A couple of new digital pieces.
The mini-film follows the main character, let’s call him “The Creator”, through is travels in New York. Throughout, he plays with various light fixtures that ultimately turns into some colorful, acid version of the human form, centering on the heart. Is the light man to protect him from getting his heartbroken, as the lyrics seem to suggest? Is it a statement on living in NYC? Who knows. Either way, it’s visually stunning and a reminder of how awesome LCD Soundsystem was/is.”
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Recently hooked up for an old school style freehand cut from Andrew the Barber over at Eminence.
The man impressed me. He studied Architecture before finally settling back into his full time passion as his artistic craft.
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When the space men leave the area everyone comes out to play!
Here are a series of shirt and hoodie graphics I did for the Peter Says Denim Company a year ago for their summer collection.
This is a poster i’ve done thinking about the role of gaming
into everyday rituals of modern young men and women from nowadays.
I’ve been always playing with one console or another since i have memory,
and i realized how much this became a part of our daily routine, and i guess i wanted
to get around that subject in a fun way.
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 .
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!
The Depthcore Collective
The New York Types Letterpress Art Show runs until Jan. 5, 2012 at the ADC Gallery. This show includes the work of ten KDU Core Members: Josh Vanover, Michael Spitz, Sara Blake, Magomed Dovjenko, PJ Richardson, Daren Newman, Wesley Eggebrecht, Typozon, Pete Leonard and Amenth (THMD).
A few weeks ago I was invited by the good folks at A.K.A to join a few other awesome designers to contribute a logo graphic for their Fake I.D show case event. Here are some shots of the design process of the graphic I created and some shots of the A.K.A team putting the show together. The night turned out great and it was nice to make some new friends and get to know some awesome creatives out here in Vancouver city.