She’s baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! Laura Tallardy, our resident app guru, is proud to announce her latest creation, “Flower Fairies Ballet.” This is her second collaboration with developer Scott Adelman, and her fifth app overall – color us impressed, this young lady is simply unstoppable. Congratulations, Laura!
Those familiar with her work are surely acquainted with how darling her illustrations can be. So when the illustrator herself says that this latest work is “probably the cutest- lots of fairies, rainbows, flowers, confetti and sparkles in this one,” you know it’s going to be extra special!
Click here for a link to download 4 puzzles for free, and you can take a look at these adorable little ladies in action by clicking here.
It is so exciting to see one’s work in motion for the first time, and we are very proud of Carlo Stanga who just sent over his very first animated piece. Way to go, Carlo! His clean linework and distinct vision enable this campaign to really grab the viewer, and we hope that the producers are pleased with how nicely it turned out.
Please oooh and aaah with us and take a peek here.
Image by Carlo Stanga:
Don Kilpatrick and his fabulous “Little Buffalo Press” has been featured on Etsy’s blog! For those of you unfamiliar with this wonderful site, it offers a smorgasbord of beautiful handmade goodies from independent designers and artists. It is also where a startling number of the blogmistress’s paychecks go.
If you haven’t seen the awesome film about Don’s process yet, it’s worth checking out. All you have to do is click here.
Sally Vitsky’s multidimensional paper sculpture has been used to awesome effect by Andrew Wahlquist at the Los Angeles Times to advertise their (tasty looking) Celebration of Food & Wine.
Created for print and television, it is incredible how the various elements have been manipulated to create this beautiful campaign for such different plastforms.
You can take a look at the commercial here.
You may already be familiar with the imagery that results from Don Kilpatrick’s awesome letterpress technique, but have you ever really watched the process?
A former student, Nick Ferguson, recently shot this fascinating video of the artist in action. Take a look here.
We are accustomed to seeing illustration everywhere, but we were so excited when Kurt Vargo shared his great cameo moment with us. Kurt and his wife, Marci, were among a thousand respondents to LEGALZOOM with an online testimonial involving the simplicity of making out a will. And they won! The Vargos were flown to Hollywood for aÂ 6 day commercial shoot and the entire set was created from aspects of Kurt’s illustrations. Take a look…it is really cool.
Morgan Gaynin Inc proudly represented Kurt Vargo for many years. He and his family live in Savannah where he is an integral part of the teaching staff at Savannah College of Art and Design.
And on a practical note, check out LEGALZOOM in general. It offers a wonderful, inexpensive service for most of us who don’t have the budget for attorney’s fees. Its co-founder and spokesperson is Robert Shapiro, a member of the legal team that managed to get OJ Simpson acquitted of murder years ago. Remember “If the glove doesn’t fit, you must acquit!”? We certainly would have confidence in any legal advisors involved with accomplishing that feat.
Conceptual artist Guido Scarabottolo recently surprised us with his beautifully revamped new website. While we’ve always admired his loosely drawn, trademark figures, we were blown away to see the unique animations that bring them to life! Be sure to take a minute to loose yourself in his surrealist wonderland at http://www.scarabottolo.com.
The show might have come and gone, but Guido Scarabottolo’s whimsical animation for the Festival Della CreativitÃ is still as delightful as ever!Â We just discovered this little gem on Youtube and thought we’d share- click to enjoy!
Sally Vitsky was chosen as the artist for a series of animations based on her work for the 2008 Smoky Mountain Heritage Festival. We’re all very excited to see her work in motion- click on the link below to see it in action!
Smoky Mountain Heritage Festivals Website