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February 2009 / № 635

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Hello everybody.

I am really happy to inform that the last couple of months were very busy here at StudioKxx. New projects for clients such as Nike and Sony Ericsson have been succesfuly delivered or have entered the final stage of production. Working 12 hours a day through 7 days a week I have also managed to completely redesign my website portfolio. All of this and much more will be a part of a StudioKxx Website Relaunch in October 09. Before this happens be sure to take a look at some of my latest works at Cargo or Krop.


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February 2009 / № 616

adambomb tattoo gallerieadambomb tattoo gallerie detail

This is the current look of  Adambomb Tattoo Gallerie. The look and feel was directly influenced by the shop’s interior decor specifically the owner’s sculptures. The sites intent is to give the user an experience like that of being at the location. As we move further with this design it will be all about the little details. Little gears and mechanisms moving and turning. The idea being that you’ll notice little things here and there that you didn’t the first time. The same feeling you would get from visiting the shop.  currently live, but still under construction i give you http://www.adambombgallerie.com.

Posted by Brandon Minga Categorized: Design Web Tags: Fashion minga tattoos web design |

February 2009 / № 611

kingless kingdomkingless kingdom


Hey hey, got the shirts for the Mingadigm store and they are hot! Gotta give my boy Whitney over at Orchard Street Press some major respect for the amazing print job. Super detailed and super soft with the discharge inks and fairly priced for awesome printing, check em out when you get a chance. As always these shirts and many more posters are available on the Mingadigm store so mosey on over and have a look! thanks!

February 2009 / № 606

Where is the love

Random design from my Moleskine. Ballpoint pens.

Posted by Maxwell Lord Categorized: Design Tags: heart lettering love moleskine typography |

February 2009 / № 604


You still here? If so please let me announce the good news. This year ICR though it should invite some people to the Vienna Design Week; so they invite Ovidiu Hrin. But mister (Ovidiu) thought is will be so much fun if he can invite another designer along him to perform live a whole day. ICR agree so here we go, me and Ovidiu will be in Vienna since 5 of Octomber to 11 Oct, and we will be performing in VDW Labor section on 7-8 placed in Kunsthalle Wien. If you are around or if you plan a vacation around that date and if you are a designer too, do not hesitate to come to Vienna. There will be an entire week full of design and related events, so I am waiting you there. Can’t wait to be there and make the “combat” with Ovidiu, can’t wait too meet the others designers invited to VDW, can’t wait to visit the Zoo & at last can’t wait to have my vacation this year near Pupsa. Be there!

And at last let me make another announcement. I thought I should try the cargocollective thing. I found it interesting and quite nice & simple. So I started to upload stuff there; quickly I found out that I didn’t update my portfolio from a while so I started to upload new stuff and still uploading. So please show me some love and if you feel like sharing please do, if not recycle it and get over it.

February 2009 / № 601


I recently did this DC Skateboarding graphic which is dropping right now..

You can see a bigger version of it on my Flickr here ….. Lots more to come !

Posted by faceless Categorized: Design Fashion Print |

February 2009 / № 599


film made by bricolagista!

writer director producer camera: monihan monihan

editor assistant camera: sara kinney

writer producer stylist: dante ross

music: phofo

lighting crowd control: james h garrett III

star: humberto leon (opening ceremony)

Posted by monihan Categorized: Fashion Web Tags: Motion |

February 2009 / № 585

Rich Soil

I have updated my folio with eight new projects, including some illustration and typography work for Rich Soil, a portrait of Dita Von Teese, and a few other miscelleanous odds and ends.

February 2009 / № 528

Simone Magurno / Serious Situations™ / SRSTTNS™ — from Italy to California.

Design in progress for The KDU — 2009.
Meanwhile, please view my portfolio.


February 2009 / № 578

…more will be posted soon…

Posted by alexanderfielden Categorized: Design Fashion Photography |

February 2009 / № 545


We’re at TEDGlobal this week and on Tuesday we spent the day listening to talks about philsophy and graphic design and heard the musings of actor Stephen Fry.  But we were really surprised by the special guest appearance…Britain’s Prime Minister, Gordon Brown.  The Prime Minister’s talk ended the day discussing how the use the world’s interconnectedness to develop a set of shared ethics.  Check out Gordon Brown’s TED Talk and find out more about TEDGlobal.

Posted by Sub Rosa Categorized: Design |

February 2009 / № 544


It’s always tough when a fantastic brand asks you to cast beautiful women to feature in videos. Armani approached Sub Rosa to help them develop a series of how-to videos that featured their celebrity face designer Tim Quinn. In addition to shooting and editing these videos, we developed the creative for the website that would integrate this content and help consumers understand the breadth of products and techniques used to attain that Giorgio Armani look. The videos have received strong traffic and ultimately aided the brand in showcasing the full product line to consumers. Can’t wait until we can do it again!

Posted by Sub Rosa Categorized: Fashion |

February 2009 / № 542

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Sub Rosa was engaged by L’Oréal to launch Diesel’s newest fragrance, Only The Brave. It was the opportunity for the brand to engage with creative consumers to elicit intrigue and participate in an authentic way with influential consumers. Targeting artists in key communities to create original artwork under the theme of bravery became the launching point for what grew into a highly successful campaign. Through a collaboration with our friends at the Keystone Design Union we were able to create over 75 original pieces of art from 30 artists in over 20 countries (including a massive typographic sculpture of the word “brave” by artist Bob Partington). The pieces were unveiled in a gallery show here in NY during April and then traveled to Miami for another showing at the famed Moore Building in the design district.

The digital aspect of this campaign was as exciting as the gallery work. The site housed campaign content, including a triptych video produced in tandem with LEGS (of Pete the Meat Puppet fame) to look at the aspects of Bravery through the lenses of Heart, Mind and Nerve (the attributes that can comprise bravery). The fragrance received visibility and awareness through events and media in 6 markets, online coverage on a variety of blogs and news sites, as well as promotion and integration with the brand’s spokesman, Common, for live performances and blogging. This was a campaign that embodied bravery in every action and it took a brave client to try something different in fragrance marketing. Let’s all be brave together.

Posted by Sub Rosa |

February 2009 / № 540


The Kiehl’s campaign launched on Earth Day 2009 featured a series of limited edition artwork created by celebrities in support of the new Argan product line. Sub Rosa developed a microsite and a series of functionality and awareness elements to help drive traffic and buzz for the products as well as the charitable efforts built to support of the Waterkeeper Alliance. In an effort to keep conversation going with consumers, we put together an editorial team to provide daily blogging and social media activity–keeping the voracious content appetite of the Kiehl’s consumer consistently fed.

Posted by Sub Rosa Categorized: Web |

February 2009 / № 538

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As a host at the 99% Conference, Sub Rosa orchestrated a Lower East Side Scavenger Hunt asking participants to find inspiration by the art, culture and design of the neighborhood. Participants were teamed up in pairs, equipped with mobile phones, a digital camera and a list of 99 items to find in 1.5 hours. The team with the highest number of collected items at the end of the hunt won. Check out the Flickr feed of the shots from around the neighborhood.

Posted by Sub Rosa Categorized: Photography |















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