OK, so the website isn’t dead yet. I just had to strip all the old plugins and themes off as they were breaking down. I’ve been trying to import the contents to a free wordpress.com website but I think it is easily far too much after 15 years for the free level. So for now I don’t have time to figure out a free, alternative dump for all these posts and images, and will just hope that it was the broken theme plugins that were suddenly spiking the bandwidth overages on our hosting plan.
And check out that fancy drop-cap option this theme has heh heh.
Oh well, the site is breaking, spambots are now attacking the contact form sending nonsense emails 60 times a day, lulu.com has erased the Go For The GOLD projects (yeah I have the source files, but not the motivation to re-upload old books to print for a new stash to sell when there is no reason to), and the site has been inactive for at least most of the last 2-3 years as priorities have shifted, tumblr killed blogs and then promptly shat its own bed, and nobody has read blogs for 10 years, I guess. Anyway, meathaus.com can sign off with “We had a good run.” Thanks for reading!
Let’s get into the latest Guy Field visuals since we last peeped on his doodle stash in ’15 here, and dig through his Instagram, website and Tumblr. Guy was responsible for designing several talking knobs in that last post.
Victor Chizhikov, designer of Misha, the 1980 Olympics mascot and illustrator of many books, did kick-butt takes on Pooh and Oz, too. Plus much more. Check out the Book Graphics blog for more nice sized art.