Marc Anthony!

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Though today’s artists have a world of technology at their fingertips, many still choose to work in a more traditional manner. These are not painters who create works using oil, acrylic or watercolor – they’re artists who take everyday objects like matches, buttons, and nails to make intricate artworks that deserve a closer look. Check out the full list here, brought to you by My Modern Met and smartwater.


German designer Meike Harde created Time Is Dancing, a beautiful clock that tells time through ballerina poses.

El Miedo hay que observarlo para dejar de verlo. #NoOlvidar



I’m headed to TCAF in less than a week! I’ll have brand new copies of my Riso-printed comic, Popo, debuting at the show, and I’ll have copies of my brand new picture book, just out a week ago, Nine Words Max, written by Dan Bar-el, and published by Tundra Books.

I will also have previous work, like That One Spooky Night, which came out from Kids Can Press in 2012, also written by Dan Bar-el, but I haven’t had it at TCAF yet. And doodle books and minicomics and Cloudy Collection prints and more bits and goodies.

Please come say hello if you’re at the show! I’ll tell you what I had for breakfast and do a silly dance and sign things and everything! I’m very generous like that. I look forward to meeting you!

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Romain Laurent’s Gifs

Photographer Romain Laurent creates a new looping animated portrait each week. The project began as a way to break free from the pressure of commercial work and has turned into something awesome.