Alley-Oop

Me he enamorado completamente de “Alley-Oop“, la genial e increíble exposición del trabajo colaborativo creado por Eric Trine y Will Bryant. Quiero muchas de estas piezas y las quiero YA.


 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alley-Oop is an exhibition of collaborative work created by Eric Trine and Will Bryant.

In Fall 2011, both of these dudes moved to Portland, Oregon for graduate school. Eric is from Southern California and typically works in sculpture, furniture, and environments. Will is from East Texas and has a practice rooted in illustration, graphic design, and art direction. Though they attend different schools in Portland, their paths often cross, their social circles overlap, and their criss-cross-overlap has blossomed into a whirlwind of high-fives, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle anecdotes, b-ball You Tubes, and buckets of laughter. As their friendship grew, talks of a collabo laced every hangout. Something was bound to happen. It was just a matter of time (and space).

Eric, Will and Poketo share an ethos that a life well-lived comes from the infusion of good art, good friends, and good vibes! As Charles Eames once said, “Take your pleasure seriously.” As someone important once said, “Form follows fun!” The work in this exhibition is the truest combination of the artists’ creative whims: colors, materials, subject matter—it’s an equilibrium, it’s a twister, it’s a day-glo refraction of positivity and goodness.

The artists influenced each other, developing pieces and remixing in real time, yielding a mega variety of multi-media, multi-dimensional pieces. Two vibes collide in the work, aiming to lighten and brighten moods, days, smiles and lives.

In true Alley-Oop fashion, the assist is as important as the dunk, and it is teamwork that really makes the dreamwork.

 

 

Poketo is located in Downtown LA at 820 E 3rd Street 90013. (map)

 

by Eric Trine and Will Bryant

 


 

 

 

 

 

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HORDE

Técnicamente genial, la mezcla de 3D y 2D es sorprendente y muy distinto a lo que vemos normalmente, y visualmente contundente a más no poder. Así es el nuevo corto de animación que han hecho Thibaud Clergue, Aurelien Duhayon, Sebastien Iglesias y Camille Perrin de BRUTUS collective.

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STATERA

Statera is an object made for the working space. The plants, nestled in ceramic pots, balance in a metal structure supported by a stone base. The two halves represent the physical and mental wellbeing that make us whole. We think of it as a gentle reminder to keep balance in your working life.

ADAM VINSON

La espectacular pintura hiperrealista del artista Adam Vinson.

CONGO studio

Preciosas fotografías en blanco y negro con letras en dorado e imposibles formas geometrías bidimensionales, creaciones de Laia Blesa.

HIGH TABLE by ehoeho

An elegant twist of the One-Two concept table with metal hair pin style legs, live edge hardwood and a singular off-center dropped box.

CAL

CAL pretends to be timeless, weird and - at some point – a place between reality and perception, an island looped in an island, a close and desaturated system that gets its only colour from error. An aesthetic and psychological moment in time, recorded and distorted.

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MATTER

Add stunning 3D effects to your photos with real-time shadows and reflections. Export your creations as photos or video loops.

TODD BORKA

Los multitudinarios retratos del ilustrador francés Todd Borka.

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LEAH REENA GOREN

Las bonitas cerámicas de la ilustradora y diseñadora de patrones neoyorkina Leah Reena Goren.

CALEB HAHNE

Los preciosos dibujos de Caleb Hahne.

MARILYN MYLLER

A year in the making, the full six minute stopmotion short features the voice of Josie Long, one zillion hand carved tiny things, literally tens of carved foam puppets, two eye fulls of in-camera, long-exposure light trickery and a pair of tiny dolphins, smooching.

HEADS

Illustrations by Valentin Leonida.

SLASH LAMP

When is an object designed? When is an object precious, particular? What is broken and what is new? What means the result of a mechanical intervention (more or less violent) on an object? What is an vulgarized object? “/” Lamp is an object that gives the user the chance of choice. A subjective and personal choice. It is an object at the middle of two opposite states. The process of intervention or non-intervention places the object inside one of them. The materials used for building this lamp were inspired by the industrial facilities, by the construction sites: concrete, reinforcing wire, rope climbing, spool for high voltage wires.

MIRRORS FTP

False Topographic Perception by Dan Holdsworth.

BERNARDES BENCH

Decanting the essence of a spiritual place by Andreu Carulla.

FRAMED*

The revolutionary way to display art.

ORAL ALPHABET

El grotesco y tridimensional alfabeto hecho por el artista japonés Takayuki Ogawa.

TYPE OF LETTERS

Type of Letters is a typography treatment created from letters, postcards, newspapers, packages, direct mailers. By Niral Parekh.

LAURIE LIPTON

Los espectaculares dibujos a grafito de la artista Laurie Lipton.

FAT & FURIOUS BURGER

Segundo post de Fat & Furious Burger y me temo que no será el último. Con las genialidades que llegan a crear estos chicos será imposible no caer una tercera vez en la tentación. Cuando la hamburguesa se transforma en puro arte!

HACKING LEGO

Lettering, meet Lego. A 7,600-LEGO piece lettering project by Alice Lee for Dropbox’s 2014 Hack Week.

JUMPER

Famed London Fashion Week designer, Jonathan Saunders is celebrating his 10th anniversary this year. Ever since the designer, known for his geometric patterns, won the BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund in 2012, Jonathan’s rise to fashion’s top table has been a rapid one.

To commemorate the occasion the Industry member has teamed up with the fashion world’s favourite director, Justin Anderson. Known for his distinguished and individual style, Justin and Jonathan worked together to create a short film called ‘Jumper’.

3D LETTERING

by Tolga Girgin

THE HAT MAKER

Uno de esos vídeos preciosos y cuidado hasta el más mínimo detalle, donde podemos disfrutar viendo en acción al sombrerero más famoso del mundo, Nick Fouquet.

SHO

A simple system helping people to make a sofa or a dormette frome their own latex mattress by Biwei Pan.

CREAMLAPSE

Short experimental film made up of over 3500 photos of ice cream by Mateo Cabeza.

HARRIET LEE-MERRION

Las finísimas ilustraciones de Harriet Lee-Merrion.

ANUWAT KHAOMANIT

Las geniales ilustraciones del artista tailandés Anuwat Khaomanit.

OLIVIA KNAPP

Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that articulate the surface contours of her subjects; creating supple and tangible imagery. These un-swelled lines incorporate a “line to dot” rendering method as well as an, extremely rare “dot and lozenge” rendering method. “Dot and lozenge” is a practice that was used by 16th century masters, in which a dot is placed in the center of a diamond shape made by a cross hatching pattern, helping to refine the transition between values.

REBECCA GLADSTONE JEWELLERY

Rebecca Gladstone is a range of hand-crafted jewellery with a strong emphasis on geometric forms.