heard from the surrounding streets and elevated park, enticing passersby to discover the installation. “I knew what I thought that sound should be, and rather than using instruments, synthesizers or samplers to make the sounds that I imagined, I simply made them with my voice,” said Byrne. “It was the easiest and fastest way of creating what I was hearing in my head. I filtered and processed my voice so that it wasn’t recognizable.”

Source: New York Magazine

Music Video: The Maschine Mikro

Jeremy Ellis performs a live routine on the Maschine Mikro electronic percussion instrument from Native Instruments.

Maschine Mikro is a professional music production tool, combining the flexibility of software with the immediacy of hardware. Create rhythms, bass lines, chords and melodies, and build tracks on-the-fly with the intuitive, clip-based sequencer. MASCHINE MIKRO also gives you a high-performance sampler, professional effects and full support for VST® and Audio Units™ plug-ins. What’s more, you can also run MASCHINE MIKRO as a plug-in in your DAW.

Short Film: Space Travel

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Link Round-Up: September 13, 2011

The Call for Entries is now open for The 16th Annual Webby Awards. The early entry deadline is October 28, 2011. Nominees will be announced in April 2012 with the Webby Awards ceremony taking place in Spring 2012. 

Here are a few photos from the inaugural Liquid Lounge event at Grind, a beautiful new members-only workspace in Manhattan, which includes a wonderful self-serve Intelligentsia coffee bar. Grind was recently profiled in Fast Company. One of the most interesting features of Grind is The Grind Gallery, an interactive gallery designed by Brooklyn physical-digital agency Breakfast, where portfolio work is displayed as framed art with push-button options to “like” and “print”.

The Lucrative Styrofoam Cup Cartoons Of Cheeming Boey
Tania Blanco is a modern artist who shares her time in France and Spain. She says of her collection Sleepdrunk Vademecum, "The body is made up of a large set of rounded painting formats. Medical instruments, high precision technology, scientific devices, anatomical models, clandestine laboratories and human representation become the object of study and thought. The bizarre represented objects reflect a mixture of past and future, and an ambiguous clinical atmosphere flows in them. On many of these painted surfaces, a soft cool-cold gradient isolates the represented elements and gives a non-gravitational character to the compositions."

Lego Creations: Venator Star Destroyer

Iomedes created with astonishingly large Lego recreation of the Star Destroyer from the Star Wars animated series. The model is composed of 43,000 parts. It weighs 82 kg, and it's 2,44m long. It was build based on a design created by using Dassault-Systèmes' 3D CAD software CATIA V5. The computer rendering is shown in the video below. It took two weeks to compute using multiple machines.

Video: Playable Game in a Box

Using a Teagueduino and a few inputs and outputs, we put together a physical side-scrolling video game. To control it, there's a knob on the side. As time advances the game gets faster and faster -- can you avoid all the obstacles and make it to the end?

Quick Pic: Bioshock Sushi

Short Film: Soulbot

“They say that we all lose 21 grams at the exact moment of death. They say that it’s the weight of the human soul.

Well, it was Dr. Duncan MacDougall of Haverhill, Massachusetts who first attempted to weigh the human soul. In 1907, he placed 6 dying patients on a homemade scale, which also acted as a bed for the patients. More recently in Dan Brown’s novel, “the Lost Symbol”, there is a segment that explains how “The Institute of Noetic Science” uses noetics to weigh the human soul. After tests on terminally ill patients, it came across that immediately after death, a person’s weight dropped.

So, what would happen if they found a way to contain this invincible mass.. this soul.. Obviously the only reason to do this would be to put it in some kind of awesome robot.. yeah!”

Sculpture: Playhouse

Playhouse by Dietrich Wegner

Sculpter Dietrich Wegner created Playhouse, “a twenty-foot-tall tree house posing as an atomic mushroom cloud” to demonstrate the contradictions between “two conflicting ideas.” It is composed of Poly-fil, rope, wood and steel, and it was recently on exhibit at the Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati. I'm guessing that it's meant to be installed in the backyard of some nice nuclear family in the suburbs

Monday, September 12, 2011

Short Film: The Tale Of Mr. Rêvus

Marius Herzog–a Nuremburg-based filmmaker–directed, wrote and animated this great short, “The Tale Of Mr. Rêvus,” for his senior project at the Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule – University Of Applied Sciences.

Sculpture: Reflect

For the past five months Los Angeles sculptor Heath Satow has been welding together stainless steel figures to form a set of hands meant to hold a segment of I-beam from one of the World Trade Center Towers.  Each of the metal doves in the sculpture represents one of the victim killed in the September 11th attacks. The sculpture, which he calls "Reflect" was unveiled in Rosemead last week.  You can read more at the Los Angeles Times.

Video: Stop Motion Time-Lapse

Director Joe Clarke shot this time-lapse video of Barry JC Purves creating the Russian stop motion film Tchaikovsky. The effect of demonstrating the flurry of activity required that goes into a stop motion production in such a short period is quite impressive, and the video really drive home just how much work is required to make a short stop motion sequence.

Tribute: Tribute of Light

Tribute of Light for 9/11
Source: Daily Mail

A team of 30 electricians worked through the night yesterday to prepare for the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks which takes place on Sunday. The ‘Tribute in Light’ is made up of 88 bulbs which project two blue beacons of light up into the heavens that is visible from a 60 mile radius. The tribute will be powered on for the entire day and night on Sunday to remember the 2,753 people who died on September 11, 2001. The National September 11 Memorial and Museum is also scheduled to open on Sunday at the WTC site.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Painting: From Ashes, We Build.

"From Ashes, We Build."
A 9/11 Tribute Painting by Sam Spratt

Spratt writes: "In 8th grade I was on a class trip about 3 blocks from The Pentagon. We were just getting back into the bus heading to our next DC landmark when a large shadow passed over us—seconds later a low booming crash in the distance, and a massive, unforgettable wave of heat passed through us. What followed was something of a silent blur of our teachers rushing us into the bus, radio speculation as to what was happening, and a class of 8th graders sitting unblinking having no idea what was going on. I was young and the significance of 9/11 was largely lost on me then—but you never forget the feeling of an explosion and the quiet that follows.

Fast forward to today: I wanted to pay tribute to September 11th in painted form showing the new construction of One World Trade Center, not just replacing the twin towers—but literally being built from the wreckage. 10 years later, I felt it necessary to acknowledge the importance of past tragedy in the pursuit of a better future: to remember lives lost while looking to save more, to remember fallen icons as we build new ones, and to remember our mistakes as we pursue perfection.

Rest In Peace to all of the victims directly or indirectly killed by the attacks and my heartfelt sympathies to those who lost loved ones through them."
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In the Media: 9/11 Tribute

Cartoonists remember 9/11

 In respect of the 10th anniversary of 9-11, the major comic syndicates rallied their cartoonists to pay homage to one of the darkest days in American history through their September 11, 2011 Sunday comic strips. All of the nearly 100 participating strips, which may be viewed in the online gallery below, have an overarching September 11 remembrance theme. Some convey sadness, while others embody hope, fortitude and faith. All are sensitively crafted and beautifully poignant in their own unique, thoughtful and appropriate way.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Humor: Star Wars Fan Grief

Five Stages of Star Wars Revisionism Fan Grief

Link Round-Up: September 9, 2011

"Darth Proof" by David Cordell

10 Salient Studies on the Arts in Education

Arduino turns ordinary desk lamp into Pixar’s Luxo, Jr.
Maximum PC has posted a gallery of 21 Awesome Fan-Made Portal 2 Wallpapers

"New app lets cops use graffiti recognition in their war on gangs."

WhyTheNose is a photo blog devoted to spreading joy thru the simple act of wearing clown noses.

Papercraft: Beetle Origami

This paper beetle was designed and folded by Shuki Kato from a single 22″ square of tracing paper and boasts a ten-inch wingspan. Check out the rest of his work on Flickr.

Music Video: Quintetto

Quintetto is a music installation by the Italian artist collective Quiet Ensemble that tracks the movement of fish in five vertical tanks and translates their movements into audio.
“Quintetto” is an installation based on the study of casual movement of objects or living creatures used as input for the production of sounds. The basic concept is to reveal what we call “invisible concerts” of everyday life.
 The vertical movements of the 5 fishes in the aquariums is captured by a videocamera, that translates (through a computer software) their movements in digital sound signals.
We’ll have 5 different musical instruments creating a totally unexpected live concert.

Fresh Take: Hipster Potter

devianARTist Rotae created these hilarious hipster Harry Potter illustrations to celebrate the release of the last Harry Potter movie. Harry Potter meshes together with the whole hipster culture surprisingly well. Ron and Snape are particularly good.
Part of my new, "We go to a school in Scotland. You've probably never heard of it." series XDDD Yay hipster!Harry! XD

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Link Round-Up: September 6, 2011

Interview: Michael Stipe discusses his artwork

10 Unique Laptop Bags for the Fashionable Techie

45 Awesome Apocalyptic Zombie Artworks

Advice for artists on how to price work.

Steam Postcards is a Tumblr devoted to video game wallpapers, including Deus Ex Human and Assassin's Creed.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Video: 2D Window Drawing Machine

Alexander Weber has created this drawing machine for his office in Hamburg, Germany. The machine paints his entire window from a pattern read from an SVG file. Weber programmed the device himself, and you can read more at his build blog.
I used Processing for implementing the host software. Processing was the first choice because it is primarily targeted for graphics programming and plays well with Arduino. Any other software that could talk to the serial port would work here as well.

The host software falls into two parts. The first part is for reading an SVG file and sending it to the machine. It starts with loading the first SVG file from a directory if there is one. Then you could still scale, mirror and move the shape on your canvas. If everything fits, the drawing is sent to the Kritzler, one instruction after another.

Artist Andreas Englund

Swedish artist Andreas Englund has created a series of paintings that examine what might happen if supers weren’t granted the gift of eternal youth, as we’re accustomed to seeing. They’re funny, and sometimes sweet. In them, a beloved superhero on the wrong side of 40 just trying to get by in his twilight years. Via: Empty Kingdom

Music Video: Video Game Heroes

The Greatest Video Games Music
performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra

At the Vision Sound Music Festival at Southbank Centre, concert on September 2nd 2011. Conducted by Andrew Skeet.

Experience total orchestral immersion in the worlds of Advent Rising Halo Bioshock Dead Space Mass Effect Battlefield Call of Duty Splinter Cell Elder Scrolls Final Fantasy Legend of Zelda Myst World of Warcraft Uncharted: Drakes Fortune Angry Birds Tetris Super Mario Bros Enemy Zero 007: Blood Stone Little Big Planet Grand Theft Auto Metal Gear Solid.

Immerse yourself in the music that brings your favourite video games alive, played by a full live symphony orchestra. The evening offers a rare opportunity to enjoy a captivating experience that conjures up both a taste of nostalgia and a sense of adventure.

Short Film: Mortys

MORTYS from Bad Kidow Company on Vimeo

The French animation Mortys is the story of Death, a working mother, and her son, who tries to ease his mother’s workload by optimizing her “work process” in order to spend more time with her. This outstanding short is a graduation film co-directed by Gaelle Lebegue, Mathieu Vidal, Aurelien Ronceray-Peslin et Nicolas Villeneuve, and produced by the ESMA.

Music Video: Legend of Zelda Theme

Youtube user Mart0zz performs the Legend of Zelda Theme on Marimba, Snare drum, Cymbal, Bells, Timpani and Triangle.
We still don't use sheet music! Everything is done by ear.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Posters: Another Day. Another Dropshadow.

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The dream of a graphic designer is to create meaningful designs that communicate on a visual, intellectual and emotional level. It is the joy of being creative and having someone pay you to do it. But the reality of that dream is that it often comes with the heavy price on the creative soul. There are endless meetings, client revisions, committee-mandated direction, project managers who are frustrated art directors, long hours and often little recognition. These are the daily and universal struggles of a graphic designer and this is my loving tribute to those in the design trenches. May the creative concept never be forgotten and the good fight always be fought.

Video: Metal Slug in Real Life

In a follow up to Real Life Super Mario Bros, Andrew McMurray battles evil in the world of Metal Slug.

Video: The Art of Steampunk

PBS has just posted a steampunk episode as part of its Off Book web series. It contains info about how the trend weaves into fashion, art, music and theater. Watch the full episode or see more Off Book.

Video: Robotic Painting Machine

The Interactive Robotic Painting Machine was created by artist and composer Benjamin Grosser. The machine uses artificial intelligence to paint its own body of work and to make its own decisions.

While doing so, it listens to its environment and considers what it hears as input into the painting process. In the absence of someone or something else making sound in its presence, the machine, like many artists, listens to itself.

Link Round-Up: September 5, 2011

Interview: interviews Chesley Award-Winner Donato Giancola.

The Art Of Architectural Photography

Download your own X-Men Sentinel paper toy

Free U.S. Arts and Culture Events -- National Geographic
Incredible, stunning, beautiful and humbling: time lapse videos taken by Hubble.

New York based Google engineer decides to go 'a little bit over the top' and propose to his girlfriend via Google maps and a treasure hunt. Awww....geek love. [Via]

West LA artist David Jien makes art equally informed by Chinese scrolls, Nintendo games, Lego instructions and graffiti.

Illustration: Zombie in Love

Zombies in Love by Scott C
Showing at the Gallery Nucleus September 3, 2011 - September 26, 2011
"Join us as we follow the lovable zombie, Mortimer, on his search for a date to the Cupid’s Ball. He tries wooing girls with worm-infested chocolates, bloody human hearts, and stunning diamond rings (with fingers still intact). He even reads up on love advice, serenades women on sidewalks, and takes ballroom dancing lessons, but nothing seems to impress the ladies. When Mortimer places an ad in the newspaper in the hopes of finding a sweetheart, will he finally meet the love of his afterlife?

Find out as Nucleus presents an exhibition of charming illustrations straight from Scott C’s forthcoming children’s book, Zombie in Love, written by bestselling author Kelly DiPucchio. The featured artwork from the book’s pages, old favorites from Scott C’s previous Nucleus shows, and copies of the book will all be available for purchase."

Friday, September 2, 2011

Artist: Ursus Wehrli

Swiss artist and comedian Ursus Wehrli has shared these images from his upcoming book of photography, The Art of Clean Up, which features OCD-esque rearrangements of common, everyday things such as food, foliage, and friends.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Sweets: Halo Cake

This crazy-detailed Halo cake was created by Mike’s Amazing Cakes 
for Halo Fest at PAX Prime 2011.

Merchandise: The Inkling

A new digital sketch pen from Wacom that instantly sends a digital, vectorized version of your drawings to different editing programs.
"In addition to capturing your sketch, stroke by stroke, Inkling allows you to create layers in digital files while you sketch on paper. Digital files are transferred to your computer using the Inkling Sketch Manager software, and later, exported to applications such as Adobe® Photoshop® and Illustrator®. Files can also be opened with the included Inkling Sketch Manager software to edit, delete, add layers or change file formats."
The Inkling will be available mid-September with a $199 price tag.

Lego Creations: Super-8 Movie Projector

Via: Engadget

Posters: The Houses of Westeros Redux

Gateley is back with yet another take on the houses of the new hit series, Game of Thrones!
Gateley writes: "After creating the Game of Thrones Poster series I decided to try a new approach to some poster designs. This is a true minimalist approach where I have only taken two features from each of the animals representing the houses. Although I would like to do more I dont think this will work for many houses."

Link Round-Up: September 1, 2011

Grab this as an art print or iPhone/Laptop skin from Society6

Interview: interviews Chesley Award-Winner Lucas Graciano.

15 Household Technologies Recreated in Steampunk
Anatomy of a Dalek (Doctor Who poster)

Check out Stephen Gammell's creepy illustrations from the three Scary Stories books. Here's an animated gif of one.

Folded photographs: Abigail Reynolds takes the art of cutting paper to whole new levels, forming geometry, shape and inter-dimensionality from a singular plane. 

How to create a 404 error page for Wordpress (designing the page, modifying the code).

Over at Etsy, you can buy a Full Size Stained Glass Batman Print that turns any window into a work of art. (The characters seem to be drawn in the Animated Series style, rather than in imitation of any of the comic series.)

Post'it War is a Tumblr devoted to photos of Post-It murals

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