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Did this really cool test shoot for Young and Noble clothing. Seems like a real promising clothing line. I dig the T-shirt colors…



Here are some samples of the photos in webpage…

Logos for new restaurant in the Houston area…


smokehouse_logo_proofs


Here is the final result…
budandsissy_final

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

Here are more tshirt designs I was commissioned to do…

Here are mock ups…

Logo concepts I did for a chef for a kosher food event company…

So, when I got home. I was thinking about a a philosophy or theory had been puzzling me for sometime.

Since the 80s I believe feature films and illustration have been giving us ideas of the future and what it will look like. Now, in 2012 the then imagery of the future is now. So, what do we create now. After the talk and revisiting Mead’s site. It dawned on me. All the tech we create will evolve and integrate into one another. Also, as we create more and more things and even creating artificial beings. We, like the things we will create that will have intelligence will seek out where we came from. But, will there be a cost if we do that. Do we even want to?

I have come to this conclusion due to observations outside myself of people that are in highly technical careers that deal with computers or biotech tend to seek out a higher power through some medium to experess or find spiritual fulfillment????!!!!! Ehhhhh, enough of that.

Another thing I thought about was concept illustrations for what future technology will look like in urban environments (non-suburban). Wires and metal alloy patchwork misplaced on peoples skin from half done jobs or jobs in progress due to lack of payment or insurance coverage. Things of that nature. I kinda went there since I have been read some stuff by Octavia Butler. But, whatevs…Comment if you like…

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.