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Vlogging (inaugural)

Its sideways, I do apologize. I'll change that soon.
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Work Update: Eskimo Babe

My newest creation, aptly named "Eskimo Babe."

It's nothing more than a beautifully created objectification of gorgeous face.

Prints are available upon request.

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"The Art of DE" - A film by A. Sauvage

I came accross a pretty interesting video today. My younger sibling tweeted it from Hypebeast.

Just watch it.

Stylist Adrian Sauvage has evolved into a designer, working in collaboration with television and radio presenter George Lamb. This clip showcases the The “This is not a suit” collection which seeks to reinvent classic Savile Row stylings. Presented as an educational video of the sort often parodied on turntablism, the clip is narrated by Larry Lamb. Entitled “The art of DE” (standing for Dress Easy), this short video is elegant and often surreal. Enjoy!

via Hypbeast

Cant help but realize the similarites to "The Perfect Human"

Beauty is born, imitated, and recreated. it's beautiful all the same.


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"The No Resume" Culture

Today, my History of Graphic Design teacher, Ricardo Hernandez, verbally signed his resignation today. He said goodbye to us with a class led by his personal beliefs in getting ahead in the world through design. He solidified his mark with me with his talk of "The No Resume" culture.

I liked the idea, the idea is that if you're still showing your resume, you're doing it wrong. He spoke of the importance of having a web presence, of meeting people and creating meaningful relationships, he spoke of just generally living to be eligible for a real position. I enjoy his rants on these things because he's real. I mean he speaks passionately about design, no holds barred, and totally uncandid. But I am intrigued by this idea and I am searching the blogsphere on peoples point of view of this.

Lets start with my point of view, I don't want to speak pretentiously about the topic because I have a peeve with the idea of someone formulating opinions without knowing anything. But I want to say that I agree, wholeheartedly, because I have been trying to grow my web presence for the last 2 years. I have joined almost every social community, I have a piece of art all over the web, I have also created and left a mark on alot of my more favorite places. But I still feel unaccomplished. I feel as if it is all going unnoticed. But I do it, I do because I need to. Mahatma Ghandi said “Almost everything you do will seem insignificant, but it is important that you do it" I look at that quote with malice, but it dictates more than half my life. I never give up and I never stop. I lose sleep solely to create and work on my own public image. I work tirelessly for my craft and I want people to join in. I want people to help, I want to help, I want to create a community in itself through graphic art and it should be driven through relationships, through our social footprints, not what we look like on paper.

I want to hear more, from the community abroad. keep coming back because this is going to be ongoing.


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Latest venture

Aside from my work with my band "Leds and Smoke machines" and the "HBS" clothing, I am still ever so diligently making my works of art. I have begun on a new set of movie posters. They are of my favorite movie and they dive into the strongest human relationships the main protagonist has. It's almost as if I am finding the love in the action.

Here's a preview...


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I feel that i'm veering more into the realm of illustrative vector work... I don't think I like it as much as I thought I would. I don't think I find it challenging, nor experience provoking enough. But i'll keep at it and see what i can make out of it.

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Respective entry #1

The importance of art history is lost on the young artist of the world, but the old pretentious hearts are jaded by in their views because of this belief that history makes you stronger.

I respect and have learned of the history that graphic designs boasts. But never will I take food from another claiming that he/she is a mug because they're devoid of history. Of course that kids that doesn't know anything will have a pretty significantly harder time than the educated. But my mental is very territorial and when I am to be assimilated by a teacher to believe all he knows is all I should, I cause a stir. I guess I'm writing here to quell this issues before it becomes something else.