Monday, October 30, 2006

Some Graffiti Art by Jordan Bz.

Just some old graffiti. sorry about the ones without color. "Some people become cops to make the world a better place, some people become vandals to make the world a better looking place."-Banksy

The Eko and Craze piece were done about 3 months ago. I used colored pencil to fill it in. Nice coloring, Eh?
The City Scene with the drips, is a Werk piece. Werk is my graffiti alias. The second one with the splatters is my most recent. comment it and tell me what you like. sorry no color yet.

Art to Work loves Miss Yip Chinese Cafe

We had the most fabulous lunch at our last meeting, catered by Amir from his restaurant Miss Yip Chinese Cafe on Meridian by Lincoln Road. It was a lot better than our usual sandwich fare - and fueled the artistic fires. Thanks Amir!

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Enden commercial

The entire Art to Work group collaborated on this recycled 16mm piece donated by Dinorah. We scratched, colored and embedded messages into this commercial for a dandruff shampoo...

Wandering Face - Jenna Montero

Jordan gets Cosmic too.

this is a free program downloaded from

Chelsea tries Cosmic Painter

Hi. My name is chelsea. I love to make pictures and i love COSMIC PAINTER..YEAH!

Comic Book

These are pages of a comic book I created using this super cool comic-making program called Comic Life. They're just practice, but awesome, right? -Miriam

Sunday, October 22, 2006

NitrocorpZ is the link to a super cool Brazilian design co that does motion graphics for MTV and other cloents. You can click and play clips from their work. Check it out!

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Visit to MAC

Miami Art Central's exhibition called Video: An art, a history, was pretty spectacular.
Check it out.

Friday, October 06, 2006

cool pinhole camera

This is an actual pinhole camera, made of paper. You can open the back and put in a roll of 35mm film, just like a real camera. At Art to Work, we have experimented with guerrilla-style photography (mostly because we don't have fancy equipment and a darkroom), and we've gotten some cool results.

This camera is made by Lomo, low-tech Russian camera maker.

We've also worked with Holga cameras.