I get dizzy looking at these but in a good way. So how many permanent markers do you think Heike Weber used to finish these? Guesstimates being taken.
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Hey Los Angelenos/typography dorks, get inspired here. Andrew Byrom + Ed Fella + Sunook Park = MAJOR collabo. Apples & Owls says GO!
The One Show festival is currently going on in New York City (I wish I was there!), awarding the best in print, interactive, TV, and design. Some of the winners have been announced already, including the Green Pencil awarded to Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for their Help the Honey Bees campaign. Good cause, great site.
View the rest of the One Show winners here.
Other events include a sneak preview of the advertising film Art & Copy and a student exhibition of advertising and design.
It’s that time of the year again, the CSULB BFA Graphic Design peeps are having their Senior Show. The promoting itself has been well thought out. It’s going to be epic and you don’t wanna miss it. Check out the site HERE.
Apples & Owls just got back from New York but we miss it already. We barely made it to this amazing exhibit at the Guggenheim, The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 1860-1989. Pieces included paintings, video, and installations. Watch the full video here. Human Carriage by Ann Hamilton was my favorite.
Work shown: James Lee Byars, The Death of James Lee Byars, 1982/94. Gold leaf, crystals, and Plexiglas.
In the spring of 2010, downtown Los Angeles will host its first signature event - an international creative festival. Super Expo initiates a program that examines the accomplishments of today’s thinkers and creators. The festival will range from installations to guerilla shops to live performances. This is going to be epic, I’ll see you next spring.
I was supposed to go here on Friday night but I got last minute Lakers tickets (hell yes!) and ended up meeting Neil Patrick Harris (double hell yes!). Back to my point, Subliminal Projects gallery in Los Angeles is showcasing work from John Van Hamersveld. His work is classic and phenomenal, ranging from posters for the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix to murals for the Olympic Games. I recommend you check it out because I sure am.