Collaborating with a 4-year Old One day, while my daughter was happily distracted in her own marker drawings, I decided to risk pulling out a new sketchbook I had special ordered. It had dark paper, and was perfect for adding highlights to. I had only drawn a little in it, and was anxious to try it again, but knowing our daughter’s love of art supplies, it meant that if I wasn’t sly enough, I might have to share. (Note: I’m all about kid’s crafts, but when it comes to my own art projects, I don’t like to share.) Since she was engrossed in her own project, I thought I might be able to pull it off. Ahhh, I should’ve known better.
juliandenarvaez New set of posters made for ADNEditorial Design, Illustration, Print Design2013 I had the pleasure once again of working with Folio art to produce the illustrations for this Douglas and gordon campaign. Special thanks to Chris Belson from Folio Art, for all his hard work and excellent management, and to Ellie Kingsbury also from Folio Art, for always being ready to collaborate. Drawing, Illustration2013 PAPA SANGRE It was really nice to illustrate this amazing application game in which I work with with two wonderful creative teams, Folio art and Something Else. Papa Sangre is a video game with no video. It’s a first-person thriller, done entirely in audio by an award-winning team of game designers, musicians, sound designers and developers. We’ve created an entire world using the first ever real-time 3D audio engine implemented on a handheld device—an almost impossible feat.
Cartoon Modern Illustrator Eric Sturdevant has posted some terrific Cliff Roberts illustrations on his blog Fun All Around . Roberts (1929-1996) drew these illustrations for the FORD TIMES in the late-1940s while living in Detroit. Right around the time he made these illustrations, he also began to work in animation at Detroit’s Jam Handy Organization. Gene Deitch writes more about Roberts’s early animation career in his on-line autobiography .
Architectural Columns at the Palais de Tokyo Explode into Organic Forms Recently installed at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, this gigantic Gordian Knot was constructed by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira who is known for his near complete organic transformations of interior and exterior spaces. Titled Baitogogo, the work depicts an architectural grid of columns and support beams that seem to morph into a chaotic tangle of branches or roots. Via the Palais de Tokyo: Through a kind of architectural anthropomorphism, Henrique Oliveira reveals the building’s structure. At Palais de Tokyo, he plays on the space’s existing and structuring features, prolonging and multiplying pillars in order to endow them with a vegetable and organic dimension, as though the building were coming alive. The artist draws inspiration from medical textbooks, amongst others, and particularly from studies of physical pathologies such as tumors.
Sample Art Internship Cover Letter - Sample Cover Letter in the Arts Samantha R. Gray 54 East Connecticut Avenue Ocean City, NJ, 08226 firstname.lastname@example.org (Home) (302) 333-5555 (Cell) (313) 444-6666 March 10, 20XX Ms. Cindy Smith Director of Arts Education Children’s Museum of the Arts 2002 Lafayette Street New York, NY, 20202 Barbara Cooney Barbara Cooney (August 6, 1917 – March 10, 2000) was an American writer and illustrator of more than 200 children's books, published over sixty years. She won two Caldecott Medals, which are awarded to the year's best-illustrated U.S. picture book and a National Book Award. Her books have been translated into 10 languages. For her contribution as a children's illustrator, Cooney was the U.S. nominee in 1994 for the biennial, international Hans Christian Andersen Award, the highest international recognition for creators of children's books. Life
Painting the Dramatic Moment: An Interview with Elise Schweitzer : Painting Perceptions Interview by Elana Hagler Elise Schweitzer’s full-bodied, bold, and luscious paintings caught my eye a couple of years ago and I’ve been following her work since. Elise has a wonderful mix of formal invention and playful, curious narrative in her work. Many painters I’ve seen tend to fall into the formalist camp or the narrative camp, and one of the things that I very much appreciate about Elise’s work is that she plays within both worlds and does so with confidence and a sense of visual adventure. She is deeply committed to the color relationships and shape life of a painting as well as to that art of storytelling that links her work to those poets of paintings past. Elise Schweitzer received her MFA in Painting at Indiana University Bloomington in 2009 and her BFA from University of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia in 2006.
DREAM OF THE SOFT LOOK 2013 - Jason Bard Yarmosky The Soft Look - oil on canvas 70"x88" Trick Or Treaters - oil on canvas 80"x65" private collection Sleep Walking - oil on canvas 83"x73" private collection Madame X - oil on canvas 92"x43" private collection Getting Ready, 1,2,3,4 - oil on canvas 4x 48"x72" private collections Prelude to a Kiss, triptych - oil on canvas 3 x 40"x60" private collection In Focus - oil on canvas 36"x64" private collection Shower - oil on canvas 36"x64" private collection Shave - oil on canvas 36"x64" A Shadow's Kiss - oil on canvas 36"x64" private collection Remembrance - oil on canvas 36"x64" private collection Crayons - oil on canvas 36"x64" private collection Dream of the Soft Look, Jason Bard Yarmosky’s new solo exhibition continues the artist’s exploration of the human life cycle. Yarmosky explores the tension between the physical and psychological elements of aging.
op imagen artística del día - junio «grasshoppermind op art image of the day – june Posted by grasshoppermind on June 2, 2012 Posted in: op art and geometric art. Leave a comment Tender Times by Scott C "Pollens" We are so excited to have Scott C. here at Cotton Candy Machine for his first solo show in Brooklyn! Scott's paintings have appeared in galleries and publications around the world. The Hand Drawn Typography of Greg Coultan Designer and illustrator Greg Coulton often prefers working the old fashioned way. He says in his statement, “Even when working as a designer I instinctively work out concepts and ideas using pen and paper.” While for many of us fonts and letters are something we select with a mouse and type with a keyboard, Coulton carefully constructs them by hand. His personal projects featured here show song lyrics and town names transformed into meticulously detailed illustrations.
Peter Gut Peter Gut is a Swiss typographer, illustrator and caricaturist based in Winterthur. He has collaborated for years with the weekly magazine Facts, and today works for Weltwoche, the Neue Zürcher Zeitung and the business magazine Bilanz. Gut also designs book covers and thanks to my daughter Michelle, who bought me the postcard above.