Author Archives: David Walker
Oh to be young and cool, not to mention talented, and not to mention live in Greece. Stamatis Laskos, or Siveone, is exactly that.
Sive attended the Athens School of Fine Arts where he studied painting. He now works as a freelancer painting on everything from small canvases to giant walls.
His work is refreshing, street art with a fine art twist. The exaggerated shadows, depth, subject matter and overall composition show his skill level.
I like to put this under my Johnny Come Lately category, because anyone who has been looking at Threadless.com, or any other online t-shirt site knows who this is.
Glenn Jones is a graphic designer and illustrator from Auckland, New Zealand. The name Glennz comes from GLENN from NZ = GLENNZ, and as he states, this was his user name on Threadless.com, which is where he gathered a huge following, so why change it.
At first glance, you might think this is easy to do, but give it a try, I think you will find this extremely tough to pull off. I equate his work with Gary Larson, creator of The Far Side. simple, flat illustrations, but full of humor and wit. Either you get it, or you don’t.
You can now see and buy his work at his site, Glennz.com.
An ampersand (&) is a logogram representing the conjunction word “and”. A logogram is a grapheme which represents a word or a morpheme (the smallest meaningful unit of language). An ampersand is also my friend, so this will be the first post of all things ampersand.
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Si Scott, British illustrator, does something with type that is just incredible. He actually puts pen to paper. He is the master of amazingly intricate typography, and it is done by hand with fine liners. I am showing a small sampling of his gorgeous work, for more you can find him all over the web.