Playing in theatres before Disney’s Big Hero Six is this charming animated short is about food, emotional eating and the lengths that we go to for love.
Dog gone amazing prints
Lumadessa is offering up a new collection of dog vector art prints to it’s series of flora and fauna. If you are a fan of man’s best friend, then this is probably the right place to be sniffing around.
Don’t just stand there…
AWH (Always With Honor) is known for producing simple an elegant illustrations that boil down complex concepts into bite-sized wonders. Trust me, this is allot harder than it looks, but they seem to pull it off without a hitch.
Eli No! tells the story of one trouble-making dog and the one word that is never far behind. The book was designed and illustrated by Katie Kirk & Nathan Strandberg of Eighthourday.
I love this image of a very content Eli lying on the floor after enjoying a trash can buffet of popsicles and hexagon shaped eggs. Eli seems to be a real pear hater. He left both of them untouched. Well atleast he passed on the bacon and butter. Maybe he has high cholesterol?
We always had a few dogs around the house when I was growing up and they would get into everything. Unfortunately most of it wasnt food. They would try to eat sponges and large plastic things. Id love to see a list of everything they managed to eat over the years.
Did Eli find a Jewish forest? Eli chases a speedy little squirrel through a forest of menorah shaped trees.
Eli No! is filled with bright fun graphics and beautiful layouts. I can see kids falling in love with this kooky troublemaker.
You can see more images of Eli No! here.