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My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)

These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson

These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]

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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste
Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter |  [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]
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Calvin & Hobbes In The Real World by Michael S. Den Beste

Created by Oregan based freelance photographer Michael S. Den Beste this humorous series throws classic comic characters Calvin & Hobbes into the real world as they continue on their adventures. View the entire series here.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration & Reddit]

(Source: myedol.com)

Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong

I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.

Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Animated Illustrations by Rebecca Mock
This is why I love tumblr, discovering talented artists that use this site to share their work for all of us to enjoy is only ever a good thing. I love Rebecca’s light hearted whimsically illustrations, and by animating them she only makes them even more interesting. If you’d like to find more of Rebecca’s work I suggest having a look at her tumblr blog, which is linked below.




Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: BLDGWLF]
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Animated Illustrations by Rebecca Mock
This is why I love tumblr, discovering talented artists that use this site to share their work for all of us to enjoy is only ever a good thing. I love Rebecca’s light hearted whimsically illustrations, and by animating them she only makes them even more interesting. If you’d like to find more of Rebecca’s work I suggest having a look at her tumblr blog, which is linked below.




Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: BLDGWLF]
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Animated Illustrations by Rebecca Mock

This is why I love tumblr, discovering talented artists that use this site to share their work for all of us to enjoy is only ever a good thing. I love Rebecca’s light hearted whimsically illustrations, and by animating them she only makes them even more interesting. If you’d like to find more of Rebecca’s work I suggest having a look at her tumblr blog, which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | TwitterTumblr | [via: BLDGWLF]

(Source: myedol.com)

Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen

I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]

(Source: myedol.com)

Incredible Doodles by Keita Sagaki
When I was young almost every page of my school book had some kind of doodle on it. I liked to draw stick men stinging from letters and climbing paragraphs like cliffs. I also used to draw peculiar faces and animals, much like Keita Sagaki, who doodles excessively until they begin to merge together on the page and start to form wonderfully complex works of art.

Artists: | Website | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Incredible Doodles by Keita Sagaki
When I was young almost every page of my school book had some kind of doodle on it. I liked to draw stick men stinging from letters and climbing paragraphs like cliffs. I also used to draw peculiar faces and animals, much like Keita Sagaki, who doodles excessively until they begin to merge together on the page and start to form wonderfully complex works of art.

Artists: | Website | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Incredible Doodles by Keita Sagaki
When I was young almost every page of my school book had some kind of doodle on it. I liked to draw stick men stinging from letters and climbing paragraphs like cliffs. I also used to draw peculiar faces and animals, much like Keita Sagaki, who doodles excessively until they begin to merge together on the page and start to form wonderfully complex works of art.

Artists: | Website | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Incredible Doodles by Keita Sagaki
When I was young almost every page of my school book had some kind of doodle on it. I liked to draw stick men stinging from letters and climbing paragraphs like cliffs. I also used to draw peculiar faces and animals, much like Keita Sagaki, who doodles excessively until they begin to merge together on the page and start to form wonderfully complex works of art.

Artists: | Website | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Incredible Doodles by Keita Sagaki
When I was young almost every page of my school book had some kind of doodle on it. I liked to draw stick men stinging from letters and climbing paragraphs like cliffs. I also used to draw peculiar faces and animals, much like Keita Sagaki, who doodles excessively until they begin to merge together on the page and start to form wonderfully complex works of art.

Artists: | Website | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Incredible Doodles by Keita Sagaki

When I was young almost every page of my school book had some kind of doodle on it. I liked to draw stick men stinging from letters and climbing paragraphs like cliffs. I also used to draw peculiar faces and animals, much like Keita Sagaki, who doodles excessively until they begin to merge together on the page and start to form wonderfully complex works of art.

Artists: | Website | [via: Beautiful Decay]

(Source: myedol.com)

Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi

This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]

(Source: myedol.com)

Bad Little Children’s Books by Bob Staake
"Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s"
Renowned children’s book author and illustrator Bob Staake has create a 26 piece parody series which consists of vintage children’s books that I would definitely read myself. All of them have a level of dark humour I can jump on board with, in fact the Zippy Denies The Holocaust cover had me almost crying with laughter. Here’s a selection of my personal favourites, but the entire series is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Flickr |
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Bad Little Children’s Books by Bob Staake
"Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s"
Renowned children’s book author and illustrator Bob Staake has create a 26 piece parody series which consists of vintage children’s books that I would definitely read myself. All of them have a level of dark humour I can jump on board with, in fact the Zippy Denies The Holocaust cover had me almost crying with laughter. Here’s a selection of my personal favourites, but the entire series is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Flickr |
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Bad Little Children’s Books by Bob Staake
"Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s"
Renowned children’s book author and illustrator Bob Staake has create a 26 piece parody series which consists of vintage children’s books that I would definitely read myself. All of them have a level of dark humour I can jump on board with, in fact the Zippy Denies The Holocaust cover had me almost crying with laughter. Here’s a selection of my personal favourites, but the entire series is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Flickr |
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Bad Little Children’s Books by Bob Staake
"Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s"
Renowned children’s book author and illustrator Bob Staake has create a 26 piece parody series which consists of vintage children’s books that I would definitely read myself. All of them have a level of dark humour I can jump on board with, in fact the Zippy Denies The Holocaust cover had me almost crying with laughter. Here’s a selection of my personal favourites, but the entire series is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Flickr |
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Bad Little Children’s Books by Bob Staake
"Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s"
Renowned children’s book author and illustrator Bob Staake has create a 26 piece parody series which consists of vintage children’s books that I would definitely read myself. All of them have a level of dark humour I can jump on board with, in fact the Zippy Denies The Holocaust cover had me almost crying with laughter. Here’s a selection of my personal favourites, but the entire series is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Flickr |
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Bad Little Children’s Books by Bob Staake
"Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s"
Renowned children’s book author and illustrator Bob Staake has create a 26 piece parody series which consists of vintage children’s books that I would definitely read myself. All of them have a level of dark humour I can jump on board with, in fact the Zippy Denies The Holocaust cover had me almost crying with laughter. Here’s a selection of my personal favourites, but the entire series is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Flickr |
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Bad Little Children’s Books by Bob Staake

"Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children’s Books From the 1940s Through 1960s"

Renowned children’s book author and illustrator Bob Staake has create a 26 piece parody series which consists of vintage children’s books that I would definitely read myself. All of them have a level of dark humour I can jump on board with, in fact the Zippy Denies The Holocaust cover had me almost crying with laughter. Here’s a selection of my personal favourites, but the entire series is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Flickr |

(Source: myedol.com)

Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv

When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]

(Source: myedol.com)

Goldie by Gerrel Saunders
Due to the controversy now surrounding this work I thought it would be appropriate to promote it. If you didn’t know already Gerrel, aka Gaks, has been the recent victim of a copyright debacle which sprung up because the so called rapper Soulja Boy used Gaks work for his latest mixtape cover titled, Juice II.
On the bright side I saw the series was featured on the front page of Behance, which is a great achievement.


Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr
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Goldie by Gerrel Saunders
Due to the controversy now surrounding this work I thought it would be appropriate to promote it. If you didn’t know already Gerrel, aka Gaks, has been the recent victim of a copyright debacle which sprung up because the so called rapper Soulja Boy used Gaks work for his latest mixtape cover titled, Juice II.
On the bright side I saw the series was featured on the front page of Behance, which is a great achievement.


Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr
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Goldie by Gerrel Saunders
Due to the controversy now surrounding this work I thought it would be appropriate to promote it. If you didn’t know already Gerrel, aka Gaks, has been the recent victim of a copyright debacle which sprung up because the so called rapper Soulja Boy used Gaks work for his latest mixtape cover titled, Juice II.
On the bright side I saw the series was featured on the front page of Behance, which is a great achievement.


Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr
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Goldie by Gerrel Saunders
Due to the controversy now surrounding this work I thought it would be appropriate to promote it. If you didn’t know already Gerrel, aka Gaks, has been the recent victim of a copyright debacle which sprung up because the so called rapper Soulja Boy used Gaks work for his latest mixtape cover titled, Juice II.
On the bright side I saw the series was featured on the front page of Behance, which is a great achievement.


Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr
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Goldie by Gerrel Saunders

Due to the controversy now surrounding this work I thought it would be appropriate to promote it. If you didn’t know already Gerrel, aka Gaks, has been the recent victim of a copyright debacle which sprung up because the so called rapper Soulja Boy used Gaks work for his latest mixtape cover titled, Juice II.

On the bright side I saw the series was featured on the front page of Behance, which is a great achievement.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr

(Source: myedol.com)

Illustrating Childhood Imagination by Jay Fleck
I remember a lot of my childhood imaginations, some are very strange and surreal, some are fun and playful, but all of them are unique to me and I remember many of them so vividly they almost feel real. This set of light hearted illustrations are visualisations of some rather interesting imaginations from the mind of a child.

Artists: | Society6 | Flickr | [via: Visual News]
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Illustrating Childhood Imagination by Jay Fleck
I remember a lot of my childhood imaginations, some are very strange and surreal, some are fun and playful, but all of them are unique to me and I remember many of them so vividly they almost feel real. This set of light hearted illustrations are visualisations of some rather interesting imaginations from the mind of a child.

Artists: | Society6 | Flickr | [via: Visual News]
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Illustrating Childhood Imagination by Jay Fleck
I remember a lot of my childhood imaginations, some are very strange and surreal, some are fun and playful, but all of them are unique to me and I remember many of them so vividly they almost feel real. This set of light hearted illustrations are visualisations of some rather interesting imaginations from the mind of a child.

Artists: | Society6 | Flickr | [via: Visual News]
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Illustrating Childhood Imagination by Jay Fleck
I remember a lot of my childhood imaginations, some are very strange and surreal, some are fun and playful, but all of them are unique to me and I remember many of them so vividly they almost feel real. This set of light hearted illustrations are visualisations of some rather interesting imaginations from the mind of a child.

Artists: | Society6 | Flickr | [via: Visual News]
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Illustrating Childhood Imagination by Jay Fleck

I remember a lot of my childhood imaginations, some are very strange and surreal, some are fun and playful, but all of them are unique to me and I remember many of them so vividly they almost feel real. This set of light hearted illustrations are visualisations of some rather interesting imaginations from the mind of a child.

Artists: | Society6 | Flickr | [via: Visual News]

(Source: myedol.com)

Skin Illustrations by Emma Hack
You’ve probably seen Emma’s work in the music video for Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye. Some of her creations can take up to 15 hours to finish, which seems astonishing considering the canvas is a living human and they have to stand perfectly still for the entire time.

Artist: | Website |  [via: whudat]
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Skin Illustrations by Emma Hack
You’ve probably seen Emma’s work in the music video for Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye. Some of her creations can take up to 15 hours to finish, which seems astonishing considering the canvas is a living human and they have to stand perfectly still for the entire time.

Artist: | Website |  [via: whudat]
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Skin Illustrations by Emma Hack
You’ve probably seen Emma’s work in the music video for Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye. Some of her creations can take up to 15 hours to finish, which seems astonishing considering the canvas is a living human and they have to stand perfectly still for the entire time.

Artist: | Website |  [via: whudat]
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Skin Illustrations by Emma Hack
You’ve probably seen Emma’s work in the music video for Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye. Some of her creations can take up to 15 hours to finish, which seems astonishing considering the canvas is a living human and they have to stand perfectly still for the entire time.

Artist: | Website |  [via: whudat]
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Skin Illustrations by Emma Hack
You’ve probably seen Emma’s work in the music video for Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye. Some of her creations can take up to 15 hours to finish, which seems astonishing considering the canvas is a living human and they have to stand perfectly still for the entire time.

Artist: | Website |  [via: whudat]
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Skin Illustrations by Emma Hack

You’ve probably seen Emma’s work in the music video for Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye. Some of her creations can take up to 15 hours to finish, which seems astonishing considering the canvas is a living human and they have to stand perfectly still for the entire time.

Artist: | Website | [via: whudat]

(Source: myedol.com)

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