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February 2009 / № 9131

Two recent illustrations.

This one was for the family and loved ones of a close friend who just passed away. (Rest in Peace Parris McNeal)

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This one was for another friend, who is alive and well I might add. Entertainment reporter Daryl Archie.

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‘Don’t need NO Devil dust’ / Ian Brown / Mixed method / Experimental Portfolio

In my opinion one of the greatest Great British singer-songwriters of all time.

Ok, so many may disagree. Whatever. This guy has proved himself to be one of the most influential artists in recent years. From a true working class family, to the lead vocalist of  The Stone Roses, he has a celebrated history of perfect lyrics and bold collaborations ( personal artistic favs : UNKLE  / ADIDAS / BAPE ) which has seen him rise to the top of the ranks. This does not come easy. A solid solo career setting himself aside from the usual suspects in terms of visual art & video appeal, content instruments, tight, challenging lyrics and awesome depth of character has earned him the aforementioned status.

Having seen him perform, I would say he offers a wise expression as opposed to glitter ball stage gimmicks. This gives him an awesome presence. And of course he is renowned for saying that he needs ‘no devil dust’ for his confidence. Mr Brown, a true performer, I salute you.

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February 2009 / № 9109

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The Invasionism pack is neat. And possibly collectable. So… let’s make them count.

The one thing about the Southwest, come hell or high water is the tourism. They come for the historical value and the art. And what more do visitors need more than signs? …more signs… I got a real kick watching some visitors in the city see the already existing signage… then promptly get out a smart phone and internet search the words on the stickers.

Traffic boost!

here are proud KDU members down this way, myself included. The Art Sector itself is always a good source of design gossip / story telling. The who’s who and who’s doing what or who. So awareness was on the agenda. The education system is what it is. When I studied here in the southwest (Devon & Cornwall), most courses were switched mid-way into something rather more defined by digital medium as opposed to personal creative development. Many students found that the level of teaching was slow and unstructured and poor. This in turn offered a poor attendance by many, who realised that the course detail was far from what they signed up for. I know a few that work in dept stores and no longer sketch, let alone feel that a future in art or design is something to consider. Anyhow, it is refreshing to see that nowadays the various mediums and media are embraced and the frayed edges have now been stitched and ironed out. A thriving community of art and design focused individuals have a grand voice and the best selections of art on display at all times of the year. Hence it now being the Art Sector.

www.vanguard-atelier.com

February 2009 / № 9103

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Posted by brisseaux Categorized: Art Design illustration |

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KDU x Justin Marquese

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February 2009 / № 9074

I was fiddling with the idea of how a movie poster from another planet would look like, and i guess by merging bits from different cultures and and invented scriptform i ended up making this poster, which im thinking on making a series and i will have a good bunch of them printed very soon.

Alien movie poster

February 2009 / № 9073

I was commissioned by an agency to work on this Digital matte painting for TCM, the retro movie channel from the Turner network.
The client wanted 3 of the most seen landscapes on TCM movies merging, as in Western, Mysterious Island/Jungle, and Volcano forest. They were very flexible around how i should show this scene, so i decided on making a panoramic view of the scene working it out with both photography and 3d, merged with matte and manipulation work.

Digital Matte painting landscape for TCM/Turner

Digital Matte painting landscape for TCM/Turner

Digital Matte painting landscape for TCM/Turner

February 2009 / № 9060

Hello!
My name is Gustavo Brigante and as my Bio says, im a self-taught graphic designer and illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
From now on im gonna be publishing my favourites bits of work, explorations and processes in this space.

The KDU looks like an amazing project and i see a lot of great work so its a pleasure to share mine here,
i hope this will lead to new and exciting ways to keep exploring and learning further in my work, and also to meet new friends.

You can also see more of my work at my site or get regular updates on my facebook page.

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TV Party! – Camila Huerta by Gustavo Brigante
This work was a collaboration with chilean model Camila Huerta for her portfolio. Worked out this piece with total freedom of subject as long as the piece was centered on the main portrait so i had lots of fun working on this. At the time of making this i was also learning Cinema 4d (still am) so i experimented a little with it for this composition and all the rest was worked around with Photoshop.

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TV Party digital composition in Photoshop + Cinema4d / Camila Huerta by Gustavo Brigante
February 2009 / № 9044

It’s been a while since I updated my page. Probably cause I didn’t have much to share. I finished this illustration for Designers Against Child Slavery – An art collective dedicated to raising awareness about sex trafficking. Exhibit is on Saturday, October 1st, 2011 at 7:00 PM – check out more about the exhibit and organization here : www.dacsunited.com

http://lostinjungle.net/#2025607/DACS-EPISODES

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Posted by lostinjungle Categorized: Art Design The KDU illustration |

Recently the pool, or bowl, at the skatepark in Saratoga Springs, NY was filled with dirt and rendered un-skateable. The city claimed they were forced to cut park employees and the pool was deemed too hazardous to be part of the new “skate at your own risk” policy. Since then, local skaters and the people of the town have been trying to get the city to remove the dirt from the pool, even offering to dig it out themselves. It’s one of the oldest pools on the East Coast, and as a skater from New York I know how rare and special it is to have access to one (there are only a handful more in the Northeast even now). With the exponential increase of popularity and interest in skateboarding over the past few years, removing the bowl is like removing a soccer or baseball field from a public park. Please visit Save the Skatepark for more information, or better yet, sign the petition to have the dirt removed. Here are some photos I took of the bowl at the park while at school in Saratoga:

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Posted by Cole Categorized: Art KDU Photography Print Web |

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