Published by indie comic champions Drawn & Quarterly, Tom Gauld's wry collection of cartoons are sure to get the sides of ya mouth curlin' up.
How A Person Should Be, by Sheila Heti. This part-novel, part-confessional about the loves and woes of a twenty-something artist is given the tip of the hat by Miranda July.
Dave Eggers has a penchant for writing notes on foam board, which he says is great for making life-sized superheroes out of (Iron Man, namely) for his son.
A few choice works from pro skater-turned-fine artist Brian Lotti's personal sketchbook.
Dave Eggers' tutoring centre, 826 Valencia, was the inspiration for London's own literary workshop, Ministry of Stories. This photo shows Dave and co-founder Nick Hornby eating some of MoS's 'Thickest Human Snot'.
Founded in 2006 by nonprofit literary arts collective Pank, this magazine pushes the freshest writing talent you've not heard of - yet.
Pro skater-turned poet and writer, Scott Bourne's semi-autobiographical novel takes you on a turbulent ride through 1990s San Francisco. Love, heists, scams and sex, all told with a Southern twang.
RVCA teamed up with San Sebastian seamstresses Sew 'n' Sing for a collection of wholesome clothing and accessories including this nautically inclined duffel bag.
Indulge your inner Samuel Pepys and create that literary masterpiece the old-school way from penheaven.co.uk
Hitting that sweet spot where skate and custom motorcycles meet, DC's Double Label collab with w.1910 creates natty threads like this sweater and these sneaks for two or four-wheeled horseplay.