The Go! Team - "Ladyflash"
P.S. Yes, this is the same band featured in the ad for the new PS3 game, Little Big Planet, with "Get It Together." (Also a great track, but not my personal favorite from the album.)
This website is about any and everything that sparks the creative genius in all of us. By profession I am a Graphic Designer, and enjoy all aspects of design. From traditional to urban from resin to vinyl, these are all great mediums and deserve to be explored. On top of that everything from music to movies from guns to graffiti.
I think Turney is the one that got me on to this. Oddica is a great place to get some shirts and stuff. With the holiday season coming up, seems like you can't go wrong with getting that special someone a cool tee to rock. You'll probably recognize alot of the artists as they have a great royalty program to support them as well. When I got my shirts from them, they packed it full of goodies (stickers, buttons, post cards, etc.) They also have a PDF magazine/catalog you can check out here.
I just had to post this. I'm still laughin my effin ass off!!!
From Stefan's Blog:
Now, I don't want to put any pressure on you, but I think there are stories here. And as always, I'm counting on you to tell me what's going on. For example ***spoiler alert*** what's the relationship between these two monsters? Are they a pair? A team? A couple? Master and pet? Master and student? Or did one just suddenly sidle up to the other? (Incidentally, when was the last time you had occasion to sidle?) Are there words spoken? Or grunts exchanged? Is there food involved? Or a purchase of classified microfiche? Inquiring minds want to know. Won't you please...
I just ran across this on the KR forum, and from the looks of it, it seems like it is totally gonna rock! Adriean aka item has developed and crafted many elements for this custom show based on Star Wars icons like AT-AT's and Speeders as well as other well known pieces from the Star Wars galaxy.
Here is the info from Adriean:
The show is called 'HERD' and will consist of 12 'rebooted' AT-AT's (both vintage and re-issued models). I'll also include other elements like wall mounted light boxes, pink speeders above and a few other nuggets. The show will be ready for early '09. I'm just waiting on the gallery here in Edmonton on my exact dates. From there i'm hoping to take it to Toronto and Chicago.I am totally looking forward to seeing more pics of all this stuff as time goes on, and I will be sure to post follow up news as soon as I get it about when and where this show is going to be. So be sure to check back for more info on this upcoming event!
It's not a straight-up custom show as it's being treated as my first official solo exhibit. I'm normally doing group shows with my furniture design stuff. So this is a whole new avenue for me as i've pretty well got tired of designing tables and chairs for other people.
I'll release new pics in the weeks to come, but I have nothing 'official' other than that sneak peak.
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Final from Jeffm on Vimeo.
This is a super cool motion video by Jeff Metz from the Netherlands...kinda weird...but the visuals are super cool! Check out Jeff's site or his blog for more videos, and work that he has done.