There is an awesome show going on over at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. The concept behind the show, cult films. I have pulled together a few of my personal favorites from the show, in no particular order. If you happen to be in the LA area I would definitly head on over and check this show out, before it comes down on August 8th. You can see the rest of the pieces here.
Clockwise from top left: Greg Simkins & Amy Sol “Give Me A Name, Bastian!”, Matt Dangler
“A Most Handsome Hero”, Steven Bossler “Watch Them Fly…”, Sarah Soe “Augustus Gloop”, Daniel Elson
“Meese And Silent Meese”, Danielle Rizzolo “I’m A Loner, A Rebel”, N.C. Winters “I Am Jack’s Broken Heart”, Bob Dob
“Let’s Get A Taco”
We have asked some very talented artists, illustrators, designers and crafters to share some things that help inspire them. Each monday stop by an take a sneak peek into the swatch files and bulletin boards of some of your favorite artists. This week’s inspiration board is from Stephanie, the designer, illustrator and wordsmith of She’s So Creative.
Norman Rockwell, Tom Petty, Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, The New Yorker Cartoons, Far Side genius Gary Larson, art deco, gorgeous typography, the Sedona red rocks… I’m inspired by a lot of things, but what really gets me going, what really turns me are those, clever little gems of originality, concepts that are so simple, yet so spot on in communicating whatever the intended message is. Like, donuts in the shape of a cigarette or the descender of the letter “A” mimicking the trunk of an elephant. I love wit and cheekiness and thinking about things in a different way. Beautiful patterns are great, fun ideas are cool, but when I see great design beautifully executed combined with conceptually brilliant ideas, that’s the stuff that oozes inspiration for me.
Thanks for letting me share. —Stephanie