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News for September 2012

Gabriel Moreno / Workbook 34 Cover

Gabriel Moreno / Workbook 34 Cover

Gabriel Moreno was asked by Workbook to contribute the cover and end-paper artwork for the 34th edition of the US based source book. Gabriel provided 3 illustrations altogether which you can see here, here and here.To see more of Gabriel Moreno's work click here.You can also check out all the début art artists folders on the Workbook website by clicking here.

Arn0 / Deadmau5 >Album Title Goes Here< Cover

Arn0 / Deadmau5 >Album Title Goes Here< Cover

Check out Arn0's awesome artwork for Deadmau5 latest album >Album Title Goes Here<. Arn0 was asked by EMI to create a likeness of Deadmau5's cat, Professor Meowingtons in his hyper-real style. The cover was then completed by the guys at Eskimo Square who created the trademark mouse mask around Arn0's cat.To see more of Arn0's work click here.

Kilian Eng / Mondo Dune Poster Series

Kilian Eng / Mondo Dune Poster Series

Very pleased to be able to show you the second Dune poster which Kilian Eng AKA DW Design has produced alongside Austin, Texas' legendary Mondo with the previous poster Kilian created being the second of the two above.Mondo creates limited edition screen printed posters for their favourite classic and contemporary films, in addition to vinyl movie soundtracks, VHS re-issues, and apparel. Mondo also have a permanent gallery space in Austin, TX featuring a mix of original artwork and limited edition screen prints.This second poster is for the upcoming documentary about Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Dune (possibly the greatest Sci-Fi film that never was). More info about the film and the great lineup of artists who worked on the pre-production can be found here.To see more of Kilian Eng AKA DW Design's work click here.

Dominic Trevett / Karl Pilkington's The Further Adventures Of An Idiot Abroad

Dominic Trevett / Karl Pilkington's The Further Adventures Of An Idiot Abroad

Today sees the release of the latest Karl Pilkington book "The Further Adventures Of An Idiot Abroad". Dominic Trevett worked closely with the lovely folk at Canongate Books to produce an array of charming illustrations, maps and hand written elements to embellish every page and help document Karl's adventures across the globe as he attempts to undertake his Bucket List of '100 Things to Do Before You Die'.Grab yourself a copy of the book here and see more of Dominic's work from the book in the following images and in his folio.

Vault49 / Beyond Art Mural At Platoon Kunsthalle Korea

Vault49 / Beyond Art Mural At Platoon Kunsthalle Korea

Vault49 have just finished this epic mural in Korea.From SEPTEMBER 13 through SEPTEMBER 17, 2012, PLATOON Cultural Development and Beyond Art present URBAN VOID, a dynamic collaboration with international and Korean street artists. URBAN VOID, exclusively created by PLATOON Cultural Development, will showcase original artworks being created live by the participating street artists including our very own Vault49. URBAN VOID's theme is "Beyond Art" the participating artists will freely interpret the concept through their live paintings. installation, workshops, and lectures. Featured artists include Victor Ash, Iepe Rubingh, Hendrik Beikirch, Nana, JunkHouse, Jazoo, Eric Davis, Jamie Bruno, WK, Okeh, Vakki, Node Lab, and of course Vault49. this mix of internationally renowned and up-and-coming artists will complete original paintings on site over the course of five days. by focusing on creating art, instead of merely exhibiting it, URBAN VOID will turn the four floors of PLATOON KUNSTHALLE...

New Artist / Nik Keevil

New Artist / Nik Keevil

Nik Keevil has been at the forefront of British book cover design for the last 20 years. He has worked for many leading publishing houses on fiction and non-fiction titles and is noted for his photo-illustrations and CGI work. As a qualified graphic designer, Nik's beginnings were as a layout artist so the use of imagery with typography was instilled in him from the start. Today Nik uses his skills in photography in many of his designs, He finds that this gives a sense of realism that’s exciting to work with. He has his own photographic studio and his cover design solutions frequently incorporate his own typographic work. Digitally anything is possible and with additional after effects, texturing and detailing the imagery can be pushed even further depending on the needs of the brief. Nik now wants to further develop his work in the book publishing field but also to broaden the types of client he works with into advertising, design and magazine editorial in particular. Nik is available...