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And the award for most imaginative expression of 85 years of Oscar Winners goes to….
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The movies have shaped my creativity as a designer. No doubt about it. So much so, that they have punctuated my entire life. My mind is filled with real memories. But along with those memories, there are Memorable Movie Characters that have earned their place. Stories and Visuals that serve as the high octane fuel of creativity that many of us draw from.
As movies have changed, so has the creative landscape.
Vector Art has also played a role. Not only in the spectrums of animation and special effects, but also in promotional imagery, title design and a galaxy of disciplines that make movies special.
This Academy Awards Poster by Olly Moss really caught our attention today.
Talk about an impressive undertaking: Artist Olly Moss, along with the Academy and Gallery 1988, created an Oscars poster that showcases every Best Picture winnerfrom Wings in 1927 to The Artist last yearas variations of that classic Academy Award statue.
Can’t get enough?
What about all of the finer details of a movie. The “texture” that actors create within.
Vector Art is everywhere. It’s not going anywhere.
And we intend to put a spotlight on it wherever it appears.
(It’s kind of out thing)
But don’t take our word for it.
Why not ask Tony Stark (Billionaire, Genius, Inventor and Superhero),
– What powers the visuals in Iron Man’s helmet?
Why Vector Art of course.
The Avengers interface design by Jayse Hansen
Aaron Horkey is a shining star of talent in the world of vector art. Like you, we have been dazzled by his ability to usher in marvellous detail. Just take a look at this Jurassic Park Poster. Or how about his Hobbit Poster? Or any of these? Amazing.
“The Siren” is sure to be a popular print. Get yours right now.
Just look at that wood grain. Are you kidding me?
How does he do it?
Drawing upon vector art
MWM Graphics (A.K.A. Matt W. Moore) has combined two of my favourite things: Vector art and Sharpie markers, to create beautiful works of geometric perfection. With the aid of a robotic arm, these vector graphics really come to life in a poster series that is nothing short of stunning. Visit their store for more information. In the mean time, wrap your eyeballs around this:
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How would you like to Win a new Macbook Retina, iPad or Apple TV? Put up your dukes kid and take your best shot. Deadline Friday August 3rd.
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I created this poster to celebrate the Shooting Gallerys ninth anniversary. This gallery, located in the lovely Tenderloin, was one the first major galleries in San Francisco to show street/graffiti artists work. It is now globally known for supporting all forms of lowbrow art and its owner, Justin Giarla, has curated shows around the world. He has also opened a few new galleries in San Francisco. The posters copy simply reads, Curating the streets for nine years strong. Knowing the poster was going to be plastered on street poles and boarded up buildings throughout the city, I had it printed on Agfas Synaps paper so it could easily survive the elements (like a drunken tranny trying to rip it down). The poster may soon be available for
purchase through the gallery.