Fresh interview with a fantastic graphic designer.
Less than 2 weeks to submit your artwork for this competition to create a huge poster to go on the front of Cordy House (pictured) central London. Winner gets £500 & 2 Bestival tix, plus their work printed on 100,000 Don’t Panic posters.
Here is an awesome 3d/2d animation showreel by the brilliant artist Matthieu Bessudo (McBess). I really like the 3d sense in his black and white 2d animations/illustrations.
This video is influenced by the movie The Forbin Project. This movie from 1970 is about the United States permanently handing over all of its defenses to an advanced computer system called Colossus, designed by Doctor Charles A. Forbin. The computer takes on a mind of its own threatening the world with the immediate launch of nuclear weapons.
The video was shot in St Augustine, FL.
Music by Clark
“A better tomorrow” teams up with ! The shirt contest starts on June 9 and will run until July 6. There is no particular theme set in stone but if you watch Nerdcore then you know his vibe consists mainly of retro comics, music, zombies, and science fiction in general. The prize is 500 € and a big feature on the Nerdcore blog, one of the largest German blogs.
Frederique Nicolau, aka Dirtlab is one of these mysterious characters, living in a remoted french village, apparently disconnected from the rest of the world, but still an incredible, creative and fresh graphic designer, all year long involved in various projects. Exhibitions, magazines, apparel, performances…his creativity has no limit!
It is with a great pleasure that the French brand Kulte is introducing his “Vision of Summer”.