O.K. Periodicals #6
What’s inside this BORING issue?
The magazine starts with some trivial facts; read about an officer videotaping the daily sunset instead of assigned targets; why women have sex; why Bob Geldof wrote the song ‘I Don’t Like Mondays’ after a killing spree by 16-year old girl in 1979 and about the Stationary Club, a group of people who talk about stationary items.
Wait until you see all the stunning artworks, such as the ‘Snow Blind’ photos by Matthias Heiderich. Fleur Goedendorp’s collar took a long time to make; it contains 7440 meters of paper, meat rope and knots. Andrew Miksys took intriguing photos of people being bored (sleeping, staring, waiting) in buses. Erwin Thomasse made a long stick out of 10.000 pieces of confetti! Juliette Warmenhoven made a mind blowing product design collection which shows the organic processes of growth in a poetic form.
It also has some funny, bizarre and fascinating stories. Such as ‘The Boreador’ written by Petra Kruijt. The story is about a man with no job, no girlfriend or friends, no hobbies and hates grocery shopping. That’s were the delivery girl comes in…
There are several exclusive interviews with featured artists, one of them is the famous silk-screen print artist Harmen Liemburg. He tells us about the ‘Black Current’ project (locked up in an old library browsing books for fantastic images to work with), how he works, mixes images and about silk-screen printing.
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Featuring some fashion and advertising pictures by Atton Conrad, a photographer from London. He plays with the light to create amazing effects and dress some of his models.
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If you try to look for a definition of the word “vexel” in some dictionary, you are likely to find nothing. Even spellchecker in Word underlines this word as a misspelled word. However, vexel does exist in the modern vocabulary, and this word is nothing but a derivative from two other words: “vector” and “pixel.” Vexel represents one of the modern techniques of digital illustration art, namely a pixel-based raster art, which mimics the vector graphics.
My name is Nata Metlukh. I am a freelance illustrator based in San Francisco seeking projects in editorial illustration and children’s iPad apps. I am familiar with 3D modeling, typography, hand-drawn animation, printing, and web design, which helps me in my work. I have 7-year experience as a senior graphic designer including 3-year experience as an illustrator.
Amazing and very creative typgraphy artworks by José Azevedo. I’m a brazilian art director and illustrator. I’ve started my career in Vitória (my hometown) in 2003, working for several local advertising agencies as Aquatro, Ampla and Prisma. In 2007 I’ve moved to São Paulo and had an opportunity to work for bigger clients at Luminas and Fischer+Fala!. After 2 years I came back to Vitória as a freelancer. Today I work for clients from all segments and study german in Bremen.
Creative digital artworks, photo manipulations and advertisments by Ondrej Hruby.
“Photographer Stephen Wilkes spent a minimum of ten hours taking hundreds of shots to create each one of his Day to Night. Weaving and blending thirty to fifty parts, the photo-collagist extraordinaire created seamless, surrealist scenes of New York City life.”