Saturday, January 31, 2009

The Official Tooth Fairy Kit

Here are the official "instructions" over at the Office of the Tooth Fairy:

Simply place tooth in the attached envelope and insert your completed certificate in the deposit bag. Place the full bag under your pillow. The tooth fairy will collect the Certificate of Record and place your compensation in the deposit bag.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Illustration Friday: Flawed

Inspector 29

I bought a t-shirt and these stickers were on the inside. I had know idea quality assurance for t-shirts was such a big deal. This discovery led to the above illustration.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Illustration Friday: Pale

Because whoever says, "You, look great. Did you just see a ghost or something?"

Monday, January 5, 2009

Andy Mangold

A nice looking redesign by Andy Mangold.


Covers is an interesting Book Cover Blog site maintained by Brooklyn based design firm Fwis. Book Covers are submitted and can be discussed, most people seem to complain though, which adds to the fun.

Where The Wild Things Are: The Movie

Some images from the movie coming out Fall '09. It looks kind of cool, although I wonder about what it going to be done to fill the time, kind of like with The Cat in the Hat movie. Hopefully it will be good.

Daniel Danger

Stefan Venbroek

Gory Macabre plush toys


"London-based illustrator Von produces work that is emotive and technically complex. Influenced by the worlds of music, fashion, and design his work combines traditional and digital mark making techniques. In addition to commercial work for clients like American Express, Nike, and The New York Times Von has been hard at work on pieces for an upcoming solo show next year at Cerasoli-LeBasse in Los Angeles." via ComputerLove

100 Cereal Box Design

A pretty good collection of cereal boxes. Who knew the Cookie Crisp mascot used to be a wizard. via TrendLand

CES 2009 preview: LG video phone watch

"The annual CES begins this Thursday, January 8 and will run until January 11 in Las Vegas. this year’s consumer electronics show is expected to be a little quieter than normal, but will no doubt revel some neat gadgetry. One of the gadgets expected to launch at CES is the LG GD910 the korean company’s first HSDPA wrist phone. The wristwatch form features a small LCD touch screen that enables high speed video conferencing, mp3 playing and much more. Geeks need not worry, the phone will most certainly have a calculator. " via DesignBoom