The Sleeping Goddess in The Lost Gardens of Heligan in England.

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Sailor Moon shirts

So I saw a Wonder Woman shirt the other day that said “Girls Will Save the World” and I thought it was a really awesome and empowering feminist phrase, so I decided to do a Sailor Moon version. <3

I was surprised how fun it was to draw the Crisis brooch because I usually hate doing vector stuff. I wanna make mooooore now.

forehead kisses.

something so simple, yet so innocent and sweet is the way to my heart.

i’ve gotten 2 from the same person since Friday, and i think i’m falling in love with brown eyes.


JeeYoung Lee (South Korea)

Recently graduated from Seoul’s Hongik University in her native South Korea, JeeYoung Lee shoots the invisible. Whereas traditional photography submits extracts of reality to our eyes, the artist offers excerpts from her heart, her memory, or her dreams. Restrained by the inherent limits of the conventional photographic medium, she adds plastic creativity and theatrical performance to it, in order to blow life into her immense needs of expression, and interrogation.

For weeks, sometimes months, she creates the fabric of a universe born from her mind within the confines of her 3 x 6 m studio. She does so with infinite minutiae and extraordinary patience, in order to exclude any ulterior photographic alteration. Thus materialised, these worlds turn real and concretise: imagination reverts to the tangible and the photo imagery of such fiction testify as to their reality. In the midst of each of these sets stands the artist: those self-portraits however are never frontal, since it is never her visual aspect she shows, but rather her quest for an identity, her desires and her frame of mind. Her imaginary is a catharsis which allows her to accept social repression and  frustrations. The moment required to set the stage gives her time to meditate about the causes of her interior conflicts and hence exorcise them; once experienced, they in turn become portents of hope.

Recipient of multiple artistic awards including the Sovereign Art Prize (2012), JeeYoung Lee is one the the most promising up-and-rising figureheads of the younger Korean artistic world. Her Photographs have already found their way into public collections such as th Kyoto Photographic Museum in Japan, the Incheon Foundation for Art and Culture, or even Seoul’s OCI Museum. (src: OPIOM Gallery)

[more JeeYoung Lee | artist found at red-lipstick]

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A little gif to show my process for an illustration I created for a competition. 

Rough lines -> More precise lines -> Flat color -> With more detail -> Finished


Made With Paper

Abstract - Celebrating dots and circles


DIY speaker phonograph. Now the whole house can listen to music from my smartphone. by marcelo ferrer @ grandmilodon.


Stockings.  NY Times 2009.


Roby Dwi Antono (b. 1990, Ambarawa, Semarang, Indonesia) - Bird And Tree     Drawings: Graphite


Great news - you can win a free copy of my Oddsoks kids book app for your iPad from Storypanda!

Enter the contest here - you simply need to comment, answering the question: “What do the Oddsoks like to drink out of Jimi’s socks?” 

There are 5 copies up for grabs - the deadline is April 7th 2014 and it is open to all, worldwide. 



Burning my own book did not feel the way I thought it would. No part of it felt destructive or transgressive. It felt appropriate. Like it would have been weird if I had not burned it.

The word “fire” occurs 23 times in Echo of the Boom. “Burn” occurs 44 times. The final edit that was made before locking the manuscript was the removal of the line “close enough, this page might simply burn in your hands.” They took it out because of the people who would be reading the digital version. I guess you can’t really burn a book anymore. Only a copy of a book.

- Maxwell Neely-Cohen

(own the book)


Day 72 - 14/3/2014

A coloured up version of a larger picture from Drink & Draw!