I’ve done some major updates on my online portfolio.
I worked on a pitch for the Swedish clothing brand Indiska. Here’s a quick shot of it. I will soon update my portfolio with new works including this and work for Converse. Stay tuned!
ALUMINUM 100 X 66
ALUMINUM 150 X 65
Large format Graffiti sculptures made of perspex.
Site updated with several new works ranging from graphic design to illustration, motion graphics and product design, also featuring a free font, check it here.
Since inception, SVSV has been dedicated to following our own obsessions regarding design and craft. Rarely engaging the general market, we opted to ignore trends and fads and focus on each individual design and customer.
For us, SVSV has been about creating an environment unaffected and immune to outside stimuli, influence and hype. After years of adhering to our completely private, and at times secretive ways, we are now preparing for a public re-launch, including a full online store with access to all original master garments and accessories.
It is soon time to share our obsession with the world. We hope you will follow.
Just updated my website with my efforts from the 4th Quarter in 2010.
Here are just some samples; check out the rest at;
This past Friday bore witness a reception celebrating the first official Denham House Guest Artist Project.
The concept of the H.G.A series is very simple. We reach out to exceptional creatives whose work we admire and who have a handwriting all their own. We invite these artists to express elements of our brand signature within a special artwork but we insist it be done without any compromise to their own unique vision… -in other words, we ask them to step into our world but let ‘em do pretty much their own thing. Then we integrate the artwork within special styles in our seasonal collection.
The first artist we asked was a local hero, Alljan Moehamad. Alljan has inspired a cult following for mind bending pen-and-ink illustrations that seem to flow completely organically from the end of his pen. He will sit at his worktable; clear his mind and ignite an initial imaginative spark. From that first ignition the work seems to unfold nearly of its own volition, or at least he’s taught himself to remove any artificial filter between his mind and his hand. Representational forms sill forth but before the viewer can predict their direction they morph and spin and bloom into other images and objectives. The result can be compared to psychedelic artwork from the Fillmore Theater days in San Francisco and New York, but they manifest a clean contemporary freshness that can only be from Alljan’s own time and his own place. Alljan and his vision are nothing if not absolutely original.
The styles featuring Alljan’s artork for Denham were unveiled in our own shops last week. Alljan has also honored us by exhibiting the full set of original Alljan Skulls of which his Denham scissor-skull is a key part. The exhibition was installed in our Amsterdam store and served as the heart of Friday’s reception. Limited edition signed prints of the Alljan’s artwork were also produced and given as a special gift to guests who bought one of the new House Guest Artist tees or scarves during the event. And of course Alljan was on-hand to celebrate with us and meet his fans throughout the evening.
The Depthcore Collective is proud to release it’s 41st themed chapter exhibition, “MIRROR“.
This chapter features over seventy carefully considered and meticulously executed pieces produced by a diverse selection of members from the collective. The submissions, as varied in content as they are in style, revolve around central themes of introspection, self reflection and contemplation of man and his environment, and are spread across several mediums, including music, photography, illustration and digital painting.
Below is one of my contributions to the chapter, entitled ‘Pattern Dunk’.