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February 2009 / № 8110


I connected with the homey Levi maestro to make a limited edition poster for the Super Stupid dummy grind party hes throwing to raise money for japan. The trend has passed, but we both still hold the people of japan, our homies and strangers close to our heart and took the opportunity to both do what we do best paired with a few other like minded people, creatively to raise support. All proceeds from donated products go directly to japan relief, and the event will feature the tunes of Dj 9th wonder plus a few other guests if you are here in LA this weekend at the key club.

From a creative level, Levi captured pretty closely my art process from start to finish, from pen, to computer to silkscreen, in a simple playful way I think really pleasantly captures the overall Laundry! vibe well. The only part he made look easy was the screen printing process which was a bit of a feat. Anyhow, enjoy.


February 2009 / № 8117


Please view the feature here. BIG thanks to all our friends in the media who have continued to show support for the relaunch. true thanks.

David Gensler

February 2009 / № 8114


Special thanks for Kevin Ma at Hypebeast for the support. Please view the feature here.

David Gensler

February 2009 / № 8061




+ F R O N T I E R

After many months of procrastinating, it is an achievement to finally get the initial identity laid down for a very personal project. ( at least 8 months late! )

‘Charity’ is a word that most of us overlook on a daily basis, without even giving it a second thought. Maybe many of you have a charitable nature and give willingly at regular intervals to help aid and support various causes. A little goes a long way. + Frontier is not typically an ‘art’ led charity, but funds will be raised toward art equipment and learning resource. Over the past 5 years I have given art canvas works to small charity auctions to help raise money for Cancer Research, Alzheimers, Parkinsons and Children with rare or incurable diseases due to immune deficiency. Giving costs nothing.

We all know and suffer loss at some point in our lives. There are a few charities that are close to the heart that are really doing all that they can, with near 100 % of all money raised going towards aid. So in short, the reality is that anybody can do anything within their own capability to help create change on some level, no matter how big or small. This will involve actually getting off my butt, getting out there and ‘doing’, instead of simply observing.


February 2009 / № 7890


‘ Invasionism ‘ : City Museum & Art Gallery, Plymouth.

The Militant approach was put on the shelf for this visit. The opportunity to talk with visitors about the valuable historic importance of collectable works of art was a blast. Arriving at the museum early with a militant attitude, it soon wore off when I was blown away by the amount of fine art and historic items on display within the nine internal galleries. From fabric designs, to carvings and early forms of currency, japanese tsuba, archeological and anthropological interests and a huge maritime display area. There was a cabinet for showing silverware and church plates, enamel tile painting, contemporary glass designs and the Porcelain industry history of William Cookworthy.

After venturing through the natural history collection of organic detail, fossils, documents, sketches and skeletal structures, I then moved up a floor and absorbed the Cottonian collection. A vast collection of engravings and old master drawings, around seven thousand fine art prints on rotated display, large print volumes including the medieval Book of Hours.

Three things were prominent in every manner of work within the museum walls : life is art, expression is organic, and vision is boundless.

The final part of a two hour visit included initiating conversation with security and visitors out of respect, about the importance of art history and how it fits into and influences the modern era and thought, discussing media and how it plays a part in giving prominence to the past, where art sits in the future and the determination of the artist and craft… And of course the eventual slap boxing of KDU ‘Invasionism’ at key areas of interest within the Museum.


February 2009 / № 7841

Gustavo López Mañas’ showreel 2011

February 2009 / № 7839

Designer, Miranda Bennett of The Banquet and I teamed up to produce a cute simplistic editorial, with a touch of feminine elegance..  Check out my site to view more images: www.ninarobinsonphotography.com

Thank you Hana J@ Marylin

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Posted by Nina Robinson Categorized: Fashion Photography |

Nice feeling when i visited my friend Chihiro , at Lester Lee ’s studio  in Shanghai on sunday. They both asked me to perform in front of the photoshoot. Lester Lee ’s pix will be released in a book or in a gallery really soon. Here’s the first preview !


Posted by keflione Categorized: Art Fashion Photography |

February 2009 / № 7816

Videolicious, is in the Apple app store!  The app is an automated video editing application.  You pick your videos/shots, talk about them, and choose your music and then the app does all of the editing.  It works for iPhone 4/iPod Touch 4/iPad2.


Check out a video I made with the app:

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Posted by fionaaboud Categorized: Photography Tags: App iphone video |

February 2009 / № 7790

After several years in hibernation, The KDU is finally relaunching its SVSV fashion line to the general market.

The full collection, web store and physical Brooklyn boutique will launch in May.

To celebrate the upcoming launch, we have decided to release a special collaboration between SVSV and KDU founder, David Gensler and LA based KDU member, Victor Antonio.

“Traveling the world over the past two years inspired me to relaunch the brand. Seeing Victor’s work inspired me to begin shooting my own photography again and be more involved in the day to day process of art and writing. I founded the KDU with my own designs and art and it is time to return, bringing back my own vision.” – David Gensler




Victor and I collaborated for some time playing with various critical theories, philosophies, poetry and prose that we found represented the DNA of what we wanted to convey in this new collection and body of work.

“The entire SVSV brand has always been more about art than fashion and I think this reaffirms that.” – David Gensler

Please view the series here.


New Serum Versus Venom hand crafted Icon Series by KDU Core Member Daren Newman.

February 2009 / № 7683

I was on a job for the city of New York shooting an event honoring the NYPD. It was a nice event, but event photography is fairly boring and needless to say you rarely get photos you’d want to use for something else. But you always have to keep an eye open, just like any time you go out with your camera. You never know when you’ll spot something interesting, like the light hitting this construction site that I had a view of from the 12th floor.


Posted by Cole Categorized: KDU Photography |

February 2009 / № 7681

ArtDirector/Illustration: Elvis Benicio
Photography: Matheus Coutinho
Model: Juliana Telles
Agency: Juicebox


February 2009 / № 7656

Posted by chemega Categorized: Design Fashion Photography |

February 2009 / № 7650

Posted by chemega Categorized: Design Photography Print illustration |

February 2009 / № 7609


Genex is a well known italian company designing and producing custom coaxial connectors for international companies for decades now.


This stimulating Rebranding project is based on the distinctive “eye” symbol, designed to represent the two Brand key values: the company’s engineering experience and the cutting edge services provided.


The Genex Unique Design Formula included: Concept Development, Visual Identity, Corporate Image, Promotional Material, Online Experience including Advanced CMS system and Branding applications.


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