From my forthcoming Material Series.
Artwork for SOLSTICE MAGAZINE. Visit here
Here a fashion film that I made with the stunning Brandi Quinones some days ago.http://www.vimeo.com/19622986
Gustavo López Mañas
The Roots, a typographic piece created for the Keystone Design Union. The KDU espouses many masonic ideals and is connected to the Freemasons of New York. Scottish Thistle, Irish Clover, and British and American Roses reflect the entwined historical roots of the Freemasonry organisation.
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View development images via flickr.
― Daniel J Diggle
My submission for The Solstice Issue. View larger size here .
This issue was curated by KDU partner, Josh Vanover, KDU Core member, Victor Antonio and KDU Founder, David Gensler.
Containing over one hundred original images produced by top KDU members, it represents our continuing effort to crate the future while resisting the Digital Haze and Hype.
*Magazine contains some adult content*
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“Cavalier Essentials is a line of vintage products designed for the rugged, yet sophisticated gentleman. Cavalier was always briefly explained as–”If Steve McQueen carried a beat-up leather duffle bag on the back of his motorcycle; what would be in it and how would the products look?” This simple idea married an appreciation for lifestyle design and vintage accessories. All of the products possess a hand-made quality while responding to the modern influences of today’s culture.”
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February 2011 : PORCELAIN UNICORNS STUDIO
If some of you wonder where i was during these last months, i’ve been working hard on this project.
New direction – New ideas – Second breathe
The website will be published during february 2011, showcasing brand new projects from motion graphics to illustration, art & typography… The beginning of a new era for me, unleashed from some creative habits to the profit of experimentation, art, new horizons…
Some friends of mine recently built a mini ramp in the basement of their apartment in Bed-Stuy, BK. A truly homemade mini, the ramp is made from plywood, with the occasional duct-tape patched hole, coping found on the street, and the possibility of 3″ splinters, this ramp is no joke. But, of course, we wouldn’t have it any other way–there’s nothing like escaping the cold to skate with some friends on a private, indoor mini ramp. In addition to the ramp, the basement is also the home of their full band set up, so their guests can shred to some home cooked live music. These guys are living the skateboarder dream out in BK. Here are some shots from a recent session there: