Posts Tagged ‘murals’

Jon Boam

Published June 3, 2010 by Molly




Not only do we love Jon Boam’s mural at digital marketing and communications agency Code Computerlove, we love the process photographs on Boam’s blog that illustrate paintings-in-action (as well as selected shenanigans, naturally.) See here for more.

Miss Lotion

Published February 8, 2010 by Molly




It is equal parts intimidating/awesome to encounter an artist who can do everything under the sun. Literally everything.

Miss Lotion draws the kinda stuff you dreamed of drawing during dull moments in high school chemistry: perfectly-proportioned, expressive and loony ice cream trucks, smokestacks, helicopters, psycho cats, magicians and piglets. Also stunningly accurate portraits. Also cool typefaces and commercial illustrations. Also paintings and logo designs.

The Danish-born artist— “born with a pen strapped to her hand”—is clearly the kind of compulsive mark-maker who can’t help herself from filling pages. We hope nothing ever stops her.

Where Childhood Meets Adolescence

Published November 25, 2009 by Molly



With just the right amount of creative license taken, artists Ruets, Spurn and Ewsoe exacted a Wild Things mural in Los Angeles. Good work on Max’s sneer, guys!

More Wild Murals

Published July 2, 2009 by Dallas



Snapped in the Mission District by Natalie, one of our favorite people.