Each week we share inspiring, fun and interesting finds that showcase the work of talented artists, animators, designers and creators from around the world.
Liz Climo is a storyboard artist and revisionist for the Simpsons and also creates adorable and sweet comics featuring animals in awkward everyday situations.
Liz's loveable characters are also the stars of six best selling books. More of Liz's wonderful work can be found on her website and tumblr.
Liz's wonderful books can be found here.
N1MH and is an illustrator and designer. Her designs have a distinctive supernatural slash sci-fi feel and feature drawing girls, cats, patterns and skulls.
More of N1HM's work can be found here.
Often finding inspiration can seem like a struggle, 712 More Things to Draw by Chronicle books is a guided sketchbook that combat block offering an endless array of creative exercises to spark creativity.
712 More Things to Draw is packed full of deceptively simple and fun, hip, quirky things to draw.
712 More things to draw can be found here.
Few would disagree that the tragic and early death of President John F. Kennedy was one of the most significant events of modern history. For decades countless people have examined and questioned the circumstances and motivation for the assassination.
Later this week the US National Archives will be required to declassify an additional 3000 never before seen documents relating to the investigation into JFK's death. This will undoubtedly be met with feverish interest and examination from those still searching for the truth.
The upcoming events of this week also served as inspiration for us to share some of our favourite art pieces featuring JFK and there are many to choose from, few subjects are as instantly recognisable and iconic as JFK.
John F. Kennedy in 1960 - A digital photo manipulation work By Aleksandar Kral. More of the artist's work can be found here.
JFK - By Redbubble contributor Jtrudogpoo. Prints and more of the artist's work can be purchased here.
Over five years ago Canadian artist Piper Thibodeau began a daily digital painting project. More than 1000 paintings later, and counting, Piper's creations have been published in her first book Daily Paintings.
Piper's creations are vibrant and endlessly inventive characters are a true testament to her talent, even more so when one remembers that she still creates one painting everyday.