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Illustration

Dave Eggers’s Book of Illustrations: It Is Right to Draw Their Fur

November 1, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Dave Eggers has just published his first collection of illustrations, It Is Right to Draw Their Fur.

Printed in time to coincide with a gallery show in San Francisco, this is Dave Eggers’s first collection of drawings. Most of these works are of unusual mammals, most often accompanied by slogans with ancient, heroic, or just plain odd overtones. This 14″ x 19″, full-color package is a combination of 26 large-sized prints and an accompanying booklet.

(via quips & cool hunting)

 

 



Illustration

30 Wonder Women by Lucy Knisley

October 22, 2010

Christopher Jobson

An epic painting of 30 Wonder Women charging into battle by artist Lucy Knisley. Society6 now has high-resolution prints available online. (via beale)

 

 



Design Illustration

Obesity in America by Ricky Linn

October 18, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Design student Ricky Linn illustrated this faux Time Magazine cover for a class assignment. I agree with his self-assessment, it’s pretty genius. Time needs to get to work on the accompanying article stat. (via craig baldwin)

 

 



Illustration

Illustrations by Nick Howard

October 7, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Bizarre and wonderful images from artist Nick Howard. (via ignant)

 

 



Illustration

The Chi-Noceros

October 4, 2010

Christopher Jobson

New print by Phineas X. Jones now for sale over at Octophant.us.

 

 



Illustration Photography

For the graffiti artist in all of us

September 24, 2010

Christopher Jobson

The Walls Notebook is a journal of blank walls and public spaces to doodle and paint on by New York photographer Sherwood Forlee.

A blank city wall with a fresh coat of paint – is there anything more appealing to doodlers, dreamers, and graffiti artists? Walls Notebook invites you to indulge your inner vandal without the risk of jail time. Here are 160 pages of wall photographs for notes, sketches, drawings, and defacement, all packaged in a delightful lay-flat flexi-bind paperback.

(via theo’s gallimaufry)