Carlton Hibbert's pattern blog
I've posted the twentieth free pattern design to my pattern blog. There'll be lots more to come. Get over there and download them all. Grab your pencils and crayons and get busy with your kids.
Great T-Shirts for just $9! Best be quick though they're selling out fast.Here's one of my favourites...
Mythbusters: 1100 Barrel Paintball Gun
Not exactly illustration or art but impressive none the less...
An animated film by Steve May.
Becks Canvas competition
As detailed in my earlier post the brewers of Becks beer held an art competition. In the above image the winners are: (left to right) Charlotte Bracegirdle, Simon Cunningham, Tom Price and Riita Ikonen. Tasty, I particularly like Riita's "Let's Stick Together" label best. The bottles are on sale from the 1 August.
Standby for a great Webcomic, Oddfish. It's great and superbly drawn. And most importantly it now contains zebras.
Damon and Jamie team up for a new project for the BBC...You can see from the BBC blog that they get a bit of a mixed reaction from the general audience. For my money it hits the spot, great animation, a touch of nostalgia and a sprinkling of WTF to keep you on your toes. Well done to the BBC for being brave enough to run with this.
Brain twisting performance art, via Neatorama.
This award looks pretty interesting - Beck's Canvas. They are giving four artists the chance to put their artwork on Beck's bottle labels in August. They've helped the careers of Damien Hirst, Tracy Emin (more's the pity) and Jake & Dinos Chapman in the past. Having your work appear on 27 million bottles of beer can't be too shabby!
New look mag, brand new website
The last few months have been very busy for me. Firstly I had to do a redesign of my magazine, WPT Poker. My colleagues and I have produced a more focussed product aimed at the established poker playing community. We've added far more input from professional players, giving the reader far more chance to immerse themselves in the practice and atmosphere of cardroom mentality.The look of the magazine