Los buenos muÑecos viven para siempre
Group exhibition that brings together several international artists specializing in the creation of toys. Venezuelan artist Reinaldo Vasquez aka HMTO brings together a number of outstanding works as a bridge to eternity. When all of us have gone, the good dolls will live forever.
\ "This exhibition is about the qualities v alues that make a character immortal, and seeing it from a worldly point of view refers to people who give life to these characters, are deadly. \ "
APO FOUSEK apofousek.zip.net
EDUARDO BERTONE www.bertoneeduardo.com
GASTON LIBERTO gastonliberto.blogspot.com
GHOSTPATROL www.ghostpatr ol.net
JUJU'S DELIVERY www.jujus-delivery.com
JULIE WEST www.juliewest.com
Mar Hernandez aka MALOT www.malotaprojects.com
MARTIN aka ALLAIS TOHYTO www.togetheronemoretime.com
MATTHEW HODSON www.matthewthehorse.co.uk
NAKAMURA Motomichi www.motomichi.com
NICK DEAKIN www.nickdeakin.com
Apo Fousek: Apo \ 's passion for surfing and skateboarding goes way back. He \ 's been involved with both sports for over 20 years and worked on all ends of them: from being a pro skater to a marketing cordinator or even a creative diretor Surfing for a brand.
Allthough Surf and Skateboard ing are huge influences in his lifestyle, his creations and art are completely tied into nature, animals and everyday things that happen around him. That said, his ideals are mainly to break boundaries Which will make people reflect more about their relationship with nature, animals and most importantly themselves.
He has shown his work in many respected galleries all over South America and the U.S. (East Coast).
Chris Keegan's picture, it's design is experimentation. It is a mode of expression that combines art, image, animation with different forms of visual communication.
In 2005 Martin Lowenstein, Diego Vaisberg (both graphic designers), they decided to break into the world of design with a style or own particular.
So begin to develop a series of illustrations for various magazines of art and design, creating a world of characters and creatures, which today represent the study. For 2006, and with the addition of Andrew Vaisberg (industrial design), the study plunges into the world of vinyl toys, creating their customizing own dolls and many others, entering a new phase, in which characters and creations of the study charge volume and materiality. This made many toys for brands like Red difrentes Magic adFunture, Imaginative Playtime well as different facilities or special products for Nike, Merrell, Sao Paulo Fashion Week, and so on.
Ghostpatrol is a melbourne based artist. He enjoys to sit under trees with a sketch book and fall asleep. director of deathtron mountain, efficient task master and paper herder, Participates well with others.
His work combines geometric forms, color sheme rigid and funny cartoons and characters.
I try to build an universe both ludic and meaningful.
His work has been showed in different exhibitions in Paris, London, Tokyo, ...
Guillaumit work also in Gangpol & Mit project. They played in several shows in different country (Canada, Japan, Mexico, Germany, Spain, Belgium.)
Juju's Delivery was founded by the Berlin-based artist Juju. She studied Media Art at Chelsea College in London before moving into illustration and character design. Juju began her career designing covers, flyers and posters for musician friends. She moved on to collaborate with Red, Pictoplasma, MTV and Mercedes Benz, published drawings in magazines like Arkitip, Modart, Kid's Wear and Yen Magazine. Her work has been exhibited in New York \ 's Cinder \' s Gallery, Colette in Paris and throughout Berlin.
Juju & rsquo; s drawings have been applied to belts, skateboards, cars and walls. As Juju's Delivery, she has released her own line of T-shirts, in addition to collaborating with Graniph clothing labels, and Concrete Hermit Threadless. Her first book ¯ The Dead, The Damned and the Children of the Revolution was released by RED ¯ editions and quickly sold out.
Julie West: Juli e was born in the winter of 1975 in the midwest. She spent her childhood taking art classes and volunteering at a local art gallery. She then went on to study art and graduated with a BFA in Illustration in 1998 from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. Julie started out as a traditional media artist - Primarily using acrylic, gouache, and technical pens. After spending a few years working as a print and web designer, various computer and design related elements began to surface in her work. Now her work is created with traditional means about half of the time - the rest being digital or a combination of the two.
Her work relies heavily on people and environments. Often quirky, bizarre, or ironic, Julie looks heavily at the way people live and define themselves, as well as Which the environments they create for themselves. Studying these details, often reveals the
unique moments that make us human. After moving to England in 2005, Julie now spends her days in her studio, quite content
that she makes things all day.
Mar Hernandez aka MALOT. Artist interdisciplinary degree in Fine Arts. Develop a broad and varied activities ing simultaneously in the music field, with the composition of experimental subjects themselves (http://malotashop.com/music/) or participation as a keyboardist in the group Parade since the mid 90's.
In recent years it has been recognized his good work as a designer and illustrator in many competitions and awards national and international: the Contest for Young creators contest Valencia INJUVE or create others.
His work as an illustrator can be reviewed on its website (http://www.malotaprojects.com) This is one of its most interesting facets, because the intense practice that is done in this field places it as a reference, resulting in reporting s, case studies and interviews in specialized publications. On the commercial level has worked for clients such as Armada Skis (USA), Cactus Island Recordings (UK), Revista Colectiva (Costa Rica), d [x] i magazine (Spain), argh comic (Spain), Oddica magazine (UK) , SUPERINTERESSANTE mag (Brazil), LaMilk magazine (Spain), etc..
Currently est & aacut and, extending his art studies with the completion of a master specialist in visual arts and multimedia (http://avm.webs.upv.es/) while continuing to develop his work as an illustrator and artist.
Mar Hernandez has participated in several exhibitions in different countries, working continuously with several galleries in the U.S. and Carmi Michael Gallery (LA) and Rivet Gallery (OH), his work has also been recently exhibited at the Biennial of Young Creators from Europe (Italy)
MARTIN aka ALLAIS TOHYTO
Matthew Hodson lives and draws in the northern city of Leeds, UK. I grew up in a tiny country side in the Yorkshire Dales village with farmers and livestock. He is interested in ideas, langu age, silliness, shapes and nature. Matthew also writes poems and comics rude, his current project is based on the anxiety attacks I've been getting recently, Which he thinks are a result of become an adult. Matthew is currently improving and would like to continue to do so.
Mop believes in the good side of things, optimism is a part of its everyday.
We exist since August of 2006, but we already knew each other for quite some time and the previous experience of each one was essential for the essence that the group was able to reach.
Alline Luz, Daniel Gizo, Felipe Cavalcante and Rogério Lionzo compose Mopa \ 's foundation group. Felipe Medeiros, in the management side, completes our team. Besides this internal formation, we count with several associates in photography, video and internet that enrich our projects.
The studio attitude of generating positive experiences and sensations have reached good results. In these circumstances, during these two years, we had the opportunity of creating imaginative solutions for our clients.
Motomichi Nakamura was born in Tokyo, Japan to nd graduated from Parsons School of Design. He currently lives and works in NYC.
Minimum use of color (black, white and red) as well as a focus on the creation of characters and creatures using simple graphic elements visually Characterize Motomichi's work across digital and traditional media. The subjects in his work often reflect conflictive characteristics, for instance they can be frightening and humorous, or part human and part monsters.
His digital animation work has been exhibited at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in NYC, has appeared in Sundance and it is currently showcased as part of the Whitney Museum of American Art's online collection \ "Artport \".
He has performed his live video / animation mix at the Museum of Modern Art i No NYC, the Edinburgh International Film Festival and at other recognized venues in the U.S. and abroad.
Clients include MTV, VH1, USA Networks, EA, Sony and Pocari Sweat. He has also produced music videos for The Knife and Otto Von Schirach.