#32: Eric Dallimore New Orleans native Eric Dallimore is a many-faceted artist: A large-scale sculptor, photographer and installation artist, whose work ranges from a public-art piece built from the wreckage of homes lost to Hurricane Katrina to a yearlong photographic documentation of the Denver d ... More >>
Havok, on tour in Europe right now with Cephalic Carnage, Suffocation and Fallujah, is preparing to release its new album, Unnatural Selection, on Tuesday, June 25. The ten-track album, the band's fourth release overall and the followup to 2011's Time Is Up, was produced by Havok frontman David Sanc ... More >>
The Grammys are supposed to be "music's biggest night." Unfortunately, the only person who truly believes this is the copywriter who came up with that tagline. There are easily five festivals every year with stakes to the same claim. One of the highlights of this year's Grammys was a Bruno Mars/Stin ... More >>
Here at the Wild-Urban Interface Desk, we're puzzling over the new logo just unveiled by Rocky Mountain National Park in celebration of its centennial, chosen two years early from close to a hundred entries. As you can see, it's a highly retro design, strong on pine cones and columbines and the prom ... More >>
Once you recognize Kevin Hennessy's singular style, it's hard not to notice his work all over Denver. "I used to do the specials on the chalkboard at City, O' City when I worked there -- they'd leave me on the clock and let me (design)," says Hennessy, whose official job at the restaurant was much m ... More >>
Urban adventure races and downtown scavenger hunts have become old hat in adrenaline-conscious, wheel-happy Colorado. But when AIGA Colorado, the regional design association, decides to put on an outdoor event, you know it's going to be of a very different type. To that end, letterpress typographer ... More >>
Tuesday, September 13, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-830-8497.
"Serious and normal."Danielle Coughlin is a graphic designer and artist who creates online identities for other businesses at her design hub, www.dcmedia-design.com. "This is my passion," says Coughlin. "But I'm not even a year old -- I turn one next month, so I'm hoping to build this up." Be ... More >>
Bigger image belowPardon us for a minute while we marvel at the cover art for the new Snake Rattle Rattle Snake record, would ya? Don't mean to gush, but... wow! As you can see below, Ravi Zupa simply outdid himself, and Kit Peltzel has put it all together in a way that more than does the ban ... More >>
Internetarcheology.comOur nostalgia for the Internet of old continues this week, as we have recently discovered the Geocities-izer, a way to make any website look and feel just like it used to. Simply put your URL of choice into the this world wide web throwback processor thingy and voilà -- ... More >>
Pretty much sums it up.It takes some wading through sludge of child pornography, gore, rampant racism and herp-a-derp-check-out-my-dubs threads, but the best thing (and possibly the only truly good thing) about /b/ has always been the memes, little image-based internet in-jokes that people re ... More >>
The old logo.Many of the bigger craft breweries across the country overhaul their image every three or four years, adding beers to the lineup, changing their look or their labels. But time moves a little slower in Idaho Springs. "We are doing a whole image revamp," says Steve Indrehus, the ... More >>
Flier design doesn't have many proven rules, but there is one that is nearly irrefutable: cartoon demon babes are always a good idea. Toss in some fire effects, and it's next to impossible to resist the urge to stare longingly at our pick this week, which combines some simple lines with ridic ... More >>
Last week's cover story, "Extra Bold" deconstructs the weird, wonderful world of Denver designer Rick Griffith, a man who's constantly scrutinizing how words and letter-forms are used everywhere -- including the Denver School System. Griffith might be on to something, since a new paper report ... More >>
See bigger version at thedenveregotist.comLeading today's Denver Blogs round-up is a post that not-so-subtly explains the realities of paying for graphic design. You can have great and fast graphic design, but you'll get what you pay for, opines the Denver Egotist, but originally created b ... More >>
It Ain't Love
The documentary American Artifact highlights the history of rock poster art.
AIGA Colorado melds skateboarding, graphic design and a mentoring program.
Denver Art Museum
The Denver Art Museum gains one curator and loses another.
Thursday, March 22, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
Pick fresh prints at Red Delicious Press.
Herbert Bayer's genius is on display at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Rex Ray: Recent Work
Open Press LTD
Emily Griffith Opportunity School
Sweet Lily's Toy Company
Michael Paglia's brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.