Via: Fabrik Project
Just wanted to share with you a project I have started on my site (http://picdit.wordpress.com/)
What I want to see from the first project on the site is a photo of something obscure being thrown in the air, and then snapping a photo of it while still in elevation. I really want to see what creative minds will create, given the requirement of the project.
So, if you’ve got a minute maybe you can check out the link: http://picdit.wordpress.com/2009/01/18/project-1-%E2%99%A5-mid-air-object/
Omega Code invited 23 artists to create a series of posters that will be given for free next month.
* Illustration above made by Matthew Curry, aka, Ninja Cruise.
The idea was very well received around the design sphere that several designers wanted to contribute as well.
After receiving lots of emails about submissions, people really started to send their own stuff!
So here is the cool thing:
We are opening a Fan Art set for submissions.
Download our template and send us your art: http://tinyurl.com/7fdb7j
We’ll pick up 20 illustrations and feature them on our upcoming book.
Deadline: February 27th.
Send us your LOWRES 72 dpi.
FAN ART INFO: http://omegacode.net/fan_art.html
Up to B1 in 300 dpi
(as we may print them later)
* No need to have anything written.
HOTS: Religion, Spirituality, Noir, Mysticism, Alchemy, Tree of Life, Experimental
NOTS: Porn, Offensive Content, Violence
Whether walls or trains — graffiti need to be sprayed on solid, “real” backgrounds. Doesn’t it?
An answer to this is provided by theproject, which builds a bridge between real graffiti art and its virtual depiction.
More at Fabrik project!
Nicolas Feltron’s 2008 report http://www.feltron.com