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.
Women Who Draw is an open directory of female* professional illustrators, artists and cartoonists who take freelance work. YES!
We all should blow our crazy horn at bit more often. Print by Marc Johns.
I feel this sentiment illustrated by Jean Jullien.
This beautiful print by Geffen Rafaeli is a reminder to everyone in the US to go vote today!
This Not So Good / Not So Bad box by Tina Berning made me look. I might start one of these myself. Also, what a talented illustrator.
Fascinated by this poster by Pawel Jonca. I’d hang it on my walls.
This drawing by Jacqueline Smith made me look. More here.
And, today, we added no other than Albrecht Dürer to our ever growing Tattly artist roster. Please welcome The Rhinoceros.
There is something about animals dressed in clothes. This lemur by Yago Partal really speaks to me. And, then of course, there’s the Berkley Animals.
My favorite perk of running Tattly is that I get to collaborate with talented individuals like Christoph Niemann. Yesterday, we launched a new set with his designs, it’s called The Petting Zoo. And my kids are crazy for them.
I am a huge admirer of Christoph’s work. You might have seen his New York Covers, his Books or maybe you’ve watched his CreativeMornings talk.
And now you can wear more of his art on your skin. Enjoy!
If you’re into cats, you might like these cat drawings by Måns Swanberg.
I adopted a cat from the shelter exactly a year and I just recently realized that I have officially become a cat person. Words I never thought I’d say.
I just spent way too much time on Sad Animal Facts by Brooke Barber. So man of these illustrations made me chuckle. And soon they’re available as a book.
Love this brand new Panda Bear Print by Stina Persson.
If you love Stina’s illustration style you should check out her growing Tattly collection.
This GIF by James Curran made me smile.
Carolyn Sewell said it. Chris Piascik illustrated it. And I am trying to teach it to my kids.
My love for Geffen Refaeli’s DailyDoodle is a deep one. If you don’t follow her on Instagram, I’d highly recommend you’d change that. I keep coming back to the one above as that is how I felt growing up in Switzerland. The guy represents me and the snail is Switzerland.
(We sell some of her designs as Tattly.)