Jiro Bevis has a section of work on his site, Fun, which seems to hold true to its title. The subjects reference popular culture, using bitmap elements to distort his digital creations. They are flat as a pancake and occupy the weird space between 2Dand 3D.
These type of images make me nostalgic for my youth — growing up with crappy computer graphics, dial up internet, AOL as a computer program… The good ole days (not really).
Roberto Calbucci, an artist and virtual designer from Italy, who is currently living in Tokyo. He uses a variety of tools to create these works, ranging from ink, pencil, oil pastel, oil color, gouache, rapidograph, spray glue, and airbrush.
I attended the overwhelming Armory Show this weekend and showing throughout the week the artists that I found interesting. Featuring the collage work of Duane Micals, very different than his other work, I enjoy the play of color and solemn vintage photographs.
Colors magazine, is the only magazine I subscribe to. This magazine has the most interesting design, imagery and subject matter that inspire me the most. So much so that I’ve been trying to get the Colors Magazine Fellowship in Treviso, Italy. Originally created and managed by design legend Tibor Kalman.