Hulkamania from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.
Origin II from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.
Bathtub V from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.
Looking at tilt shift pictures are one thing, but watching it on video is a whole new beast, and the videos that Keith Loutit makes are the best around. I have been keeping my eye out on his Vimeo site for some time now and posted some a while back (HERE) but this new batch is just amazing. Just an FYI, the way these are shot makes everything look like they are models/fake...this is real world film footage, and not models, keep that in mind while watching these!
Monday, December 7, 2009
Urban vinyl artist, Dylan Sisson, has joined up Yipe Software to bring his vinyl character, Idle Hands, into the zany world of Yipe! Mr. Sisson's Idle Hands, is the ultimate bad guy ... and is responsible for creating all sorts of world-jeopardizing problems. Artist, Dylan Sisson, has created all the art for the game, from Idle Hands himself, to the monsters, to even the grass tiles ... creating a game with a unique visual look.
This indie project is the result of collaboration between an artist, a game designer, and a musician. The first chapter of "Yipe! 5" is available NOW for the iphone, so get a copy of it HERE, and let me know what you think!
About Dylan Sisson
About Yipe! Software
Use this coupon (discount code: save santa) for 15% off your order in the Delicious Drips store. With every order you can also pick a FREE blind box toy of your choice (2.5” and smaller). After you complete your order, email your wish for a blind box toy to email@example.com. Offer expired DECEMBER 20th Midnight (Last day for X-Mas shipments!!)
Helena Garcia among some of the graff canvases and figurative illustrations. Room 3 featured a full bar and the live painting duet of Sket-One and kaNO. If you stopped to watch the artists do their thing, your eyes might have been distracted by the transparent wall into Room 4 where a handful of topless women and men were having their bodies adorned with paint...
Multiversal featured the full work of the Feminality show, plus a whole bunch more. There was a lot going on here. You could look at it on the whole as being a tad over the top (girls were dancing with silks in the entryway) or exactly the kind of atmosphere that was needed to contrast the precise and precious pretentiousness of some of the other Art Basel affairs. Precious, this was not. For better or for worse, emerging and established artists shared space on table-cloth covered card tables, and canvases competed for eyes with black and white portraits of American Legion heroes. Most people felt this was a nice antidote to the art scenesters they'd been encountering throughout the day. I even witnessed Mr. Franco drop the price of a piece so substantially as to entirely negate his commission when a fan couldn't afford the asking amount. When's the last time you saw that happen in a proper gallery?
Unfortunately, the huge undertaking had to be taken down Sunday, so all that exists of the awesome feat are pictures, memories and no doubt A TON of sweat equity. Multiversal 2? Be sure to CLICK THROUGH for a full photo slide show from the whole event!
This set features some EPIC customs, including one of Are-Jay's first customs, and Dr.Mugg's very first custom. Please loosen your purse-strings to help a good cause, and take home some awesome customs for your effort!
As advertised, 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards site costs. Mugglab first and foremost is a site dedicated to showcasing custom mighty muggs, helping to direct interested collectors or admirers to customizers for over a year now. It is run solely by Dr.Mugg, and what started as a fun project has turned into a HUGE undertaking.
Scott Zillner; the next in a series of (ATC) art toy collectible figures scheduled to launch at San Diego Comic Tron 2010. I am thourougly impressed that MINDstyle is going to be making these into actual production figures... they will be amazing!
Javier Soto. Look for this haunting new interpretation, Halloween 2010. How cool is this going to be, hopefully they are able to hold true to the quality that each artist put into their customs!
The emergence of Toy Art exploding onto the world retina has attracted some of the pre-eminent subway tag writers from the 'golden age' to join toy artists in the creation of perfectly faithful scale models of the NY subway trains of this era. COPE 2, GHOST, TKID, EWOKONE and SUCKLORD have created 13 inch hand-painted versions of their masterpieces, some of which heretofore, only survived in photographs. These are original works of art that have found an enduring platform, faithful scale models of the NY subway trains of this era. They are joined by 'Subway Art-ifacts' including the hand-tagged and vibrant, widely collected, authentic NYCTA subway maps of COPE 2 and 'track work' signs of GHOST (stripped from the bowels of NY).
Also offered is Bob Conge's glowing 'embraceable caution', the Indian Point Nuclear 'mascot' from his Night Gamer series rendered in a soft mauve vinyl with an exposed lighted reactor brain. Bob's particularly vast wasteland of imagination aided and abetted like the worst of criminals by an overactive, born-again type need to create and replete with talents that scare the uninitiated and thrill the connoisseur have produced just for this NEW YORK E-X-P-O-S-E a most mischievous-looking one of a kind gremlin.
Check out the "NEW YORK NEW YORK" auction catalogue at www.phillipsdepury.com - the toys are in the 'caboose'."
"King of Clubs" includes: Custom Figure, Stand and Wall backdrop (original art print), Visor Cap, Golf Club, Mini King of clubs card, Spray can and Bling.
"HomeRun" includes: Custom Figure, Stand and Wall backdrop (oiginal art print), Baseball Cap, Wooden Baseball bat, Spray can and some Bling.
"Kid Wicket" includes: Custom Figure, Stand and Wall backdrop (original art print), Beanie, Cricket bat, Headphones, Large Clock and a spray can.
Art Basel was this past weekend, so look forward to some posts about it here in the near future, but to satisfy those cravings, above are some really cool videos shot and made by Aleloop.com. The first being in real time, and the second is a time lapse, featuring artists Tara McPherson & Buff Monster collaborating "live" for the Multiversal group art show, really cool!
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Money does go back to the artist and after today, this t-shirt will be Gone FOREVER! Today artist earns $1 for every tee sold. So make sure you get over there if yer diggin the design!
Right now, please meet Monsters 49a and 49b. Despite their somewhat dire dental situation they seem happy. Too happy, perhaps. There is something a bit unsettling about them. I can't quite put my finger on it. What do you think these two are up to? Are they scheming? Dreaming? Merely beaming? Are they, perhaps, pulling each others finger just out of frame? Or do I have them all wrong? Are they discussing the latest advances in nuclear physics---a subject of which they may have personal experience? I know you have a theory! Will you please let us know about it?