Monthly Archive for November, 2008

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Sister corita

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SISTER CORITA

GRAPHIC DESIGN Sister Corita, gained international fame for her vibrant serigraphs during the 60s and 70s. A Sister of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, she ran the Art Department at Immaculate Heart College until 1968. Corita‚Äôs art reflects her spirituality, her commitment to social justice, her hope for peace, and her delight in the world that takes place all around us. “I am not brave enough to not pay my income tax and risk going to jail. But I can say rather freely what I want to say with my art.” -Sister Corita

As real as it gets

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AS REAL AS IT GETS

GOOD DAY Happy friday everyone!

Siggi Oddsson

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SIGGI ODDSSON

GRAPHIC DESIGN There’s some awesome typography illustration here. If you like geometric shapes then you’ll love his work. Definitely check out his “Tonaht Branding” project.

APAK

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APAK STUDIO

ART Apak is a studio run by a husband and wife team, Aaron Piland and Ayumi Kajikawa. Together they create whimsical artwork that explore beauty, mystery, and magic. I’m very impressed with their collaboration. Working with a loved one is not always the easiest thing, however, I can tell through their art that they work extremely well together. Kudos to you guys.

kevin van alest

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KEVIN VAN AELST

GOLD STAR Is this not an awesome photograph? I think it’s so funny. Who would of thought that gummy worms could represent our chromosomes. Subjects of Kevin’s color photographs include every day foods and objects that are arranged into shapes and patterns inspired by formulas found in science and mathematics.