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Archive for March, 2010

Valentin Fischer

Monday, March 22nd, 2010


I’ll begin my Masters in Communication Planning and Design at the HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd in April 2010, and I currently work as a freelance illustrator. I work mainly with Photoshop, using my own custom brushes and scanned textures, and sometimes I’ll use more traditional mediums as well. Even if I work mainly digitally, I try to maintain a traditional, more personal feeling to my work. I don’t like the clean and impersonal look that often comes with digital paintings. I started to paint 8 years ago; it has been a very important part of my life ever since. I need to work in an artistic way, otherwise I feel very unsatisfied and get inspired by interesting people. One thing I really need when I work is music. I’m also inspired by other artist like James Jean, Sam Weber, Andrew Hem, Glenn Bar, Joan P. A Ruas, Ivan Solyaev and a lot more. (more…)

Lee Alexander McQueen – A Thematic Retrospective

Monday, March 15th, 2010


Lee Alexander McQueen will go down in fashion history as one of the most complex, visionary and iconic designers of our time. His often unruly, always majestic designs and extravagant runway shows never failed to challenge industry norms, leaving his unmistakable mark firmly imprinted on high fashion terrain. Drawing from a diverse and colorful bouquet of inspiration such as theatre, romance, nature and futurism, McQueen’s collections carry an inherent personalized nod to both classic and contemporary styles and an inquisitive, playful exploration of the dichotomies between masculine and feminine, light and darkness, art and garment. (more…)

Jan Calleja

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010


Jan Calleja is graphic designer living in Manila, Phillipines. In his spare time Jan moonlights as a toy customizer. Having spent some time on sets for film and theater, Calleja learned the skills and technical knowledge necessary to craft scale models. It is through this experience that he now knows which materials and ideas work best. He says the feeling he gets from creating and customizing, in the way he does, is often similar to that of a child with a new possession. (more…)

Nicole Jarecz

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010


Nicole Jarecz is a 22-year-old fashion illustrator from Detroit, Michigan; currently enrolled at the College for Creative Studies, she will graduate with a BFA in Illustration during May 2010. Once graduated, Jarecz plans on moving to Paris, France to pursue a professional career as a freelance illustrator. Jarecz follows a multi-media approach to her work and describes herself as a ‘tradigital’ artist – combining traditional and digital methods in her illustrations. Most of her inspiration comes from traveling, street style, pop culture and blogging – her ultimate goal is to produce a visually pleasing and fun image for her audience. (more…)