Here’s something really awesome – Puzzle Montage Art by Tim Klein.
Jigsaw puzzle manufacturers often use the same die-cut pattern for many different puzzles. This makes the pieces interchangeable. As a result, I sometimes find that I can combine portions from two or more puzzles from the same publisher, to make a surreal picture that the publisher never imagined. I take great pleasure in “discovering” such bizarre images lying latent, sometimes for decades, within the cardboard boxes of ordinary mass-produced puzzles.
My good friend Slava Dyrdine has finally published his first book of drawings. You can buy a paperback edition from Amazon for only $15. If you are into art and moody things, you’ll love having a copy of this at home or in the office. It also goes well as a present.
WallpapersCraft is a collection of high quality desktop wallpapers / backgrounds. There are quite a few categories and tags. The search works. Tonnes of high quality wallpapers, available in a variety of resolutions. And the site is very fast. If you are in the mood for a new desktop background, I strong suggest you check it out. Here is my new choice:
I came across this link a while back, but somehow failed to share. Christoph Niemann, a talented artist with a good sense of humor, illustrates his flight from New York to Berlin. It’s not a laughing out loud collection of images, but it’ll make you smile.