Posts Tagged ‘book’
This book of type specimens is rad. I’m not sure why I have been finding so many that are written in French lately, but good type looks great, regardless of language.
These two dudes…cajoled their Volkswagen bus along Highway 1 from the Oregon border to the Tijuana Sloughs and discovered everything the Golden State’s legendary coastline has to offer.
Even if you don’t know a single thing about surfing, like me, you’ll probably be into these lush photos filled with epic scenery. More info here and get a peek of some of their adventures after the jump.
Loads of updates are flying in from Ray Fenwick’s second book Mascots (Fantagraphics). The book is composed of Ray’s world famous hand lettering, wit, charm, good looks, and magical scent. It is now available for pre-order and after the jump you can view a ridiculous “Trailer” for it!
Jim Stoten has a new publication, Inside the Purple Palm Tree, available through my favorite independent publishers Nobrow! Just like everything Mr. Stoten does, this book is filled with his wild style and killer color combinations.
Printed and bound by hand, the book measures 20×29 cm, printed in four lush colours is our largest Small Press book to date and was printed using 24 separate screens.
Take a peek inside…
Let’s jump rope!
The internet, it’s open.
Not your typical Walgreen’s pharmacy.
It’s called the spoon prank, and it is hilarious.
Brine Icicles don’t mess around. They’re killer.
Would you ride a giant spoke-less ferris wheel?
Stop annoying your neighbors with these cheap soundproofing techniques.
One used time traveling DeLorean for sale. $600,000 OBO.
How good at Kerning are you? Why not test yourself?
It’s October, so why not celebrate with some Dia De Los Modernists posters?
While we’re talkin’ food, how about a pencil sharpener that dispenses parmesan pencil shavings? Yum!
Need to peel an entire head of garlic in under 10 seconds? Do it with two bowls.
This is the kinda Garden Gnome that lets people know you mean business.
Darth Vader blows some hot air.
You really need to be following Adam Garcia’s sketchbook blog.
That’s a really cool fountain. I want that in my yard.
Hey Portland! Cheat Local!
Marty McFly and Doc Brown have a backstory finally.
It’s the cartoon color wheel.
What if Charles Schulz wrote Jaws?
If there’s anything you learn from this, it’s that you shouldn’t get a discount taxidermist.
Not that you don’t already, but keep in mind that chain emails are bad.