Tag Archives: childhood
Woohoo! The record cover I did for Outer Minds is finally out! Not sure if this has a direct link to our month’s theme of childhood, just that when I came up with the concept, I wanted it to be … Continue reading
We are working on posting our childhood-themed projects, but in the meantime, check out these cool anatomical sculptures of some famous childhood characters by Jason Freeny. Check out his anatomical sketches too…I love the gummy bear!
I was a Waldorf kid. I played outside most of the time. In the woods, a lot. Gnomes, fairies, moss, leaves, dirt, rotting logs…these are the things I most think of when I think of being a kid. And I … Continue reading
Kid-in is a platform for the diverse perspectives of a wide range of international and local designers and photographers, artists and thinkers, focusing on the singular subject of childhood. Photographer Timothy Saccenti conjures darkness and light, tricks scale and proportion, and arrives at the … Continue reading
Hello friends! We’re back. Again. We accidentally missed the month of January, it just sort of slipped away…as the days tend to do when one is having fun! Wait…fun? Who has more fun than…kids?! We’ll see about that. Our new … Continue reading