Check my latest project, few illustrations for The KDU, learn more here
This is our first post under our brand alias Constance & Eric, however, we are no strangers to the KDU.
We look forward to sharing all of our stories and images with you all.
One thing we are interested in is potential collaboration with illustrators, graphic designers, and other creatives who dig our vision and philosophy.
Last Tuesday was international “Go Skateboarding Day!” – a day where all skateboarders are called to the streets to show their commitment to, and the unbelievable popularity of skateboarding. Events took place all over the country and all over the world. Here in New York City, the day started at the new Maloof Money Cup skatepark in Queens, went through Manhattan, and ended just down the street from my apartment at McCarren Park in Brooklyn. There were contests, obstacles, dj’s, girls giving out Red Bull, giveaways, and literally hundreds of skateboarders. I went hoping to both skate and photograph, but the crowd was so huge that I decided to stay off the board and behind the camera. Here are some shots from the finale of the day at McCarren Park.
The day ended with a competition for the longest ollie off flat ground.
The winner ollied 21 boards (14-15ft) placed next to each other.
After the competition was over, the sponsors threw free hats, tees, dvds, and even decks in a raucous crowd chanting “Free Shit! Free Shit! Free Shit!”
Speaking of random…
Got a gig shooting this awesome band called Slowdance, for the Brooklyn Northside Festival Lookbook. Pure fun and randomness would describe the day.. Drove out to Ft. Tilden Beach, walked through trails, borrowed some kids skateboard, took over this guys bonfire on the beach and jammed to good tunes on the way back! Never a dual moment shooting with me.. Checkout my site to view more images: www.ninarobinsonphotography.com
Love and light,
Dear KDU members I only got accepted here a few days ago and I was really looking forward for creating a design for KDU. So this is what I came up with. Main inspiration was Egypt, both culture and history.
Destroy The Machines
Depthcore collective have just launched their new chapter “Obsolete” alongside their new website. The piece, Destroy The Machines was re-worked to become part of the chapter. Check out the great Depthcore works here.
The human hands that built their own cage, rise up and strike against the metal bars of their self made oppression. Fighting under one banner and crying in chorus, “Destroy The Machines”..
Development images here.
― Daniel J Diggle
Dear KDU and fellow members I would like to introduce my self and post one of my works.
My name is Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis. I have just graduated from university with a degree in Digital Art and Technology and my dream is to become a great designer/ digital artist. I am looking forward to networking and exchanging inspirations and projects. Finally I would like to state that I am really happy to be a member of KDU and having the chance to meet outstanding artists.
Now here is a piece for a competition for Peugeot. Unfortunately I didn’t win but It was a good experience.
When I was really young I had a dream that one day I would be an astronaut. But i also loved little cars. I used to make little rockets out of the carton thats left from the toilet roll and I used to stick them together with little cars and dream that one day I could drive my little car into space. Although I never managed to become an astronaut I made this design for Peugeot ’s competition, Motion & Emotion.
Case Study here: Portfolio
Here is the latest episode I filmed for Dabaoge with the mongolian folk band Hanggai.
Hello collective, I´ve been working on different projects lately. So I´m about to release them one by one. Stay tuned…
Substance based experiments for Nike wordmarks. Letters created by hand with modeling clay and vinyl. Letterforms then photographed, edited, and colours inverted – a dirty mess that worked out in the end. Check out the rest here.
Here are a couple of alternates from my recent site update. The type based image was a lengthy mess around in Cinema 4D, and the photograph was studio photo / Cinema combo – the chick is my little sister.
This project has been getting a bit of hype lately and some people were curious about the process – so here it is. It was pretty basic really – I shot a series of portraits, printed the shots, ripped and overlapped, and then photographed again.
The idea was to illustrate the human layers of dermal as character / complexity / whatever you’re hiddin!
You can view the rest of the series here.