For some graphics on Internet I developed a specific sequence: Make a drawing with Indian Ink on thick paper and let it dry Put some St. Petersburg Watercolours over the image and let it dry Make a digital photo of the result Guide it through a Roy Lichtenstein application to set the forms and tones like Roy would have done it. The results are now on some Facebook groups as.. Read More
Made some new 3D logos for the IUOMA with the MyRywell 3D pen and they got finished today. They always have a front and backside and have become lovely objects too.
Outgoing enveloppe to Heleen de Vaan in Amstelveen, Netherlands. The photo above shows how the backside looks. The stickers indicate the city the enveloppe is supposed to go to. On the other side only the zipcode is mentioned, so that should work. With Mail-Art you should involve a little play for the postal workers too. In the Netherlands they mostly seem to like it. It also ‘breaks’ the day with.. Read More
Made two more IUOMA logos to complete the set. This time with ABS plastics and the 3D pen.
A new logo for the IUOMA made with the 3D pen on April 29th 2016 by Ruud Janssen
On April 24th 2016 I made this new IUOMA logo with a 3D pen using PLA plastics (White, grey, black and brown). An experiment to see if you can construct any logo you want and have the object instantly in your hands. On the backside of the object you can see the structure created with the white PLA which was the basis for the logo. I signed it with IUOMA.. Read More
This is a new image for an IUOMA address label, rubber stamp and whatever else… Image by Ray Johnson and Carl Chew. Design by Mike Dickau. Art Direction and Production by The Sticker Dude & Jack Lattemann. Coming soon to your in/mail boxes!
For the 2016 works this new logo was made and will be used in the new months of the new year
Some logo’s and leftovers from the 25 year celebration of the IUOMA.
The IUOMA has many sides. When you are looking for PR materials and/or logo’s to use, than you should have a look at the blog that is made especially for that purpose: http://iuomalogos.blogspot.nl/ On that blog you find all kind of samples. The IUOMA doesn’t use just one logo. The network of artists creates their own logo’s and shares them with eachother. Whenever a logo is designed, it is distributed.. Read More