Tattly just launched two new designs by Estée Preda. I am in love with this Flower Head.
This cleaning GIF by Abbey Lossing made me laugh. (It takes a while to load – be patient!)
The story of Jon Burgerman from Bas Berkhout on Vimeo.
Jon Burgerman is a friend, creative workspace neighbor, a Tattly artist and my son’s creative idol. His most recent book It’s Great to Create spurred many super creative adventures in my house. If you have little ones, I highly recommend grabbing a copy!
Being a fan of all things Burgerman, I was delighted to see my friend Bas Berkhout working on a mini documentary on Jon. It JUST went live. It’s personal and oh-so-timely. Watch above!
And make sure to check out other mini documentaries in Bas’ series called Like knows Like. Here’s the one he did on me, years ago.
I love this limited edition Ice Cubes Silkscreen Print by Christoph Niemann. I also recommend his archive of Sunday Sketches.
This winking illustration by Helena Pérez Garcia made me smile.
Love this message and poster design by James Victore.
One of my favorite GIF makers, Thoka Maer, just released a digital sticker set.
(Love that everything goes to the artist and GIPHY doesn’t take a cut. Classy!)
Illustrator Wendy MacNaughton and writer Courtney E. Martin created a manifesto for creative resilience. Three versions of the above poster are available online — red, white, and blue, black and white, and rainbow — with all proceeds donated to Hedgebrook, a rural writing residency for women.
Kevin Waldron is a Brooklyn based illustrator. His tiger paper collage won my heart and is now proudly watching over us in our co-working space. Check out his work and his prints for sale over on society 6.
Catching up on content, by Julian Glander.
Look-See, a fascinating animation by Daniel Savage
Completely charmed by these GIFs. Well done, Timo Kuilder.
Next time someone wants to label you with something you’re not, just tell them you’re Fuzzy Yellow. This made me and my kids laugh.
Here’s to hoping for change. GIF by Libby Vander Ploeg.
Chilling and absurd times. Tramps by Kate Pugsley
Qieer Wang created this piece based on Quantum Theory which describes that one object could exist at the same time in different parts of this world in any unexpected form.
Males and E-Males, by Jean Jullien. Made me smile.
My motto for this week with marches happening all around the world. Thanks Dallas Clayton.
Love these simple original drawings by Christopher David Ryan.