Thursday, 29 April 2010
Tuesday, 27 April 2010
L'Homme a Tete de Ouef? Here's an eggy Serge made by Raechel Leigh Carter as an Easter gift for her boyfriend, Dave Tinkham. He was part of a set which also included Woody Allen, Dave Hill of Slade, Pantherman and Ron Mael of Sparks (imagine that dinner party!). Raechel was a member of the Serge tribute band Baby Birkin and Dave is a graphic designer.
Monday, 19 April 2010
Here's a tip-top Serge and Jane from web comic legend and all round good guy, Mr John Allison. John is contemplating turning this illustration into a tee shirt design. Let's convince him to do it! If you're unaware of John's work (tut tut!) please click here to read his latest Bad Machinery storyline and then indulge yourselves with 12 years worth of strips including the truly excellent Scary Go Round.
Update! Now available as a lovely red tee shirt HERE and as an "oh so chic!" tote bag HERE.
Friday, 16 April 2010
Wednesday, 14 April 2010
Monday, 12 April 2010
Here's a very melancholy Serge (is that possibly the last Gitane in the packet?) from illustrator/designer, Mike Ng (AKA Jumbola). You can see more of Mike's work on his Jumbola site or visit his design blog over at Always Thinkin'. Mike also contributes to the excellent Thunder Chunky design and illustration site
Friday, 9 April 2010
A whole slew of lovely Serge (& Bardot!) sketches from Manchester-based storyboard artist and animator, Christian Garland. Christian has a blog where you can see more of his work and some great sketches of Japan (I'm always partial to anything Japan-related).
Wednesday, 7 April 2010
A great Serge from Mr Guy Mckinley. Guy is a Liverpool-born, Manchester-based illustrator/painter/lovable scouser. Visit Guy's Flickr site to see more examples of his work - from watercolours to murals to toys. He draws a mean dead Japanese girl warrior! His Serge is drawn using this online sketching tool.
Monday, 5 April 2010
Andrea D'Aquino provides us with a still from her Serge inspired animation. Andrea was born and still lives in New York city with her fantastically named Schnauzer, Marcello Bonaparte Von Flughelhorn Mastroianni Duchamp Cauliflower della Lichtenstien Jones. Imagine shouting that in the park. Andrea has a website, Flickr stream and a shop where you can buy her prints.