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February 2009 / № 10755


Snake Bite / Keystone Design Union / Self initiated example.

Evaluating some new communication pieces, also trying out new machine tools alongside pencil. Everything is printed to get an overall feel of any artwork. Nothing truly lives unless it is outside of the box.

The type is based on ‘Wicked Grit’. Being a fan of alternative fonts that are not widely used, it really was put to good use here.

The overall composition is as intended, an explosive force.


February 2009 / № 10747

Hello gang,
Just a little post to tell you that I’ve just updated my portfolio, with 6 professional and 7 personal works.

Hope you’ll like !



February 2009 / № 10744


LYDON/Art/Type & Elements

It is Jubillee time here in Old Blighty, and what better way to celebrate than to see John Lydon reminding us of one of the most valued, pressed vinyls to ever be released originally on A&M. Released during the Queens Silver Jubilee in 1977 to much criticism, it remains highly controversial.

The original cover artwork was completed by the serious British artist Jamie Reid. The piece above however is just for kicks.


February 2009 / № 10696
Advanced Photoshop - Advanced Photoshop

Advanced Photoshop - Advanced Photoshop

I’ve written a typography tutorial for this month Advanced Photoshop. Make sure to pick up a copy!


February 2009 / № 10682

I had a little extra time so I made a illustration of Nicki Minaj inspired by one of her newer videos, “Beez In The Trap”. It was an experimental piece for me. Played with some new ideas and techniques. Check it out.

Click for larger view.

A4 – 600 dpi

(variation 1)

(variation 2)

Which one do you like better? – justinmarquese@gmail.com

February 2009 / № 10635


Posted by elroyklee Categorized: Design Print illustration Tags: 3D |

February 2009 / № 10632

A new illustration titled “idol”. It’s my response to some social issues. (Some nudity)

17×22in (all digital – wacom tablet)

(click here for larger view)

idol by Justin Marquese

The Process

(click here for larger view)

Process of illustration
Process of illustration

More updates coming soon.

February 2009 / № 10614

Messieurs Dames x Au Courant
Americana Collection

Au Courant has reached out to Messieurs Dames and Markus J. Baier to put a luxurious touch on some of America’s classic iconic symbols. Each unique painted print is applied to Au Courant’s signature egyptian tee offered on both black and natural bodies.





Markus J. Baier
Messieurs Dames
Au Courant

February 2009 / № 10606

I released an ongoing illustration series called “1 kHz”. All illustrations will be available for sale on Tees, Prints, and other products on Society 6. Check out MY BLOG to view the entire series so far!




Posted by brisseaux Categorized: Design Fashion Print illustration |

February 2009 / № 10589
February 2009 / № 10517


Heat Sink/Stock/Print

The local efforts for Marine Biology are second to none. This includes a vast regeneration and breeding program for small organisms and aquatics, including the coelenterate and more notably, the Jelly Fish.
It really is an amazing life form that boasts an estimated species habitation here of some 600 million years or so. It has a body structure of 95% water, contains massive amounts of protein and can reproduce both sexually and asexually. The way that the Jelly Fish processes information is still today a complete mystery. We can only speculate, as we do at every observation.

Update to follow


February 2009 / № 10468


Poster composition & Print / Charity

May I draw your attention to this months posting. When looking back over the past year or so, one steady item has remained. Something that all of you could do if you spare a little time. Over 3-4 years I have raised money for various charities by donating canvas artwork, mostly of an abstract nature. Yeah ok, ‘paint splashes’, Donated for charities that resonate with health issues that family members have faced, battled, won and lost. The article here this month is charity based.

The Royal National Mission To Deep Sea Fishermen – a charity that is vital in offering emergency and welfare support to families of injured, wrecked or deceased deep sea fishermen across the UK, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. Also for those who do not know, that during 2 World Wars, Trawlermen were an independant force whilst sweeping for mines and aiding evacuations.

The piece of work here reflects what I consider to be an Ensign, which was also the name of the first Mission ship. As the first part of the donation I am also taking part in a Night Trek across rough terrain which will also help to raise vital funding.

There are currently 50 copies of this modest sized gloss stock poster for keeps, with all procedes to be given fully to the Fishermens Mission.


February 2009 / № 10427

GIMP Magazine X4 black

This is a mock cover design for an open source magazine startup project.  Read more about the cover designs at: http://steveczajka.posterous.com/gimp-magazine.

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