17 coolest signature ranked

The gravity-defying house

Dalston House Art Argentine artist Leandro Erlich has created a piece of art that demands a second look.  With people seemingly hanging from windows children climbing on cornices it’s no surprise that this caught the eye of passers-by in Dalston, London. – by Mike Robinson MSN

Happy Holi, Jackson Pollock style

Jackson Pollock (1912-1956), was an American painter and the commanding figure of the abstract expressionist movement. He was well known for his unique style of drip painting. This Holi greeting is done in Pollock’s style. It used a Flash-based web program developed by Miltos Manetas. Happy Holi and have a colorful year ahead. ~Sunil Shibad  

A study in charcoal art

The dramatic, rich markings left by charcoal appear in the earliest primitive cave painting of early humans, which are believed to have been drawn with the charcoal created from burnt sticks. Artists continue to employ this medium because of its versatile ability to capture both gestures and emotions with an intuitive mixture of the soft


Illustrator Noma Bar’s work is so simple, yet so clever you can’t fail to be impressed. One half of Bar’s work provides stark political or social commentary within simple graphic forms, whilst the other half manipulates everyday icons to create funny images that make you look twice, maybe three times. Guess Who?  The many faces of

Russian criminals’ tattoos : Art in hell

  (via Eye magazine) If you haven’t yet familiarized yourself with the inner-most workings of the Russian criminal underground, then take a look at Danzig Baldayev’s encyclopedia that chronicles his experience with Russian prison tattoos. Baldayev spent over 30 years documenting and translating some 3,600 tattoos while working as a prison guard in the notorious

Inglourious Basterds: The lost art of the film

Some of the people behind Inglourious Basterds teamed up with Upper Playground to create a number of commissioned pieces based on the film. The resulting batch of artwork included images by Alex Pardee, Sam Flores, David Choe, and about 10 others, and none of them ever saw the light of day. Now, they will be

Short papercraft film on the beauty of the book

  “Going West” is a beautiful short film illustrating the worlds in a book, incorporating papercraft to make something dreamlike and wonderful. It was animated by Andersen M Studio.

Bent objects by Terry Border

Wacky artist Terry Border specializes in bringing food and ordinary objects alive – all with a deliciously dark sense of humor. You can see more of Terry’s Bent Objects at his website, and you can order the book here.   

The Rolling Stones creative brief to Andy Warhol

Now if only more clients briefed ad agencies in this manner.  

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