Monthly Archives: September 2011

Shaun Tan

Illustrations by Shaun Tan from the book Tales from Outer Suburbia.

{artist found via life is a danceable tragedy}


John and Faith Hubley

Michael Sporn just wrote a wonderful post about Moonbird, the 1959 Academy Award winning short by the Hubleys. He’s posted a lot of beautiful stills as well as good information regarding techniques, sound, paints, etc. Definitely take a look!

And if you’re not familiar with the film:

{via Michael Sporn Splog}

Helga Aichinger

Illustrations by Helga Aichinger. 1970s.

{via arthurvankruining’s photostream and 50 watts}

Brendan Wenzel


Brendan Wenzel has added many new animals to his website since the last time I posted. One of his prints is also featured on The Working Proof; it sells for $30 and %15 of the profits go to the Jane Goodall Institute.



I didn’t expect to be so affected by September 11th today. I’ve written this post several times, but I’m at a loss for words to say much of anything. Instead I want to share this speech made by Jon Stewart ten years ago – Jon at his most honest. Perhaps you like his show, perhaps you don’t, but I recommend the clip all the same.

Better quality can be found on the Daily Show website.

Shayna Leib


Glass sculptures by Shayna Leib. To create each sculpture, Leib pulls over a mile of thin glass and cuts it into tens of thousands of pieces. Check out the process here.

{via Colossal}

Tree of Life Poster

Beautiful poster available at Degree. (In no way associated with the film, although both are wonderful.)