“I don’t appreciate myself or my work being labeled or defined by people, and I have repeatedly and purposely attempted to defy all conventional wisdom as it pertains to ‘the rules’ of our industry…The phrase ‘do what thou wilt’ as written by Francois Rabelais and associated with the philosophy of Thelema is the word of the law I live and work by.”
Duster gives up the goods – and some saucy pull quotes! – on FG art direction and general graphic rules (or lack thereof) to live by in this web feature on Behance.com.
“Looking Thru the B-Sides” follows the adventures of a skater named “Ollie” as he is off on a quest to find his lost skateboard. What starts off as a casual trip to the skate park, turns into a wild trip down the rabbit hole and ends up in a way that Alice In Wonderland could never imagine. Part adventure, part love story, always ready for the unexpected – come along as we go Looking Thru The B-Sides.
Check out FG art director Dust La Rock’s contribution to the Panos, Fake Streetsigns exhibit currently showing live on the streetlights and lampposts of Lyon, France. The full gallery is up here – our dude’s in good company!
Michael C. Place is a English designer, former member of the Designers Republic (I’ll get to them in another post) and the artist featured in this French advertisement (with a song you may have heard). Now if i could only get Pritt to send me some of those correction rollers..
For some time now I’ve had a hobby of collecting banana related Ts, so you can imagine my excitement when I stumbled upon the above gem from Mishka. COPPED! If you ever come across any banana ts, let me know. Otherwise, there is one banana T that I won’t be able to wear, but would look great on you.
Check out Grotesk’s 12ozPROPHET blog feature on FG art director Dust La Rock’s personal (and dare we say PRETTY FRICKIN SWEET) collection of vintage adidas and related Olympic memorabilia. It’s a welcome little look into the mind of the man who makes us all look good!
Fool’s Gold design supremo (and nature enthusiast) Dust La Rock just relaunched his website with updated portfolio and such. Get a sneak peek of some upcoming FG designs – as well as dude’s many many other fine art projects (like the spacey stuff he draw-ed up for Manik skateboards in Seattle, some of which you can still pick up at the Lab) over at dustlarock.com.