Summer’s coming, and these prints couldn’t be more appropriate. Bright, fun, sweet.
by Chris Dina
I’ve been dying for a nicely designed deck of cards for awhile, so I was especially excited to see this trend start up over the last year. However, I’ve been extremely underwhelmed by what I’ve seen…until now.
"Whimsical Playing Cards" by Oksal Yesilok
Illustrators of the Week: Gwendal Le Bec, Jean Jullien and Yann le Bec for News of the Times
Each day, one of the three artists creates an editorial image for a daily news story. I love the idea, and am definitely following the Tumblr account.
Saul Bass only ever illustrated one children’s book. That book has recently been republished by Rizzoli/Universe.
Henri’s Walk to Paris is quintessentially Saul Bass with brightly colored and bold illustrations and a bit of mystery (all you ever see of Henri is his legs). I hear the story is rather mediocre, but I don’t care. This is Bass illustrating a kid’s book.
Is it wrong that I don’t have any kids of my own and I’m seriously considering buying this book?