(by Perry Rowe)
A set of illustations in a style that relates to the initial stages of my drawing process.
Whenever I begin a drawing, I always block in basic/ overall shapes of a subject, then continue refining and adding detail. These illustrations are based on the initial blocking stages which includes analysing angles of the shape to create the overall form. Every angle within each of these illustrations are matched.
The experimentation of cutting out each part and painting then seperately like a jigsaw created a nice texture to the illustrations.
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(by Tré Seals)
I unveil to you, Unveil—a unique display typeface!
Made out of Futura and alot of illustration, this font is perfect for a variety of applications. It’s for that suprise party / baby shower / block party invitation you’re working on. For those magazine spreads that require a special drop cap. For that unique ‘Coming Soon’ poster. Use it for a logo or a t-shirt design. Use it as you like. This vector font comes in five different styles that allow you to layer them any way you see fit.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Enjoy!
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(by Gabriel Figueiredo)
I was invited by Pedro Lázaro to participate on a collaborative stand for the Winter 2014 edition of the Minas Trend Preview. With the idea of integrating fashion and industry, people from different backgrounds were invited in order to approach the problem from all sorts of perspectives. The team consisted of Juliana Scucato, Mary Arantes, Fred Duarte, Alexandre Rousset, Karen Piroli and Agnes Farkasvölgyi and I.
Having the ‘ice-cream industry’ as our partner for the project, we started to think about the best way to develop it. Taking advantage of the event’s season, we decided to tackle one of the industry’s biggest problems: selling ice-cream during the winter.
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