Heath Killen is a freelance designer and illustrator with a great eye. His work combines hand done work with the computer fluidly and presents a great balance despite it’s rather colorful and often experimental nature.
His site is definitely something you can get lost in (due to the amount of work he’s done) so if you’re willing and interested check out more of his work over at his website.
So, as Christmas is coming quickly upon us, I thought I’d mention Terry Zwigoff’s excellent 1995 documentary on underground comics most colorful figure, Robert Crumb, has gotten the Criterion treatment (available in Blu-ray and standard DVD). Here are a few of the extra features included on the disc:
New, restored high-definition digital transfer, approved by director Terry Zwigoff, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition
Two audio commentaries, one featuring Zwigoff from 2010, and one with Zwigoff and critic Roger Ebert from 2006
More than fifty minutes of unused footage
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Jonathan Rosenbaum and artwork by Charles, Jesse, Maxon, and Robert Crumb
Also, Crumb’s illustrated Book of Genesis which came out last year. Read more about the project and his career in this great informative and interesting interview with him from The Paris Review.