Okay okay, while I know that 1) Halloween was more than a week ago 2) This video doesn’t look like much, you gotta watch it because some high school teacher really attempted to make math class awesome & also used some really clever video art techniques in the process. WATCH IT!
Shusei Nagaoka (born in 1936) is a Japanese illustrator whose best known works were for music album cover art in the 1970s and 1980s. Some of the artists he did covers for include, ELO, Earth, Wind, and Fire, Caldera, and Pure Prairie League.
Justin Bartlett is self proclaimed black ink warlock from the grim and frostbitten ravenrealm of Southern California who enjoys thee grimm riffs, vberkvlt metals, and other dark musick, times of solitude, skulls, and scotch. He’s done work for indie (and I mean indie) bands and record labels. Pretty awesome. Here’s a quote he leaves you with: “EMBRACE VISUAL HELL!!!”
Jiro Bevis is a UK based illustrator with a huge body of work- his style seems to work for everything! I love the colors and clever concepts. Looks like a guy who knows how to have fun.
Los Angeles based artist Chadwick Gibson makes sculpture/devices that border on usability and absurdity by making the innards of various playground-use balls visible in his “Time Out Series” (can you still play tennis when your tennis balls are flipped inside out?), and combining the functionalities and inherent experiences in an elevator and a guillotine with the piece “Speed of Judgment” (mimicking a beheading followed by the sensation of floating above ones headless body).
This video was a collaboration between Terri Timely Studios and PACT. Terri Timely is the awarding-winning directing duo of Ian Kibbey and Corey Creasy.