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…It’s Website Wednesday: Project 365?

Cat Killer

Avid Liongoren is a man on a mission that doesn’t have an end: On his site, called Project 365, he creates daily illustrations that he then shares with the world.

The first year was sketchbook doodles, then monsters of the city, then a comic book of his life, and now, he’s drawing daily monsters that will haunt your dreams.

Check it out to follow along as he progresses through the project, and maybe it’ll inspire you to start a project of your own.

[Project 365]

[Via: Drawn!]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Box Doodle Project?

Box Doodle Project

The Box Doodle Project is a fantastic collection of boxes that have been artistically rearranged to make figures and objects.

The idea is to make the most with the least, and I’d say that the entries that have been submitted so far have definitely achieved that goal!

Plus, if you’d like to make your own Box Doodle, there’s also a Box Doodle Tool that allows you to design your own online and then screenshot it and send it in.

[Box Doodle Project]

…It’s Website Wednesday: I Got An Envelope?

IGotAnEnvelope

If you liked PostSecret, then you’ll want to check out IGotAnEnvelope, as it follows a similar formula.

IGotAnEnvelope is a continuous art project where people leave empty self-addressed stamped envelopes in public places to be picked up and filled by others, who then send them back.

To participate:

  1. Write the following message on a small sheet of paper:

    Dear finder, put something personal inside the envelope and then return it to me. Be as original and artistic as possible and the content of the envelope will be submitted to igotanenvelope.com.

  2. Attach the sheet (with a paper clip) to the envelope.
  3. Write your address and put a valid stamp on the envelope.
  4. Leave the envelope in a public place and wait for its return.

Then:

Take a close-up picture of the content, or scan it, and email it at [email protected] (be sure to indicate where you left your envelope).

You can also check out the IGotAnEnvelope site for photos of the envelopes that have been returned so far, and there are some really fantastic results, so I recommend giving it a look.

[IGotAnEnvelope]

[Via: Josh Spear]