Each week we share inspiring, fun and interesting finds that showcase the work of talented artists, animators, designers and creators from around the world.
Bee and Puppycat is a delightful comic book and animated series created by animation creator, writer, storyboard revisionist/artist, and comic book artist Natasha Allegri.
The series follows Bee and her cat-dog hybrid Puppycat as she takes a series of temp jobs to pay her rent. Each episode and volume is fresh and fun for viewers and readers of all ages. Allegri definitely has a talent for creating loveable characters.
The Bee and Puppycat official show webpage can be found here. Natasha Allegri's tumblr is here.
Official Bee and Puppycat merch can be found here.
This month marked the 20th Anniversary of the tragic death of Diana the Princess of Wales. Princess Diana was loved by the public for her humanity and kindness and her death was met with a global outpouring of grief, if you were alive at the time, there's a good chance that you probably still remember where you were and what you were doing when the news broke.
In honour of the 'Peoples Princess' we are sharing some of our favourite portraits by some amazing digital artists.
Princes Diana - By Katrin Leo Pako, more of the artist's work can be found here.
For many of us, MS paint was our first foray into digital art. So when Microsoft recently announced that they will no longer support MS Paint in new versions of windows, the brilliant work of artists who use in MS paint came to light and was discussed in several publications including Business Insider and Vox.
Many artists like using MS paint as the constraints of the program provide a creative challenge. Although MS paint is not responsive to pen pressure, it is still possible to use draw in MS paint using a drawing tablet if you are feeling like experimenting or creating pixel art.
One of our favourite MS Paint artists is Noemi Mondik. Noemi originally started drawing in MS paint as a way to distract herself from the realities of living in a small-town housing project in Hungary.
Noemi regularly updates her blog with her illustrations and animations that she creates using a blend of MS paint and Adobe programs. Noemi's work showcases her unique and creative way of depicting aspects of everyday life.
MS Paint Project - Noemi Mondik
We have fallen in love with the vibrant and arresting digital portraits by of Geneva B or as they are known on RedBubble, GDBee. The best part is that you can have own one of these portraits any way you like, such as your new favourite pillow, tote or mug.