The Barack Obama carved jack-o-lantern was sold right before we had the chance to take a photo.
If you want to take a stab at pumpkin art, McMahon offers carving tips in an article "Pumpkin Carving 101."
credit info for images above
top image: c.1925, book cover designed and illustrated by Anna Lesznai
bottom image: c. 1930, poster designed by Alex Keil
This new animated Sanrio promo in honor of the 35th anniversary of Hello Kitty, shows the evolution of the character design through the years. (the video is a bit of cuteness and color overload)
It would've been nice to see the credit for the artist who initially created Hello Kitty, Yuko Shimizu, but we weren't expecting to see it.
In celebration of Hello Kitty's anniversary, Three Apples: An Exhibition Celebrating 35 Years of Hello Kitty will run from October 23rd through November 15th, 2009 at the Royal/T gallery space in Los Angeles.
"This exhibition will reveal the cutting-edge of Post Office poster design from 1930 to 1960. Drawing on work by some of the 20th century's leading artists and designers, it will explore how the Post Office communicated itself as a modern organization and advertised its expanding network of services." —The British Postal Museum and Archive
Designs on Delivery: GPO posters 1930-1960 runs from October 7th through November 9th, 2009 at the Well Gallery at the London College of Communication.
credit for top image: c. 1947, designed by Leonard Beaumont © The British Postal Museum & Archive
credit for second image: c. 1937, designed by E. McKnight Kauffer © The British Postal Museum & Archive
credit for last image: c. 1945, designed by Hans Schleger © The British Postal Museum & Archive
"We've filled the pages of the GOOD 100 issue with a beautiful collection of hand-cut (and glued and taped) construction-paper models. It wouldn't have been possible without the tireless work of just about everyone at GOOD, as well as these guest paper cutters: Sheli Ben-Ner, Daryl Brook, Colleen Corcoran, Jessica De Jesus, Isis Kraus, Jamie Loos, Jacqui Oakley, Jonathan Park, Sonja Rasula, Keith Scharwath, Jared Schorr, Ana Serrano, and Alissa Walker. Thank you." —a note from GOOD included in opening spread of feature
Though GOOD's online presence overflows with reading material and visual eye candy, the content from the new issue is currently not online. Oh well, guess you'll need to support the printed magazine and purchase the issue. Below are just a few more paper-cut images found in the magazine:
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