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Sunday, July 10, 2011
Beautiful photography by Harper Smith, talented fashion photographer...Harper’s work has been featured in publications such as Nylon, Hooligan, Blend, Foam, Factory, Remember Paper and Tokion.
Fensler Films is a video production company, based in Chicago, Illinois and headed by Eric Fensler. The company gained a reputation for a series of short films which parodied the public service announcement safety messages used at the end of every episode of the 1980s animated series G.I. Joe. Fensler re-cut them, in some cases adding new animation, and dubbed them over with new audio, frequently nonsensical non-sequiturs. A number of the films specifically poke fun at the low quality of animation common in cartoons of the era, pointing out poor in-betweening and lip syncing. Fensler Films received a cease-and-desist order from Hasbro resulting in the removal of all G.I. Joe videos from the official site. Recently, they have reappeared on the site.
Fensler Films also did some Sealab 2021 TV spots for Adult Swim. The spots mirrored the previous G.I. Joe PSAs in tone and execution, as they were animated and dubbed in a similar fashion.
Fensler contributed music videos for the songs "Don't Mess With Illinois", "Hand Over Fist" and "Special Effect" by his fellow Chicagoans, electronic music group TRS-80. He also produced a music video for Daniel Johnston's song "The Monster Inside of Me", using footage from the Captain America animated series from the 1960s.
Check out Fenslerfilm.com
Born in St. Louis, MO, 1956
Currently resides in Los Angeles, CA
Education Yale University, MFA.
Pomona College, BA 1979
See more work by Andrew HERE
Erik on Erik:
My name is Erik Jones
I'm a freelance artist
I work primarily in Gallery work and comics, comic covers to be exact.
I've Illustrated the covers for the series The Unknown ,Nola and illustrated the cover to the comic book adaptation to Jennifer's Body, published by BOOM! Studios.
I've done work for Marvel comics, Warner Brothers, Draftfcb, and many more.
My focus is drawing the female form and painting sexy, powerful woman with a provocative look.
Here are my official sites:
Online clip for the social campaign/project "o2 Think Big" by o2 Telefonica.
For more information on this great project go to o2thinkbig.de or o2thinkbig.co.uk/en/
Director/Design: Lucas Zanotto / lucaszanotto.com/
Assistant: Philipp Rudler
Production company: Sehsucht Berlin
Agency: VCCP Berlin
Client: o2 Telefonica
Producer: Christian Gemeiner, Julia Rudloff
CD: Mate Steinforth
Compositing: Philipp Rudler, Helge Kiehl, Lucas Zanotto
Agency / VCCP:
Producer: Michael Opitz
AD: Jessica Philipp
Copywriter: Phillipp Löffel
Bill Durgin received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Tufts University in conjunction with School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1995. And in 2000, Bill received his Masters in Fine Arts from California College of Art (CCA) in San Francisco.
Bill’s work has appeared in galleries throughout the country including, most recently, the 2008 SMFA Traveling Scholars exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and a Solo show, Figurations, at Merge Gallery in New York. He has also exhibited at Judy Goldman Fine Arts in Boston, SF Camerawork, jennjoygallery in San Francisco, and Ego Gallery in Barcelona, Spain. In 2006 he was named as a Surface Avant Guardian award winner. His work has also been published in Paper, Corduroy, Elle, New York, Time Out New York, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and Art News, to name a few.
Bill lives in New York City
For more Bill:
Bill Durgin \ Saatchi Online \ Yatzer