Once upon a time, there lived a REDEFINE blog reader who had nothing to do. Skipping rope and Freeze Tag were tasks far too complex for this reader to comprehend, much less attempt, for Reader's ass was glued to a chair and Reader's eyes glued...

Currently showing the above piece, Vacation, at the Bold Hype in Orlando, Florida, Ken Garduno is an artist who caught my attention with his great line art and unique illustration style. His characters are contorted, full of whimsy, and scarcely adhering to the rules of...

A vacation in Paris inspired Czech artist Miroslav Sasek to create children's travel guides to big cities around the world. Illustrated in Sasek's signature watercolor style, these large-format books from the '60s are a timestamp in history and an interesting addition to any bookshelf. Sasek...

"One day, I decided that I'd never become an artist if I never had time to do it, so I quit [my job]. It was a really hard decision because it was a really fun job and I had a lot of great friends and...

I first stumbled across Jennifer Tong's work at a recent 5-woman show at San Francisco's 1988 Gallery. The show just ended yesterday, funny enough, but the works of two illustrators, Allison Torneros and Jennifer Tong, stood out above the rest. What those two ladies had...

See Scott paint. Paint Scott, paint. Paint whole new worlds where ninjas fight smiling sushi, clouds are actually ant farms, and E.T. can be found messing around with a mummy. Or Batman. Or a Transformer. The comic artist tickles us pink with his child-like humor, incorporating ingenius...

After I became resigned to the fact that most of the boutiques on Los Angeles' infamous Melrose strip sell clothing for pretty much the same three kinds of people, I stumbled upon The Congregation of the Forgotten Saints. This shop, which caters equally to goth-glam...