Archive for the ‘art’ Category

Scott Radke’s Marionettes

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011


A bit reminiscent of Where the Wild Things Are, Scott Radke’s marionette’s are like forgotten childhood toys. I wish I could see their clunky parts come to life.

Scott Radke official website

via myloveforyou

Catching Up

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

I haven’t blogged in a really long time. I just finished my freshman year of college at NYU. It was incredible. I wanted to post a few things that have inspired me this past semester.

You should probably watch this TED speech in higher quality on YouTube.

I’m trying to grasp my own sense of style with regards to music. I have my favorite bands, I know what I want to sound like, but getting there is hard. It’s hard to recreate what already exists and still be original…otherwise there’s no point, right? I want to be Micachu, the Pixies, Spoon, but also have melodies as provoking as classical music: Erik Satie, Ravel…

James Jean’s sketchbook

Thursday, March 24th, 2011




James Jean


Sunday, October 31st, 2010




Eric Testroete

Tag: Sasha Parker

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010



A little shout out to my friend Sasha. Photographer, artist, student.

Blog / flickr


Sunday, July 25th, 2010

This month I turned 18, had a birthday party, [attempted to] smoke cigars, saw many movies – moon, brick, 12, donnie darko, you me and everyone we know, i am love, north by northwest, I went to the beach, had band practice, and worked. I don’t want summer to end.


Michael Krueger

Rom Villaseran

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010


Rom Villaseran

I Love Dust

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

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I Love Dust

crash post

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Lately I have come across some awesome graphic design, illustration, and music. I think this weather has been inspiring me to…get inspired again! You’ll notice that my winter posts were pretty pathetic…probably due to seasonal depression which seems to hit just around midwinter when you forget what it’s like to wear shorts.

To start off, check out these Hitchcock posters by Laz Marquez


Gez Fry

Fry’s graphic novel style illustrations are incredible. I love the rich colors and gradients.


Claire Kho

It’s hard to put Claire Kho’s style in a box. She does a lot of different work in motion art, illustration, and photography. The one piece of art that brought me to look her up is this one. It describes the evolution of the panda derived from the raccoon.


Darren Booth

I love the colors and textures Booth uses in his illustrations. What struck me, though, was how his art hints at cubism and how he uses this to define most of his portfolio.


Currently Listening to Janelle Monae

new wave of inspiration

Monday, March 29th, 2010

I hit a low with inspiration this past winter. I blame the weather and the fact that I have a major case of senioritis. I’m almost over the stress of college applications/decisions. I’ve gotten into all 5 schools I applied to (NYU, BU, Carnegie Mellon, Rutgers, and Temple). Now comes the hard part…deciding and getting the money to go!

Here’s an old and a new favorite

Aitor Throup

possibly THE coolest fashion illustrator out there.


 ‘Adelaide’ Rose

13 year old dreamer