Hello everyone! My name is Adolfo Correa and I’m a digital artist/designer from Santiago, Chile… and this is my first post as a new member of the almighty KDU, I’m so proud to be here amongst such a talented crew and share my stuff with all of you!
to start I made two pieces for the KDU hope you like it
For more please visit my website HERE
Last Friday we celebrated the launch of our 2nd House Guest Artist in the Denham Store in Amsterdam.
After having a local hero, Alljan Moehamad, for the first project, the 2nd in our series of guest artists welcomes STB Tees into the Denham House: a stand alone project by jakenoakes, who traditionally specialises in printed media (mainly books and magazines) often creating limited edition, bespoke publications.
Most recently jakenoakes designed Bill Gold: PosterWorks, the first limited-edition publication for luxury publishing house Reel Art Press (available through reelartpress.com) and co-created a live interactive stage show for Groove Armada.
The DENHAM geometric scissor design has a timeless yet contemporary appeal and was inspired by the works of Sol LeWitt.
www.jakenoakes.com | www.denhamthejeanmaker.com
I recently joined young creative agency 2xanadu and we’ve just launched our brand new website, filled with a tonne of unseen work and new work, take a look!
Gustavo Lopez Manas
Pixel and texture are the main aspects of the image. Rather than use purely digital artwork, I have been quietly trying new methods of creating texture. My focus is on the decay of beauty, as in, the fall of the ego as we are stretched apart in all directions by our ever increasing surroundings of illusion. Seeing things for what they really are by means of moving out of focus with these surroundings and to seek internally, let that guiding light shine forth.
I am seeking to make a transition in art. Forming a breakdown of parts and leaving blank space or thought in its place intrigues me. The balance for me would be to show growth / decay within the ‘inbetween’ phase of an image where they would both merge before the finished article becomes neither one or the other. Question also what you are looking at and by what medium or media? Question everything.
By following other artists it gets easier in time to interpret messages that they put forth. This in turn holds a certain resonance, something that on some level one can relate to.
We continue to learn at the drawing of each breath. I remain thankful to my peers. KDU for Life!
Hopped over to Auckland a few weeks ago to speak at the We Can Create conference along side some heros like Frank Kozik and Eike Keonig from Hort (among a slew of others). It was my first large event talk, so a fantastic trial by fire experience. Below is a post-lecture interview.http://www.vimeo.com/29024744
I’ve also started a new personal series of 100 Girls for my next and ongoing project. Six of the new pieces debuted in a show in Auckland. Here’s part of the drawing process for number 6, shot by Marius Crowne for part of an upcoming TV segment.http://www.vimeo.com/29125821
Some new pieces:
SVSV continues to use art as a vehicle to expand and communicate its anti-mass agenda. This week, we debut three artistic collaborations designed to amplify the core craft philosophy that defines our brand. Our brand believes that the ideas we generate share equal weight with the objects we create. Art is the bridge that connects these two realities.
Victor Antonio x SVSV
Josh Vanover x SVSV
Michael Ostermann x SVSV
Transition / Exploration of large bird species.
Well, this was going to be a type exploration when it started. Possibly a quote or a phrase that would echo the image. I really like the idea of taking portions away from an image and leaving this emptiness as blank space, offering thought in its place. With this in mind, it is an image reflective of a piecing together and of growth and full flight, also a double edge meaning of the dismantling and the disintegration and letting go of parts that may hold the bird back from it’s flight.
Photographic image + The background is a plain coloured rice. Using very few colours is something that is enjoyable to push into art, it keeps the exploration contained to a degree, yet opens the image up to a larger interpretation.
The smaller image within is just that. Contained within the eye of the Eagle, as we truly are.
Check out my new website and my new works!