THE RANDOM DRAWING IDEA GENERATOR 3.0! Now with less than a one in five thousand chance to get Batman Being Batman!
This time around, it’s got it’s own little mini site where you can click and get your results! It should be even easier now to mulligan until you get a result that actually makes you NEED to draw it. And when you do draw it, please remember to share you creation with the tag #randraw. I’d love to see it!
All thanks go to Alexander Lozada for putting the code together. It’s been really swell working it out. And you should go check out their other projects, including the awesome Creativity Cards you might’ve seen going around.
This is the best, but certainly not the last you’ll see of the Random Drawing Generator. There are over 5000 possible results, and many prompts are infinite by design. But there’s still room to grow. As always, I’ll be polling for ideas on what else to include. So, guys, what’ve you got?
OMG YES AN END TO MY ART BLOCK
HOLY CRAP. IS THAT PAPERMAN? YES. IT IS.
PHOTOGRAPHY INSPIRATION. Really.
NTU Art & Design Book 10/11
“The Manual for Creative Action” is the deliberately unconventional title of the new Nottingham Trent University Art and Design Prospectus - a book that encourages creative growth, personal development and self expression. The book is differentiated throughout by a series of statements and slogans such as ‘Sharpen Your Pencil’, ‘Love Your Imagination’ and ‘Wear Your Ideas’.
I personally love the treated type on each page and how it fits so well with the copy.
Cerise Doucede’s series Égarements features candid portraits with a bit of a twist. The images are frozen moments in time, but what makes them special is the apparent lack of gravity.
In each photo, the subjects remain anchored to the ground while everything else floats away. To see more from this fascinating series, follow the link below.
via Peta Pixel
Before I Die is a public art project that invites people to reflect on their lives and share their personal aspirations in public space. Painted with chalkboard paint and stenciled with the sentence “Before I die I want to _______”, the wall aims to create public spaces that better reflect what is important to us as a community and as individuals.