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Archive for the ‘Computer Arts’ Category

Andreas Preis

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

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German artist Andreas Preis decided to do something with his weakness for drawing and colors. In 2004, he moved to Nuremberg to study communications design. After an internship with Springer&Jacoby in 2007 he realized that advertising wouldn’t be his favourite field of work. It was then he started to become a little bit more artistic and free. In 2009 he finished his studies and started to work as a free designer and illustrator. His illustration style is a mixture of digital and traditional art, combining hand-drawings, cross-hatching and real colours with the possibilities of Photoshop. He loves to make portraits, always trying to find some depth in his models. (more…)

Graffiti Technica (Brad Schwede)

Monday, August 9th, 2010

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Graffiti Technica is an Australian-based site that is exploring and evolving graffiti design to different types of technology and digital avenues. The site features the work of Brad Schwede a motion graphics designer who has worked in various design roles but is most heavily involved in graphics for television and online. Brad studied multimedia, majoring in design at Griffith university in Brisbane and has been working in the digital world for over 6 years now producing work for local and international clients. (more…)

Kordian Lewandowski

Friday, July 9th, 2010

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I come from Poland. In 2008, I completed my Intermedia studies at the Faculty of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk, Poland. I am involved in drawing, sculpture, computer graphics, artistic film, painting, and a bit in music. For a long time I was mostly interested in hyperrealism. My drawings based on photography and printing technology come from that period. So do my spatial “photographic sculptures” – results of the observation of a model from two static points. Currently I’m also into 3D sculptures (Zbrush) and Flash animation. (more…)

The Luxury of Protest

Monday, June 7th, 2010

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The Luxury of Protest is the design practice of Peter Crnokrak. Peter is a London-based designer who came to the field from a research career in the sciences—transitioning into design following a postdoctoral tenure in quantitative genetics at the University of Toronto. After working under the moniker ± and positions at The Apartment in New York and Nick Bell Design in London, Peter established The Luxury of Protest in 2008. (more…)

Alex Varanese

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

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From age four to 16 I lived under the iron-fisted tutelage of a clan of Kung Fu monks, studying without rest from sunup till sundown — except Thursdays, when Project Runway was on — in preparation for the day when their superhuman powers would be bestowed upon me and I would carry on their thousand-year legacy of justice, honor, and fashion-forward flare. Finally the time came, kneeling at the foot of the temple stairs, my head bowed, ready for enlightenment. After what felt like hours — but was actually like two minutes according to my iPhone — it began. “A choice awaits, my son. Drink from the red elixir and be blessed with the gift of flight, guarding the vault of heaven like the sword of god. (more…)