Los Angeles based photographer David Hill puts together a video showing all the layers that went into 11 Adventure Series images. The Photoshop files are deconstructed in After Effects showing even minute details … quite close to 3D photo composites.
Alexandra Bonomo was born in 1983 on the island of Manhattan. Despite a keen interest in Graphic Design, her watercolours speak for themselves. She completed her Graphic Design course at Parsons School of Design, New York, and currently working on some personal art projects.
Julian De Narvaez was born in Bogota, Colombia, in 1977 and graduated as a graphic designer at the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University in 2002, and in web development in 2004 at the same university. He attended National Art Institute IUNA, Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2009 for specializing in media and technologies program for artistic production. Julian De Narvaez’s work has appeared in various media channels in Colombia and Mexico since 2002.
He currently works with different editorial and design agencies in England, United States and South America.
Erick Oh is a Korean animation artist based in California, USA. He spent most of his life in Korea where he started producing a variety of work, in which the boundaries were blurred between media and contents. Even though it is in animation where Erick feels most comfortable as his main tool to communicate and interact with the viewer, he would not consider himself only as a film maker but as an artist who continues trying to expand the definition of animation and art.
‘How to eat your Apple’ is an extension of Erick’s recent illustration series in the form of an animated poem. It is without a protagonist, a defined narrative, set point of camera view or any other aspect of mainstream film language; ‘How to eat your Apple’ surrealistically portrays human nature and its essence in the circle of life, its change and death as shown by re-compositing various symbols and objects. This piece flows more like a moving illustration than an animated film, and connects to Erick’s other static illustration pieces and written stories which finally culminates to one big quintessential question on life.