201 665 - Jess Schnabel of Bloodmilk - Creep Week 2017 - Chapter I2017-10-23 07:00:00
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202 663 - The VACVVM Week - Chapter: IV - Vanessa Foley2017-10-19 07:00:00
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203 662 - The VACVVM Week Chapter: III - Brandon Holt2017-10-18 07:00:00
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204 661 - The VACVVM Week - Chapter II - Teagan White2017-10-17 07:00:00
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205 660 - The VACVVM Week - Chapter I - Mike Sutfin2017-10-16 07:00:00
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206 659 - The Logo Show with Dan Stiles and Billy Baumann2017-10-12 07:00:00
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207 658 - The DKNG Show: Chapter 122017-10-10 07:00:00
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208 656 - Minneapolis Shop Talk with Burlesque Of North America, David Witt, and Ann Ryan2017-10-06 07:00:00
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209 655 - Dan Ibarra of Thriving Concern "The Exit Interview"2017-10-05 07:00:00
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210 654 - Hammer Time with Mike Hammer, Mark Brickey and Gustavo Jaimes2017-10-02 06:57:21
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211 653 - Shop Talk with Billy Baumann and OKpants2017-09-28 08:35:57
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212 652 - The DKNG Show: Chapter 112017-09-27 07:00:00
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213 651 - Shawn Kirkham of Skybound2017-09-26 07:00:00
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214 650 - Hammer Time2017-09-25 07:00:00
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215 649 - Start Today: Inside Out2017-09-21 08:32:49
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216 647 - Corbett Redford2017-09-19 07:05:09
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217 646 - Hammer Time2017-09-18 07:00:00
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218 645 - August Poster Countdown with Mitch Putnam2017-09-14 07:18:09
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645 - August Poster Countdown with Mitch Putnam

The August Poster Countdown is here with Mark Brickey and Mitch Putnam of OMGposters.com guiding you through a month chock full of raw talent and jaw dropping pieces. As we move higher and higher up the ranks, you can study how each artist harnessed their creativity to truly hone in on what each work attempted to communicate. These two captains of industry point out what makes each poster stand out from the rest and lend time tested, industry insight into the business behind creativity. Is a portrait or landscape layout better for your next composition? Are you great enough to be deliberately sloppy? Do you have the guts to put blue cheese on pizza? With such a wide array of style and subject matter exhibited across this month's selections, you are sure to walk away with countless chicken nuggets about the subtle finesse behind design expertly wielded by these artists. Talking Prints The slow decline of cinema and the evolution of its marketing tactics.  Low budget horror films that make money but lack the quality Mondo would confidently stand behind.  Hitting the tone of what you're trying to capture in your work.  Making humor translate and avoiding likeness rights through illustrative styles.  The power of portrait.  Sturdy women, traditional styles, and Revolver videos.  Metallica posters, Space Riders, and inspired hires who actually try something different.  Consistently piling on your signature style with details and layering.  A moment for Pizza that makes no sense.  Reminiscent posters that harken back to a better time for gig posters and cementing yourself in the community.  Existing in incubators and honing your craft.  Grayscale grief online.  A quiet breath of fresh air, your client's success is also your own, and inspired secondary photos.  Challenging infographics that most artists want to take on.  Making type that talks, lego pieces that work for you, and some new bookmarks you need.  Circle Of Trust Talking Prints When real world TLC backfires and the intense process behind James Jean's work that puts him in competition with no one but itself.  Avant-garde client work that comes from a totally different world.  Harnessing the power of white.  Mood, silence, and tone, following the career path of Dan McCarthy, and the difficult lesson of restraint.  Understanding finesse.  Master Lego Builders and working the information into the composition.  Mixing hand drawn illustrations and real world photos.  Are you deliberately sloppy or just not talented?  Experimenting outside the Star Wars universe and guessing at the long term cultural footprint of modern IP's.  From marketing to meritocracy.  Negative space is self confidence and Mondo teams up with Black Dragon Press.  Form, function, and split fountains.  Nailing line weight like a master.  TEAM POSTER COUNTDOWN…read more

219 644 - Shop Talk with Billy Baumann and OKpants2017-09-13 07:00:00
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220 643 - Alexander Libby of ProductionPro2017-09-12 07:00:00
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