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Beautiful dystopic things for your Friday.

According to the description: This film was made over the last two years in our evenings, weekends and days off. We had no budget but a lot of help from our very talented and generous friends.”

See? Make your own way! It’s the best way, if you can swing it.

(Also, the vertical format looked great on my iPhone, and I assume it would look good on tablets and other vertical things.)

Everything I Can See From Here (by The Line)

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They sure don’t make them like they used to, for better and for worse. The innovation and sheer people-power at the start of the industry is mind-melting, and along with Disney, Fleischer Studios was at the forefront. Who doesn’t love a good process video, and who doesn’t love a good Popeye cartoon?
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They sure don’t make them like they used to, for better and for worse. The innovation and sheer people-power at the start of the industry is mind-melting, and along with Disney, Fleischer Studios was at the forefront. Who doesn’t love a good process video, and who doesn’t love a good Popeye cartoon?

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You may have already seen this because it’s awesome and a lot of people are talking about it, but I’m going to post it anyway because it includes three of my favorite things: Invisible Creature, Lego, and my friend Dave Taylor, whose name is on one of the boxes in the video here, and whose house I’m going to break into so I can steal his copy of the Eye Creature set.

Eye Creature (by Invisible Creature)

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Now that’s some stippling. Watch Miguel Endara draw a portrait of his father.

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Poussière (by Poussiere LeFilm)

Drop everything and watch this. It’s so stunning and beautiful, and the ending just leaves a lump in your throat. Enchanting work from animators and recent graduates of EMCA’s animation program: Vic Chhun, Leyla Kaddoura, and Nicolas Ughen

(via Michael Fleming)

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Life is the Story, a super charming 20 minute presentation by Lucy Knisley on travelogue comics.

(via @erikamoen)

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More from illustrator Jason Levesque, as he shares a time lapse colouring of one of his pieces in Photoshop. Here’s the finished version below: 

(Source: youtube.com)

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Anatomy of a Linocut

Here is a great video of the process of making a (really big) linoleum block print. The artist is my mentor and friend, Bill Fick, and this is one of his signature style prints. Gorgeous!

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YouTube - The Creation Of A New Yorker Cover

Bob Staake illustrates the October 13, 2008 cover of The New Yorker. Sorry if we’ve posted this before, but even if we have it’s worth re-watching! 

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House Industries Trailer

This gorgeous video (sorry, it’s not embeddable) about House Industries is pure typographic pornography. It has everything from graphite calligraphy to brush and ink to pinstriping with One-Shot, plus all of their gorgeous consumer products like blocks, art objects, and more. The sound track is pretty awesome too. Enjoy.

(bonus: Drawn!’s logo was made by House Industries’ own Chris Gardner!)

via Mark Weaver

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From Gutenberg to Photoshop: Little Buffalo Press :: Etsy Blog

More Vandercook analog printy goodness, this time from illustrator Don Kilpatrick III. (via)

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Gestalten.tv has made a gorgeous video about Studio on Fire's “Pressroom Creed.” Gestalten put out a great book of letterpress and screenprint stuff last summer called Impressive (which features my Cloudy Collection project - which, incidentally, is printed on a Vandercook just like the press in the video!)

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Family Portrait - a drawing by Jesse LeDoux for Sanrio’s 50th Anniversary Celebration (via Nonsek)

The colors, music, and bounciness of the timelapse simply enhance Jesse LeDoux’s awesomeness.

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"Stay Spooky" Heeby Jeeby Comix (via chrishoughtonart)

Heeby Jeeby is posting Halloween comics all week!

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