Quick shot of the titling for "Zoo", an upcoming art exhibition.
almost 3 years ago
some awesome things happening here, very nice!
Beautiful work! I am intrigued by this show...please tell me more
Ha! Well, since you asked...
Zoo, or A Motley Menagerie of Magnificent Mammalia
Featuring New Artwork by: Jacqui Oakley, Steve Newberry, Kyle Reed, Jamie Lawson, Dushan Milic, Jen Hsieh & Dan Brandon.
With Words From: Judith Scholes & Carolyn Veldstra
This typography is 100% swell. Love it.
Those are some lovely flourishes.
I'm in love with this.
Goodness, this is beautiful.
I really like the line work (despite I really hate zoos).
more circus feel in this one the zoo, still really nice typo!
awesome type choice & typographic composition, love it.
Absolutely gorgeous typography, especially in "ZOO." Is that all hand drawn, or part of a font family?
by Jacqui Oakley
Does the guar have any chance against these monkey hordes? Time will tell.
Section of a larger painting I'm working on for the upcoming ZOO show in Hamilton, ON, July 8 opening. More here: http://jacquioakley.com/zoo-art-exhibit-july-8-opening-hamilton
almost 3 years ago
Thanks Patrick! The "Zoo" part started with a font - pretty sure it was Dextor or something, but a Z and two Os are pretty simple shapes, so the font-scaffolding was taken down pretty early in the process.
Holy poly this is awesome!
Here's a slice of the new piece for the Zoo show, "The Fabulous Night Panther". The name's taken from a translation of an Algonquin word & was too awesome to pass up when I found it. I was planning on doing some elaborate work on this piece, but I'm having second thoughts - it's almost looking finished to me... what does anyone else think? Maybe embellish the "panther" a bit?
Here's the Zoo lettering applied to the window of Loose Canon Gallery for the opening of the Zoo show. More at http://polystudio.ca/work/zoo/ and check some shots from the show at Jacqui Oakley's blog: http://jacquioakley.com/zoo-art-exhibit
over 2 years ago
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