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February 2009 / № 8671




I wanted to work with Markus Baier for a while… not just for a pointless collaboration, but on an illustration awareness piece. He is young, versatile and always looking for a directional challenge, so it was fun to throw up this 50 / 50 analog vs digital piece. Communication was on point. Both working fast to achieve the desired outcome, Markus & I sketched, scanned, penned, inked and built up the Egyptian in a bid to explore this mode of thought.

The main objective is to use a potentially ‘analog’ statement of something that existed long before digital. An example of human will, of mystery. Something that would make a person ponder large scale questions. ‘Egyptian’ is simple, it resonates with stone, with measurement, with mind. Fighting back against devolution and the use of artificial intelligence that has been slowly capturing the human spirit and constructing a new world inside of our own… When did we cease to question and rely on this falsehood ?

The intention was to create a piece that reflected the use of analog & digital, from the perspective that ‘digital’ can only free a thing as symbolic or creative with the use of human interaction and/or intervention. Our collaboration injected a certain spark into the image that can only be found by manipulating certain characteristics of the digital field. The first, middle and last steps are all with the human mind. Design, process, execution. Analog & Digital can co-exist. But do we need them to? Without the emotion that we used to shape and let the image breathe and live, it is merely a faceless collection of insignificant shapes. If by our choice the initial sketch is taken away, it would still remain an emotionless abstraction, neither one thing or the other. It does not feel, it does not know. The machine is bound by its own limitations. As a basic sketch, it was already alive and all further elements could easily have been completed by hand.

The systematic digital world needs us. It needs us to live and breathe life into it and for it. We have been placed under the illusion that we also need it in return. We do not. Take back what is yours. We live and breathe regardless.


Illustrator Pariseau in "Fresh/3 Cutting Edge Illustrations-Print" edited by Slanted

Posted by pierrepaulpariseau Categorized: Design illustration |

February 2009 / № 8659

“And see!  the lady Cristabel

Screen shot 2011-07-29 at 8.15.53 AM

Gathers herself from out of her trance;

Her limbs relax, her countenance

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Grows sad and soft;  the smooth thin lids

Close o’er her eyes;  and tears she sheds–”

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Constance & Eric

See “Cristabel in it’s entirety at


Posted by Constance & Eric Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 8654

My brand made in acrylic plate.

acrylic plate EB

Posted by Elvis Benício Categorized: KDU Tags: gift product |

February 2009 / № 8652

Piece developed for the design of which will be released gadget wallpaper for Iphone and Ipad.


Posted by Elvis Benício Categorized: Art illustration |

Special thanks to Phil and the rest of the team from Madbury Club. I do not remember a more well put together interview since we sat down with Inquiring Minds years ago. I enjoying shooting the shit!

Thanks guys!

You can view the full interview here.



February 2009 / № 8647


Recently I have redesigned my website. Check it out.


Posted by lostinjungle Categorized: Design The KDU Web illustration |

February 2009 / № 8646

Staf Summer 2011. Elfo Art

Staf Magazine launch the new magazine · www.stafmagazine.com


Since 1997. STAF Magazine is a free independent magazine and publishing house focused on independent and DIY culture, subcultures, skateboard & surf cultures, art, photography, films, books… and based in Málaga, Spain. You can find us on:


Enjoy readin…

This work is a project from the owner of TINX Artwork
who invited 8 artists to create artworks for the exhibition and printed onto a T-shirt.
See more detail at www.freshfordeath.com

February 2009 / № 8639

Sorry for the lack of post during the past few weeks but I was traveling a lot for work.

So to catch up here is the latest Dabaoge episode we filmed with my friend Andy:

February 2009 / № 8628

I will be part of this group exhibit. Shows on Saturday August 6th in Vancouver,BC. Check out the details about the event:  website. All proceeds from the show and the silent auction will go to local charity FUCK CANCER (www.letsfcancer.com)

Some of the process photos.




Posted by lostinjungle Categorized: Art illustration |

February 2009 / № 8624

Posted by Speero Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 8622



Posted by keflione Categorized: Art Photography Tags: shanghai |

February 2009 / № 8619

Experimental recreation of the Atari 2600 stylistics. Music composed entirely on KORG DS by Natalya Sherina and Andy Fink. Visuals by me.

Posted by Mykola Dosenko Categorized: Art Tags: myk dawg |

February 2009 / № 8614

We are proud to release the online version of the new SVSV Book.

Picture 1

Please view the Lookbook here.



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