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.
Skull Spray Cans Tee
This time Filter017 launched two t-shirts, design style is to use elements of street culture of graffiti as a basis, which is very good at Filter017 styles of images. We use the concept of mixing, Skull Spray Cans Tee is the skull and as a combination of spray cans, is a very strange but full of interesting meaning.
Beyond Earth as seen on American Apparel Black
Robotic and human missions of exploration that extended beyond the Earth’s orbit. 23 historic missions in total (with an additional 6 separations) that are recognized for their notable achievements to various celestial bodies in our solar system with targets including the Sun, planets and their moons, comets and asteroids. Nearly every icon represents a specific robotic explorer (or series) with the exception of the Apollo program which continues to be the single human endeavor to ever go beyond the cradle.
The artist prepares for the launch of Chop Shop’s newest iconic design.
If you buy a copy we will donate $5 of every purchase to The Planetary Society. The world’s largest space-interest group dedicated to inspiring the public with the adventure and mystery of space exploration. A non-governmental organization founded in 1980, who among its founders included Carl Sagan, the author of Cosmos.
A detail of the Cassini mission at Saturn.
If you buy a copy with a membership (sorry, US residents only), we will register you as a new member for only an additional $25 (normally $37). See here for what you get as a new member.
Like Herbert West I’m creating myself an army of undead minions to do my bidding, providing my bidding consists of cluttering up my desk. Once I have a few designs I’ll be posting a download on my site and spreading the zombie virus PDF style!
Exhibition: Inkygoodness ‘Play’ Exhibition
Created to inhabit ‘My Little Playground’ a place where any children’s imagination can become reality. The first to enter are ‘The Dream Riders’. Sitting on top of their favourite ‘Spring, Swing, Rocking’ transport devices, they’re taken to worlds never seen by their eyes before. Please sit tight, and enjoy this little adventure together.
*Featured at the Inkygoodness ‘PLAY’ exhibition
Please support me, and have a look at the artwork and products below. I hope that you enjoy my creations and they can put a smile on your face.
featuring 3 Screenprints + 2 T-shirts + 1 pack of Art Prints (SHOP*)
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Thought a couple of familiar faces would be good introduction. This is one of many in my series of beheaded illustrations. To keep things short, it began as a single t-shirt design idea that didn’t go anywhere, and evolved into a short series, an expansion on that series, and subsequent side projects. The encompassing brand will hopefully produce something consumable, but until then, take a look and i hope ya’ll enjoy.
Seeing as how its Daft Punk, here are wallpaper versions for everyone to enjoy.
Quickly worked up a dark background version
These two days, to a new joint project designed to re-schedule Pattern, “Filter017 Colorful Pattern 2010″ (With the combination of the Pattern design and more and more, naming things is a headache …)
This is the first time Filter017 tried before the classic combination of full-color version of the image.
Client: Digital Arts Magazine
Project: 4 Page Tutorial on ‘collaboration’ w/ the talented Wundercloud
Discover how Stephen Chan and Andriana Katsiki combined their skills to create something that was a synthesis of their styles (in the current issue of Digital Arts Magazine | September – Autumn)
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