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Don Shank is amazing. His art and imagination have been powering the Pixar Visual Machine for years. Before that, he worked on some of the best animated projects since ever… His work includes Ren & Stimpy, Power Puff Girls, Dexter’s Laboratory, and most of all… Samurai Jack!

Check out his work here: www.donshank.com

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Etsy find of the day: Because in the words of the description itself, “So that while children are coloring, they are also exposed to the names of chemicals that will make those colors! So instead of thinking “I want green” they will think “I want Barium Nitrate Ba(NO3)2…” This is freakin AWESOME!!

Etsy find of the day: Because in the words of the description itself, “So that while children are coloring, they are also exposed to the names of chemicals that will make those colors! So instead of thinking “I want green” they will think “I want Barium Nitrate Ba(NO3)2…”

This is freakin AWESOME!!

 

The first time I (Matt) was exposed to Slade Grave’s art was back in Iowa during my undergrad Art History class. Near the end of my Art History II semester, the professor began showing things from contemporary, living artists. After moving to Phoenix in 2004, I found out Slade was living in Prescott, AZ.

Slade’s Seven Deadly Sins were shown as work with contemporary religious connotations. I was instantly hooked. See for yourself…

Here is what I can find of her latest:

Here are some of my favorites found online over the years: