Vancouver-based artist Wendy Tsao turns children’s drawings into real-life plush toys. Tsao began in 2007 by creating a plush version of a self-portrait that her 4-year-old son kept drawing. After seeing how excited he got at recognizing the creation as one inspired by his own work, Tsao started a business by accepting other kids’ drawings as well.
Using a screen-printing process, Chuck Dune creates unique designs for hundreds of greeting cards. This video shows the process all the way through, from cutting paper to printing the cards.
My screen printing device is a very cool little machine called the Print Goku. However, any screen will do for this technique.
Hanging in the Villa Empain, Boghossian Foundation in Brussels is an elegant carpet created by Jonathan Bréchignac. The details are astounding, but the reality is inspiring. This amazing carpet is not a carpet at all. It is a life-size drawing of a carpet made completely using Bic pens with blue ink and paper.
Check out how these folks took wacky drawings from real kids and made cute stuffed animals out of them. More at www.budsies.com
54 top illustrators, artists and designers team up to create a unique deck of playing cards. “When you’re playing poker, it’s the cards that matter.”
14 October 2013 – Leading illustrators, artists and designers from around the world have teamed up to create what could be the world’s most unique deck of playing cards. Launched on 12th of October, the Playing Arts site will reveal new cards from the deck each day, along with artist interviews and articles detailing how they work.
All of this will build up to the release of Playing Arts in early December. Poker fiends will be able to pre-order their own limited edition packs for just $20.
From the two of clubs by Tang Yau Hoong to the ace of diamonds by Jordan Debney, each participant has illustrated a single card in their own individual style. Newfren, Gary Fernández, Raul Urias, Chuck Anderson, Joshua Davis and Sara Blake are just a handful of the talented artists involved. Playing Arts promises to be vibrant, varied and contemporary – an ideal Christmas gift for the card player who has everything.
This collaborative project has been co-ordinated by the online magazine and creative community Digital Abstracts.
How to make a simple graffiti with simple recycled material to make the stencil.
You can make stencil ,using many layers of old used paper.
You draw the desired shape.
You cut out the shape.
You spray the shape.
You made a graffiti