Topic: news

Doll Face – by Andrew Huang


I found this video to be very compelling especially with all of the advances being made in the fields of robotics. Andrew tells a story of a robot longing for something it can’t grasp.

01 Vestiges – by Amy Friend

The work was taken using garments and materials left behind after the death of a family member.  Amy captures a real sense of movement in these photos.  These really need to be seen as a part of the series so checkout her site for more.

artist & website: Amy Friend –

10 Grungy Social Media Icons


So, after I finished yesterdays post I started adding the new icons to my design and found the were too clean for my look.  Here are the dirtier, grungy social media icons.  This is basically the same file as the previous with a grungy set of layers applied. Oh, and FYI there are 10 in the PSD, (Google). Enjoy 🙂 (5.8 mb)

10 Clean Social Media Icons


I know that I have some web designers that read the site, so this post is targeted toward them.  I needed some social media icons for a site that I am working on.  Everywhere I looked all I saw were glass icons. Yes I realize I have a glassy icon in the top right corner of this site, but there will be no glass on the new site (coming soon).  Needing a clean set of social media icons that were not glassy, I created these.  The link includes a .PSD download and sorry they are not all in vector.  I hope these are useful to someone. 🙂

UPDATED: New download

What is in Your Toolbox?

Every artist has a “tool chest” they rely on in creating and showing their work.  So, I am working to create a list of resources and tools that people find useful in creating their art.

What I need: I need you to send me a list of items that you find useful in creating and showing your work.  What are your favorite tools?  Do you have any resources that you rely on to get your work seen?  etc.

How you can get it to me:

twitter: @todayinart


or comment on this post

Thanks for your help and I will post the info soon!  Oh, thanks to furryscaly for the awesome toolbox photo.

Scorpio – by Kinnally

I really enjoy the pattern and repetition in the piece. This image also has a lot of movement for me, I know it is static but my mind is really engaged on how these arms would move.  I’m not crazy about how large the signature is, as it feels distracting to me, but overall nice piece.

artist & website: Kinnally –