February 27, 2009

Ilustrations by Jason Levesque aka the Stuntkid

Check out these beautiful illustrations by Jason Levesque, these are very immaculate works of art. If you have'nt noticed by now Jason Levesque likes girls he has a whole illustration book called Girls Are Pretty just like jason i like girls myself, but he can draw them even better.
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Street Art by Edgar Muller

This is not real i repeat this is not REAL. But it looks like something you should avoid falling into. This large size realistic 3D imagery is street art made by Edgar Muller.

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February 26, 2009

Young Jeezy X Belvedere "Circulate" by Terry Richardson

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Informal Introduction

Normally you would see an introduction at the beginning of the page, but no not me i just started posting as soon as i created this blog. but enough of with the mindless rambling let me tell you a little about myself i'm an emerging graphic designer/artist, trying to come up in the world. This blog was created to bring you into the depths of my creative mind, by showing you things i'm into artistically and that also inspires with a little piece of my world.

February 25, 2009

Universal Everything Exhibits Forever at Victoria & Albert Museum

London one of the art capitals of the world.I really should be there to see this right now. looks like something to be experienced.Try to visualize a giant windows media player equlalizer but with an artisic curve to it and you get FOREVER.
The Victoria & Albert Museum presents Forever. Floating above the pond within the John Madejski Garden, a large videowall installation of endless animations responding to an ever changing soundtrack. The bespoke generative design system at the heart of Forever will spawn unique audio-visual films everyday, forever.

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February 23, 2009

KAWS "The Long Way Home"

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The Honor Fraser Gallery in Los Angeles played a major role in tonight’s showcase of New Jersey native KAWS. The highly appraised artist showcased his mastery of the superflat style with a medley of new works including a life-sized Chum character and a wide assortment of large scale paintings. Packed with lines around the block, the exhibition signified KAWS’ mass influence within the contemporary art world, shining a new guiding light onto the genre.

Illustrations by Matthew Hollings

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February 22, 2009

Kid CuDi - Day 'N' Nite

ART 101

Took me several hours too complete this but im finally finish, it takes time to create perfection. I guess you can compare this collage to my blog, just an accumulation of things that im interested in. When you look at my work or read my blog I don't have to leave my signiture because the work is my signiture. you get the feeling of me from my work even though you havent met me before.

Enter The Dragon

I'm sitting here watching T.V. and what do you know the best martial arts movie of all time is on, ENTER THE DRAGON. I remember watching this movie almost every other day when i was younger i basically grew up on this movie. R.I.P. Bruce Lee he died six days before the movie was released.
Enter the Dragon or The Deadly Three, which was originally titled Blood and Steel is a 1973 American martial arts film directed by Robert Clouse; starring martial artist Bruce Lee, John Saxon and Jim Kelly. It is the last completed film Bruce Lee was in before he died. It was the first kung fu film to have been made by a major Hollywood studio. The film is largely set in Hong Kong. The finished version of this film was significantly different from the original screenplay drafts as Bruce Lee revised much of the script himself, he also written and directed the film's opening Shaolin Temple fight sequence. Lee wanted to use the film as a way for expressing what he saw as the beauty of his Chinese culture, rather than it being just another action movie.

February 21, 2009


KAWS was born as Brian Donnelly, he graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York with a BFA in illustration in 1996. After he graduated, KAWS briefly worked for Disney as a freelance animator painting backgrounds. He also contributed to the animated series 101 Dalmatians, Daria and Doug. He began his career as a graffiti artist growing up in Jersey City, New Jersey. Later, he moved to New York City in the 1990s, KAWS started creating imagery on billboards, bus shelters and phone booth advertisements.

These reworked advertisements were at first left alone, lasting for up to several months, but as KAWS’ popularity grew, the ads became increasingly sought after. In addition to New York, KAWS has done work in Paris, London, Berlin, and Tokyo. In the late 90s, KAWS began to design and produce limited edition vinyl toys, "an instant hit with the global art toy-collecting community," especially in Japan, where this genre is well respected and widespread. More toys and later clothing were made for Original Fake, a recent collaborative store with Medicom Toy, in the Aoyama district of Tokyo where an original limited edition product is released each week. KAWS has also participated in other commercial collaborations with Nigo for A Bathing Ape, Jun “Jonio” Takahashi for Undercover, snowboard projects with Burton, and sneakers with Nike and Vans. His most recent collaboration was with Comme des Garçons. KAWS’ acrylic paintings and sculpture have many repeating images, all meant to be universally understood, surpassing languages and cultures.
One of KAWS' early series, Package Paintings, was made in 2000. This series, entitled The Kimpsons, subverted the famous American cartoon, The Simpsons. KAWS explains that he "found it weird how infused a cartoon could become in people's lives; the impact it could have, compared to regular politics." also, KAWS has reworked other familiar icons such as Mickey Mouse, the Michelin Man, and the Smurfs. KAWS has successfully blurred the line between fine art and mass-produced merchandise. He uses his products to allow his imagery to reach a larger audience than that of the fine art world. The artist is currently an member in both the commercial and fine art communities. Recent solo exhibitions include OriginalFake at the Bape Gallery in Tokyo (2003) and Tokyo First at Parco Gallery in Tokyo (2001). KAWS has been periodically showing both paintings and products at Colette in Paris since 1999. His work is included in the traveling exhibition Beautiful Losers, which started at the Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center and will be traveling through 2009 throughout the US and Europe.

Kanye West Ft. Kid Cudi - Welcome To Heartbreak

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Retro Reality

Quentin Tarantino Presents: Hero

I can always appreciate a good Tarantino film, and this one by far has to be one of his best pieces of work presented by him yet. If you are into a good martial arts flick i would advise you to go rent or buy this movie immediately.Hero is a 2002 Chinese martial arts film, directed by Zhang Yimou. Starring Jet Li as the nameless protagonist, the movie is loosely based on the legendary Jing Ke.A group of assassins: Flying Snow (Maggie Cheung), Broken Sword (Tony Leung Chiu-Wai), and Long Sky (Donnie Yen), have sworn to kill the King of Qin(Chen Daoming), and Nameless Jet Li comes to the royal capital to claim the reward offered for their defeat. The movie tells the story of his conversation with the King of Qin, and through a series of flashbacks depicts the journey he took to earn the honor of sitting before the emperor. Zhang Ziyi stars as Broken Sword's servant Moon . Hero was first released in China on October 24, 2002. At that time, it was both the most expensive and the highest-grossing motion picture in Chinese film history. Miramax Films owned the American market distribution rights, but had delayed the release of the film for nearly two years. It was finally presented by Quentin Tarantino to American theaters on August 27, 2004.

Happy Belated Kurt Cobain (Feb 20,1967 - Apr 5, 1994)

Kurt Cobain (February 20, 1967 – c. April 5, 1994) was an musician who was a lead singer, guitarist, songwriter and frontman for the band Nirvana. With the lead single "Smells Like Teen Spirit" from Nirvana's second album Nevermind (1991), Nirvana entered into the mainstream, bringing along with them a subgenre of alternative rock called grunge. Other Seattle grunge bands such as Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden also gained popularity, and, as a result, alternative rock became a dominant genre on radio and music television in the United States during the early-to-middle 90s.
As Nirvana's frontman, Cobain found himself referred to in the media as the "spokesman of a generation", with Nirvana serving as the "flagship band" of "Generation X". Cobain was uncomfortable with the attention and placed his focus on the band's music, believing the band's message and artistic vision to have been misinterpreted by the public, challenging the band's audience with its third studio album In Utero (1993). During the last years of his life, Cobain struggled with drug addiction and the media pressures surrounding him and his wife Courtney Love. On April 8, 1994, Cobain was found dead at his home in Seattle, the victim of what is officially ruled a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the head. In years following, the circumstances of his death have become a topic of fascination and debate.

Art in the form of a Video Game: Street Fighter IV

Its a late nite, and the only thing that is on my mind is the classic feeling of gameplay that i get when playing Street Fighter IV. Takes me back to my childhood when i would spend hours and lord knows how many Continues trying to beat Street Fighter II. But this time around it feels the same with a newer touch. The visuals of this game are amazing and will keep your eyes intrigued by the character designs to the background visuals.