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Painting & Drawing PyeongChang - Meet Andy Brown

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A few weeks ago on the Twitter I crossed paths with the artist you’re about to meet today — Andy Brown — and I knew almost immediately I’d want to share his genius and talent with you. Only I didn’t expect to be doing so for a . . . → Read More: Painting & Drawing PyeongChang – Meet Andy Brown

Meet David Resnik - Building Fields of Dreams

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“If you build it…”

I have a very special post today for you all. As you’re all probably aware, I spend a fair amount of time on Twitter and via this medium, I’ve come into contact with a number of talented individuals, including many in the design . . . → Read More: Meet David Resnik – Building Fields of Dreams

The Art of Keeping Score — Literally

Matt Maldre appears to be an interesting cat. He lives in Chicago, where he engages in a variety of art projects. He also loves keeping a scorecard during a ballgame. Put those two things together — art and scorecards — and you get something like this (click to enlarge):

That’s Maldre’s scorecard from a . . . → Read More: The Art of Keeping Score — Literally

Major Find: ‘The Professionals Look at Pro Football’

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Way back in the day, the NFL used to put out all sorts of cool promotional publications, many of them with beautiful illustrations. I was lucky enough to get several of these while I was growing up, including the American Express NFL Playbook from 1973 . . . → Read More: Major Find: ‘The Professionals Look at Pro Football’