Saturday, January 29, 2011

Rich Pellegrino



Recently while looking at the work in the Gallery 1988 exhibit "Is This Thing On?" I saw some work from Rich Pellegrino. I really like his use of color and texture. Anyway he's got some great stuff you can see more here.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Illustration Friday: Chicken

I remember once, when I was a kid, we spent an afternoon climbing up and then jumping off the roof. I didn't really want to. Not because I was afraid of heights, but that I was afraid of broken bones. Peer pressure being such a persuasive tool however, I jumped.

New York Times Sketch

A Tale of Two Moralities

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

New York Times Sketch

The Real Problem With China. "For the United States, the No. 1 problem with China’s economy is probably intellectual property theft. Technology companies, for example, continue to notice Chinese government agencies downloading software updates for programs they have never bought, at least not legally"An informative article indeed.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Opening Title Sequence for "Scott Pilgrim vs the World"

I saw "Scott Pilgrim vs the World" when it came out a few months back, and I really enjoyed it. Today I read a post from Art of the Title, that has renewed my interest. Watching the opening credits once again reminded of all that the film has to offer. In the post they interviewed the director and designers behind the opening to the film. I found the shot shown above, the couch being pulled back, to be interesting considering what it took to accomplish. It was great to get some background on the credits as well and why they took the approach they did. To watch the opening click here.

New York Times Sketch

Mass Animal Deaths: An Environmental Whodunit

Friday, January 7, 2011

Illustration Friday: Deja-vu

After reading more about what deja-vu is, it became apparent that there are basically two schools of thought: Deja-vu is your brain getting things mixed up or deja-vu is something beyond what science can really explain. So which is it?

I was trying to capture that moment when you debate whether what you see is indeed something you've seen before and what it's like to remember dreams: fuzzy.

New York Times Sketch

The John Hickenlooper Exception

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

House Find #14: Royal Values



 I found an old frame and this was the paper used to cover the back of it.