Jack Overland FrostJack Overland Frost Who says there’s a dearth of things for guys to collect over at shopping sites like Etsy? Ryan MacDonald’s prints and cards all feature oddball characters and monsters — my pick would be the one where the protagonist seems to have stuck a box over his head and stormed out of an office and is off to do… odd things. Of course there’s lots of other characters that Ryan draws — many of which would actually be great to read up in a comic. And no wonder too: he credits his inspiration source as comics, street art, and the sublime colors in nature!
DaisyCombridgeDaisyCombridge Comfort plus cuteness makes for a winning combo, so punch up your look with a poncho! Create a fresh look by reinventing a classic piece and stay cozy with this nouveau hoodie overhaul.To create, make a cut from the side seam of the sweatshirt body as well as each side of the inner-arm. Open up the neckline with a crew neck cut-out. Be sure to cut ONLY the top layer so you don’t loose the hood. Close up the back by pinning large safety pins (or feel free to sew) across your new open seam. Cut the bottom sides (both front and back) into a curved shape, keeping the back a bit longer than the front. Secure the sleeve to the torso, which creates a poncho silhouette. Use large safety pins and pin approximately halfway down the bodice. For the armhole, attach buttons on the top and bottom front sections. Use any button you like and attach with safety pins or sew. Use the same buttons to add accents to the shoulder seam.