Hey designers! We The Free is looking for new designs! Come to our Los Angeles We The Free store on August 20th, 2009, between 11am and 2pm, and bring your designs with you! You never know what could happen!
Email Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have! Thursday August 20th, 2009
We The Free
1520 Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA P.S. Hey East Coasters! Look for a chance to show your designs in September in Brooklyn! Stay tuned!
Kieran, a 6 year old from Norfolk UK, not only painted the amazing watercolor above, but many many more! His paintings are just beautiful, and the fact that he’s 6 years old is incredible! Check out this little video clip about him below! It’s really cute and cool!
These amazing and colorful sculptures by Ara Peterson are made of wood! I only wish I could see them in real life, because they are optical illusions as well, and appear to be moving before one’s eyes! Regardless, I love all the colors and textures!
Via The Best Part.
Japanese designhouse Felissimo is starting up a new project soon, and it’s pretty cool! For 33$ a month they will send you a different assortment of 25 like-colored pencils each month, for 20 months. The different colors have names like Arizona sunset and drizzly afternoon, and come in really awesome packaging – works of art in themselves! I can’t afford to subscribe, but maybe someday! Until then I’m enjoying the pictures! If you want to subscribe, or you just want to look at all the fabulous colors, check out the website!
I am in love with these beautiful old floral paintings. Dear Ada found them, but she has no idea who painted them! None of the commenters on her blog knew, but maybe you do! At any rate, if you like these as much as I do, check out Dear Ada’s post – she has the images in a much bigger size if you click through, and then you can use one as desktop wallpaper! You know I did!
It’s funny how something so simple can be so appealing! The movement and colors in these ribbons of paint by James Nares are just so eye-catching! It makes me want to go put paint ribbons all across the walls of my apartment… I don’t think my landlord would appreciate that so much though…
Our intrepid Art Director, Doub, recently returned from a business trip to London. While she was there, whenever she was walking on the street, she took pictures of cute girls that she saw! There were quite a few really lovely girls, too many to post all at once! Here is the first sampling… I’m loving all the floral prints!