I recently teamed up with Pigmenti a young italian brand, for a unique t-shirt. Briefly, I tell you who is Pigmenti is a printing project with another italian team Tantemani, a training and production workshop. Pigmenti isn’t only a workshop but a space for buying, displaying and selling high-quality, hand-printed, limited edition t-shirts.
So let me show you the t-shirt that i made it. Ta da! Signor Giusto. Signor Giusto is a nice guy a good guy that approving any your choice with thumbs up!
Signor Giusto is printed on fair trade t-shirts weaved in e-cotton (150-160Gr/M2, 100% cotton, from the Aarong Project). Everyone who will make a pre-order the t-shirt, the first ten, they will receive a poster print.
A big thanks to everyone who buying this t-shirt and to Andrea and Michele, Pigmenti’s team.
“…Featuring epic ‘Space Owl’ cover artwork by Stephen Chan and interviews with Sam Gilbey, Helen Musselwhite, Tim Smith and Sam Pierpoint alongside 15 talented illustrators we’re just a little bit excited about our first double digit magazine!…” – Ammo Magazine
‘Space Owl’ travels through space and time, saving the universe on his way through, whilst working up a healthy appetite, satisfied by his love of junk foods.
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‘One For Sorrow’ is Brothers of the Stripe’s latest exhibition, hosted by the cosy Bristol based design store / gallery Something Else. Themed around the ‘Magpie’, a mysterious bird associated with a number of superstitions and European folklore.
The show features original works, limited edition prints, and a set of delicate little wooden magpie toys.
First ever POLISH VECTOR ARTISTS EXHIBITION takes place in Warsaw THIS FRIDAY (at 25th of October 2013)! Twelve great vector minds in one place – Wypieki Kultury Gallery, Stolarska street 2/4, Warsaw, Poland Start: 7.00PM. You have to be there!
‘Stephen Chan and Friends Presents’ is the first exhibition developed and curated by illustrator and graphic designer ‘Stephen Chan’ & ‘Odd One Out’ Gallery. He has drawn together 30+ creatives around the theme of Anaglyph / Red and Blue, exploring illusions and 3D effects along with a visual narrative of ‘Opposition and Harmony’. Stephen Chan and Friends brings: \\ Animations //, Surrealism and Papercraft to the table all in the vibrant setting of – Hong Kong – at the serene cafe / gallery ‘Odd One Out’
Artwork: / Link to Artwork
Bubble Friends, Cloud Commission, Mr the Beef, Mister Millerchip, Tim Cockburn, FiST, Will Scobie, Sam Peet, Patrick Schmidt, Dominic Le-Hair, Peskimo, Natsuki Otani, Tougui, Zutto, Yema Yema, ph7labs, Jessica Fortner, Sokkuan, Kuanth, Martojaks, Dan Matutina, Kristopher Ho, Stephen Chan…more TBA
Animation: / Link to Animations
Clarissa Gonzalez, Sparkle VFX, Draw and Code, Rethunk Animation, Broken Antler, Stephen Chan…
Papertoy sculpture template:
Tougui, Stephen Chan…
Chop Shop has been arranging the icons from the most popular science fiction, fantasy and horror for some time now into various compositions that usually get printed on tshirts. Now they are taking that concept into the realm of cartography. The Altered States of America will feature some of the greatest scenes from pop-culture history illustrated into a map of the USA. Examples to include: the iconic scene of “King Kong” atop New York’s Empire State Building, the final scream scene of “Body Snatchers” outside San Francisco’s City Hall, or the unforgettable scene of a devastated Statue of Liberty on a NJ beach, just to name but a few. (more…)