Saturday, January 3, 2009


Thomas Forsyth designs objects that you can interact with and also play.

Drawing Tops"A spinning-top, that uses a pen as the spindle, represents many of the core ideas behind my
current work. it is recognisable, un-intimidating, and invites people to interact with objects that can lead to unpredictable results, or an emergent property. simply through indulging in the enjoyable process of spinning the top a bi-product is created. where the pen marks the surface, a beautiful map of the experience and events that have occurred is produced. I am able to draw, but I am not particularly talented at it and yet found that, through the interaction with these objects, I have created drawings that I am more proud of than any I have done before."

"This is my mischievous challenge on the rigidly structured squares of the chessboard. I have introduced new components to the board, some of which may only emerge during play. This encourages players to communicate and have creative input rather than simply follow pre-determined rules. You can play spontaneously, or those who want a more strategic game can negotiate rules before the game commences. This all means that players don’t need to know how to play chess in order to participate."

Just A Thought

Foam Plastic from Hand Made Font

Friday, January 2, 2009


I saw these and I thought they were awesome. I'm obsessed with rings and I would love to have this for myself. Handscapes are individual rings that depending on the order and position of the rings different landscapes are created. the rings come in preset arrangements or the user can pick their favourite three icon s and make their own personal hand scape.

I forgot to say

Happy New Year. Hope everyone had a good year!Goodbye 2008, Hello 2009!


Denise Grunstein's photography is great.


Ive been really into street art these last couple weeks. And I came across Faile which is a is an artist collective formed in 1999 and based in Brooklyn, New York. They progressed from posters to stencil graffiti.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008


Patrick Leger was added to my favorite artists after I looked into him a couple weeks ago. His paintings are just as amazing as his illustrations.

Just A Thought

The Narcissist Polaroids from Elizabeth West
Check her out. Shes a really good friend of mine and she is amazing in my eyes. A student at Brooks College in Santa Barbra.

Monday, December 29, 2008

Mr. Brainwash

Mr. Brainwash was a filmmaker and after being introduced to Banksy he started doing street art himself. He also had done some paintings and sold them to Michael Jackson, before his street art career, while he was still a filmmaker. Now he is one of the most prolific street artists in California.

Play Pen

Play Pen, from Martin Salisbury, is a book with about 250 illustrations from artists all over the world. The illustrations explore the work of today's children's literature. Find via FredFlare

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Hamburger Panda

These prints by HamburgerPanda are so cute and creative. They have a science fiction feel to the animal/nature world. I love it.


Candance Meyer is a wonderful photographer. Her fashion photography is so good along with all her others.