Tag Archives: Friday Fox
I know. I’ve finished with the Friday Fox feature. But when I stumbled across this review of French film Le Renard et l’enfant (The Fox and the Child) I felt it was worth spreading. The film tells the story of … Continue reading
Today marks the last Friday Fox of 2010. So what better fox to use than this “red fox” drawn and painted by one of my favourite artists Becca Stadtlander. I’m thinking of replacing this feature with a Wednesday Wolf next … Continue reading
This illustration by Donald Chaffin, from the first edition of Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl, seems to conjure up the festive spirit of Christmas eve. Happy Friday! I hope you have a good one.
Some lovely foxes from Jane McDevitt’s collection of Eastern European matchbox labels. Happy Friday!
Another Friday, another fox. This week’s fox features in the sophisticated brand identity for luxury menswear line E. Tautz by Moving Brands.
A happy fox for Friday! Pity about the mouse though… via: blammo blog
These antique illustrations come from a book called ‘Drawings of the Animals of Greece and the Levant” by Ferdinand Bauer. The first is a fox, the second a wolf and the third a hybrid of the two. Happy Friday fox … Continue reading
Matte Stephens’ is an incredibly talented painter based in Oregon. I recommend a visit to his blog and flickr page for more mid-century-style masterpieces. For now, here is his cover design for Uppercase Magazine. Featuring a fox…of course.
Happy Friday! via: Ricardo Cavolo (his other work is lovely, be sure to visit his website)
via: Sarah McNeil