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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

End of Summer Illos - Jason Raish

My buddy Illustrator Marco Pardo in Barcelona asked me to take part in a project put together by Spanish illustrator Elenio Pico (who is a professor at Escola Massana in Barcelona). He got a group of artists together and printed their art on sails for small boats that float in fountains around Barcelona.

This one is my boat

cover of the travel section for the washington post about time shares and all the crap that rains down on you when you take part in them. Such as dealing with points, paperwork, incentives, and pitches

why oh why did i pitch an idea with so many intricate objects?

spot for Times Higher education in the UK about some education organization and how secretive they are about their testing methods. They are like ninjas. The deadline was super tight so i only had one shot at the ninja and had to leave everything the way it fell. or else i would have done it until i got it the way i wanted. Maybe i will revisit ninjas later on but for now they go back onto the pile of personal projects i have going on.

spot illustration for Emmy Magazine, which is the magazine that gets mailed to all the members of the Academy of Television Arts and Science (aka TV's Emmy Awards). Its about some guy who was on a game show and lost but came away with a borrowed shirt from the guy who played Carlton on the Fresh Prince of Bel Aire.

spot for Jazz Times magazine about Jazz musicians and the ear damage they receive.


Raul Allen said...

What a nice project, love your boat!
You are totally insane, you know that, right? I mean look at all that going on in there. Crazy, crazy, so much fun...

Jason Raish said...

thanks raul. too bad i could't have seen you in Spain. i heard you were somewhere out there in a smaller town.

Chris Whetzel said...

Love those ear-drums!!!!!!

pw! said...

ear drums are crazy! my older brother was a drummer and went to a gun firing range to purchase headphones to wear when he played. he says he still suffers from a permanent ringing. and yet, your work is always so much fun to look at, no matter the subject!