I have a blank space above my desk, where an Inspiration Wall should be.
It is something that is highly touted by artists and illustrators I know, people who really know what they're talking about. I'm so easily scattered and distracted with this recent move that I just haven't gotten around to piecing it together. Let's see.
I do, at least, have an Inspiration Shelf on my bookcase nearby. So maybe it will take a bit of work--let's see, I'd have to turn 90°, roll the chair to the left about... oh... four inches, and extend my arm. Voila, I have a book. That's a minimal amount of effort, luckily.
So this is what I have there:
2 books by Claire Wendling
She's an amazing illustrator from France. Her book Drawers 2.0 is something I have to flip through every few weeks. I snagged Aphrodite off ebay not too long ago for a mere $14 and was thrilled-- it's in French but who cares; I got it for the art.
Belladonne, illustrated by Pierre Alary is another awesome find that I can't read, but will instead look at.
That's a start, mmmm?
Oh, wait. No Inspiration Wall would be complete without animated gifs from my favorite shows. I mean, really. Come on.
Strangers With Candy
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
When I find an animated gif for Night Court, I will be beyond elated.