Man-Tsun X KDU: TMRW Today
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We (The Chopping Block) just wrapped up our first exhibit design at the National Constitution Center. It is called Election Central and is focused on the upcoming 2012 elections. What makes it interesting is that it tells you who you should vote for based upon how you and the candidates line-up on the issues most important to you. Read the rest of this entry »
I would like to introduce my first ever toy design. It was quite exciting to see my 2D design turning into 3D object. Pretty Cool!!
This is my raw illustrator design before it became a toy.
these images below are from the launch party of DUDEBOX, the UK toy manufacture.
my toy is a part of blind box correcter series along with other artist’s toys. A blind box is a surprise box and you don’t know which toy you are going to get until you open it.
I have just finished 2 screen print music posters! April was pretty exciting month for me. I really like designing screen print posters because of the artistic outcome of the prints compared to digital prints. I don’t have a lot of chance designing music posters in general but all the sudden I had 2 clients almost at the same time! See if you can see how much I enjoyed designing these puppies.
This one is for Bassnectar. 2 color limited edition of 70. 18 x 24
I also designed this poster for Reptar, it’s a part of Sasquatch music festival concert. For this poster, I have different colorways for digital and screen print version. I thought it would be interesting because the poster is displayed both digitally and physically and audience can enjoy the difference. The posters were printed on beautiful black #110 heavy stock (it feels really thick in my hand) so it has nice luxury feel.
Teodoru Badiu and I have been trying to work together for a few months now, and apparently within the last week or so, was just the right time. We reviewed a few designs to render in 3D, designs that would show off my style but also give Teodoru enough artistic freedom to add his own style to the piece.
“Your Disco is Dead” seemed to be the perfect piece for that.
We are both very happy with the outcome, and I loved how Teo brought his own style to the piece.
Hopefully this is a precursor to more projects with Teo.
Full details on Behance