The Nature of Origami
Bernie Peyton uses some of the best animal origami I’ve ever seen to call attention to threatened species and remind us that nature’s treasures (the living ones, not the paper ones) are worth protecting. Check out his gallery … I bet you can’t pick out a favorite!
Materials: Paper, ink. Measurements: 41/2” x 21/2” x 1/2”
- Japanese, Edo period, early 19th century
- Tadayoshi, Japanese, 19th century
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Scream Queen #15: Ingrid Pitt!
A daily Shocktober tribute to the lovely ladies who articulated our cinematic fears!
MONSTERpalooza 2012: Mole People!
You want monsters? You know you do! And you came to the right place as I team up with Facebook-allies Newmanology and the Jesse Marinoff Reyes Design Page will link-up and present our month-long Countdown to Halloween that will make you scr eam! We will present posters, publications, art, photos, collectibles, objects, and more that will turn October into MONSTober, so tune in every day for a monster per day—if you dare! See more terrorific graphic goodies right now from Newmanology: http://www.facebook.com/newmanology?ref=ts&fref=ts http://newmanology.tumblr.com/ and Jesse Reyes Design: http://www.facebook.com/jessemarinoffreyesdesign?ref=ts&fref=ts