Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

Tim Doyle designed a new poster for the movie 2001 A Space Odyssey for a special screening of the film at Astor Theatre in Victoria, Melbourne this past April. This hand made, 4 color screen print is signed & numbered edition of 300. The poster is available for purchase at Poster Cabaret. Visit Tim Doyle’s website to [...]

New Zealander artist Andrew Archer worked in graphic design before realizing his “design” work was actually illustration. Archer works in many mediums including editorials, advertising, web, moving picture, storyboards and more. Here are some samples of his work… Cover of the NY Observer (The bankers who brought us the great recession are still here and [...]

Oh Henry! an exhibition of new works by Nicholas Kashian will be  opening reception Thursday, May 19th from 6 to 8pm at Dead Project Gallery.  This is the first solo exhibition in New York and with the Gallery. Kashian will be presenting current paintings and collages made in Berlin where he has relocated from Chicago [...]

CLAYTON BROTHERS: INSIDE OUT EXHIBITION Clayton Brothers: Inside Out is the first major museum exhibition of the work of Rob and Christian Clayton which features their paintings and mixed-media installations. The exhibit surveys the brothers’ edgy aesthetic inspired by California skateboard and surf culture, punk rock, folk art, cartoons, and street art. Patient Girl The [...]

Artist Ricardo Cavalo fell in love with Corteo™ by Cirque du Soleil ®, so he recenetly designed this Cirque Du Soleil poster for Safewalls. He wanted to tell a main story with thousands of little stories inside the angel’s dress in millions of colors. Here is the poster below…and it is gorgeous! This poster is Limited Edition, with [...]

Logos come in all shapes and sizes. When designing a logo, one has to think of how it will look sans color and transfer over into black and white for printing. Negative space is very important, as is legibility. Color adds a whole new dimension, feel and emotional response. Designing a logo without these elements [...]

Currently running at Haines Gallery in San Francisco through June 4, 2011, is David Maisel ‘History’s Shadow’ exhibition. Bay Area artist David Maisel new photography series, highlights the dual processes of memory and excavation, which are derived from x-rays of art objects from antiquity. Maisel sourced x-rays from the archives of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, culling [...]


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