Wednesday, March 20, 2013

This is a great introspect of LA based visual artist, Geoff McFetridge's 'method'. If you're not familiar with his work, definitely worth checking out. He's a genius.



You may be familiar with Pottok Prints, a line of hand silk screened wallpapers that he and his wife (artist, Sarah DiVincentes) designed along with partner Yong-Ki Chang. My favorite of which is the Whale print:



And one more example of his multi-disciplinarian geniosity.  (you know how I love myself a good stop motion film. They did this by lasering the design in over 2 thousand pieces of toast and shooting each one individually. Love that kind of thing.



'Last Leaf' by OK Go from NimbleBot on Vimeo.

1 comment:

Liz Bird said...

Thanks for the intro to Geoff McFetridge, LOVE his aesthetic & use of color. Also obsessed with Pottok Prints...love me some preppy whale walls! fabulous stuff!

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