Saturday, January 29, 2011

Faces in Places

Faces in Places is a photoblog that features photographs of faces found in everyday places. The featured photographs consist of inanimate objects that a viewer would perceive as representing a face.

The Faces in Places blog was launched on Monday, April 23, 2007, with a photo of a crane that resembles a grasshopper. Prior to this, the editor had started to encourage people with a similar interest in anthropomorphic images to submit them to a Flickr group. The Flickr group is now the main source of images used on the blog. The blog continues to be updated daily.

Friday, January 28, 2011

PCL LinkDump

PCL LinkDump - Audio / Visual findings on a more or less regular basis, from 30s to 80s.

The Magic Whistle

The Magic Whistle is a collection of doodles, strips, childhood drawings, attempts at strips, comics collection, humor magazines from Sam Henderson. He has been doing comics, illustration and writing popular among people aware of their existence since his birth, though he wasn't paid for it until 1991. In addition to his own book, The Magic Whistle, clients have included Nickelodeon, New York Press, DC Comics, Heavy Metal, and Screw. He was a storyboard director for SpongeBob Squarepants in 2001.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

John K Stuff

Started at February 13, 2006 by John Kricfalusi, John K Stuff is posting about cartoons and the animation industry. The blog was originally intended for other artists and entertainers, and specifically other cartoonists.
John Kricfalusi (pronounced Kris-falusi, born Michael John Kricfalusi), better known as John K, is a Canadian animator. He is creator of The Ren & Stimpy Show, The Ripping Friends animated series, and Weekend Pussy Hunt, which was billed as "the world's first interactive web-based cartoon," as well as the founder of animation studio Spümcø.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Damn Cool Pics

Damn Cool Pics is updating daily funny, crazy, werd pictures and video. The blog has more than 10K followers by RSS since August 2006.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Face Hunter

Street style blogs are one of the great online phenomena of the past decade. They have become a core reference tool for fashion houses and designers who monitor them for global inspiration and to learn how trends are being adapted on the street - and all without leaving their desks. Yvan Rodic, the photographer and creative behind the facehunter, gives the reader a window into the edgier side of street style. Yvan also has a weekly column at The Guardian.

Yvan The Facehunter - a man out and about in london and beyond: eye candy for the style hungry

Friday, January 21, 2011


Created by Jessica Hagy, and chronicled on her blog, which is a collection of charts and diagrams hand drawn on 3x5 index cards and organized into a blog format. She has compiled her cartoons into a book called Indexed.

Started in August of 2006, Indexed has been noted around the web. Let's listen to Jessica described about her project:
"This is a little project that allows me to make fun of some things and sense of others without resorting to doing actual math." - said on her blog - "Today, I’d have to take the word ‘little’ out of that line."

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Color Me Katie

Color Me Katie - a very nice blog about paper and street art by Katie Sokoler, a 23 year old freelance photographer, actress, street artist and fun maker.

Here are a few of her amazing works:

Monday, January 10, 2011

Animal Art Adventures

Animal Art Adventures - An Art Journal to showcase new work and talk about life in general behind the easel. Awesome pet potraits were drawing by Laura Hardie, who was borned in Edinburgh in 1967. Laura Hardie has built a reputation through many years of working solely to commission as one of the UK’s finest animal portraitists in coloured pencil and graphite.

Sunday, January 9, 2011


CAR-A-DAY is an automotive art gallery by Rob Ijbema. He draws daily. Most of his artworks are sportcars, from Ferrari, McLaren to Audi, Renault or BMW, Ford, Mercedes and ect...

Let Ijbema take you on a car journey, from the Monaco Grand Prix to the 24 hours of Le Mans, Rally Sweden, Indy 500, or a simple rural lane in Wales. Follow the 2007, 2008, 2009 and now the 2010 season, or go down memory lane. It's the long way home... Have a nice car-a-day!

Wednesday, January 5, 2011


Design*Sponge is a daily website dedicated to home and product design run by Brooklyn-based writer, Grace Bonney. Launched in August of 2004, Design*Sponge was declared a “Martha Stewart Living for the Millennials” (NY Times, 2008) and features store and product reviews, city, product, and gift guides, diy projects, before & after furniture and home makeovers, home tours, recipes, videos and podcasts, and trend forecasting. In addition, Design*Sponge is dedicated to covering student design, national and international design shows. The site is updated constantly throughout the day (with an average of 6-10 posts a day), and attracts a core group of devoted readers. Design*Sponge currently has 65,000 daily readers on the main site, over 100,000 readers reading via RSS, and 155,000 Twitter followers.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011


decor8 (a creative play on the word decorate) is a site dedicated to sharing honest opinions, fresh decorating ideas, beautiful interior spaces, independent art and design, products and services, and articles meant to inspire readers to live a more fulfilling, authentic and creative life.

Founder & Editor Holly Becker is an American freelance journalist and design consultant who lives in northern Germany. She launched decor8 in January 2006 after a decade-long stint in the corporate world long before design blogs were a popular source of information on the web. Holly wanted to write about topics that she felt passionate about and her goal was to live a more creative life and felt that leaving behind her career to start anew was a leap of faith she was willing to take. From the ground up, Holly built an established site known as a reliable design resource around the world to over 35,000 readers daily with hundreds of thousands of readers each month who tune in to see what she has found next.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Little People

Little People - a tiny street art project started since 2006 by Slinkachu, a street artist, photographer and blogger from London, UK.

Another project of his art-works is the Inner City Snail Project is where snails miniature graffiti or other decorations provided by the city be placed in.

Here is the show Extraordinary Measures on 1st May at Belsay Hall, Northumberland, UK