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Well whaddya’ know, it’s Wednesday already. This week’s artist is the fantastic Emily Eldridge, an artist and illustrator who’s currently living in Hong Kong. I think Emily may just be the first Hong Kong based artist to created a desktop wallpaper! Anyhow I fell in love with her style, her line work is really playful and she has a great sense of shape and color. Everything she does just evokes this really great positivity, something I absolutely agree with.
Emily was kind enough to give away two wallpapers this week, each of them being inspired by the city of Hong Kong. The first was her “interpretation of a vintage-y junk shop with random old electronics for sale”, which she also says she loves to explore and look around in. The second desktop was inspired be her morning commute, which she says there are, “a million people everywhere all the time – always jostling for space, moving quickly, and trying to walk in a straight line (impossible!) and of course, Mr. Fox is in the background, chilling & grabbing some wonton on the go!”
I love love love these, they feel like summer to me.
Enchanted by Patrick Wolf
I had this song in my head all night, so I thought I’d post it before I hit the hay. The song is called Enchanted, and it’s from Patrick Wolf’s last album, The Magic Position. It’s two minutes and seven seconds of sweet singing and beauty. The piano is absolutely perfect, as is his voice in this song. Listen to this late, and on repeat.
I’ve been a fan of HunterGatherer for I don’t know how long now, probably 8 or 9 years. So it’s so awesome to see Arkitip doing an issue featuring HuGa and the two amazing designers behind it, Todd St. John and Gary Benzel. Arkitip and Incase yet again bust out another great mini-interview with these guys, giving some insight into their work and showing a ton of their projects.
I love that these guys are so hands on, it makes me feel like I need to get off my damn computer and start picking up paints and pencils. The thing about these two is that they’re so talented that they make it look easy. Anyhow, check out the video and learn how to be an amazing artist.
Friends With You continues to roll out amazing art, and these new posters they’ve created with the help of Kid Robot do not fail. The prints feature some familiar FWY characters like Malfi and the Cloud King, but also offers up some new gems as well, like the Plasma Kid, who you can see in the bottom left of the posters above.
There are 8 posters total which are priced between $50 and $200, all of which you can find here.