First I met her works when was passing through ArtLebedev Studio illustrators page. She worked there as a freelance illustrator. I was absolutely mesmerized by the sensuality and the breathtaking detalization presented by her artworks. Their clean erotism was engraved in my mind and next time I saw her personal portfolio I was sure that met exactly same person. Her branded artistic style playing its role.
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MailArts Project Collaboration for celebrate 10 Years Indie Guerrillas and will be show in Yogyakarta Biennal Exhibition next month
For the last year or so, I’ve taken a break from the design world to focus on my first love – music. The current band and project I am working on is called A Lull.
Last week, XLR8R.com premiered our new single, “Weapons For War”, exclusively on their website and we have had some great responses. This is what XLR8R had to say :
“Chicago’s shape-shifting trio A Lull creates a vast sound far more massive than the sum of its parts. Their beat-heavy brand of post-rock relies equally on instrumental rhythms as it does melodic vocal percussion, a fact showcased fluidly on the XLR8R exclusive “Weapons For War.” Ripped from their current sessions for next year’s forthcoming debut album,Confetti, A Lull’s song inhales as much as it exhales—trading in swirling electronics and tribal beats for acoustic rhythms and harmonized vocal hooks as it breathes.”
We are really excited about where this is going! Go check it out and keep us the HIGHEST RATED TRACK ON XLR8R! Feel free to repost and re-blog!
DOWNLOAD LINK : http://www.xlr8r.com/mp3/2009/10/weapons-war
NO! typographic organic illustration.
Organic and structural typographic illustration, created with Faber Castil and Rotring technical pens. A mass of tangled branches and coral-like fans entwined with sharp structural forms. A sparrow hides amongst the branches guarding her eggs. Hidden amongst the elements is the words ‘NO!’ – this can be seen best via the development images – meaning hidden amongst the mass. Set to be a limited run screen-print.
Full development images and process can be viewed here.
― Daniel J Diggle
Wooden Toy Quarterly and Semi-Permanent presents Lyrics and Type.
Exhibition starts on the 9th October at the Gorker Gallery http://www.gorkergallery.com/gorker_home.html
Piece for the Wooden Toy “Lyrics & Type” exhibition/zine at the Gorker Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.