Catherine Moore is an illustrator and keeper of memories, it turns out. Listen as Moore talks about the various methods employed, even if accidentally, to retain a record, how that record is maintained, and what might happen with that record.
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Swamp Thing: Collecting for a World Record
BY JOHN E BOYLAN
@ VOL 13
ON MAR 06, 2015
John Boylan is an illustrator and graphic designer at Fresh Produce. He is a lifelong comic book enthusiast and has been a collector for most of his life. John finds great pleasure in researching, hunting and cataloging his findings. His collection and catalog of all things Swamp Thing is recognized as a valuable reference tool. Over the past year, Swamp Thing fans from around the world have reached out to John regarding his online catalog at RootsOfTheSwampThing.com
Boylan’s entire collection of over 800 items—books, memorabilia, toys, and more—will be on display from 1:00PM to 5:00PM at the Sioux Falls Design Center in Downtown Sioux Falls. The collection will be authenticated by legendary comic book artist and creator Phil Hester (Marvel, DC, and more), local purveyor of all things collectible John Nordstrom (Rainbow Sports Cards and Comics) and Sioux Falls business owner and comic enthusiast Andy Howes (Howes Oil, Local Zip). Boylan promises the event will be “a celebration of fandom, fanaticism, and all things Swampy.”
BY THIBAUD HÉREM
@ VOL 131
ON DEC 16, 2015
"Each building is all about the detail and my personal approach to it."
In Architectural Portraiture from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 131, Architectural illustrator Thibaud Hémen shares a highly sophisticated collection of his work, intricate illustrations of buildings with painstaking attention to detail. His incredible drawings allow the unique personality of each subject to shine forth and be fully appreciated.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, January 8th, 2015.
“My birthday in 2014, i started asking all my friends to draw me. I set three simple rules: 1) don’t look at others until you’re done with yours 2) draw me on the spot 3) you can not use erasers”
In 119 Portraits from PechaKucha Night Tokyo’s 133rd Volume, Speaker, freelance writer, and sake lover Miho Ota detailed a project from which she had learned a great deal. On her birthday in 2014, Miho had decided to start a portraiture project, asking her artist friends to draw her portrait in a small sketchbook. The rule was simple: draw her on the spot, no erasers, and no looking of others until you finish yours. By her following birthday, Miho had a collection of 119 amazing portraits with countless stories attached to them.
My Colors Throughout the Years
BY LETICIA DIAZ
@ VOL 13
ON JUN 23, 2016
With her presentation, Artist and Professor Letty Diaz takes us on a small trip through her 36 years of art with a discussion of past and present work. Letty's work is primary photographic using live models to create dynamic portraiture. Much of the work is personal - focusing on her own children and students as the subjects.
Why Portraits Matter
BY DAVID PARISH
@ VOL 15
ON FEB 17, 2017
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The Art (Or Otherwise) Of The Record Sleeve
BY TIM SCULLION
Lover of music and art, and co-owner of Wow and Flutter shop - selected by The Guardian newspaper as one of the ten best record shops in the country, as chosen by a selection of writers, musicians and journalists, Tim Scullion investigates the best and worst of record sleeve design.
World Record painting in support of Rhinos
BY BRANDON CHALLIS
@ VOL 50
ON SEP 04, 2018
He plans to set a Guinness World Record for the largest painting ever (1 hectare or 10000m2) made up of 1200 life size Rhino paintings painted by the public around the world. After the certification by Guinness it will be taken to Vietnam and put on display to raise awareness and hopefully create a reduction in demand for their horns. He believes this is the only way our Rhinos can be saved as desperate poachers will continue to risk their lives if the rewards are so high.