New Studio

Category: Atlanta, Design, Misc., News, Studio
July 28th, 2008 by Larry

photos by Ted Ullrich

We moved into a new studio in downtown Atlanta today. The new place is right in the heart of the city and we couldn’t be happier. We’re sharing the space with Ted Ullrich who we’ve been working with all summer long. We figured we’d go ahead make it an official partnership. The space has plenty of room for photo shoots, upstairs and downstairs work stations, our screen-printing set up, a kitchen, a bathroom, and we’re even planning on hanging Medusa Armada from the ceiling by the spiral staircase. We’re going to have to come up with a nickname for our new work space. Any ideas?

I’ll post another update as we get the place up to snuff.

Medusa Armada Installation: Part 4

Category: Design, Events, Misc., News, Our Portfolio
June 4th, 2008 by Larry

photos by Ross Martin

These are the final photos of our Medusa Armada Installation at Halo Lounge last Thursday. I hardly realized how quickly the evening went by between trying Halo’s signature “Dark & Stormy” drink and catching up with everyone who came out for support.

We’re looking forward to displaying alternate versions of Medusa Armada at more events and locations. If you guys know anyone at the Georgia Aquarium, let us know!

Check out a large version of Ross Martin‘s photo of Medusa Armada after the jump.
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Medusa Armada Installation: Part 3

Category: Design, Production, We Are the Process
May 26th, 2008 by Larry

Here’s a teaser photo of our completed Medusa Armada installation that will be on display this Thursday the 29th at Halo Lounge. We need you all to come out to show that Atlanta has a great design scene. Your response could lead to more similar nights with even more artists participating.

Come by between 6 & 10pm for Free Admission. Or come later and pay a cover charge. Mention the blog and we’ll buy you a drink!

POP Art at Halo Lounge
Thursday, May 29th
6 to 10 pm for Free Admission

“Pop Art at Halo” [May 29]

Category: Events, News, Posters
May 18th, 2008 by Larry

flyer by EC

Come out and show your support for your boys (& girl) at Pop Art at Halo on May 29th. We’re unveiling our Medusa Armada 3D installation that night. It’s nice that Halo Lounge realizes the impact of the creative community here in town and wants to help showcase our work. “Ultra Lounge” type places don’t usually host events for local artists but hopefully this will be the beginning of a trend here in ATL. I guess “design” is mainstream these days. Anyway, admission is free for everyone before 10PM.

Participating Artists:
Chris Hamer of Urbn Pop, Epidemik Coalition & Ted Ullrich, Ted Murphy of Spooky Toons, Jenny “Bunns” Young of Apprentice Diaries, Ashley Zeltzer of Cartoon Network, Andrew Bellury, Pierre Cerrato, Drew Dominey, Thom Foolery, Amanda Goodbread, Jennifer Henley, Damon Hooks, Stephanie Howard, Brett Thompson, Todd Redner, Dan Young & more.

Medusa Armada Installation: Part 2

Category: Design, Production, Video, We Are the Process
May 18th, 2008 by Larry

video by Ted Ullrich

For all you process lovers, here’s a production video of our laser-cut, acrylic jellyfish for our installation in Pop Art at Halo, taking place at Halo Lounge on May 29th. We’ve been working with Ted Ullrich who has been making the concept structurally sound.

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Medusa Armada Installation: Part 1

Category: Design, Production, We Are the Process
May 8th, 2008 by Larry

photo credit: Georgios Saliaris

We were asked to create a hanging art installation to be featured in an upcoming art exhibit at Halo Lounge in Atlanta. We don’t have all the event details yet, but we’ll post them as soon as we find out more.

Realizing that a clean & sexy version of the installation can only be achieved through experimentation, we decided it would be good to begin working in real space. Today we created a rough prototype of what will be called, Medusa Armada.

Thanks to Ted Ullrich for helping us create this 3D piece from concept to execution.

More process photos after the jump. Read more »