Birds in Snow, Song YuanWen, woodcut.
FOR THE BIRDS 1-3
Death Treading; Lure; Field Demon, Esther Sarah Kim, silkscreen prints, mixed media.
Untitled. 2014. Ryan Salge
Luis Ortega Govela, Writer’s Block Section B-B.
New piece for the NYT culture column about setting aside technology (which seems to be a pretty popular topic lately). Big thanks to AD Barbara Richer.
You can read the article here or see it in print on Sunday.
For The Atlantic.
I was asked to describe how I see the illustration/design scene in my country. This is how it feels to me; i.e., incredible. I know it’s corny, but I made a wallpaper out of it because it’s important to be reminded how good things are now, how exciting it feels. http://doing-fine.com/Illo-women-wallpaper.jpg
Life-Sized Pop-Up Books
Tourism New Zealand recently designed a giant pop-up book that explores the country interactively. This visual book has many images that recreate and reference the Hobbit film: The Desolation of Smaug. It is titled ‘The Book of New Zealand,’ where many visuals are meant to pop up in a large form to create a 3D effect.
The movie itself was filmed in 3D where you can see some resemblance of each scene portrayed in the movie.Most of the scenery has gorgeous mountains and landscapes that show New Zealand’s true beauty. The extravagant rivers, forests and villages also show some variety in how every scene was created. This life-sized pop-up book shows a great sense of interactive tourism and promotion for traveling to New Zealand.
All drawing is process. You make some marks on paper. Those marks help guide you to make other marks. You frequently don’t know where you are going until you get there.
Particle Tracks On Film from the Fermilab Bubble Chamber.
Ernst Haas, Western Skies Motel, Colorado, 1978