What inspires you?
Five thought-inspiring things found online last week.
Rebecca Baumann’s Automated Colour Field is a perfect marriage between the Penn Station split-flap display and a Pantone chip book. May they live happily ever after! [via CollabCubed]
Cate Parr paints beautifully vibrant, fluid fashion watercolors and sells prints of them on Etsy. [via bumbumbum]
Have you ever used Faber Castell artist pens? They are known for their precision and control, and, according to this unbelievable video, artist Chan Hwee Chong uses them to draw portraits via one continuous, swirling line. Watch this! [via Behance]
Artist Kathy Klein gathers flora and organizes it into complex patterns, which she calls danmala (basically, flower circles). Her work has a "divine intervention" feel, which, incidentally, is exactly what she’s going for. [Via Plenty of Colour]
I think Colossal’s headline for So Hyun Woo’s work says it all: “Children’s Book Characters Arm Themselves for the Looming Fairytale Apocalypse.” Hilarious. [via Colossal]
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