Bjorks Innocence

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Dimitri Stankowicz direct this absolutely fantastic animated interpretation of ‘Bjork’s Innocence’ for Passion Pictures.

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Snowblinded Sale

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My friend and local designer artist Anthony Cozzi AKA Snowblinded is having a limited time sale on all of his prints until April 15th. I actually own the print above that was created for last years Denver Artcrank event and it is actually a silkscreen print. The use of color and the quality of the print is top notch, it looks fantastic in our studio.

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Prolific American Film Director Sidney Lumet passed away over the weekend at the age of 86. His life’s work will be remembered and enjoyed for many generations to come.

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Tim Doyle

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I have been lately completely consumed on an obsessive compulsive kick to collect Alamo Drafthouse Cinema silkscreen posters and have recently come into possession of illustrator Tim Doyle’s poster for the Astor Theator screening of Apocalypse Now Redux. After seeing Tim’s work for both Astor and the Alamo Drafthouse, I discovered a treasure trove of gig posters in Doyle’s Flickrfolio stretching way way back. I could tell you where I get my posters but afterward I would have to kill you.

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David Ope: Updates

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Animated Gif artist David Ope just continues to crank out one shot super fun images that you just cannot take your eyes off of.

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Yana Moskaluk: Updates

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Illustrator and artist Yana Moskaluk has updated with some exceptional new imagery. I’ve posted Moskaluk’s work before but was pleased to see some new things happening but if I could be so bold, I still wish the images were just a bit larger.

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Random Animated Gif

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Just stumbled across the other day somewhere in the Tumblrverse and have no clue where it came from. I thought it was awesome though and should be shared so here it is. If you know who created it, leave a comment.

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Illustrator and comic book artist Francesco Francavilla has a skilled hand at the ready to produce live, vivid and kinetic imagery of some very loved characters.

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ISE Ratinan Thaicharoen

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French illustrator ISE Ratinan Thaicharoen has had work posted on this blog before but there has been some updates lately that show an ever-evolving talent to produce beautiful hand-rendered illustrations.

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Onformative is a studio that was founded by Julia Laub and Cedric Kiefer in Berlin and focuses on generative design solutions covering various types of media and topics. In their portfolio lies some downright unusual but truly brilliant work. There are also some much larger images of their work available in their Flickrfolio.

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Tim Navis

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Tim Navis is a ‘simple dude’ who likes beautiful things and knows how to capture them through the lens of his camera. Sometimes his imagery hints at darker subtexts but there is definitely a beauty throughout his portfolio.

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Rui Ribeiro

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Portuguese graphic designer Rui Ribeiro has some clean and classic minimalist work in his portfolio that clearly isn’t afraid to use negative space.

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Bayo’s work depicts cheerless and melancholic worlds, where the main character is the psyque, as an epicenter of implosion and confrontation among the diverse layers of the subconscious level. Sometimes euphoric, sometimes epic, sometimes psychotic, his draw denotes such a trajectory where we are constantly infected with the deepest anxiety. His characters tend to avoid frontal sight, just like whoever notices contact as a mere exposition of his/her own fragility. Just as much as the arbitrariness of his forms allow us to see that he pays no devotion to the statutes of reason. His pieces travel throughout the harshness of obsessive details, the vagueness of repetition, and the sudden outbreak of movement. All of this in order to express the architecture of his emotions, with such a complexity that can’t be put as subtle.”  -Evan Rodd

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Bratislav Milenkovic: Updates

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Serbian designer Bratislav Milenkovic has recently updated his Behance-folio with some tasty new work including some nice illustration work for Computer Arts Magazine.

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Motion designer, illustrator and exceptionally imaginative Jonathan Saunders has updated with some downright gorgeous work for PSYOP. His talent is undeniable and his work shows the craft of a true artist.

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SF to Paris in 2 Minutes

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I shot a photo roughly every two miles between take-off in San Francisco and landing in Paris CDG to make this airplane time lapse.”

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Adam Spizak

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London based illustrator Adam Spizak makes some flat out crazy shi*. His use of digital illustration and what looks like potential drawings that are later treated almost as photos to produce high-energy and vividly colorful images is inspiring. You can view his work at both his Behance and personal website.

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Kenton Slash Demon – Daemon

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Darkmatters sets out to make computer like effects without the use of a computer. Deamon is a take on analogue wireframes based on Strings and nails.

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