Eric Nyffeler has a new site up. Nice collection of band posters and album art. He’s also having a buy 2 get 1 free sale on screen prints (for a limited time).
Once in a while I check Ludovic’s work, which I am a big fan.
I am surprised that nobody (me included) in TSA posted him before, shame on us!
A collection of old school, hand-done new york city party flyers. Amazing what was done pre-computer.
“Most of the Old School Party Flyers were Designed By Buddy Esquire and Phase 2. Phase 2 was a real big Aerosol Artist who wrote on allot of the NYC Trains who also did a majority of the Party Flyers back then. Buddy Esquire was a regular Artist who did allot of party flyers as well.
These Cats Worked on big Art tables and had all the tools to make these flyers by hand including those Rub on Letters, wax Machines, exacto knives, Graph Paper and many other tools that are extinct today in the modern artwork world.”
Alex Witjas got in touch with us from Brooklyn, NY. She’s a recent grad from Pratt Institute with a pretty fresh collection of work, thanks for the email.
We continue our weekly interview series about creative couples, and their experiences balancing a professional and personal lifestyle under the same roof. This week’s creative couple is Sean Auyeung and Anna Corpron, a husband and wife super duo known as Sub-Studio, a multi-disciplinary art and design studio based in New York City.
From hand-printed stationary, collaborative illustration projects, jewelry design and their fantastic blog they’ve kept themselves pretty busy in their home in the East Village. They both come from architecture backgrounds, but bring their personal interests to play in their highly collaborative projects.