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February 2009 / № 6598
February 2009 / № 6596

Bright Star

There is one bright star in our galaxy.
Calligraphy: Chinggis Khaan in old Mongolian script by Ragchaa

February 2009 / № 6594
February 2009 / № 6593


In Love party 2010


Mongolia party 2009

Silence white 2010

Silence White 2010
/Mongolian Leading Dance Event/

Silence white 2010_02

Silence White 2010
/Save the Planet/

Silence white 2009

be white

Silence White 2009

Halloween 2009

Halloween friends party 2009

sonic groove 2009

Sonic Groove 2009

Massive Attack Vol.03

Massive Attack Vol.03

Fusion Beats 2010

Fusion Beats 2010

February 2009 / № 6587

Retro futurism

case study I

14th January 2010

February 2009 / № 6579

She ran aground in 1968 off the coast of Rockaway and forever changed Maritime history.

Now she is ready to do it again in her little corner of the Big Apple known as Red Hook.

The story, written AND photographed by yours truly, for Overflow Magazine, can be read here, titled “Whalen on Red Hook”.

The MAry Whalen in Red Hook


February 2009 / № 6578

My first assignment  in New York was to shoot X Japan, one of the largest rock bands in Asia for over 28 years. Now they’re ready to tackle the US!

Pick up the December NYLON Guys issue to read the article and checkout my website to view more images: www.ninarobinsonphotography.com


February 2009 / № 6576


Posted by Edgartista Categorized: Design illustration |

February 2009 / № 6575



The great battle is coming!!!

Posted by berjo Categorized: illustration Tags: berjo vs dominator |

February 2009 / № 6573


Collaboration between independent bike company Brooklyn Machine Works and Japanese bike store W-BASE.  Tee was created for the KDU to commemorate the 6th anniversary of W-BASE in Tokyo.

Posted by zachshuta Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 6569


Draw all the time 10 and other good stuff on my blog

Posted by berjo Categorized: KDU Tags: Berjo draw all the time 10 drawing |

February 2009 / № 6567

After becoming slowly but surely demoralised and suicidal after reading a hoard of design blogs asking “what inspires you?” and “do you listen to music” I started working on a personal project call Pig Bimpin’.

Pig Bimpin’ is about designers, popular ones, not so popular ones but genuinely about them. I feel like we are the most interesting people on earth and this is an attempt at creating a discussion about who we are.

Thus, it is with great pleasure that I present Pig Bimpin’. www.pigbimpin.com/


Posted by wakeupmrsingh Categorized: KDU |

design_xmas4_600A Christmas card illustration for New Zealand leading interactive agency Shift and the parent company TBWA Tequila.

“This year rather than giving small gifts to the clients, we decided to give one large gift to the the charity!”

Have a safe and happy Christmas people!


February 2009 / № 6557


Arseny Vesnin (Designcollector) and talented illustrator and iPad monster Fiodor Sumkin (Opera78) started to create the über awesome Digital Magazine “DESIGNCOLLECTOR” Winter 2010/11 for iPad owners.

Illustration below made by Sorin Bechira

DesignCollector Magazine

DesignCollector Magazine

DesignCollector Magazine

February 2009 / № 6550

Shooting storyboard: car chase and special effects scenes.

The Hot Potato, feature film written, directed and produced by Tim Lewiston, Wardour Pictures and Novak Prod. Shot on location in UK and Belgium.

Synopsis: Based on real events. London’s East End 1969. One evening, a government research establishment explodes; an event that eventually leads the two friends, Kenny (Ray Winstone) and Danny (Jack Huston), being in possession of a large lump of Uranium… They crisscross Europe to find a buyer. Accompanied by Danny’s girl, the lovely Carole. They encounter a diverse cast of bizarre characters, all trying to steal the ‘Hot Potato’, but a deal agreed inside the Vatican has the co-conspirators confounding each other. The story twists and turns to an exciting and unexpected finale.

Only two sequences were storyboarded: the action scene with cars and another scene requiring matte and special effects. Drawn directly with ink on paper, trying to keep the energy of the first draft, the second scene is just sketched roughly – as no more than an outline was necessary.



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