There’s no better way to celebrate today then with fantastic photos of leaps, dives and jumps … at slate.com.
Archive for February, 2008
I’ve plugged Gipi’s work countless times, but once again I find myself having to point out how inspiring his latest blog entries are. These three new watercolors of housing around Rome just blew me away. Wow.
If you’ve read the Venice Chronicles (specifically around these couple of pages) you’ve probably seen this animation I did for my wife’s birthday a couple of years back. You might have seen also this little silly bit I did a while back. Ah the things one does for love. Well, I did an another one [...]
This movie by Tarsem Singh (The Cell) looks stunning and intriguing. Looking forward to it.
Here’s a little detail of an illustration/1pagecomic I am currently finishing watercoloring. The story centers around a Kappa. Can’t wait to show you the whole thing. I’m making this for a very special charity art auction that we are organizing for this summer. More details to follow.
Bill Cone is da man! Not only the work he’s done through the years at Pixar as a Production Designer is fantastic, but his personal artwork is even more mind-blowing and inspirational. So let’s say you can’t make it to the Early Bird Painters show (going on right now on Polk street in SF) well [...]
Ok, forgive me for geeking out, but this Nokia prototype phone is pretty darn amazing. One of the many future uses of nanotechnology … doesn’t it make you excited about the possibilities?
Hey look what’s under my sweater today?! Congratulations to Brad Bird and the whole crew. It’s great to have been part of it. Rat update – here’s a couple of links: an interesting and in depth interview with Jan Pinkava (thanks Craig) and Ronnie’s post with photo of Brad and the Rat storycrew here.
I noticed through Ronnie’s blog that “Up”, the movie we’ve been working on for more than 2 years now (directed by Pete Docter and Bob Peterson) already has a wikipedia page. That was pretty fast. Incidentally the concept art image on the wiki was drawn by yours truly and painted by talented colleague Daniel Arriaga.
Picked up this graphic novel by Rutu Modan yesterday. I’ve heard great things about it. Looks really nice that’s for sure. I’ll let you know what I think once I finish reading it. update- Friend Vera Brosgol pointed some wonderful comics Modan made for the New York Times. Great stuff. I am half way through [...]