Saturday, December 6, 2008
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Yowza! I woke up on Friday to hear from a few readers that Sub-Studio had been mentioned on Lucky Magazine's website in the "Sites We Love" section! I was beyond excited and went to the website to see what the deal was...Jean (Notcot) had been profiled by Lucky and asked what she blogs she was reading - she mentioned Sub-Studio, Designboom and the Wooster Collective! We are honored to be a favorite of Jean's and to be mentioned in the same article as Designboom and Wooster Collective - we love them! And the day only got better when I found out that the same article ran in the print version of Lucky, too!
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
We're really excited to see the finished images of the Peer collaboration we took part in. Peer is a limited-edition, collaborative art coloring book curated by Renee Garner of Wolfie and the Sneak. Renee asked 25 artists to contribute: Kate Bingaman-Burt, Will Bryant, Lisa Congdon, Stephanie DosReis, Camilla Engman, Jessica Gonacha, Frances Hawthorne, Abbey Hendrickson, Jennifer Judd-McGee, Sandra Juto, Kelly Lynn Jones, One Good Bumblebee, Puloverchito, Selflesh, Groundwork, Jen Ray, Justin Richel, Julia Rothman, Model Citizen, Heather Smith Jones, Lisa Solomon, Sub-Studio, Something's Hiding in Here, Oh My Cavalier! and Wolfie and the Sneak. Each artist drew a self-portrait for the book, and Renee labored hard to put it all together. You can purchase the book here, and after you have contributed to the artwork with your beautiful coloring skills, each print is easily removed for framing. Also, when you're finished coloring in the prints, you can upload your masterpieces to the Peer flickr group.
Friday, September 26, 2008
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
The Big Picture put together a beautiful collection of photographs in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. It's so tragic that children should be born into this world only to be fighting for their lives almost as soon as they arrive.
In the U.S., over 12,000 children under the age of 21 are diagnosed with cancer every year, approximately 3,000 of them will not survive the disease. A diagnosis can turn the lives of a family upside down - days suddenly filled with alternating moments of courage, frustration, boredom, anxiety and pain. The objective of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is to put a spotlight on the types of cancer that largely affect children, survivorship issues, and - importantly - to help raise funds for research groups working towards cures.
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Monday, September 8, 2008
Work in Progress
Working on a drawing for an upcoming project about two intertwined beings. I won't actually be in the image. The reason for that is I also picked up a copy of The Elegant Universe over the weekend. I watched the NOVA episodes and since the episodes were so great, I thought it would be a good idea to read the book too.
Keep your fingers crossed for the test of the LHC on Wednesday!