A rare video interview with illustrator Maurice Sendak who I LOVE and who inspires me every single day. So many plans for (edible & non edible) projects featuring his work I hope (& have everything crossed) will come to pass in 2012. This interview is so raw and honest – to me the stand out film of the Tate Shorts series so far.
Simon Ings created this amazing stone fresco for Daniel Heaf – source @boingboing
Anna the Red has provided an AMAZING set of instructions on how to make your own set of Where The Wild Things are Bento – AWESOME work
We Love You So is the official Wild Things blog, who have been running an AMAZING fort competition. I want to build one really badly right now. It totally shows how it should be done, and being British it is a bit embarassing to look at the Fab ‘Design A Den’ competition in comparison.
This is how den building should ALWAYS be done:
See the Where The Wild Things Are DOUBLE Bento here.
Now making cakes like this is just plain showing off. But yes it is depressingly awesome!
Via Trend Hunter
Vice magazine are predictably jumping on the bandwagon with this exhibition of art inspired by Where The Wild Things Are – and more importantly the work of Maurice Sendak. Rather brilliantly you can download a Vice: Where The Wild Things Are Mini-mag here too.
Brilliant – another entry into the We Love You So competition to win a set of Where The Wild Things Are skateboards.