Tattoos for the end of the world.
Some rough Whole Day Down Sketches from illustrator Donya Todd.
They’re not appropriately dressed, but these ladies are managing to get by in the apocalypse all the same. Illustrator Andrew Tarusov created a doomsday calendar, with a different gal and a different apocalypse for every month of the year.
Need this. Art for the apocalypse!
Street Art by Le CyKlop - the french artist has become quite popular for his “Cyclops” street posts in Paris. You can check out his interview with Don’t Panic where he discusses the posts and his experience with the city.
It was a medium that nobody used and I wanted to represent an eye on the balls that seemed to look on the street. I don’t add anything, I only cover an existing form with colours, much like Artoyz; it becomes more real by the fact that it has volume, not flat like a wall.
Did you miss Willie chatting it up on Rex Sikes? Great insight into acting, creativity and of course talking some Whole Day Down. Check it out.
And don’t forget that Willie is now on twitter! Follow him @WillieGarson
“Some people just know how to do web tv. Tai Fauci is one of them. She co-created the hit teen web series Palisades Pool Party in 2009. Her second series Whole Day Down brings together the acting talents of three people we chicks love: Sex and the City’s Willie Garson, Patrick Breen whom you’ve seen in everything, and Clueless’s Elisa Donovan. It’s not surprising Tai knows how to get the job done…” Read the Interview