Bite Sized Snack: A New, Tasty Visual Blog

Bite Sized Snack: A New, Tasty Visual Blog Bite Sized Snack is a new visual blog conceived and curated by illustrator and website organizer Robert Zimmerman. He describes the site as: "a daily serving of visual goodness, delivered by a team of trusted graphics professionals. One lite snack is offered each day, a snack that's easy to swallow and has been prepared with care to leave you feeling satisfied and inspired."

Zimmerman has collected a group of 30 "chefs," who include illustrators Lou Beach, Marc Burckhardt, David Goldin, Catherine Lazure, Ross MacDonald, Tim O'Brien, Laurie Rosenwald, and more (plus a few stray non-illustrators like myself). The chefs each post one interesting visual example and link a month, and the postings are randomly selected and rotated on to the site. The offerings range from illustration to photography to found objects, from the artwork of Harpo Marx and Mark Mothersbaugh to portraits made out of used joints.

Recent Bite Sized Snack posted images, clockwise from top left:




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More recent Bite Sized Snack posted images, clockwise from top left:
From the Famous Artists School "Principles of Experimental Design," 1959
The Paintings of Harpo Marx

Zimmerman is an illustrator who also works with internet technology, starting the websites Drawger (a blog site for illustrators) and Illoz.com (a portfolio site for illustratiors). He also operates a small internet code shop called BugLogic.

Related links:
Drawger (a blog for illustrators)
Illoz (a portfolio site for illustrators)
BugLogic (Zimmerman's web coding site)
Bite Sized Snack is also on Facebook.

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