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February 2009 / № 11726

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This is the video the amazing guys at GangCorp / What The Film / Wisibility  did for my participation as an opener of the Fotolia Ten 2013 project, featuring 10 artists from 10 countries in 10 months, launching a free PSD for 24hs. every 10th of the month (except feb. and march where it’s the 8th)

Below you can see the piece that was offered as a multi-layered PSD for learning purposes.

Fotolia TEN by Gustavo Brigante

The work and effort they put into making this is undescribable, they are true professionals and are amazing to work with.
We went across Buenos Aires, filming our own customs and traditional places, trying to capture the escence of a city that’s being modernized and leaving the escence behind.

You have subtitles in many different languages to view this video available through the captions button on YT, so i hope you enjoy it.
As additional data, this project was announced through tv, newspapers and online media in 40 countries around the world, next some of the online articles where it was published:We’ve been working last month with the friends from What The Film / Wisibility, about my participation in 2013 edition of Fotolia Ten. An educative/creative global project (10 months, 10 artists from different parts of the world such as

January 10th my PSD for the collection was available for download for free, so i hope it was useful for people learning to compose and Photoshop in general. In this post it’s the video made by them representing Argentina through my participation in the project, and showing places of Buenos Aires, while you can listen some of my comments and see me working around or doing some interviews.Hope you like! And do tell me what you thought of the PSD.

http://www.eenia.com
http://www.facebook.com/designdesigndesign
http://www.tenbyfotolia.com

February 2009 / № 11716

Untitled set design. One out of two.
For full size check www.elroyklee.com
Thanks for watching

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Posted by elroyklee Categorized: Art Design Fashion |

February 2009 / № 11711
http://www.vimeo.com/27827524

We finally got around to relaunching our website with a new reel, tons of new design and animation work and even experiments and past pitches.

Posted by laundry Categorized: Art Design illustration |

February 2009 / № 11706

www.kronex.net

Posted by extraverge Categorized: Art Design Print Tags: Extraverage |

February 2009 / № 11705

The Pantheon

The Pantheon is new personal music and animation project. Curating a new rock’n'roll pantheon of up and coming music stars from the underground UK scenes. Each artist illustrated and animated into simple loops. The first animation of Grime DJ’s and Record Label Butterz (Elijah & Skilliam), who are pushing the vibrant and raw sound of Grime across the globe.

February 2009 / № 11702

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Valp updates his portfolio with works for Sean Kingston, Jagermeister and others.

February 2009 / № 11699

After a few sleepless nights, and help from friends in 1001, this is my new website and visual identity.

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Elvis Benicio

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Posted by Elvis Benício Categorized: Art Design Web Tags: EB portfolio site |

February 2009 / № 11692
February 2009 / № 11683
In 1988 when I was starting out in calligraphy I did this quotation.  I had done this in calligraphy but never completed it, so here is my latest rendition of the quote.  This features my latest script, “Rotunda Love Typeface”.  The lettering is very clear and easy to read.  This typeface was used on choir music sheets in very large letters so that everyone in the choir could read the words.  Typically the upper case letters (which were not quite invented yet) were done in a uncial versal (not shown).

Exploration HD SignatureIn 1988 when I was starting out in calligraphy I did this quotation.  I had done this in calligraphy but never completed it, so here is my latest rendition of the quote.  This features my latest script, “Rotunda Love Typeface”.  The lettering is very clear and easy to read.  This typeface was used on choir music sheets in very large letters so that everyone in the choir could read the words.  Typically the upper case letters (which were not quite invented yet) were done in a uncial versal (not shown).

Check out the full resolution image on flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/steveczajka/9170374478/

Posted by steveczajka Categorized: Art Design Tags: Calligraphy gothic rotunda steveczajka |

February 2009 / № 11677

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Some Personal work celebrating the Record Store Day 2012.
Basically it’s a mesh up of some of my favorite artist and who’s music I find to be relevant in the History of music so here there are…

Hope you enjoy.

www.rottenleftovers.net

Posted by rottenleftovers Categorized: Art Design illustration |

February 2009 / № 11674

Resident Evil HD Signature

This piece is actually a test of combining my gothic textura tall and narrow typeface with my new Canterbury Uncial typeface.  I think they look pretty cool together.  They compliment each other quite well.  Differences in size, spacing and texture also work well.  The long decender on the uncial Rs play well together and magically worked out that way.  The uncial letters are evenly spaced a bit wider than normal to give it a more formal look.  The diamonds are used to fill the empty space in the M, O, P, and T characters.  Layout design, spacing and balance are so critical in calligraphy yet unfortunately often overlooked.  All of this is was done by eye with help of a few guide lines.
This is an example where old-school authentic hand done calligraphy can be applied to modern movies, music, video games and other products.  I like the overall look of this piece.  I liked the first Resident Evil film. Never played any of the video games but imagine they look great too.  This would look amazing on the back of a T-shirt, or side of a wall.  Cheers Steve

This piece is actually a test of combining my gothic textura tall and narrow typeface with my new Canterbury Uncial typeface.  I think they look pretty cool together.  They compliment each other quite well.  Differences in size, spacing and texture also work well.  The long decender on the uncial Rs play well together and magically worked out that way.  The uncial letters are evenly spaced a bit wider than normal to give it a more formal look.  The diamonds are used to fill the empty space in the M, O, P, and T characters.  Layout design, spacing and balance are so critical in calligraphy yet unfortunately often overlooked.  All of this is was done by eye with help of a few guide lines.

This is an example where old-school authentic hand done calligraphy can be applied to modern movies, music, video games and other products.  I like the overall look of this piece.  I liked the first Resident Evil film. Never played any of the video games but imagine they look great too.  This would look amazing on the back of a T-shirt, or side of a wall.  Cheers Steve

February 2009 / № 11667

- Mindless Behavior -

Ilustração: Elvis Benicio
Fotografia: Thais Vandanezi
Modelo: Yasmin Santos

Mindless Behavior - EB

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February 2009 / № 11664

The Raven 059 CL 16x9 web

Read more, and help to crowd fund “The Raven” at http://gimpmagazine.org/theraven

February 2009 / № 11646

Snow White HD Signature

This is a sample from my recently upgraded Gothic Textura Tall and Narrow Typeface.  This commercially available typeface is nearing 400 characters.

February 2009 / № 11643

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