The World Of Illustrious Illustrations To Keep You Occupied - Bored Art
87.5Kshares Facebook117 Twitter16 Pinterest87.3K StumbleUpon2 TumblrWhen it comes to the world of art, we believe that there is no limit to the way artists can let their talent and skills out to create different works of art. Illustrations are known to be the drawing of some other work like a fashion design or a movie or some such other art. Some people thereby, believe that illustrations are not pure art but derived art but you have to understand that derived art is not easy nor does it…
Colourful underwater landscapes - Merivuokko by Marimekko • Colourful Beautiful Things
This colourfu Marimekko design called Merivuokko, which means sea anemone, was designed by Finnish graphic artist Kustaa Saksi after going diving whilst on holiday in Vietnam. Meriuvokko's flamboyant organic shapes come in either petrol blue or a green colourway
Art I want to Climb Inside
You know the feeling when you see an image so appealing to your senses right then and there that you just want to climb inside? That's what the art of Victoria Semykina does for me. I think finding an artist you like is almost like finding a new friend; one that shares similar interests, tastes and
I’ve gotten some questions asking if I did any other horoscope illustrations besides Aries and Saggitarius…this Scorpio & Libra are the only other 2 that I’ve done for Vegas Magazine! Scorpio doesn’t...
The New Atomic Age 1
The New Atomic Age: ©1956 United Nations Publications. Published by the United Nations Department of Public Information. No illustrator credit. Interesting booklet about atomic energy published by the United Nations. Great cover.
Graphis Diagrams | Une histoire de l’infographie (2/3)
Suite du précédent billet: Graphis Diagrams | Une histoire de l’infographie (1/3) Dernier billet ici: Graphis Diagrams | Une histoire de l’infographie (3/3) L’infographie? quel est ce terme barbare…
The boys' cook book; Illustrated by Harry O. Diamond by Helen Evans Brown, Philip S. Brown on lizzyoung bookseller
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. 285 pages. Many men like to cook and are plenty good at it, too, so we weren't surprised to find out that the same goes for the boys we know. That made us decide that it was about time a cook book was written, not for boys and girls, but just for boys - and just for fun. If you've ever wondered what to feed a hungry crowd...or how to survive when mom goes