Linework in the key of A:
- Celebrating the family’s big screen premiere, Harper’s Bazaar feautres a great spread of Simpsons Couture. “Marge lets down her hair for Versace. Lisa gives up her pearls for Alber Elbaz. Homer dresses as Karl Lagerfeld. Selma & Patty in Viktor & Rolf.” [Via]
- Illustrator Techniques demonstrates how to use the app to imitate A Scanner Darkly. They also interview lead animator Sterling Allen. [Via Thorsten Wulff]
- Famed for his Modernist bird illustrations, Charley Harper passed away on June 10th. Like many people, I suspect, I’d seen and enjoyed his work without knowing his name. Drawn features a set of links celebrating his life and work.
- Calgary-based Joy Ang has crafted some lovely lovebirds. I also dig her umbrellas, and her Zodiac cubes would go well with Amanda Visell’s blocky Ephunt toy. [Via]
- I’ve mentioned it previously, but Mario Cavalli’s Compaq bird animation always makes me smile.
- For the Audi A5, UK-based designers GT have created A Rhythm of Lines–a site that lets you create abstract car-related artwork (kinda; I find it a little obscure). [Via]
- Car Design News is hosting a series of tutorials on car rendering, heavily using Photoshop. [Via]
- “I can’t tell if you’re hot from those MySpace photos…” Get postcards for the modern age from SomeECards.
- Famous artists sketch their creations while blindfolded. I enjoy the crazy faux-Cubist results. [Via]
- Amy Dresser’s got a neat little illustration portfolio.
- I find these suicide prevention posters totally brilliant.
- Vecteezy is a sharing site for free vector artwork. Fa sheezy. [Via]