Gemma Correll offers up helpful suggestions for women in need of a good Halloween costume

Gemma Correll offers up helpful suggestions for women in need of a good Halloween costume

British illustrator Gemma Correll has made a living illustrating the more absurd parts of life. She has an immense love for pugs, cats and self-deprecation, all of which she manages to illustrate hilariously. The other day she created a super helpful guide for ladies who are stuck trying to figure out a halloween costume this year. Sexy Tax Return is my personal favorite.

You can see lots more of Gemma’s work by clicking here.

Bobby Solomon

October 28, 2013 / By

“Mira”, a brand new track/EP from Baio

Chris Baio, made famous for playing bass in Vampire Weekend, is continuing to explore his own music and producing through with his side project Baio. Ditching indie rock for electronic music, his newest EP Mira is an upbeat series of jams that remind me of something that Caribou would make. Mira was released today and you can listen to it on Rdio by clicking here.

"Mira", a brand new track from Baio

Bobby Solomon

October 28, 2013 / By

‘SKVÍS,’ an exhibition of new works by graphic designer Siggi Eggertsson

'SKVÍS,' an exhibition of new works by graphic designer Siggi Eggertsson

'SKVÍS,' an exhibition of new works by graphic designer Siggi Eggertsson

Siggi Eggertsson is well-regarded as one of the finest talents in Iceland right now, and his newest project certainly shows off his impressive skills. Titled SKVÍS, the installation is an overwhelming collage of colors and patterns that line very inch of the walls and floors of the SPARK Design Space. What you’re seeing is a series of eight modular posters that can be put together in a number of different combinations, creating a nearly never ending number of variables.

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Bobby Solomon

October 28, 2013 / By

Let’s Dance! Great Illustrated Wrapping Paper by Naomi Wilkinson

Lagom Wrapping Paper by Naomi Wilkinson

There’s a bit of a trend at the moment for illustrators to create wrapping paper. It’s a trend I’m happy to see, especially when the results are as good as this work created by illustrator Naomi Wilkinson. Created in collaboration with Lagom Design, the paper is available in a selection of patterns, each one celebrating different music and customs. From sailors and flamenco dancers, to folk musicians and hula dancing – the patterns are fantastic!

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Philip Kennedy

October 28, 2013 / By

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