NoseGo is a Philadelphia-based artist with a passion for illustration and media arts. He mixes fine art with a contemporary style to deliver highly energetic work. His designs feature an assemblage of patterns, vibrant colors and characters derived from his imagination and his surrounding environment.
Rafael Gallur (born 10 December 1948; age 68) is a Mexican comic book artist. He began his career in Mexico working for the newpaper La Prensa. He moved on to work for Edar and EJEA working on the interior art for a number of comic books. Eventually, he began focusing on cover paintings. He also worked for Ghetto Librettos in Mexico as an illustrator of their Mexican pulp comic series.
Flix is an author and a Berlin draftsman of comic strips. His real name is Felix Görmann, he was born on October 16th, 1976 to Münster and studied the design to the school of art Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Saar in Saarbrücken then in Escola Massana in Barcelona.
jazz-images-home-logo Jean Pierre Leloir was the most important photographer covering France’s musical scene during the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Hard work and talent made an explosive combination: he did an in-depth coverage of the artists on stage and also built a unique body of work capturing them on their intimacy. To pay homage to Leloir’s work, Jazz Images has selected the most important classic jazz albums to match with his visual genius. The result is this groundbreaking collection consisting of 50 LPs and 50 CDs, beautifully presented all in fold open editions, showcasing the photographer’s work as the common denominator.
Joe Pugliese is a native of California and has plied his craft across multiple photographic platforms before settling on his true love, which is photographing people. He has had the privilege to meet and photograph scientists, authors, performers of every type, creative geniuses, and everyday people who have something fascinating to say. He lives in Los Angeles and travels extensively.
Marty Two Bulls Sr. Artist, Painter, Illustrator, sculptor, jeweler, Designer, and Native American Cartoonist
Marty Two Bulls Sr. is an Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Spanning a twenty-nine year career Marty has worked in the commercial design sector in television, print technologies, daily newspapers and new media. Working as graphic editor for two daily newspapers he also produced weekly editorial cartoons for Indian Country Today since 2001. Two Bulls was awarded the 2012 Sigma Delta Chi award from the Society of Professional Journalists for his ICT editorial cartoons.
Ernest “ZACH” Zacharevic is a Lithuanian-born artist combining fine art techniques with a passion for creating art outdoors. Experimentation lies at the heart of Ernest's style, with the only constant being the dedication to his ever-changing concepts. With ideas leading the way, he removes the restriction of artistic boundaries, moving freely between the disciplines of oil painting, stencil and spray, installation and sculpture; producing dynamic compositions both inside and outside of the gallery space. In the public realm, Ernest is interested in the interaction of murals and the urban landscape, with concepts arising as part of a spontaneous response to the environment, the community and culture.
The bike is about so much more than transportation or environmentalism or physical fitness. It's about bringing the element of magic into our communities. You can't ride a bike and not be part of a community. Rock The Bike hope that their inventions and outreach efforts help more people experience this magic.
Cineuropa is the first European portal dedicated to cinema and audiovisual in 4 languages. With daily news, interviews, data bases, in-depth investigations into the audiovisual industry, Cineuropa aims at promoting the European film industry throughout the world. Welcome to a platform where professionals can meet and exchange information and ideas.
Since December 2008 combining Jazz, Funk and Rock, we create our own sound closed tied to the Blaxploitation Sound of the seventies, that we named Hot Funk. We could present this style in the most well-known clubs, cicles and festivals of jazz and funk of Buenos Aires.
performed and interpreted almost in its exclusivity by african-americans, in which they were described. Most of the attitudes and enviroments related to the world of the illicit businesses, sex and violence inside the american cities. This thematics were in many cases produced with a strong resentment for the racism, prevailing in large part of the u.s. territory. The blaxpoitation emerged. Prostitutes and pimps, drug traffikers or corrupt detectives became main characters in films in which the seventies aesthetics shone in all its splendour: Shirts with large collars, oxford trousers and platform shoes, all that adorned with funk, disco, jazz and soul music.
Each year, iF International Forum Design GmbH organizes one of the world's most celebrated and valued design competitions: the iF DESIGN AWARD. Recognized as a symbol of design excellence around the world, the iF DESIGN AWARD welcomes over 5,000 submissions from 70 countries every year.
1953: Germany was still struggling to overcome the impact of the Second World War, at home and abroad. A group of industry representatives led by Philip Rosenthal met with the Hannover Trade Fair company (Hannover Messe). Their aim was to draw attention to particularly well-designed industrial products. In doing so, they wanted to communicate the importance of design and all it can achieve: for users, for brands and for societies. A new image for German products began to take shape. Fitting then that the resulting association was first known as 'Die gute Industrieform e.V.’ (Good Industrial Form). The name Industrie Forum (or iF for short) came later. This was the start of a symbol of design excellence that is recognized to this day – the iF logo. As the original movement looked back to the Bauhaus and its concept of ‘good form’ – a combination of ethical and aesthetic qualities – so too the iF DESIGN AWARD has long become a symbol for excellent form, for aesthetic quality, and for user-focused, ergonomic and efficient design in all disciplines, by companies around the world.
Demilked is a design milking magazine. They milk the world\'s most creative minds and make you tasty inspiration cocktails by mixing industrial design, technology, concepts, advertising and a little bit of web design.
Hanson Robotics creates amazingly expressive and lifelike robots that build trusted and engaging relationships with people through conversation. Our robots teach, serve, entertain, and will in time come to truly understand and care about humans. We aim to create a better future for humanity by infusing artificial intelligence with kindness and empathy, cultivated through meaningful interactions between our robots and the individuals whose lives they touch. We envision that through symbiotic partnership with us, our robots will eventually evolve to become super intelligent genius machines that can help us solve the most challenging problems we face here in the world.
Cardiff Castle is one of Wales’ leading heritage attractions and a site of international significance. Located within beautiful parklands at the heart of the capital, Cardiff Castle’s walls and fairytale towers conceal 2,000 years of history.
Following the death of the 4th Marquess of Bute, the family decided to give the Castle and much of its parkland to the city of Cardiff. For 25 years, the Castle was home to the National College of Music and Drama and since 1974 has become one of Wales’ most popular visitor attractions.
Sean E Avery is a teacher, writer-illustrator, sculptor and designer born in South Africa; living in Perth, Western Australia. He is a passionate Year One teacher at Challis Community Primary School in Armadale where his students don’t believe him anymore when he promises them that the picture book he’s about to read them will be the best one they’ve ever heard — they hear it every week. Sean’s first picture book with Fremantle Press, All Monkeys Love Bananas, is in its third print run and has been a hit with children in Australia, The Middle East and Asia. His second book, Harold and Grace, was recently released and has become an excellent teaching resource for the Year Two science focus of metamorphosis. He has a playful way with words, an energetic illustration style and a modern, clean eye for design. Internationally, Sean is best known for his animal sculptures made from electronic waste — particularly those made from discarded CD’s and DVD’s. Photos of Sean’s sculptures have featured in print and screen publications all around the world and many galleries and private collectors have commissioned him to build unusual and exciting pieces for them. Sean is curious, enthusiastic and ready to work hard for the things he believes in.
Animation Magazine is an American print magazine and website covering the animation industry and education, as well as visual effects. The print magazine is published 10 times a year in the United States. Contents 1 History and profile
Animation Magazine was founded by Terry Thoren in 1985. The print edition is published 10 times a year in the United States. Editorial covers all forms of animation: 2D animation, 3D for animation and visual effects, and stop-motion. A digital version was created in 2006. It also published a daily weekday newsletter
Indi is looking to uncover the next big talent to take the world by storm! Anyone who can record their passion on video and captivate an audience with their skill and charisma can win prizes and fame on Indi. The Indi platform is dedicated to performers who have a serious passion and viewers who want to watch great content and be part of discovering tomorrow’s stars. Indi is most interested in finding dynamic personalities that will shine on video with little editing help. Contestants are encouraged to enter using a mobile device, a great idea and a tone of enthusiasm and energy. To enter contestants must find an Indi challenge, record their performance, and then encourage friends to vote. The performer with the most votes will win prizes and Indi fame! Find a challenge today and become the next Indi star tomorrow!
A byproduct of the mid-nineties and new millennium activism, ABCNT was created to inspire attitudes toward consciousness. Created by a super secret, kick ass artist who flows his medium from street art to music, DJ Abcntmnded is a self-proclaimed sociopolitical activist with an anarchist state of mind. From badazz, misfit graphics with a contemporary art feel, this line is about being cutting edge while giving our dolls a voice.
Firooz Zahedi (born 1949) is an American photographer of Iranian descent.
Firooz Zahedi was born in Tehran, Iran in 1949. His family moved to England where he received his secondary education. In 1969 he came to the US to attend Georgetown University in Washington DC. After graduating with a degree in Foreign Service in 1973, he served briefly as a diplomat for the former government of Iran but resigned to go to the Corcoran School of Art from which he received a degree in visual communication in 1976. Whilst at art school he began photographing for Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine and served as its Washington DC correspondent. In May 1976 he met and became friends with Elizabeth Taylor and soon after they traveled together to Iran. The photographs from that trip, which included the actress dressed in local tribal costumes, alongside portraits he took of her on the set of “A little Night Music” in Vienna became the subject of the cover story of Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine in October 1976. In 1978 he accompanied Elizabeth Taylor to Hollywood as her personal photographer on the set of the film “Return Engagement”. He settled in Los Angeles to pursue his photographic career. He subsequently moved to Los Angeles, and started his professional career as a photographer.
Homepage of illustrator, designer and cartoonist Ian David Marsden. Designer of the first Google Doodles. Advertising and Business illustration, Portfolio.
Born in New York City, NY Zürich, Switzerland: Primary School and Literargymnasium Rämibühl, Vorkurs Formen + Farben Art School, apprenticeship as graphic artist in local advertising agency. First published cartoons age 16 in Swiss satirical magazine Nebelspalter (youngest ever Nebelspalter cartoonist) followed by publications in many Swiss and European magazines.
Matthias has been tinkering in woodworking since he was a child, with unrestricted access to his father's workshop, permitted to use power tools unsupervised from a young age (which would make most parents cringe these days).
During his engineering work at Canadian-based Research in Motion, he continued building wooden contraptions as a hobby, eventually adding a woodworking component to his personal website. "I noticed it was doing well, so I decided to expand on that a bit and make a separate website. It's grown quite a bit since," he said. In fact, it's grown so much that he "retired" from his work at RIM to focus on his passion. "It's a good way to pass the time, and it's satisfying to have an audience." All of Matthias' creations arise from his home workshop, and when it comes to birthing ideas, not everything is instantly conceptualized.
"Usually, it's scratching an itch. Most designs gestate for a long time before I even sketch anything on paper. That is, I keep thinking about the problem and how it could be solved before I actually start. The pantorouter was unusual in that I made a major design change as I was experimenting. Usually, I have the concept pretty much worked out in advance." If he's trying out a new concept, he starts with wood. If it's something he's certain will work, he goes straight to making a CAD model. But a lot of his work is actually improved versions of his previous work.
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