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JUNE PARK . illustrator . nyc
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sophiafosterdimino:

I’ve been learning after affects (with varied results)

Every week or so I do a weird thing and post it on twitter, here’s a roundup.

typostrate:

Rurubu

This hybrid project is a mixture of multiple mediums and exists thanks to the creativity and expertise of the ballet dancers/models Kathleen Legassick and Meaghan Silva and the Japanese calligraphy artist Nobuhiro Sato. This series explores multiple forms of artistic expressions in an attempt of collaboration to create beauty, movement and energy. There’s something about the sweeping gestures and graceful twists that make the slashes and splatters of hiragana and katana ink characters appear as a choreographed dance. We love this work, because it combines dance with type and expresses in a very artistic way the power of lettering. Enjoy it!

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red-lipstick:

Lily Padula (USA) - 1: Lighting The Way, Crystal Cave GIF  2,3,4: Selected Images From Aliens Exist Zine  5: Burning Bridges, Personal work  6: Pushing Up Daisies, Personal work

(Source: lilypadula.com, via mokpol)

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Do Not Open

Do Not Open is the personal project of Erik Marinovich, a letterer and designer based in San Francisco. Erik remembers the good old times when you wrote a letter with a pen to your best friend. Over the years he got shirts, books, posters and more stuff from his friends. As a reply he began mailing out oversized hand adressed envelopes with a note inside saying thank you.

Some the recipients posted their envelopes to their instagram feed to show it to the audience. Do Not Open brings something that was specifically available to friends and family to the general public. All of them are one of a kind and that makes them rare, unique and awesome. Enjoy this awesomness!

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(Source: donotopen.it)

juneparkillustration:

       Grove is a decorative, display script revival of Leitura Display Swashes by June Park, inspired by tropical botany. Each letter was hand-painted with acrylic gouache, taking 1-3 hours per letter, then scanned in to be digitized. It consists of pairs with similar features, such as B and H, G and J, K and R, etc. Grove is designed to follow the same editorial purposes as Leitura Display Swashes. It could be used for any botanical- or exotic-themed magazine article, titling, invitation card and product design for home goods.

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