Friday, April 21, 2006

So this is it. Photoshop till I drop.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 3:01 pm  

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

looking at some pictures, we’ve realized my grandfather has a faux hawk

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 2:13 am  

Monday, April 17, 2006


gonna scrap that soon. Just thought it was funny.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 3:38 pm  

Saturday, April 15, 2006

Here’s what I’m doing when I’m not doing my own art or paid work. One of these comes out every week,
in color, on the back of District, which you can pick up for free at most SCAD buildings.
In other release news, CMYK should be out by now, so look for that onion peeking out of the other magazines in the design section.
Some stores take longer to get them in stock than others, but keep trying.
My grandma told me she got 10 copies. But she’s my grandma, I don’t expect you to go that far.
posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 8:38 am  

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Some photos!

I just created/updated more than 5 new galleries over on facebook, as well.
I’m trying to get a backlog of images out of the way. Also, CMYK should be out today. Just look for my shot of the onion in the design section wherever you buy magazines!

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 6:48 pm  

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

SCAD linked to my livejournal on their recognition page:


posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 12:53 pm  

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 2:04 am  

Sunday, April 9, 2006

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 5:48 pm  

Wednesday, April 5, 2006

Things are crazy. I feel like I’m just spinning around standing in place while portfolios, contest submissions, deadlines and money just fly past me. Things are getting done, but it’s too much of a tornado for me to tell. I’m trying to find the eye of the storm.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 11:10 am  

Tuesday, April 4, 2006

You can now view my stop motion animation easily on Myspace video. It was shot entirely with my 20D digital camera, Directed and photographed by myself, with art direction by Monica Ventura. Neither of us had ever done a stop motion animation of any sort, so it was sort of out of nowhere. Neil Craig helped with skeletons for the figures, Alice Lee helped on set, and Brandon Buck and Chase Griffen helped teach us a few tricks about video stuff (like how to export it. We were VERY new at this.) The original video was shot at a very high resolution, and would be at home on an HD TV. Much compression has affected it, and I apologize about the quality and strange quirks of the video you can view.

Hope you enjoy.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 9:04 am  

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