24.11.14 by Jeff

Best of Kickstarter: Christina Mrozik and Zoe Keller’s Book of Collaborative Drawings

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Illustrators Christina Mrozik and Zoe Keller have collaborated on a series of detailed graphite drawings, created over two seasons in a tiny studio in rural West Michigan. The illustrations will be collected and released this January in “Intricacies,” a hardcover, cloth-bound, offset-printed book. Advanced copies of the book can be reserved through their Kickstarter page here.

Have a look at many of the beautiful drawings below!

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29.08.14 by Jeff

Kamea Hadar and Defer

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More collaborative work from my good friend Kamea Hadar and Defer. More images below.

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29.07.14 by Jeff

Kamea Hadar and Defer

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Kamea Hadar and Defer are collaborating on a series of work entitled “Paradise Lost”. The on-going project will see the two artists create murals and gallery shows together in several different cities. They have their first show opening on August 7th, in San Francisco, at 1AM Gallery. See more images below.

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09.02.13 by Jeff

Drawing by Nychos and Andrea Wan

Nychos and Andrea Wan
Every night at Pow Wow eventually turns into a drawing party. Drawing by Nychos and Andrea Wan, more flicks below!

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14.01.13 by Jeff

Tom and James Draw

Tom and James Draw
Collaborative drawings by illustrator James Hancock and his brother Tom, who has Downs Syndrome. Love how their styles balance each other.

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15.05.12 by Jeff

Hello Kitty Airlines???

Hello Kitty Airlines collaboration with Taiwan-based EVA Air
I always keep my eye out for the insanity that is people obsessed with Hello Kitty. I’ve documented tattoos and haircuts among other things, but this news is next level.

You can now fly on Hello Kitty Airlines! Taiwan-based EVA Air has launched three jets: The Apple Jet, The Magic Jet, and The Global Jet. I love how ridiculous this is!

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27.03.12 by Jeff

Playground

Playground.is The Human Statues, Its So Simple
There is a scene in Efterklang’s film “An Island” where the band performs with local people from a small town and although it is obvious that most of them are not musicians they are all playing instruments alongside the band. It is a beautiful scene (I admit I shed a tear the first time I watched it), and I was so inspired by it I began brainstorming ways that I could create a similar experience with bands here in Vancouver. I didn’t take the idea any further than my notepad.

Last week I discovered that some fellow Vancouverites have started doing this very thing! They call it Playground. The premise is simple: One band, one audience, one goal. Create a song together, and then record it in less than an hour.

Watch a video of the most recent Playground event below!

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25.07.11 by Jeff

Joao Ruas and Andrew Hem

Watch Joao Ruas and Andrew Hem paint a mural together.

Mural painted by Joao Ruas and Andrew Hem

Watch the video below!

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