Got a case of the Monday blues? How about a nice shade of teal instead? Above is an exclusive sneak peek at Ubiki’s second line of characters, which follows closely behind my first Safari line!
Can you guess what animal I’ve drawn, and what line it’ll be a part of? Hint: he and Leon are of a similar “stripe”!
No, that’s not just a bed of funny-looking roses above. It’s actually hiding one of my favorite Safari characters!
What you’re “looking” at is a stereogram. Remember those crazy pictures where you’d have to cross your eyes to see a 3D picture? That’s a stereogram!
I recentlcame across a stereogram generator here and couldn’t resist.
So, can you guess who’s hidden in the bed of roses above? Hint: she loves sticking her neck into everyone’s business!
For today’s inspiration, I’d like to shine the spotlight brightly on Pilgrim Lee of Draw Pilgrim. If you like colorful, 60s-70s style art, you owe yourself a visit to this prolific Australian artist’s Etsy shop!
Pilgrim’s best work is her FANTASTIC line of individual alphabet prints. Featuring bright colors and abstract shapes, each has a delightful look that should drive Marimekko fans into a frenzy. You needn’t buy the whole collection, either–each piece is strong enough to stand on its own.
Lastly, Pilgrim also offers a line of wonderful, Hallmark-quality greeting cards. Her designs include everything from floral designs and garden gnomes to gingerbread characters and ladybugs.
Draw Pilgrim’s work is top-grade stuff that I can’t recommend enough. Be sure to visit both her shop and her blog!
Every week, our very own Rousseau the Rhino will be releasing a fun riddle or puzzle! Here’s this week’s riddle:
What runs, but can not walk?
I’m absolutely thrilled to present to you Ubiki’s first coloring book! Best yet, it’s available for the fantastic price of FREE. Here’s the link to download your own copy:
Ubiki Safari Coloring Book (6.3 MB PDF file, 10 pages, 8.5″x11″)
The Coloring Book is filled with 10 pages of kid-friendly Ubiki Safari characters. Simply print it out on any regular printer using standard 8.5″x11″ paper, and then color away!
Want more? Check out Ubiki’s Fun & Games section!