A couple of years back I hooked up with two local illustrators Ben Sanders and Sam Harmer to form a collaborative outfit called triiike. Initially it was a bit of fun but it has grown to be a great experimental platform for each of us.
We’re currently having an exhibition at Lamington Drive (Melbourne) of our solo and collaborative works.
So Pump up your tire’s, tuck your jeans into your socks and ride down to Lamington Drive for “The Triiike Show”.
Above: Salami Two by Ben Sanders
Above: The Gist of Star Wars by Sam Harmer
Filter017 first attempt to use laser engraving skateboards art “Razzle Dazzle Classic 2010 skateboard”. August this year in Los Angeles SK8 Cafe’s “Board out of My Mind | Skateboard Art Show” after the show, has attracted attention and asked friends, and community feedback and discussion.
Therefore, after the exhibition in the United States, specifically a small amount of custom, made available to interested persons collection, the world’s limited 20, and with a wooden skateboard get autographed limited certification card. Selling limited edition collection, sold out will no longer be produced!
Production and testing process, in order to claim the delicacy of detail and perfection of the presentation, after repeated failures and adjustments, while overcoming the technical problems, the final selection of 20 finished products, quality and integrity was amazing.
Continuing on with my love of movies here’s some new artwork for an all time classic “The Big Lebowski” released as a limited edition print. www.travisprice.com.au
“sometimes there’s a man… I won’t say a hero, ’cause, what’s a hero? But sometimes, there’s a man. And I’m talkin’ about the Dude here. Sometimes, there’s a man, well, he’s the man for his time and place.”
More after the break
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of BACK TO THE FUTURE, here is the first poster of a series of three.
This one is now available here!
This piece is about a young man trying to find his way around the big city.
Like most of us here, we are trying to find our unique voice in our artwork
amidst a sea of great artist.
Keep pushing you art and ability and anything is possible!
Here’s my latest illustration, dedicated to fixy bikes. The one above is a poster, available here. Check the rest of the post for more contents: t-shirt and free wallpapers!
I’m proud to be part of this great vector collective. It’s great to have a place to showcase great vector art and network with the best that vector art has to offer! Here are a few tidbits form my own gallery.
Added more details and outlines
I recently entered a small icon art contest for a popular fixed gear cycling blog. It was a fun drawing to work up, sketching out skulls and building the type more freeform than usual. Also i got a nice set of pedal straps that i need for a new bike i’m building. Its nice when things come together.
My buddy Ben Camberos just published a really awesome character tutorial on Vectortuts+, so I thought I’d give him a shout-out on BSV. This tutorial is available as a free download to all Tuts+ members and can also be purchased on the Tuts+ Marketplace for $3 (which is a bargain!). Sweet!
I am featured as artist of the month, Sept. 2010 at One Good Reason, anti smoke campaign site for teenagers. My design is used as a T-shirt and a poster. You can buy them at their site for very reasonable price and of course it is for good cause. My design is inspired by “dream.” When you are young, the possibilities are endless. You can choose to be anything. Let your journey begin with your dream vehicle to your dream destination.