To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Dreamworks Animation, Acme Archives/Dark Ink Art will be releasing this exclusive silkscreen on October 12th. How to Train Your Dragon, parts one AND two, were far and away my favorite Dreamworks movies so I could think of no better way to honor the occasion.
Details on how to get your own copy are coming soon.
Aaron Canning | http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible.
Ok, I need my dream kitchen to have a framed copy of the citrus fruits one. That is LOVELY
There will be a free exhibit of the artist in Rome very soon:
La muerte tiene permiso:
mostra di José Guadalupe Posadas INGRESSO LIBERO
from 23-10-2014 to 23-11-2014
I’ll be going to of course!
Opening tonight - Thursday, September 11th, 2014 - at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York, New York is Wayne White’s solo show, “Invisible Ruler." Wayne White’s eccentric style and life has been well documented through documentaries such as "Beauty is Embarrassing,” and years of hard work in almost every field of art from cartooning, puppet design (he designed the puppets on Pee Wee’s Playhouse) to directing (He directed the Smashing Pumpkin’s video for “Tonight, Tonight.”) ”Invisible Ruler" will feature a plethora of new work from kinetic sculptures to pen and ink drawings, and of course his signature words on found art paintings. See more below!