I want to be best friends with Mark Giglio. Under his studio name Pen Pencil Stencil, Mark creates elegant and simple graphic designs and drawings, but moreover he synthesizes his artistic voice throughout a variety of mediums: pillows, clothes, wood sculptures, folding paper calendar cubes. I got to see his wonderful character the Pencil Pirate, who I also have on a t-shirt, on display at the Giant Robot gallery on my last trip to NYC. For his online store, Mark creates one to five completely unique pieces and sells them for one month only, like the amazing wooden forest seen above. The little wooden men below are Mark's own hand-made Kokeshi dolls. As if that weren't enough, Mark is a great photographer, and evokative images from his time in Stockholm and Japan fill the news stream on his website, which you really should just go through page by page and enjoy. Also make sure to check out Grain Edit's studio visit to Pen Pencil Stencil for a look at Mark's neat workspace. I like to think that Mark and I have a lot in common, except that he makes having a great eye look so easy.