This post is for the readers that don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day or are simply tired of my relentless bombardment of heart related posts. Enough with the love in the air already! I know, I know… I’ve got bad news for you, I still have a few more Valentine’s Day posts coming; but in the meantime a respite! Yes, today I’m featuring Danny Brito’s bittersweet jewelry. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while you will know that we are huge fans of Danny Brito’s artwork. He has the most fantastic whimsical style. If this is the first time you hear about him, you need to check his work out or at least follow him on Instagram. He has the cutest dogs and he features them on his feed all the time.
This is a wooden candy heart necklace, the images are printed on acid free paper and adhered to the the wooden hearts and then finished with a thin layer of resin for protection and shine. The candy hearts read: “Nope, Drop Dead, Can U Not, Ewww”. You can also choose a Single heart necklace.
HAVI was born in Argentina, lives in Miami Beach, and has almost 30 years of combined experience as an artist, architect, interior and graphic designer. His vision of art is reflected in a poetic way as his brushstrokes capture people’s feelings and emotions. His architectural background is clearly embedded in his work, as he likes to paint over architectural plans.
Any fans of pop culture TV shows the likes of Lost, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Parks & Recreation and The X-Files are in for a treat. Artist Patrick Fatica, has a talent for capturing my favorite characters in his paintings. The image above is Patrick’s rendition of Jack Nicholson’s character, Jack Torrance, in The Shining. In this piece, as in many of Patrick Fatica’s pieces, I am drawn to the storytelling he accomplishes through the character’s eyes. The eyes are a well of unanswered questions that draw you into Patrick’s work, leaving you admiring the details and searching for answers.
Neal McCullough, a.k.a Hand Drawn Creative, is an illustrator producing and selling limited edition prints via his Etsy Store: Hand Drawn Creative. He has recently released a set of 3 limited edition art prints which are inspired by old 70s Fisher Price Playsets.
Flying Mouse 365, aka Chow Hon Lam, has a knack for creating fantastic stories in his artwork. His adorable illustrations will explain anything from what nigh time really is (Swallowed by Darkness) to where unicorns come from (Perfect Match Print). He has his own Etsy Shop, and his designs have been printed as shirts, hoodies and other awesome goodies by the company Threadless. As a big fan of his cute and clever artwork, I wanted to share some of my favorites with you.
Searching for a gift for someone who believes Zombies only want you for your brains? Look no further, we’ve rounded up the top gifts for Zombie Hunters from Think Geek: 1. Zombie Survival Kit, 2. Zombie Head Cookie Jar, 3 . Zombie Shark Air Swimmer R/C, 4. Zombie “Brains” Wall Poster, 5. Zombie Family Car Decals, 6. Biohazard and Zombie Crime Scene Tape, 7. Surviving The Zombie Outbreak Mini Calendar, 8. Left 4 Dead Zombie Survival Medkit, 9. The Zombie Combat Manual, 10. Zombie Protest Tee
Just in time for Halloween, we stumbled upon the most adorable and malevolent family: Bloody Family. Bloody Family was created by Venezuelan Illustrator Piktorama. She started this unique family as a personal project and the need to share her love for Cuteness and Darkness. Fortunately for all of us, we can demonstrate our allegiance to this wicked and lovely family with totes, prints, buttons and more!
We’re mega excited about the mini season Breaking Bad finale airing this Sunday. We’ve been long time fans of the show, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Bob Odenkirk. So we decided to showcase our favorite Breaking Bad art prints. Most of them are part of a Breaking Bad Themed Art Show at Gallery 1988 but there are a few that stand on their own such as Kyle Hilton’s paper dolls. Keep reading after the jump for some amazing art. Enjoy!
Here, at Cool Gifting headquarters, we have a furry little friend called Pancho. He is a 5 year old Yorkie that is getting a little chubby and a little crazy. Brian has been drawing comics inspired by Pancho and we decided to share them with you. We hope you like them. Enjoy!
PanchoThe Porkie Yorkie Issue #1 by Brian
“Yes, I love meat.” – Pancho