Abiuro e o Animatório foram os responsáveis por Adiantum Pedatum, o quarto filme da série de vinhetas feitas por designers brasileiros a convite do NÖOS para o 'KM M MM', a semana de design de São Paulo.
Fourth film out of 8, made by Brazilian Motion Graphic Designers for 'KM M MM', the São Paulo's Design Week.
Invited by NÖOS, the idea behind the films should be how to 'live design' in São Paulo. Abiuro and Animatório show in this piece their view of this issue.
Direção de arte: Abiuro
Direção, animação e finalização: Animatório
NO FORMULA: Intuition is Underrated
Arem Duplessis, Art Director of The New York Times Magazine
What cover shoot "scared the shit out of" Arem Duplessis? How does he really feel about the people who bite his style? How does he do it every week? (Spoiler alert: he'll tell you it's a team effort all the way.)
After the newspaper gives you the headlines, The NYT Magazine puts news and ideas in context with amazing photojournalism, innovative type design, inspiring fashion and even comics.
Hear more about what it is like designing the smartest magazine in the smartest newspaper in the world, from our premiere kickoff event of SPD's Speakeasy series with New York Times Magazine Art Director Arem Duplessis, discussing his work, inspiration and how he comes up with award-winning ideas that work, and some that don't.
From The Wild Project Theatre, Monday, September 22nd, for the SPD Speakeasy Series.
On June 5, 2008, Toronto artist Shary Boyle spoke in Vancouver as part of the Canadian Art Foundation International Lecture Series, co-presented with the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver.
Now art lovers across the country can watch as Boyle discusses her multidimensional artistic practice from painting to live drawing to performance with overhead projectors. She also describes her early collaborations with film and video artist Kika Thorne and musicians Peaches and Feist. Boyle also speaks about her ongoing interest in transparency, light and shadow.
Shary Boyle graduated from the Ontario College of Art (now the Ontario College of Art and Design) in 1994. The only artist in a large, suburban, working-class family, Boyle’s early memories and experiences of female otherness are reflected in her choice of imagery.
Boyle has performed and exhibited her work across Canada and internationally, most recently at the Power Plant, Toronto, and at Space Gallery, London, UK, where she exhibited a dramatic projected light installation titled The Clearances. A monograph on her work, Otherworld Uprising, was published on the occasion of her 2008 solo exhibition at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in Lethbridge.