“Go Beyond” is a pane of 20 stamps arranged in four horizontal rows of five stamps featuring the image of Buzz Lightyear, a Space Ranger marooned on a planet 4.2 million light-years from Earth. Greg Breeding was the art director using illustrations from Pixar Animation Studios.
Debbie Harry was photographed by Lynn Goldsmith in 1978, complete with a sailor hat, Popeye T-shirt, and thigh boots.
Sideshow and Vice Press present The Big Lebowski Fine Art Lithograph Print by Tracie Ching! This 18 x 24 unframed Lithograph print has an edition size of 200 and comes with a stamp of authenticity on the reverse. Printed on Absolute Naturalis 270gsm archival paper.
The Official Gerry Anderson Store presents here a Space: 1999 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle. This comic style jigsaw puzzle design features key characters from Space:1999 and is newly commissioned art by comic artist Lee Sullivan.
The U.S. Postal Service commemorates the Day of the Dead, an increasingly popular holiday in the United States, with the release of four new Forever stamps. A dedication ceremony for the stamps was held today at the El Paso Museum of Art.
This fall, the Craft in America Center will present Piñatas: The High Art of Celebration, an in-person and virtual exhibition that will focus on the overlooked craft of handmade piñatas and piñata-based art objects. Piñatas, ubiquitous and often the focal point of parties and festive occasions across the U.S., are handcrafted and ephemeral objects that signify happiness, joy, and celebration. This show will explore how they are designed, constructed and executed, and the integral role that they play in modern material culture. It will present the work of traditional piñata artisans alongside artists who reinvent and reinterpret the piñata through their engaging sculptural practices and strong political expressions.
The USPS celebrates the most important heavenly body in the sky. The sun. The postal service uses images from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory to illustrate different solar phenomena.
Dang ol’ bonjour, Dave Pollot is at it again. He has painted with a new altered thrift art painting. The gang from King of the Hill visits Paris. Paris, Texas that is. The Paris, Texas, Eiffel tower is the second-largest replica of the actual Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Chuan-Bin Chung is an art lecturer at the Shu-Te University of Taiwan giving Anatomy of Arts and Painting Skill classes. If only some teachers in North America were as dedicated as him, they would aspire the youngsters to bigger things. Lead by example. I am truly impressed by his dedication or perhaps his school does not have a budget for an interactive projector.
Charles M. Schulz created some of the world’s most recognizable young characters, but Peanuts was not his only foray into the funny pages. Sometime in the mid-1950s, Schulz developed a concept for a workplace humor strip featuring adults. He titled it Hagemeyer, after his close friend from the Army.
Tick Tock not to be confused with the app that has been around since 1903 and makes teas from the UK. Jamie Nash Studio was approached to design two new flavors of Ginger Boost and Chai Relax art. I am sure you will agree the result is serene with a prancing zebra and a tiger floating through the water. It just makes me want to buy some Tick Tock tea. You will love their merch, the Ginger Boost tote bag is the coolest thing! The red caddy is to die for.
Brian Reedy caught the attention of Godzilla vs. Kong’s director Adam Wingard and he shared the artist’s rendition of Godzilla vs. Kong in the medium of woodcutting.