Here is a pretty interesting set of posters done by Graphic Patrick, site found here. He did a little bit of research on mental health disorders and came across a few to visualize in a minimalist sort of way. Here they are, I am sure a few loony toons with these problems will really get a kick out of them.
The rest of the mental health disorders found below
Brian Stuckey’s mixed media art gathers our most iconic breakfast mascots for one final meal. It took him 3 months to finish the whole thing. The actual table is 38 in long. Prints available on Etsy here.
After posting photos of his face on Flickr, Noam Galai has now appeared in countless artworks without his permission. He’s honored by the free works, but upset by the ones that profit off his art. photography was stolen hundreds of times for years without his knowledge. This is his story, and it truly is amazing to see how something can spread so fast over night. I know 10 minutes is about 9 minutes too much for your attention span, but if you got the time check it out, it really is an amazing story.
Books are usually made for reading, yea I know crazy right. When a book isn’t used for ready sometimes we get creative and use them for a door stop, maybe a pillow to take a nap, or something for simple and boring. Well here is another use of books that is a little bit more creative and definitely a lot more pleasing to the eye. Here are some incredible book sculptures.
More amazing book sculptures below
I think everyone on Earth is aware of Charlie Sheen being a friggen gnarley gnarlington and winning in every aspect, so we aren’t going to post every time a new video of his awesomness comes out, which we probably should. But in case you aren’t on Charlie’s level here is your chance to start WINNINGGGG. Artist Alex Pardee created this kick ass poster inspired by Sheen’s winning all day every day. It is a 17″ x 22″ print with archival inks on acid free velvet cotton rag. You can buy yours here for $25 and decorate your walls with radical gnarlington tigerblood awesomeness. (The poster was inspired by the video below, Sheen doing work.)
Two things we love here at Zoot is art and hip-hop. So when the two come together in any shape or form, it is usually a big hit with us, and I think Patrick Moberg nailed it with his Animal Pharm illustration series. In our language, one letter can really make a difference. Moberg decided to implement this statement, by changing one, sometimes a few, letters in rappers names to transform them into animals. Sounds weird and I guess it is, but the results are pretty rad for sure. Piggie smalls in the buildinggggggg. You can check Patrick Moberg’s website out for more of his work found here.
Continue below for many more animal rappers
There always is a little mystery behind what is going on in the rest of the picture on a book cover or magazine. If it shows just a person’s torso, what kind of jeans were they wearing? Well having a little fun with magazine and book covers can solve all that with a little creativeness. Using magazines and book covers to mix with reality reminds me of a post we did a while back, using the same method but with record album covers (seen here). Either way we are digging both check out the large collection below.
Much more mixing and matching below
Banksy has recently popped up in Hollywood as of late, my guess is because of the Oscars being held on Feb. 27th, in which he is nominated for best documentary for “Exit through the Gift Shop”. I am actually really excited about the Oscars just because of Banksy. The problem the academy is having is they don’t know who he is at all, so they don’t know how to invite him, or not to have him kicked out when he tries to get to his seat, as well as they don’t know who is going to come up and accept the award if he wins. People across the board say he is a shoe in to win the award, but because of the mystery I wonder if he will get shafted to avoid problems, we shall see. (P.S. I am back from Miami so posting will be back to normal HOLLA.)
Swedish street artist Akay created a robotic device to spray paint rainbows. Akay’s campaign “Instruments of Mass Destructions” revolves around creating complex technical and robotic ways to create street art. A nice rainbow would brighten up anyones day as they walk down the street.