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The paintings below were created by Jim Unwin (http://jimunwin.com), designer of LBP’s User Experience, also known as the guy who makes hundreds and thousands of teensy icons to fill up your Popit. Even better, they were created in Move Paint, a new tool in The Move Pack (out now!) that allows you to paint your own stickers, or create masterpieces of modern art by using the Move Motion Controller like a glowing digital paintbrush…

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Have you tried painting with Move yet? Link us some meisterworks folks!

Posted by: Spaff

Categories: LittleBigPlanet
Tags: found art jim unwin move pack

If you’ve ever wondered what goes on inside Alex’s mind when he’s in a meeting about stuff and things, then wonder no more.

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Say Hello to Mr Panda Panda, he’s the latest edition to Dave’s crochet family. Isn’t he cute?

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Posted by: Daisy

Categories: Media Molecule
Tags: cute david smith found art panda

It’s been a while so it’s probably time for another piece of found art, our supposedly regular blog feature where we, um, find bits of art simply lying around the office and we pop them on the blog for all to see.

Like buried treasure, we stumbled across this rather tasty pirate sketch that Rex gone done on a bit of paper.

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Posted by: Tom

Categories: Media Molecule
Tags: beards found art pirates rex crowle

Found Art: Rex’s snail mail

2010November 11th

Leave anything near Rex and it will become awesome and doodled upon. This envelope is a perfect example…

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Posted by: Spaff

Categories: Media Molecule
Tags: found art rex crowle

Found Art: Unnamed by Kareem

2010November 2nd

Kareem was worried that he’d scared the world with his previous piece of Found Art, and felt so bad about it he drew us a new piece especially, a new piece that is especially awesome.

A piece of art like this needs a name - why not tell us what you think it should be called in the comments below, we’ll send the piece of art to whoever comes up with the best name! Go!

We have a winner! Kareem looked over the full list, and the name that made him laugh the most was the least highbrow of them all, this piece of art is hereby entitled “Bob”  - Well done to Marc, @napero7 on Twitter! Thanks everyone for entering,  there were some incredible entries there, I think Kareem is hooked on this idea now.

Posted by: Spaff

Categories: Media Molecule
Tags: contest found art kareem ettouny

Kareem drew this fine specimen whilst in a meeting… I’m not sure who the meeting was with or what it was about, but I’m fairly happy I wasn’t part of it. It must have been Weird.

I went to talk to Francis earlier today, and he handed me this drawing. It’s deeply disturbing and should never see the light of day, which is why I immediately photographed it for this blog.

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When you come back to the studio after being away on holiday for a week or so, you expect your chair or keyboard to have been been stolen by someone, and for your desk to be taken over by someone else. What I didn’t expect was for my monitor to be covered in a zillion post-it notes all with copies of the same doodle on…

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The original was a doodle by Rex I planned to use in a found art piece, but just before I went away, Michelle decided to absentmindedly stamp some graffiti over it it whilst hovering over my desk chatting. The Bonnets doodle was ruined… kind of.

Whist I went away however, Michelle and her gang of ninja doodlers clubbed together to reproduce the picture a billion times, more than making up for the act of vandalism in the first place… Yay for Michelle, and yay for bonnets!

All these post it notes and more can be found littering the various monitors and TVs around the studio.

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I’m not 100% sure who the creators of these little drawings are, but I have a feeling the Kitty Mew Mew is by Costa, the Noob Man by Tom and the Hand Face Man by Victor.