Serfectly Pober.



I’ve just released a phone-friendly e-book of the first fifty Sweatfish comics.

That is every Sweatfish comic from October 2012 to April 2014.

What’s a Sweatfish?

You’re a Sweatfish.

I’m a Sweatfish.

Read this comic.



New York-based artist Thomas Doyle creates beautifully detailed and thoroughly unsettling mixed media dioramas using models and materials originally made for model train sets. Houses fall from the sky and crash into the earth, creating dystopian suburban scenes. Elsewhere another home and its residents have been completely reclaimed by nature. However Doyle is not trying to tell specific tales with these scenes. Instead he leave the interpretation up to the viewer. Choose your own (disastrous) adventure.

Doyle is currently showing work at the Torrance Art Museum as part of the Prep School: Prepper and Survivalist ideologies and utopianism/dystopian visions show, which runs through May 15, 2014.

Click here for a bref video about Thomas Doyle and his haunting dioramas.

[via Colossal]


Kanto Illustrations #074 - 094 - Created by Piper Thibodeau

Piper continues to re-imagine the complete Pokedex, and this is the next installment! As usual, Piper’s take on each Pokemon continues to be really fun and creative, and we just can’t get enough. Make sure you follow along on Tumblr or Twitter for all the latest updates.

You should also check out…

#001 - 026 here | #027 - 049 here | and #050 - 073 here


i do these when i dont know what to do


i do these when i dont know what to do



Favourite animators: Shinya Ohira (大平晋也)

Learn/watch more:

The one and only Shinya Ohira

You know, it’s weird. I’ve never thought about individual animators in Japanese animation. Hayao Miyazaki is really the only name I know in animation, and he’s a director. Good on you, Ohira! Keep doin’ what you do!


Storyboard artist and scribbler Marty Cooper uses sharpies and white out to draw mischievous cartoon characters on transparent film, which enables him to pose and photograph them interacting with the real world in all sorts of unexpected ways. By playing with perspective Cooper’s drawings sometimes appear to be both giant - like the polar bear scratching his back on the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco - and tiny - like an anthropomorphic banana hitching a ride on a llama.

Check out lots more of Marty Cooper’s playful creations by following him here on Tumblr or over on Instagram.

[via Design Taxi]


Hey guys, so guess what…

As it goes with being a freelance artist and animator, you come across some awful people who try to take advantage of you. I recently had a run in with one of these people and they managed to scam a LOT of money out of me leaving me with very very little to my name….

Former roommate and award-winning animator Kevin Ryan needs your help! Give him money, he’ll draw anything. Seriously.