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September 22, 2008

Featured: Nate Williams

I first discovered Nate's work in early 2004 and was immediatley awe struck by his style and expression. On a whim, I sent him an email about a concept I had and wanted him to illustrate. I had nothing to offer but gratitude and a couple of free art prints of the design. Not only to did he indulge my wishes, he turned it around in less than two weeks time. The limited-edition print was called Monkey Bomb and has since turned into a t-shirt.

For this site, I reached out to Nate again... and this time, he obliged with an intimate peak into his daily sketchbook.

September 17, 2008

Featured: Junkyard Sam

Sam is one of those people that I am so fortunate to have met through the "internets". He is also one of the most frank and genuine artists I've had the pleasure of communicating with. In our chats, we always end up talking about the process of an artwork. How it transforms from the concept or doodle stage to the more refined and final presentation. I was lucky enough to get a look into that process (from his perspective) with the following set of featured images. Enjoy.

September 10, 2008

Featured: Jamie Tao






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