Meet the pilot of one of the Zulu Federation’s copper airships at 80 Days by inklestudios.com
Past January 24th to 26th, the Neapolis in Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona) was the local site of the Global Game Jam (GGJ), a worldwide jam with 480+ locations in 70+ countries, doubtless the world’s largest game jam event.
The organizers graciously invited me to be part of the Jury for the 2014 Game Jam, joining a hand-picked selection of talented professionals from the video game industry: Emiliano Labrador, Guillem Rosset, Danae Vara, and Mel Perez-Ventana.
The 2014 edition has been the most successful ever in Neapolis, 71 jammers, a record regarding previous editions and the second biggest GGJ in Spain this year.
From a personal point of view it was a really cool experience. The people there had a great time playing and developing for many different “toys” like kinect, google glass, oculus, etc. It’s always really exciting to meet young and talented people, and the mood in the GGJ helps the sharing of ideas and having fun working together 48h non stop making games. GGJ is one of those things that make you wish to be 20 years old again.
If you are studying anything related to video games, my advice is to look for your local GGJ site and be there next year. For more information visit globalgamejam.org
You can see all the projects made in Neapolis during the GGJ here
The Best Overall Game was for The Test a very funny coop game.
On the graphics I really liked the mood, and some fresh ideas of this game
Infected by Art is a Fantasy, Science Fiction and Horror Illustration competition open to professional and emerging artists from all over the world. The artwork selected by the Jury Panel represents some of the best fantastic artwork being created today by artists who have been in the business for many years as well as very talented emerging artist.
I’m very happy to announce the illustration I send to the IBA2 competition is one of the Season 2 Winners. So, it will be included in the Infected by Art2 book.
This is my submission, and here you can see all the winners
As you can realize the pool of entrant artist for this competition has been impressive, so impressive that I feel merely being in the book is a price on itself.
The Grand Prize winners are awesome pieces of fantasy art.
I’m very happy but at the same time humbled by the opportunity to be a small part of this book, sharing pages with great artists like Jim Burns, Ciruelo Cabral, Piotr Foksowicz and Ralph Horsley among others.
Another reason to be happy is the silly feeling to know my art has been reviewed by the Jury Panel, composed by Enric Torres-Prat, Chris Achilleos, Rowena Morrill, and Larry Elmore. So I can say, Larry Elmore has seen my art!
I met Larry Elmore many years ago, at a Games Con, when I still was in the art school. I had my portfolio with me, but I missed the courage (and the english level) to approach him and ask him for advice. After so many years, I can finally get rid off that old teenage remorse 😀
I found a nicely done video about how successful was the Audi Christmas campaing 2013.
I made some black and white illustrations for this campaign (see this post).
Bitmap final art & some pencil concepts
Last chance to see the MailmeArt exhibition.
This time from 17th August until 22nd August
Croft Wingates Art Gallery
44a St Marys Road
Leicestershire LE16 7DU
email@example.com | 01858 465455
The MailMeArt exhibition at The Framers Gallery (Artefact showroom) it’s ended.
It has been a success, with lots of people there enjoying the art and the artist itself. Here you can see a few pictures of before and during the exhibition.
As you can see a real feast for lovers of mail art and vocational postmen, with more than 240 envelopes illustrated and sent from over 24 different countries. If you weren’t able to make it to London for the first exhibition, you are still on time to visit the second MailMeart Exhibition. Don’t miss this second chance.
From August 9th to 12th August you can visit the MailMeart exhibition at
The Factoryroad Gallery
Hinckley, (LE10) RSVP REQUIRED
The opening night will be on August 9th at 6pm-11pm, with viewings by appointment on the 10th, 11th and 12th.
Remember the exhibition catalog, and the mail art originals can be acquired online here
My dear friend and illustrator Teresa Herrero has a new Etsy store. There you can enjoy and buy some of their art in their usual lovely mood, fresh and joy of life style .
Visit their store here http://www.etsy.com/shop/TeresaHerrero
If you don’t know their work you can visit their online portfolio here http://www.teresaherrero.com
If you are in London between 30th july and 3rd August you can visit the Mail Me Art exhibition. Mail me Art is a project run by Darren di Lieto and the Little Chimp Society since 2006. The exhibition display mail art from 200 artist and all the benefits will go for charity projects.
The exhibition is held at The Framers Gallery Map Link Here
The Framers Gallery
36 Windmill Street (Artefact Showroom)
London W1T 2JT
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 10.00 – 5.30 Saturday: 11.00 – 5.00
Sundays & Bank Holidays: closed
You can already pre-order the catalog exhibition, a must have nice and colorful book, full of awesome art from the most brilliant and talented illustrators, first to order will get a coupon reduction! so, pre-order now!!