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Design agency, Doubleday & Cartwright seeks a summer design intern to work out of our Brooklyn studio 3-5 days/week.
Applicants should be young, motivated, and excited to be part of a grassroots New York-based clothing brand.
This internship will have a strong focus on Garment and Apparel related design.
Selected applicate will have the opportunity of working on projects for clients such as: Nike, Carhartt WIP, Only NY, etc…
-Professional design experience considered, but not required
-Proficient in Adobe CS5 or CS6 (Photoshop & Illustrator are a must)
-Strong work-ethic/positive attitude/ready to attack all roles, large and small
-Able to work within a team as well as handle independent tasks and assignments
-Not afraid to pick up a broom or take out the trash
-Must be available 3-5 days per week (10am-6pm)
If selected, you will be working directly under the art director of the Garment Dept. You will play a role in all stages of design development from initial brainstorming, to sketching concepts, to final design execution.\
Doubleday and Cartwright will work with student-interns to help them earn credit hours, but non-students are also encouraged to apply. Most importantly, this internship is an opportunity to learn and contribute to a celebrated New York brand and should be treated and valued as such. The summer internship period begins May 1, 2013 and ends August 31st, 2013. If you will be an undergraduate this summer, you must receive school credit for this internship. You will be contacted via email only if you are selected for an interview.
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Curated by Joseph Meloy
When you’re compelled, you gotta do what you gotta do.
But what if you suddenly can’t do that anymore?
Then you gotta do what you can, and you work with what you’ve got.
In this collection of recent paintings and collages, Cassius Fouler has graffiti on the brain, and the work provides a glimpse into the nature of creative compulsion as well as the increasingly hazy line between graffiti and fine art.
Monday, February 11th, 2013
7:00pm – 10:00pm
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In celebration of Klughaus Gallery’s one-year anniversary, we are thrilled to announce “Snap Back – Dangerous Drawings About New York,” a dual artist show featuring Brooklyn natives RIME (Jersey Joe) and TOPER. “Snap Back” will feature illustrations and paintings that integrate elements of the artists’ past experiences living in New York City; each piece is inspired by a personal story. “TOPER is one of my oldest friends and a very talented guy with a very interesting life experience,” says RIME. “This show aims to tap into our life experience coming up in New York.”
Best known for his explosive use of color combined with dynamic lettering and innovative characters, RIME started painting graffiti in Staten Island in 1991. He spent many years mastering his style throughout New York and New Jersey and had achieved international recognition for his distinct aesthetic by 2003. In 2005, RIME moved to Los Angeles to concentrate on fine art. It was also in 2005 that he became a member of the legendary crew MSK. This marks the first time in almost a decade that RIME will be headlining a show back in his hometown.
TOPER grew up painting alongside such legends as Dash Snow (SACE), REVS, DG, SETUP, SCOPE, and of course, RIME, after the two met growing up in Staten Island. TOPER’s name has been known and respected in the New York graffiti art scene since the mid-to-late 1990s as a writer known for his distinctive New York street-motivated style, a technique he is now channeling into his fine art.
Not much is known to the world about the bizarre countries within Central Asia all ending with ‘stan. ‘Meet the Stans’ documents the journey of a group of various skateboarders traveling along the ancient Silk Road traversing China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan.
Featuring Dave Bachinsky, Jimmy McDonald, Laurence Keefe, Dan Zvereff, Stas Provotorov, Gosha Konyshev, Walker Ryan, Kenny Reed and Michael Mackrodt.
Directed, Filmed & Edited by Patrik Wallner
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We had a chance to produce and illustrate an animation for Grantland based off an amazing story from mister Jalen Rose. Jalen, former NBA player and basketball legend gave us plenty of material to have fun with. Extra props to Stephan Halker for the illustration and the Doubleday and Cartwright family for the animation and directing.
This article was posted by Grotesk 11 months, 3 weeks, 2 days, 12 hours, 10 minutes ago.
Please come support tonight the Andy Kessler Foundation.
Great artworks to buy for a good cause.
The mission of the Andy Kessler Foundation is to provide community
outreach to people in need through art, music, skateboarding and surfing.
The Foundation supports the development and improvement of New York
skate parks,sponsors scholarships to action sports camps,
and participates in related artistic and athletic workshops.