Missouri-born illustrator Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900–1931) managed to complete just three books in her short life, all of them commissioned by the Penn Publishing Company: Old French Fairy Tales (1920), Tanglewood Tales (1921), and Arabian Nights (1928). She was diagnosed with tuberculosis at the age of 19, around the time she received that first commission. David Apatoff wrote a lovely appreciation on her work and life at his Illustration Art…
Sketches of Carmen by Hector Serrano.
Condom USB Flash Drive by Eugene Filatov.
So I thought that I’d lower the caliber of my blog… Can you imagine someone’s face if you had this on your desk? Priceless!
Today I Made Nothing.