Alyson Provax Time Wasting Experiment 0007 Time Wasting Experiment 0006 Time Wasting Experiment 0008 Time Wasting Experiment 0012 Michał Dziekan Illustrator and character designer Michal Dziekan was born and raised in small town in south-western Poland. He moved to city Wroclaw where he attended Architecture on University of Technology. After three years he left school and moved to Warsaw to work in post production studio Platige Image as a concept artist and matte painter. He stayed in Platige Image from 2007 to 2011, where working on animated commercials and films he got opportunity to gain experience in such fields as vfx compositing, motion graphics animation, animation direction and directing. During that time he was developing as an illustrator and character designer. At the beginning of 2011 he moved to the creative studio Ars Thanea but half year later he decided to star working as a freelancer.
蒼山日菜オフィシャルサイト • Biography Born 1970 in Yokohama, Japan Started super fine Lacy-paper-cuttings since 2000. Currently lives and works in Ferney Volaire, France • Passion They are super fine lacy-paper-cuttings done by a simple pair of scissors. My passion is to create a finest cutoff beyond the level of the very time-consuming needle lace making. I don’t follow traditional but I am trying to create a mixture of the traditional and modern styles and to produce my own world through this super fine lacy-paper-cuttings technique. • Awards 2008 Le Grand Prix International « PAPER ART » Museum Charmey Swiss, The first prize 2007 Le Salon des Contemporains 2007 Honfleur, the Second prize 2007 Triennal Palmares du Grand Prix des Distinctions Français et Etrangers, Silver medal 2006 Le Grand Prix International M.C.A Cannes-Azur, Gold medal 2007 Le Grand Prix International M.C.A Cannes-Azur, Gold medal
Gavin Worth -- Wire Sculpture "And Light Fell On Her Face Through Heavy Darkness" is a sculpture about hope. I bent 125 steel bars by hand to create the piece, which stands over 6 feet tall. From the side, a mass of curved steel looms over the viewer like a chaotic black wave. As the viewer walks around the sculpture, the changing shapes of light between the steel bars create the sense that the sculpture is moving, until the main image of the piece suddenly emerges: a face. The face, somehow lit through the mass of darkness surrounding it, seems to effortlessly keep that same darkness at bay. Thomas Allen My career has been marked by a series of firsts—first NY show, first sold-out print, first art fair, first magazine commission, first book cover, first book, first media award, first television appearance, first appearance on the side of a building, first appearance on a rodeo ticket… This is about a recent first that came in the form of an email from AARP (just days before my 50th birthday) that had nothing to do with my impending membership eligibility. It was from Michael Wichita, Interim Director of Photography at AARP Media, inviting me to work on a print and iPad project for AARP Magazine. Seeing this as both ironic and serendipitous, I accepted. Unfortunately, due to no fault of mine, the project was killed by AARP before it got past the 3rd proofing stage. Things like this happen all of the time.
Mark Jenkins Besançon Rome Rio de Janeiro Tudela London Dublin davidcopithorne 2013 Demo Reel Motion Graphics Seascapes 3D Geometric Photography Branding Design Paper Cut Art Workshops with Nahoko Kojima Buy for yourself or as a unique gift for a loved one. When: 25.5.13 // 8.6.13 // 15.6.13Duration: 2 hoursFee: £80 (non-refundable advance) Oganiser: Solo Kojima This event has passed however you may still be able to book new dates by clicking: Paper Cut Workshop