If Bob Ross made a skin flick this would be the sounds that came out of it.
Respect. I think.
When beardpuncher started in 2008, I intended it as a means to share cultural and artistic goodies to inspire others. Within that mix, I created it as a motivator to create my own cultural and artistic goodies. I have been doing a poor job of creating my own creative content. So as a new year’s resolution, I am reviving an old goal. Here is the first of hopefully many beardpuncher creations. I was inspired by an old CPB co-worker Chris Streger’s (aka bald Jesus) Resolve Project to create a wallpaper for something to constantly remind me of the resolution. Check out the different wallpapers, download one, create one, whatever your goal is… stick to it. Thanks Bald Jesus for the inspiration.
Very interesting use of art to support a movement. Shepard uses his iconic Obama poster as a way to support the Occupy Wall Street movement.
“Change is not about one election, one rally, one leader, it is about a constant dedication to progress and a constant push in the right direction. Let’s be the people doing the right thing as outsiders and simultaneously push the insiders to do the right thing for the people.” Shepard Fairly
Very cool. So simple.
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A photo was taken approximately every two miles on this flight. Pretty cool. I especially dig the northern lights.
Oakland based artist Seth Armstrong has some amazing skills. I really love the realism in his work. Not only in the raw style, but his subjects and the context of their surroundings. If you would like to enjoy more of his awesomeness visit www.setharmstrong.com
Graeme Taylor stuck a Casio Exilim FH20 (relatively inexpensive) digital camera out of the window of a train as it arrived at a station.
The ‘trick’ is the camera collects images at a rate of 210 per second – but the film is played back at 30 frames per second. So, every seven seconds of footage that you watch corresponds to 1 real second. At least at the start, one real second is plenty of time for someone to move into, then out of, the camera’s field of view, but isn’t enough time for them to really do much: hence, the frozen effect.
Click on his website to find out more http://straylight.co.uk/?p=120
Illustration that I did on a skate deck for Bordo Bello.
Bordo Bello is about breathing life into the Denver arts community. It’s goal is to expand the audience of AIGA Colorado and open up the design community to incorporate the related artistic fields that help shape our culture.
Go to the art show. Buy a skate board. Hang it on your wall or ollie it to death in a skate park. #bordobello