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February 2009 / № 10026

Hey KDU friends!
I released a new version of my website today with new design, projects & content sections.

It is worth mentioning that I had the opportunity to produce some illustrations for the HBO’s show How To Make It In America, part of a promotional campaign for the Season II.

The City That Never Sleeps / KC

I invite you to check the full HTMIIA project and the other brand new content on my spaceship.

Thanks in advance for your time, and see you around!

February 2009 / № 9989



In house, hand made with a 100% recycled, high wool content.

Objective : Use good design to make an item that will last long, serving an everyday / seasonal purpose, without using substitute acrylic.

The outcome here is 3 sizes / styles of hat made for long term personal use, made with low manufactured (Dyed & treated) 10 year old spun wool to create the Atelier Beanie suitable for Man, Woman & Child. Each item has a value, density & warmth that far outweighs cheaper high street products. Original source of the recycled material was unpicked from a conditioned sweater.


February 2009 / № 9930

We are pleased to announce that Candy Black will be producing the new website for Graduate Fashion Week due for launch at the end of February.

Graduate Fashion Week

Posted by Candy Black Categorized: Design Web Tags: Graduate Fashion Week web design |

February 2009 / № 9900

Just wanted to share the redesign of my portfolio and my new design projects with my fellow KDU members!!!


Portfolio of UK Designer Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis
Portfolio of UK Designer Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis

Plymouth Prints 150 Design:

Plymouth Prints 150 Design
Plymouth Prints 150 Design

Plymouth Blitz Poster Design:

University of Plymouth Blitz
University of Plymouth Blitz

Music Is …. 3D Typography Poster:

Music Is the Arithmetic Of Sounds As Optics Is the Geometry Of Light
Music Is the Arithmetic Of Sounds As Optics Is the Geometry Of Light

February 2009 / № 9888


BUTCHERS OF BOURGEOIS - Pen, Pencil & Ink sketch time lapse. 1 minute 7 seconds – 676 frames.

Tatto flash inspired image that was specific for my first time lapse project set at 10 sec intervals.

Used here is a small wooden mock up frame for my camera/cell set at the perfect angle to get the close up shots.

Hope you enjoy the visuals here. Check out the short feature on the Toob.

Daler-Rowney, Derwent Graphite, 0.4 Fine Liner, Indian Ink.


Here is my latest work that I co directed and edited for Adidas Originals 2012 campaign for Mainland China, in collaboration with Neocha///Edge



Beijing Fixed Gear Crew:


Li Jianhong:


Zhuo Danting:

February 2009 / № 9823

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COVER BY: Unbuentipo

Paul Mcneil
Diego Bucchieri
Red Fang
The Temptations
Jack Johnson (Part 2)
Caleiah Records
City And Colour
Canvas Life: Brad Klausen
Camera Life: Summer Love

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February 2009 / № 9819

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Staf Magazine Interview

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February 2009 / № 9814


Staf Magazine by: DON PENDLETON · January 2012 Logo

Don Pendleton is an American artist whose techniques range from creating digital and hand painted artwork for his legendary body of skateboard graphics to original acrylics on canvas for gallery shows, murals, conceptual art, and installation pieces that merge linguistics with his narrative artistic vision.

His aesthetic compositions resonate from linear organic cubist creations and similarly move to more expressionist forms that deal with issues of communication in a narrative, visual context. He often incorporates references to insects, animals and ambiguous characters to complete his finished compositions. These equivocal Archetypes are in constant interaction competing for space within the linear composition of the painting creating a confluence of tension and issues of communication that is a metaphorical reflection on the state of contemporary society and culture:

“ I was always drawn to this idea of people cohabitating the same space and the conflicts that arise on a regular basis within that space. Whether it’s war or arguments or brushing shoulders or stepping on toes, there’s a consistency within the line and the space but at the same time, there’s tension and conflict and potential for fights. All of that appeals to me when breaking up the space and creating a piece. I like the tension, I like the potential for conflict that people might recognize but I also like that there are characters in there that are basically on top of each other who may look confused or perfectly at ease within the chaos.”

While the preponderance of his artwork is centered on his linear organic cubist, expressionist style, he continues to explore different new techniques to aesthetically complete each project he engages. He is currently working on several new projects for clients that encourage his growing creative repertoire of paintings, graphics, gallery shows and limited editions of silkscreen prints for worldwide exhibition. Karl Bornstein, March 5th 2011

February 2009 / № 9641


Hello KDU!

My name is Diego, illustrator, graphic designer & photographer from Spain; I go by the name of Paranoidme.
Recently joined the Keystone Design Union; I’m glad to be part of this huge & great collective.
Looking forward to keep working, creating and meet new creatives.

I invite you to check my works over the following links, thanks!:

Illustration / Graphics: paranoidme.com
Photography: diegolrodriguez.com

February 2009 / № 9639

Just dropped a big new year portfolio update on my site, 9 new projects added!



Posted by destill Categorized: Art Design Print Web illustration |

February 2009 / № 9622

First and foremost, welcome to 2012 everybody! To bring in the new year with a clean slate, we have just launched the new site for the studio filled to the brim with all kinds of new work. Please enjoy the fruits of our labor.


For the blog, we decided to try something a little different. More of an experiment in the web for us, we separated the two. Check back in the upcoming months for original content that you will only find on YouAreNotUs


With thanks from WANY / YANU

Posted by wearenotyou Categorized: Design Web |

February 2009 / № 9556

In November I went down to visit some family friends in Buenos Aires. Here are some photos from my trip there. It was a truly incredible time.









The KDU at El Casa Rosa (The Pink House) – The house of the Argentine President, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.

I didn’t want to overload the KDU site so to see more from this trip and my other work please visit my site: Cole Giordano Photography .

Posted by Cole Categorized: 27 Art KDU Photography Web |



The Depthcore Collective is proud to release it’s 43rd themed chapter exhibition, “TIME”. As we near our 10th anniversary, this seems to be an appropriate subject for us as a collective to reflect upon. Ten years have passed by, and the students and teenagers who once populated the group are gone, replaced by full time freelance artists, independent small-business owners and focused creative professionals. Finding the time (oh, the puns are endless with this theme) to create these Chapters has become increasingly difficult.

And yet, here we are, with one of our largest collections in the past few years. It certainly came together slowly—after the excitement of our presentation at OFFF, our first exhibition here in New York City, the come down from the highs of travelling and showing, and to the reality of starting over to create a new Chapter was brutal. Pieces drizzled in over the first few months, and for a little while it seemed like this theme would get the better of us. Then, all of a sudden, art started pouring in. Not just art, but really good art; the put-your-headphones-on-and-stay-up-until-one-o’clock-in-the-morning-because-you’re-excited-by-what-you’ve-seen good art. All of a sudden, the collective is buzzing with guys and girls talking about how this might turn out to be something special. More than eighty pieces later, we’re tremendously excited by what we’re putting on show today.

Our featured artist for this Chapter is Vesna Pesic, a very recent addition to the collective. Her work, with it’s unique aesthetic and collage based approach, adds a wonderful new depth to our collective aesthetic and provided a couple of the key sparks in our creative process. This Chapter also sees us welcome several new members, including artists Pavel Sabelnikov, Benjamin Mounsey, Pat Perry, Abo and Ooli from Orka Collective and musician Falinox. We’re very excited by what these unique talents bring to the table—browse “TIME” to pick out their debut pieces!

We hope you enjoy the latest Chapter of our work, and look forward to sharing more content including workshops, wallpapers and more with you over the coming weeks. Thanks for your ongoing support – we’ll be back with our 44th Chapter and a few more surprises next year. Happy Holidays to all!

Justin Maller
Creative Director
The Depthcore Collective

Posted by brisseaux Categorized: 27 Art Print Web illustration |

February 2009 / № 9540



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