It's all about the Love, baybee
November 20, 2003 3:08 AM   Subscribe

Yeah baby! Bite my toenails! Funny, sad, simple, sweet, it's all about the luuurve. Remics Vol. 3 features illustrations by 29 artists on the theme of "love"; past editions (Flash and some sound) explored thoughts on "Place" and "Birthday".
posted by taz (7 comments total)
Very cool, and well worth a peruse! I especially like the "sweet" one you pointed out; the rich blue background gives depth and dimension to the whole "collage" feeling. And this is just surreal.
posted by Shane at 7:30 AM on November 20, 2003

"Sweet" was lovely to see on this tough day. I also enjoyed the gallery section from the link provided to White Eggs. Thank you!
posted by Feisty at 3:21 PM on November 20, 2003

Me, too, Feisty - I love all the patterns incorporated into her illustrations. I've had a lot of fun, generally, clicking through on individual artist links.

And thanks, you two, for keeping this from being a zero-comment post...
posted by taz at 3:44 PM on November 20, 2003

And thanks, you two, for keeping this from being a zero-comment post...

Err, sorry about that, but in my Fark-esque rush to be the first to post a remark I had to fight off several dozen Mad Mefites trying to do the same. I injured the lot of them quite brutally, elsewise you'd've had considerably more comments in the thread...
posted by Shane at 7:22 PM on November 20, 2003

...and by the way, is it just me or does the "negative space" background of Hiromi Sato's "sweet" start jumping out at you if you stare at the picture for a while?
posted by Shane at 7:28 PM on November 20, 2003

I see that too, Shane. I'm curious about the medium on this... I have no idea if it's digital or watercolor, or what. I wish the comments below the pieces also included info on how they were created.
posted by taz at 2:40 AM on November 21, 2003

And how to purchase them.

The colors in Sweet remind me of a nursery set. Loved the richness compared to the usual pastels. I'd love to see this done for a child's room; even comes with a border!
posted by Feisty at 8:53 AM on November 21, 2003

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