Read the interview here
Back in October, Fox News host and habitual shit-stirrer, Sean Hannity took L.A. graffiti artist Saber to task over artwork created as part of Organizing for America’s “Health Care Reform Video Challenge.” In a video titled “Saber Speaks,” the L.A. graffiti writer used the American flag as a visual focal point — painting over it in brief time-lapse footage set to the beat of a hospital heart-rate monitor. (The monitor eventually flatlines, much like the current health care debate.) This, of course, provided Hannity with some much-needed filler for his program. Hannity and conservative cockblocker Michelle Malkin immediately expressed outrage. While Hannity appears to drift off into space (no doubt searching for patriotic inner strength from the music of Lee Greenwood), Malkin, of course, steals the show…
(via Annals of Americus)
Just recently revamped my portfolio with some new work. Check it!
We have been hard at work putting the final touches on the newly revamped Social Trust site, and now its live and making its way around. I can only hope that we are nearly as happy with it as Paul is, we hope you enjoy.
Finally, after couple of months of hard work and couple of sleepless nights StudioKxx is up and ready for more. Having redesigned the whole website as well as the studio’s core identity elements I uploaded a massive amount of new works and I feel like this is a fresh start for me.
Let’s Dance Everybody.
“Today, the Depthcore Collective is pleased to release our 38th exhibition, our fourth freestyle body of work creatively entitled ‘Freestyle IV’.
As more and more of our members continue to embark on creative careers, having a relaxed, unguided outlet for creativity becomes more and more important. This Chapter is comprised of the personal experimental output of our increasingly professional roster; the results are arresting in both their technical execution and the sheer amount of imagination used in their conceptualization. As so often happens during the creation of our Chapters, the artists continue to push each other harder and harder as times progresses during the creative process, with the end outcome being something we are all quite proud of.
It is also our collective pleasure (pardon the pun) to feature long time member and superlative artistic force David Mascha as our featured artist for this chapter. His beautifully unique work has been a staple of our releases for many years now, and his contributions to this collection were simply too brilliant to be ignored. Be sure to read his entertaining interview whilst browsing the chapter.
A few exciting projects are in the works; updates will be posted shortly, so we hope you enjoy this chapter and the site redesign whilst waiting! ”
The Depthcore Collective
I’m art directing Automatic eyes next album. Got lots of work to do including new logo, cd-covers, magazine ads, website, flyers, posters etc…
Last night we had about 8hour photoshoot session. Really nice photos coming up and I got all my ideas done. Even more! Photographer was a great photographer and a friend of mine Pasi Lehtinen.
iPhone photos from the session above.
Valp brings new stuff online. Illustration, web design and motion styleframes. Visit www.valpnow.com.
After a whole lot of geeky-skill-needing issues, I’ve finally re-launched my official personal portfolio with a lot of new works, some drafts and some quality pics of printed works.
Also, I decided to step it up a notch and give the über-awesome Cargo CMS a go. So far it’s been amazing. Loving it from top to bottom, so if you get a chance, be sure to apply for an account.
So, feel free to drop by the all new DiegoQuintana.com and check it out. Plus, I’d be deeply grateful if you let me know your thoughts on the site, the work, the blog or anything you feel like talking about with me at email@example.com
Después de un montón de problemas con el sitio, finalmente acabo de re-lanzar mi portafolio con varios trabajos nuevos, algunos bocetos y fotografías de uno que otro trabajo impreso.
También, decidí subirle el pelo un poco a la cosa así que probé el super-genial Cargo CMS y hasta ahora ha sido genial. Es excelente por donde se le mire, así que si tienen la oportunidad, pasen por su sitio y soliciten una cuenta.
Así que están invitados a pasar por DiegoQuintana.com y revisarla. Además, agradecería profundamente sus ideas, críticas y/o consejos, o si simplemente quieres conversar, estoy en firstname.lastname@example.org
it’s been some time since I’ve put new stuff online ( ha! ) and I think soon it’s time again.
Been working on a lot of new things, typo’s, Illustration etc for Beautiful Decay, Digital Arts, Ryan Leslie, to name a few of them.
Also everything will be served on a brand new site,including a new domain ( iammago.com )and coded in flash!!!
Here’s a little pre-promo for you! =)
I’ve just released my new site along with some new work, go take a look!
I am really happy to inform that the last couple of months were very busy here at StudioKxx. New projects for clients such as Nike and Sony Ericsson have been succesfuly delivered or have entered the final stage of production. Working 12 hours a day through 7 days a week I have also managed to completely redesign my website portfolio. All of this and much more will be a part of a StudioKxx Website Relaunch in October 09. Before this happens be sure to take a look at some of my latest works at Cargo or Krop.
This is the current look of Adambomb Tattoo Gallerie. The look and feel was directly influenced by the shop’s interior decor specifically the owner’s sculptures. The sites intent is to give the user an experience like that of being at the location. As we move further with this design it will be all about the little details. Little gears and mechanisms moving and turning. The idea being that you’ll notice little things here and there that you didn’t the first time. The same feeling you would get from visiting the shop. currently live, but still under construction i give you http://www.adambombgallerie.com.