Tag Archive | artistic

THANK YOU To The Customer Who Bought My “Prague Astronomical Clock – Neon” Greeting Card!!

I thought the way I re-colored the clock was kinda cool…

and so did somebody in California 😉

Prague Astronomical Clock - Neon Greeting Card
Prague Astronomical Clock – Neon Greeting Card by CousinBelles
Look at more cards from Zazzle.

New Orleans Mardi Gras Poster Gallery by Andrea Mistretta

New Orleans Mardi Gras Poster Gallery by Andrea Mistretta

Now that Valentine’s Day is over, Mardi Gras is almost upon us.

If you’re not yet acquainted with Andrea Mistretta, please take a look at her incredible art! She creates all the fantastic posters for Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Her work is colorful and extravagant – check out her “anamorphic” video below…

Mardi Gras New Orleans Official 2014 Poster by Andrea Mistretta

Medijate! Interactive Flash Website


…From the mind of Larry Carlson.

I don’t even know if I can explain this site – it’s not for the faint of heart! In all seriousness, if you’re prone to seizures, please avoid it. For the rest of you, step into an unforgettable and artistic digital world…

From the entry page, use your mouse to hover over the word Medijate – a sound clip plays, repeating the word. Hover over the tree and it interactively changes shape…


Enter into a world of enlightening and disturbing images – it’ll remind you of that scary boat ride in Willy Wonka. Here’s the landing page…


…and a surreal image…


…an image when you click the word “POP” (and it flashes)…


Just go and click on everything in this dreamy, psychedelic portal!!!

Cousin Belle

“This 16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways”

I don’t see a WordPress shareable link, so I’ll post an excerpt from Colossal:

“…Printed in the late 16th century this small book from the National Library of Sweden is an example of sixfold dos-à-dos binding, where six books are conjoined into a single publication but can be read individually with the help of six perfectly placed clasps. This particular book was printed in Germany and like almost all books at the time is a religious devotional text.”

Special thanks to Erik Kwakkel for the original story.

Pic: Stockholm, Royal Library. See the full image gallery here.

Stockholm, Royal Library