Inspired by a good friend Nina Frenkel and music
Chalkboard Mural designs / illustrations
For the second edition in the Lustig Elements Collection, illustrator Nate Williams gives you the bold, playful energy of the sun and sea to hang in your home or office, to remind you of the joy of the seashore all year long. Each edition is lovingly letterpress printed in two colors by Fabrik on The Design Collection Papers by Neenah.
Available for purchase
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Inspirations: Astrud Gilberto, Sun, YMCA, Biking, Spring, Mi Amor
Inspired by Clubfeet, Grimes, MIA and the empty feeling in my chest longing to be with my family in Argentina
Claudia and JJ moved tor Buenos Aires .. Alki Beach, YMCA, Frank Ocean, Clubfeet
Created this work listening to one of my favorite bands Brazilian Girls
Cover story for Sierra Club Magazine
Art Director: Tracy Cox
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"Who could have known such a small phone could have hidden such a BIG world?"
Welcome to the whimsical world of Hank and snOliver. Come along on an incredible journey through the Bubble Gum Meadow and see the treasures that await you when you involve curiosity, play and discovery in everything you do. Give this book to someone who you think should PUT DOWN THEIR PHONE.
"Everyone knows what they want to be except me!"
Welcome to the whimsical world of Hank and snOliver. Come along on an incredible journey to "Planet Basketball" to solve this question and learn how to involve curiosity, play and discovery in everything you do. Give this book to someone who likes to EXPLORE.
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I can't thank my publisher enough for taking a risk to publish my books and for supporting my creative vision with confidence. Thanks Suzanne Taylor and the rest of the Gibbs Smith crew for all your great energy and awesome support!
ILUSTRAFIC (Illustration Conference) was a fantastic event, great speakers, wonderful hosts, students with awesome questions ... a great time. Valencia is very beautiful city. I really hope to return one day. Valencia, Spain June 19, 20 and 21st, 2013 http://www.ilustrafic.com/en
Most Photos below by Alice Ventin
Things are always more impressive if they are bigger than you. A college professor told me anything bigger than us we pray to and anything smaller than us we step on.
"If you keep talking I am leaving in 2 minutes"
The creACTIVISTS - Getting Kids to play with art and ideas
Apparently, I am a left handed widower according to the Spanish newspapers ;)
At first I thought I was deaf ... but was relieved when I found out I was just left handed http://verlanga.com/ilustracion/cuando-los-ilustradores-dominaron-la-tierra/
I should probably be talking about illustration here .. but hey I want to talk about my feelings :) like a good artist
Skate Park in Valencia. Graffiti .. check!
The Mrs. in a hamster ball
Futuristic looking buildings ... and yes I imagined this as my home
Which came first? The chicken building or the egg building?
Public Market ... pig head ... no big deal
"The water of Valencia"
Milo is now 9 years old
Milo has grown a lot this year. Soccer is his passion and he remains a huge Boca Jrs. fan. Milo is extremely affectionate. He's spends a lot of time playing video games, on Facebook and has recently developed an interest in World War II history. Highlights from this summer: Lake Powell with family, Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center, Cowabunga Bay and hiking around the Utah mountains.
Milo is now 8 years old :)
Milo has become interested in music and started dancing this year. He is still very in to playing soccer. Currently he like Boca Jrs. again.
Milo is now 7 years old :)
Milo no longer believes in my magic tricks nor that I have "The Force". He's still obsessed with futbol probably even more than he was before. Milo is great with all his brothers and sister (Lucas, Luna, JJ) but he's really fantastic with JJ (1.8 yrs old). He's very affectionate, plays with him a ton and includes him in almost everything. Milo has really developed his own sense of humor and is constantly saying unexpected funny things. Milo is a Boca fan for the most part, but every once in awhile changes his allegiance to River for a week or so and searches youtube to learn all the futbol songs.
Milo is now 6
.. he's less into Batman, obsessed with Futbol, loves Boca Juniors, wants to hear stories about when he was younger, could survive on noodles and cereal, doesn't like when I speak Spanish, likes to ride the bike with me, asks funny questions, he's super affectionate with his little brother, likes to play electronic games, in general he draws people playing futbol and explosions.
Time flys when you are watching trains, drinking "lechita", and chasing birds at the park ..