This is my first post on theKDU.net! Yeah! I had a look at a few profiles and I am honored to be a part of this group as there is some amazing talent here. I look forward to working with you and creating some awesome products! Check out my gallery of works at: http://steveczajka.posterous.com
TMRW X RONANOR
A typography experiment using different hand made textures, and hand made variations of the font Century Gothic Bold. First I printed out a sheet of paper with “What Is Your Problem” in Century Gothic Bold. Then traced over the text in 20 different variants, changing the way i traced over it every time. Then I created 20 textures using different techniques. For the black and white image, I layered every trace on top of each other in order to show my tracing process and to present the extremes in a more obvious manor.
Invited by Giordano to contribute in the “What’s tee today” artist tee project together with
Michael Lau / Hong Kong + Dorophy Tang / Hong Kong + So Real Real / Hong Kong
Ronan Leung / Hong Kong + Cheuk Wan Chi / Hong Kong + Tang Yan / China
no2good / Taiwan + Kuntzel & Deygas / France + Filip Pagowski / US
Design for the exhibition “UNTITLED ENEMIES” . Idea comes from “Better an open enemies than a false friend” .
Invited by APOSTROPHE GALLERY to contribute in a silkscreen print show entitled “UNTITLED ENEMIES” together with 25 artists around the world.
Meggs (Australia), Rone (Australia), Mathias Malling Mortensen (Denmark), Michael Rytz (Denmark), Miss Lotion (Denmark), ArnaudPagés (France), Charles Glaubitz (Mexico), Foi Jurado (Mexico) Jasper Wong (Hong Kong), Nam Leung (Hong Kong), Rex Koo (Hong Kong), Computerhead (Hong Kong), Vicky Lau (Hong Kong), Innie Wong (Hong Kong), Dem (Italy), Geometric Bang (Italy), Zosen (Spain/ Argentina), Alex Purdy (US), Ryan De La Hoz(US), doodles (US), Maya Hayuk (US), Timothy Karpinski (US), Ben Allen (UK), Nicolas Ruston (UK), Pure Evil (UK)
In STYLIN’: Personal Expressions of Beauty, five artists showcase their very different works:
Installation artist and sculptor Movana Chen weaves paper into dreamy organic forms; while illustrator and makeup artist
May Sum showcases her colorful characters and the imaginary world they inhabit.
Ronan Leung, a graphic designer and illustrator, uses punchy color combinations in his quirky illustrations, and illustrator
Emily Eldridge’s fashionable characters are cheeky females with an edge.
Spanish shoe designer Hermenegildo Muxart showcases his brand of luxury shoes under his 22-year-old internationally recognized label Muxart,
while painter Wesley Terpstra explores his attraction to local Hong Kong ephemera through his stenciled abstract painting series.
Whether through one’s hairstyle or via paint on paper, beauty is indeed personal and meant to be explored.
Artists: Movana Chen (Hong Kong), Emily Eldridge (USA/Hong Kong), Ronan Leung (Hong Kong), May Sum (Hong Kong), Wesley Terpstra (USA/Hong Kong).
What is it about group sex that fascinates people so much?
Is it the delightful defiance of conventional ideas of what “rules” sexual acts should follow regarding number of participants?
Our ancient ancestors would use orgies to celebrate life, birth, spring, femininity, and other natural things.
Further back humans would have many partners to ensure the continuation of our species.
Are we supposed to get it on behind closed doors, lights out, curtains drawn?
Does it go against popular religion?
A party that Pope Alexander VI threw in 1501 was described as having “…courtesans, who danced after the dinner with the attendants and the others who were present, at first in their garments, then naked.” and “…prizes were announced for those who could perform the act most often with the courtesans…”
Perhaps people feel too self conscious to even entertain the idea that sex with an audience could be anything other than horrific?
One of our favorite “courtesans” (Definition: a well-educated and independent woman of loose morals) in the world puts it beautifully.
“there isn’t much room for judgment or close mindedness during group sex and being in a room surrounded by like minded people is liberating and sexy and really fun. because you’re not focused on “all of that shit”, everyone is there to hang “all that shit” up for the duration.”
So hang all that shit up for a moment and enjoy.
Type and details for a coming illustration about Shanghai.