Limited Edition Kyle Thomas X Beautiful/Decay Shirt

beautifuldecay-shirt

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at Pool! If you came by, you’d know that we created a one of a kind collaborative t-shirt with artist Kyle Thomas to give away during the tradeshow. The shirt features a modular stacked metropolis of seemingly endless skyscrapers, with a cloud-font Beautiful Decay floating over the urban density! The shirt was printed by Jakprints. If you managed to score one of these, hang on to it, it’s sure to be a collector’s item one of these days….

Eamo

Cool comic book-y illustrations from Eamo with an all over the place, spontaneous sense of line.

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Aaron Blecha for KUR


Welcome to the World of Kur! from Aaron Blecha on Vimeo.
As usual, I have found more evidence that Scandinavians live in a clean, brightly colored world of smart design and cute concepts. Animator Aaron Blecha recently created this commercial for KUR, a Danish organic food company. What I like is that the entire animation is styled around the Kur brand seed shape (the teardrop.) This airs on TV, you guys. Our budweiser booby girl commercials look pretty bleak in comparison to this hypercolored world of dancing ants, happy crabs and record loving birds.

Aaron Blecha has some other lovely animations & illustrations as well.

Virtual Transgender Suit

Marc Owens designed the Avatar Machine, a system which replicates the aesthetics and visuals of third person gaming, allowing the user to view themselves as a virtual character in real space via a head mounted interface. 

Grand Array

Hannah Stouffer, aka Grand Array, creates some beautifully ethereal works with a nice
sense of line. A delicate and intricate sensibility hand-seeped around the edges with
fanciful hinted obsessions with the animal kingdom and the darker sides of things…

Interview: Jeremy Earheart

Acrylic sheeting, automotive paint 12 x 13 ft, dimensions variable

Acrylic sheeting, automotive paint 12 x 13 ft, dimensions variable

 

 

For his recent exhibit at Goff+Rosenthal, “The Thin Ice of Modern Life,” artist Jeremy Earheart created a stunning black light landscape of hyperspectra, fantasmagoric homages to Young America. Using hand-cut plastic, string and paint, light is a variable medium that simultaneously “activates” and transforms the works. With a visual language ranging from eagle wings, canons, even Masonic symbols—Earheart the neon signs and symbols of America’s past and present.

 

Allen Brewer

Beautiful drawings from the skillful hand of Minneapolis based illustrator Allen Brewer.

Those are some nice glands.

The Stairs of the Life of a Woman

Depressing / really hilarious animation by Angelo Plessas. You’re never really exempt from death taking the form of lightning no matter how old you are. So, fellow women, beware. Personally, I don’t even wanted to reach some of these stages. It’s nice to know though, that the highest step and maybe moral achievement is becoming a grandmother (GILF?).