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RED NOSE STUDIO
for Blasted Church Vineyards
Label for the long-awaited OMG Sparkling Wine
PIETER VAN EENOGE, YELENA BRYKSENKOVA, RED NOSE STUDIO, DINARA MIRTALIPOVA, EMILIANO PONZI and GABRIELLA BAROUCH
recognized by the Society of Illustrators 56th Annual Exhibition
Red Nose Studio recently illustrated for The New York Times’ piece Eat My Dust where writer, Steven Kurutz, tested a half-dozen portable air purifiers in an attempt to alleviate allergies. The article ran in last week’s Home & Garden section.
Yelena Bryksenkova, Eleanor Grosch, Bella Pilar, Red Nose Studio and Nate Williams each contributed artwork to the 19th Annual Children’s Book Art Silent Auction, part of BookExpo America at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. All proceeds from the auction support efforts opposing the censorship of children’s books and authors, including The Kids’ Right to Read Project, Banned Books Week and the ongoing legal efforts working on behalf of children’s books and authors nationwide.
The auction takes place on Wednesday, May 29th from 5:30 to 7:30pm in the River Pavilion of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The art can be previewed online with some of the pieces available for bidding prior to BookExpo America as part of a special online auction, opening Saturday, May 18th at 9am and closing Friday, May 24th at 9pm.
Red Nose Studio’s Chris Sickels is one of thirteen artists contributing artwork to the annual MicroVisions auction at the Society of Illustrators in New York. Each piece measures 5×7 inches with all proceeds benefiting the Society of Illustrators student scholarship fund. The eBay auction goes live Tuesday, April 23rd and will end Thursday, May 2nd at 7:00pm. Chris’ piece ‘Waiting for Shackleton’ was inspired by Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Trans-Antarctic Expedition in 1914. Visit Chris’ blog to see preliminary sketches and read more about the piece.
Start bidding here!
There will be a Happy Hour and Opening Reception celebrating MicroVisions at the Society of Illustrators on Wednesday, April 24th from 6:00 to 10:00pm. The artwork will be on display until Saturday, May 18th.
Society of Illustrators, 128 E. 63rd St., New York, NY
We’re pleased to announce that several Magnet artists were recognized by American Illustration and will appear in either the AI32 annual or on THE ARCHIVE as part of American Illustration’s website collection. Ana Bagayan, Gordon Wiebe and Nate Williams each had work chosen to appear on THE ARCHIVE, while Emiliano Ponzi, Graham Roumieu, Jungyeon Roh, Pieter Van Eenoge and Red Nose Studio had their work selected to appear as full-pages in the annual.
The AI32 book and THE ARCHIVE will launch November 6th-7th at American Illustration’s two annual events – The Party and BIG TALK – in New York City.
Congratulations go out to all!
CHOSEN – Ana Bagayan
CHOSEN – Gordon Wiebe
CHOSEN – Nate Williams
SELECTED – Emiliano Ponzi
SELECTED – Graham Roumieu
SELECTED – Jungyeon Roh
SELECTED – Pieter Van Eenoge
SELECTED – Red Nose Studio
Red Nose Studio’s Chris Sickels will host a stop-motion animations workshop at the Society of Illustrators in New York this Saturday, April 20th, 2013 from 1:00 to 5:00pm. Click here for more information or to purchase tickets.
From the Society of Illustrators website:
Join the Society and sculptural/ 3D illustrator Chris Sickels, the artist behind Red Nose Studio, for a bare bones, lo-fi stop-motion animation workshop that is an opportunity to submerge into a miniature world of Red Nose characters that you and your fellow participants bring to life via 24 minuscule movements/frames per second.
The workshop will focus on the basics of hands on stop-motion animation: The first 30 minutes will include a demonstration on incremental movements and capturing of individual frames. We will use a set with ready made environmental elements, characters, props, etc. that are then composed and animated by the group as a whole. The goal is to utilize off-the-cuff story telling and ‘spontaneous’ animation and discover what can come from a group of creatives being run through a crash course on one of the most tedious ways of creating movement in film.
$100 non-members, $90 members
Space is limited to 20 participants so please RSVP soon!