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Loving David Peterson’s Muppet adaptation artwork, as featured in Lauren Davis’s article on io9 “Muppets illustrations reenact classic tales and legends”. These would be great to use for class- so playful and clever. They would be a wonderful springboard for many activities, conceptual and artistic.


Glow @ Flavor Paper : Tasty Handscreened and Digital Wallcoverings.

Loving these wallpapers at Flavor Paper. Yes they have scratch-n-sniff banana and cherry papers, but they also have removable/reusable papers for renters like myself. The only catch is that it’s pricey…but wow-

Mankind is Kind, Austria 1995

Elizabeth Resnick from Massachusetts College of Art and Design curated this collection of AIDS awareness posters spanning 25 years- The Graphic Intervention. The collection depicts the story of AIDS, and particularly how the AIDS epidemic has been addressed by the global community. The graphic design industry has greatly affected awareness levels, and continues to. It’s incredible to track and see the progression of the disease, treatment, and awareness levels by studying posters-

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Cut 1998

Thanks to a lovely conversation with a teacher at The Renaissance Charter School in NYC, I am now growing familiar with the amazing work of Kara Walker. I love shadow and silhouette work, and Walker is quite the master at projecting both. Her work is full of energy, history, and story- I am looking forward to studying it more, and hopefully integrating her work into curriculum designs.

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Art is a propellant in life, fuel for the imagination. The idea for some of these pieces came from, particularly Lauren Davis, staff writer for the site.

io9 writer Lauren Davis reports on illustrator the Gorgonist’s, aka Robin Kaplan, concept art in her article “Fancy girls dress up as Droids, Daleks, and Death Stars”. These playful and smart pieces are available on Etsy.

For class, I think these pieces will serve as incredible models and inspirations for student work: adaptations and fusions, illustrated and writing.

Immaterials: Light Painting WiFi

Flowing Data catalogs some of the best data designs of the year. I love statistics and art, and when the two are fused a blending of feel-good and the-order-of-the-Universe-beauty-of-math transpires.

I love the hair and branch enmeshment. My friend forwarded me this image with the lyrics to the Royksopp and Karin Dreijer Andersson compilation “What Else is There”-