cute little pumpkin beautifully carved by my wife
Archive for October, 2007
I’ve been very much enjoying the Book by its Cover blog lately. They’ve been posting tons of off the beaten path beautiful artbooks and sketchbooks.
The scary part is that this didn’t require much work …
Been a crazy couple of weeks at work, but we’re finally almost done with this push. So … I found a little time to finish page 26 of the Haiku 5-7-5, you can read it here.
The second book I got at Kinokuniya last week is filled with amazing woodblock prints by Hokusai (1760-1849). The title, “Hokusai – First Manga Master” is a tad hokey perhaps but there’s no doubt that the rich visual culture of Ukiyoe has had a huge influence on manga’s visual storytelling and even on japanese culture [...]
This is a pretty crazy event down San Francisco’s Bernal hill. All sorts of nutty homemade vehicles and even Elvis doing wheelies. This guy was impressive, he could stay up in a wheelie and stay there, while even making sharp little turns and even while sitting on the handle bars. The iPhone sure took a [...]
This Spanish film produced by Filmax Animation looks gorgeous, check the website out there’s images, trailers and more. Hope Nocturna makes it out here to the US.
Oh goody my BuynLarge postage stamps arrived today, neat. BbL stamps Originally uploaded by ecasarosa.
The next global drawing marathong is approaching! It’s schedule for Sunday November 4th! Be sure to come by the SketchCrawl.com forums and check in on where people are crawling around the world or let us know where you will be drawing. Ronnie and I will be in New York for this crawl, we hope to [...]
Here’s the first book I got at Kinokiniya the other night: Yakuza moon by Shoko Tendo, memoirs of a gangster’s daughter. Which is proving to be, as you can imagine, an inspiring read for me. I am really trying to immerse myself in this world. I am a third through and I’m hooked. Real life [...]