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WTB Staff

WTB Staff

WTB staff includes artists from all disciplines, brand experts, and art industry professionals.
Contrary to their very believable-at-the-time “Year 3000” prediction, The Jonas Brothers’ 7th album hasn’t outsold Kelly Clarkson. They don’t even have a 7th album… but there’s  still plenty of time. Jonas-lovers are a patient fandom who dream of the brothers getting back together.  If you’re wondering where the teenage heartthrobs...
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Oreos are for more than just eating nowadays. These artists were able to resist the lure of cookie and cream long enough to make something delicious. Harley Langberg’s body of work includes a plethora of food-ified work, including some famous faces and fluffy friends.  Image Source: harleysfoodart.com This Oreo definitely wins...
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Wonder Bread has been in our lives since the 1920s, its primary-colored packaging a classic sign that lunch is on the way. However, for these artists, Wonder Bread is more than the vessel for a peanut butter and fluff sandwich. Artist Catherine McEver uses slices of Wonder Bread as a...
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Sriracha is like the Kleenex of the hot sauce world. With its green cap and signature rooster, both hot sauce junkies and hot sauce rejecters alike can recognize Sriracha from a table away. It’s no wonder, then, that artists have found inspiration from the hot sauce bottle on every restaurant table...
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Crayons are a staple of childhood. So what happens when you grow out of coloring books and coloring between the lines? Use the crayons to make ridiculously extravagant sculptures, of course. One of Crayola’s slogans is “Everything Imaginable.” For Nashville-based artist Herb Williams, everything imaginable means using Crayola crayons to...
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Remember when you were a little kid and you would make designs out of your cornflakes? Well then you will be happy to learn that you are not alone. NY artist Sarah Rosado still plays with her food, to a wonderfully creative effect.  A daily consumer of cornflakes, Rosado was...
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Ever cut the label out of the neck of your sweater or the waistband of your pants? Joy Pitts would make you think twice about just throwing that scratchy tag in the trash. Pitts is an artist based in Nottingham, England that collects clothing labels from thrift shops and discarded...
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Today we celebrate what would have been Momofuku Ando’s 105 birthday. Ando, the inventor of the instant ramen, is remembered not only for his groundbreaking invention but also for the art he has inspired. In 2000, the instant ramen was voted as one of the country’s top inventions of the 20th...
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What would happen if Pokémon were free to behave as humans do? According to Pictogram, a design company based in the San Francisco Mission district, the first thing they’d do is start their own businesses. Dutch interface designer Sebastiaan de With imagined a world in which a fictional “Pokémon Corporate Personhood...
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Alex Chinneck is a British artist who specializes in distorting people’s perceptions. In order to do this, Chinneck has theatrically manipulated familiar architectural scenarios. In the past, he has inverted buildings and made them look like their facades are melting or sliding into the street. He has also made a...
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Much of the west got its first taste of K-Pop (Korean Pop) when Psy’s “Gangnam Style” became a viral sensation in 2012.  However, “Gangnam Style” is only the tip of the iceberg.  Behind it lies a phenomenon that’s not only about music, but has been incorporated into everyday pop culture, style,...
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Hershey’s, Godiva, Ghiradelli, Cadbury, or Dove- if its chocolate we want it. Thankfully we’re in prime chocolate season right now. We’ve still got a few Valentine’s Day truffles left and all our favorite Easter treats are in the stores. In order to celebrate this beautiful chocolate season, we’ve rounded up...
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  Ever wish that antlers grew in the form of luxury logos? Peter Gronquist is your man. Gronquist is a Portland, Oregon based artist whose Neo-Baroque work explores, what he refers to as, “hyper-American culture.” He frequently uses taxidermy animals in his work to represent innocence and gilded guns to represent...
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Emojis originated in Japan, but thankfully their use has spread rapidly throughout the world. Many of us send text messages and emails that consist entirely of the pictographs. Soon we may even be able to forego words entirely and rely on emoji- based communication alone. Though emojis exist across a...
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Image Source: Worship The Brand In many ways, being a grants administrator is a lot like being a doctor…on second thought, maybe it’s more like being a veterinarian. My sister-in-law is a vet, and no matter where she goes, she is often pulled into very technical conversations about ailing pets...
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  Alana McCarthy is an amazing, award-winning illustrator.  Her commercial clients have included The Wall Street Journal, Cadbury, Coca-Cola, Scholastic, Penguin Books, and Absolut Vodka. She also created the adorably fresh logo for our sister site Freak4MyPet.com. Alana is best known for her Geeky Pet art, which depicts cats, and the...
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  50 Shades of Grey is about to become one of the biggest movies of the year. It is hard to avoid the controversy surrounding the dark drama, but it isn’t the only film to portray side-eye-worthy relationships as #goals. In fact, in one of our favorite fandoms, another dark and...
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Oh Valentine’s Day- a holiday supposedly about expressing love, sending cards, flowers and teddy bears, but lets be real here- Valentine’s day is all about the candy! Whether you are single, dating, betrothed, married or divorced candy is pretty much all you should be eating this weekend. While some of us...
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Pantone Guides are books of thin cardboard color swatches that artists, designers, printers and manufacturers use to “color match” when a design enters its production stage... i.e. they ensure that you are painting lavender instead of eggplant by accident. Different printing equipment and computers can have different ideas of what a...
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Given that Valentine’s Day was essentially an early expression of fandom – it began either as a celebration of various martyred saints named Valentine or Valentinus OR as the Christian version of the Pagan feast Lupercalia… with loads of classic artwork depicting both of these angels – the best way to...
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