This is a great comic book. It’s a funny and clever story, and especially great are the super villains including The OutSourcerer, Loophole and The Broker. Find out more here: Official site
This has been floating round for a while, but it’s so beautiful I had to track it down. Go to The Centennial Society to view the entire sequence of images:
Been out for a while, but one of the best reels around:
Some more great tips from the motion guru, Andrew Kramer:
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Here are some ideas from Scott McCloud and Jim Fallone that I’ve basically summarised and added a few bits.
Dr. Yoshiro Nakamatsu is so cool he shouldn’t really exist. He’s the kind of stereotypical crazy inventor you usually only find in comic books and children’s TV.
Ever heard of CDs, DVDs, and floppy disks? They’re his. The digital watch? That’s his. Fax machine, synthesizer, karaoke machine, the list goes on. And when I say it goes on, I mean it really goes on. He has over 3,000 patents to his name, the most in the world. To put that in context, that’s three times as many as Thomas Edison, who holds second place. So he’s a great inventor? He has come up with lots of great ideas? That’s not the coolest thing about this guy. What makes him so cool, what makes him so loveable, is that he’s a little bit crazy as well.
Her wonderful exhibition ‘Emergence’ is just one of a collection of inspiring work. Very talented indeed.
Graffiti Technica combines awesome style and 3D skills to create these killer motion graphics.
Great colour, form and snappy timing. A real lesson in tailoring the visuals to the music.
Glamourous, sunbathing couples, tropical foliage and derelict architecture are just some of the elements Chloe Early mixes together in her surreal, dreamy paintings. She’s got an exhibition from 6th-29th November at Stolenspace gallery in London.
These amazing fractured sculptures are made by one Gehard Demetz from Germany. Reminds me a bit of The Midwich Cuckoos.