NYC artist and animator Katie Armstrong just made and premiered this animated cover of Britney Spears at the Leipzig International Art Residency Program in Germany. Quick verification with the wife suggests this might be “the most amazing thing ever”. I have to say it definitely gave me the chills.
New prints by NYC designer Tommy Cinquegrano. The top print Warehouse #1 is available now and looks like it will sell out by days end. The other two are available soon, though he has many more great prints in his shop. (via omg posters)
For when Cat in the Hat just doesn’t cut it. Continued here. Vintage illustrations by Andrew Kolb. (via coudal)
The web browser dwarfs the actual scale of these mixed-media marionettes by Claire Oswalt. I initially mistook them for detailed illustrations on cut-out paper, but a closer look revealed they are actually enormous drawings on top of paper adhered to machined wood. Lots more great stuff in her portfolio. (via the fox is black)
Realist oil painter Lee Price (maybe nsfw) primarily paints self-portraits of herself from an overhead vantage point, primarily in bathrooms while eating junk food. Colossal approved. (via yewknee)
A collection of recent illustrations by Alexey Kurbatov. A really great mix of styles here giving each image several layers of depth. Much more over on Behance.
Great first photo of the new year from Paul Octavious. Previously.
The To Resolve Project is the brainchild of designer Chris Streger. Streger contacted a number of designers and asked for them to create iPhone wallpapers for their new years resolutions. Above is just a few of the great designs that have been submitted so far, head over to his blog to see more and download them for yourself. (via design work life)