Tag: art

Beer Can Butterflies

Courtesy of Stonehead, I discovered this lovely artwork by Paul Villinski: An artist making butterflies out of discarded beer cans. From the artist’s statement: “A kind of conceptual unity develops between materials, process and imagery: […]


Another amusing thing I found on Flickr: the FliPod! Nicely Done, DedKenny! I also really liked the Mantis grinding coffee….or something. EDITED TO ADD: Oh, and you must check out Seeds Aside’s find in a […]

Interesting insect art

I discovered a new artist today– Christopher Conte works with old sewing machine parts to make insects and other strange new life forms.From his profile: “After earning a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art (BFA) from […]

Insect Photoshop brushes!

Now, here’s a random find: Set One of the “Beautiful Buggers” Photoshop Brushes This set includes 6 individual high resolution brushes that were hand-drawn, then meticulously traced into vector illustrations for a super clean design. […]

Project Insect

Another of my “what I learned at the Entomology Meeting” posts: Project Insect (International Spectrum of Enormous Crawling Things). Their mission: “We educate the general public on the science of entomology, ecosystem preservation, and global […]

Nifty Insect Art!

I really love the random Flickr feed on my blog, and I find all sorts of neat photos that way. One of the more interesting things I found recently was someone using a kaleidoscope filter […]

Insect Eye Candy

Oh, this is gorgeous! Check out Form and Pheromone. And make sure you don’t have any work that needs to get done for a while as you click through all the beautiful work on the […]

Lorioux: Insect Art

I stumbled across this post at the Hollywood Animation Archive–a collection of beautiful reproductions of French illustrator Felix Lorioux’s illustrations. The prints are from his book, “Le Buffon des Enfants: Les Insectes de Chez Nous”. […]