This is not a love song
I’m a busy fella. So when a close friend of mine called and asked me to do some illustration work for a concert, I politely passed. That is until he mentioned that the concert in question was: OMAR.
It’s been 10 years since his last performance in Canada. And as of one of my all-time favourite artists, I could not pass up the opportunity to reconnect.
8 years ago, I sent him some artwork from Canada to the UK. He responded with a signed CD that read:
From one artist to another – Omar.
It has been perched on my magazine shelf in my office ever since. A reminder that whatever I do to make ends meet, at my core, I’m still an artist. Read more:
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One of the reasons that our vector illustrations are a refreshing alternative, is the fact that we merge several elements to come up with unique styles. We hit the streets with our sketchbooks. Drawing pretty girls, photographing buildings and even pulling typography from street signs.
We love finding those ingredients. But by converting them into mathematical vectors, we pass on the flexibility to you. With just a few clicks you can adapt colours, move elements and place this young lady in the right context for your purposes. But the best part is, you save time. Time is money. And money (although not the most important thing in life) makes the world go round. We want to keep more of it in your pocket.
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Bookmark us a resource. You may not need us Today. But when you do need us. We will be here.
May the force be with you.
(oh c’mon, you knew that was coming)
The Clone Wars is finally coming to a close. Making way for Star Wars Rebels.
On March 7th on Netflix we’ll see some of the untold stories from the Star Wars Universe conclude along with a diverse range of characters – new and old.
Season 6 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, marketed under the name The Lost Missions, is the final season of the television series, scheduled to be released on Netflix on March 7, 2014. It was initially planned to air on Cartoon Network until March of 2013 when it was announced that Disney had cancelled the series. It was first officially announced by Dave Filoni in the Star Wars Insider magazine, though head writer Christian Taylor stated in September 2011 that they had already written through Season Six.
Disney Has Done it Again
I can’t wait to take the kids to see this one! It looks like its going to be a great movie. And just in time for Christmas. I love the snowman character, he’s so cute!
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