Photos by Aaron Ruell aka Kip from Napoleon Dynamite (seriously).
according to wikipedia, he also designed the awesome opening title sequence
^ for Napoleon Dynamite i mean..
wow, as if he wasn’t amazing enough just being kip!
wow… wicked pics!
To me it’s like a lullaby… I’m just flying by… Oh so high… like a kite… tied to a skate…
Oh the babies in the first photo are so creepy cute.
i love the film and these photographs are supurb! amazing work.
He is very creative, having also done some TV commercials (the quite obnoxious “filet-o-fish/filet of fish” being one of them).
Awesome!! The girls in the first one look like they could be his! These pictures totally look like the movie…
‘LaFawnduh is the best thing that has ever happened to me.’
The colours are great.
these are sweet
wow! some great posts today!
This are seriously awesome.
the geek kid with the pig! – just WOW!
the kid on the couch with the keyboard
i love the old trabant. it’s so nostalgic for me!
this whole series says nostalgia, really.
His commercial work can be viewed here:
i love the kid with the pig!!
haha, hello from Paris…
Aaron Ruell will be here in the shop colette for his new exhibition …
from august 30 to September 25, 2010.
213, rue st honoré, Paris
i wish i could be there for the show!!
A selection of work by artist Kirill Nazin. Discovered via our reader submissions (click here to submit!). More images below.
Another batch of paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Matt Phillips (click here for previous posts). See more images below or on display at Devening Projects in Chicago from October 30 – December 17.
The Instagram account “Things I have drawn” features the drawings of a six-year-old boy named Dom and the real-life counterparts, digitally crafted by his Photoshop wizard dad. See more hilarious images below!
Paintings by one of our favourites, Vancouver-born, New York city-based artist Andy Dixon. Click here for previous posts. More images from “Expensive Things II” below.
A selection of work by illustrator Laura Liedo. More images below.