So I’m incredibly behind the times here, but it occurred to me that I did not announce Cram Magazine’s Issue 2 on this blog. Issue 2’s theme was Opposing Forces, and thanks to generous donations via our Kickstarter account we were able to create a printed copy!
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Really. No one does. Jesus and I set out recently to help make the obligatory “look at my feet against the sky/ocean/broken sidewalk/grassy field” pictures cliche, so maybe people will stop taking them. Or at least maybe they’ll start taking them ironically.
My first foray into Tumblr:
Here it is – proof that you can work for yourself and make plenty of money to live on – all you need is THE INTERNET.
The NY Times did a great little piece on artists making a living selling their wares online.
I’ve been furiously embroidering for a couple weeks now, and hopefully after this weekend I’ll be ready to put a new line up on etsy. In the meantime, here’s a little sneak peek for your eyeballs:
Flavorwire did a post on libraries of the rich and famous, and some of them are mighty impressive.
Look, rich and famous people, these libraries are great and all, but talk to me when you’ve accomplished this:
In other news, I wanted to stick a blurb in here about Cram Magazine. As I’ve said before, it’s a project that I’ve been working on with Jesus. We’ve extended the submission deadline to January 31st, and I know a lot of you are super creative and talented, and have not yet submit your work to Cram. We’ve gotten some amazing submissions, and are looking forward to even more. Help us make our first issue completely awesome and inspirational – check out this page for submission information.
In other other news, speaking of libraries, you should check out the site Bookshelf Porn. It’s not what you think, I promise. SFW.
Some amazingly designed rings from nOir Jewelry. I may be biased because these are shiny and sparkley (so I inherently love them), but seriously, who wouldn’t want a gem studded octopus with hot pink eyes on their finger?
Fantastic idea for recycling creative content – after all, one of the best things about art school was seeing things other people made and thinking of ways to make them better (just me?).
This is a super cool website where you can take others creative blunders and recycle them into something fresh and new. Check it:
Creative Trashback is the world’s first interactive dump. You can recycle your creative trash or look through the garbage of some of the worlds most creative. If you find something nice, funny, stupid, ugly and odd or something inspiring; recycle it! Add stuff, mix it up and bring it back to life.
You can upload trash directly to our recycling station or download our handy desktop app.
Who knows? Maybe your scrapped ideas turn out to be gold after all.