Look at Jun Seo Hahm’s art over on Tumblr.
Look at Jack Smith’s art on the Tumblr.
There are a load of exactly 300 Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo books with signed and doodled book plate stickers available now exclusively at Think Geek. Here is a blog post about it where you can see a shot (also above) of a few of the three hundred unique doodles that I made for you ready to place in books. Obviously the people who took the shot took special geeky pleasure in showing off some of the weird alternate Finn versions that I drew every once in a while. Will you get one? I don’t know. I think I remember drawing a Hello Kitty-Finn, a Hobbes-Finn, a Heathcliff-Finn, a Garfield-Finn and then just a bunch of weird Finns and some Jakes. See the spread of just some of the book plates above.
Companion post to the previous one, you’ve got to also check out Encyclopedia Pictura co-founder Isaiah Saxon’s Tumblr full of sketchbook mind-maps, visualized language blobs, permaculture both imagined and realized, Björk yaks, and concept art for your future favorite family entertainment, DIY. Also see the previously tagged posts about E.P. and check out the “Artist of the Day” feature I wrote on the group over on the ‘Brew for even more info about what they’ve been up to.
Take a look at Laurent Sautet (pseudonym Ambre)’s artwork on Tumblr.
Michael Karpiel sent Meathaus a package with Gossip #1, Gossip #2, Petrified, Smoke Show, a few postcards and a letter that reads:
HERE ARE SOME THINGS
THAT I’VE MADE RECENTLY.
I HOPE YOU ENJOY THEM!
Hey Mikey, man I do enjoy these things, wow. They are very pleasurable to look at and hold. The design is nice, the drawings are nice. The grungy print qualities of your digital duplicator are nice. The stories are nice! I’m really enjoying your Letter to Meathaus. I experienced mixed emotions when I found and opened this package because it was all new discoveries for me having never seen Mikey’s work before and then guilty regret that I had apparently lost this package in the corner for a few months before finding it. See more from Mikey on his illustration website and drawing Tumblr and comics Tumblr and Garbage Press where you can maybe secure some of these items for your own collection.