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October 27, 2008

When the Day Breaks

Oscar Winning animation, 2001

'nother Graffiti (kinda) artist... Posted by Micah

We've been talking about graffiti a lot, here's Fafinette, a female (gasp!) who doesn't use much spray paint (gasp again!). Anyway, her site is here.

Malcolm Sutherland

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Check out The Tourists, a brilliant short animated film about humans on a beach by Malcolm Sutherland.

To see his galleries of animations, drawings, sketches, and abstract art go to:
http://oneiropod.com/

October 20, 2008

Animations (posted by Micah)

Here's another video done by Blu this last summer, it's larger scale and outdoors! He also has other videos listed on the right panel there...


MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.

One of the videos in class also reminded me of this artist, who did adds for Pop Tarts. Funny funny video. A little raunchy though...

October 13, 2008

I am better than your kids

By request:
http://www.thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=irule

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October 12, 2008

How about sending one of your zines to far away? | Kaamil Haider

Some of us have families in close/far states or overseas; would you then like to share your zines with your family or friends? If that's the case, then you must think twice about sending your zines by mail because, like everything in the 21st century, there is a rule otherwise be warned your zines (+spirit) will be crushed before it reaches its destination.

ZineWorld is a resourceful blog about zines, and it has limitless helpful tips and articles about zines. But the most interesting link they have is "The Zinester’s Guide to U.S. Mail." Just when we started thinking that zines are small publications unnoticed like a guppy in a big pond, they just become more interesting. I say graduate from this project but do not leave your zines unnoticed under your sophomore or junior bed and start sending it far far far away to be noticed.