Proposal for Editorial Magazine. More details in my Behance Project
Graph Mob is a new inspiration blog managed by Doopla Collective and Paulo Sales that will only feature elite projects and artists from all over the world. Stay tunned.
The launch date is the 15th October.
We also have a couple of dope Free Wallpapers for your computer/iPhone/iPad.
Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Let us know what resolution your computer works in.
GraphMob team 2010
Ya puedes acercarte por tu punto habitual a por un nuevo número de la Staf, el de Octubre. En las páginas del issue cuarenta y cinco disfrutarás de artículos y entrevistas sobre: el colectivo de artistas de L.A. The 7Th Letter, Ssur, Ryan Mcginness, la Idiosyncrasia de Patrick Trefz, Zso, Tomasito, Scott Burnham, Festival Season (un fotoartículo de Nick Helderman), David Gensler, Skate In Kabul, Poweshovel, Dias de Viento y Fuego, Street Art Cookbook, Hi-Dutch, Seleka, Marc Rudolph, Alexandre Farto, Esteso… entre otros. Para este nuevo número, con el que damos la bienvenida al Otoño, hemos tenido la suerte de contar con la genial ilustradora Sara Blake * Zso que nos ha diseñado esta portada tan guapa. Además, podrás encontrar crónicas de eventos como Canela Party 2010, Bright Summer 2010, Jazzaldia 2010, Joey Cape & Tony Sly, Terral 2010, The Rise Of Rad… La seccion de boutiques y las reseñas de discos por parte de nuestros colaboradores: The Books, Red Sparowes, SSD, The National, Toundra, Mia, Nothink, Airbag, Hightone, The White Stripes, Philippe Petit, Bozzwell, Binary Audio Misfits, All Leather, Meido, Imaad Wasif… Y un montón más… ¡Que ustedes lo disfruten con salud!
The KDU Studios has 5 adorable, healthy, little kittens for adoption. Loving, life long homes are needed.
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This piece is an illustration from earlier in the year. It stands as one of my favorites for the reason that it was initially and respectfully a memorial piece. One of the more complex formats that i’ve tackled to push some personal creative boundaries. Using mainly Fireworks as the choice software to build the elements and Wacom as the choice of medium / media to test brushes and textures.
Classic menswear gets an update. The brand as blogger and
curator of cool…. Have a look.
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Our website has been up for over a month now but I havnt really posted anything on the KDU about it - feel free to check it out at www.candyblackdesign.com and www.candyblackblog.com for all the latest news on our studio. We are going strong since we opened and have loads more coming up, stay tuned for the launch of the “Candy Shop” and new projects recently completed.
Feature in issue 183 of the French magazine étapes.
One major project recently launched with Hennessy. The limited VS Flask Sleeve. These images are from the Hennessy Shop at their global headquarters in Cognac, France.
RYZ x KDU was featured in IdN Magazine’s Eco-Graphics Issue
The concept for this video was to simulate a contrast between the rugged user made animated gif graphics across the internet, and dated yet unachievable beauty advertising imagery. Add persian and arabian myspace desktop graphic influences, and the rest is history. Here are some of the designs we created to influence our animations and direction throughout the video with Maya. A link to the video can be found on our site here.
and directly at: http://www.laundrymat.tv/xxxo
Hey folks — I am really pleased to announce that I just
relaunched DiftNorm™: www.diftnorm.com
During the last half year I was working on projects for Alfa Romeo,
Illustrative, Memories Project, You Are We and a few personal projects.
I hope you like my update, make sure to have a look.
DiftNorm™ — Design & Illustration by Alexander Otto
www.diftnorm.com | The KDU Germany
In the film Glengarry Glenn Ross, the character of Blake, played by Alec Baldwin, utters an oft-quoted line following the famous ’steak knives’ scene: “A-B-C. A-Always, B-Be, C-Closing. Always be closing, always be closing.” In the context of the film, Blake repeats this mantra so as to burn it into the minds of his underperforming sales force, reminding them that their failure to sell condos and time shares will only result in termination. It’s not so much a morale booster as it is a warning to those lacking the killer instinct required in sales. But on a grander scale, Blake is talking about selling — no matter the product, no matter the price.
I was reminded of this scene while watching a new ad campaign for Coke’s energy drink, called Burn (see video after the jump). It’s a dilemma I think about often, the fact that so much of today’s creative output is subsidized by corporate dollars, and the blurry ethical line this infusion of cash can create among those tasked to produce the work — art directors, graphic designers, illustrators, photographers, animators, etc.