Archive for June, 2007
|I love patterns, repeat patterns and if you add some pixels then I’m all set. I needed to create a small hash mark repeat pattern recently and I got way distracted and created over 50 pixel repeat patterns. I decided to share them with the world. You can download the illustrator files here. There are also some simple instructions on how to alter the patterns, change them, and colorize them. Download the CS3 version, the CS2 version, the Illustrator 10 version, or for you old school heads, the EPS version.|
|This is hitting the alt weekly newspapers in New York, Boston, Providence, Baltimore and Washington, DC. Put out by uwishunu.com, which promotes Philadelphia, features artwork by Giacomo, Emily Magnuson, Jeff Wiesner, Mike Ball, Joe Reinhart, Dan Shepelavy, and myself. If you are paperless, or not in one of the cities above you can grab the pdf here.
|The finale of the video, after 10 minutes or so of blackness, is the pogoball section. Don’t know what a pogoball is? Well let’s just say it was the 80s and they never really stuck around. Unless you know Denny Heinz… But, that didn’t stop us. Staring John Freeborn, Jason Vivona, and Jim Houser. Music: Stevie Wonder, Songs in the Key of Life, Saturn (of course)
|What is a skate video without bonus parts? The GoodandEviL video has that in spades. The first bonus after the credits are done is my magnum opus, my piece de resistance – the legendary “Staple Gun part”. If you don’t know what a staple gun is, go back to Powell Peralta Video 4, Public Domain and watch Steve Saiz on the mini ramp. My brother often said that it wasn’t a real trick. 21 variations tells a different story. Music from the Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory soundtrack, Wonkavision Oompa Loompa