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Did a simple title sequence for Joey Gloor of EDjGe. Took a layered file from Photoshop and imported into Aftereffects. Added color grading and animation and waah laah….

Joey Gloor EDjGE



Here is the link to his site. Check it out: EdjGe Website

Took some cool photos of Bone from the Too Crucial Salute Squad…

We got to use car from visionszr.com …really nice guy…

So, about a week ago I got an invitation to the Syd Mead exhibition at the Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale.

I was excited to see one of my favorite artists in person. However, I didn’t know he was a part-time comedian too. The exhibit was nice. All his pieces had very vivid color and a hyper-realism to them. He spoke of principles in design and how to apply them to designing things for the future. One key word was “Retro-Futurism”.

Only thing was…the venue was kinda creepy…lol

But the 360 view at the top of the hill was awesome. I think I will go back and do some better shooting there.

Good times overall. Let’s see who I will meet next. Also, I think I will email to see if I can take pics at next venue. I slipped up on this opportunity.

Flyer design for Front Room Entertainment event in Oxnard.

I just want to take the time to create a posting that has all of my flyer artwork. I look forward to working on your project soon and thank you to those who allowed me to work on their projects.

Front Room Entertainment’s DJ Shanx hit me up with another project along with The Tree Post Collective (http://www.thetreepostcollective.com/) . These are graphics for a Bay Area campaign for Front Room new artist Ill Camille.

Maybe you wanna know why I chose purple or maybe not. Dunno. I was just feeling this color at the time and I just saw a Mac Dre documentary the night before.

(RING. RING.) Got a call one evening from the Director of Promotions at World on Wheels saying his designer dropped the ball on some design work they needed for a promotion. So I steeped in and worked with him to get it finished on time. Glad he liked the end result. I did too. I have to admit I kinda struggled with design at first then I got right back into the zone and finished.