Imaginary Friends Studios was founded by friends, Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, one of the top artists on Deviantart.com with close to 6 million page; Kendrick “Kunkka” Lim, a game designer who worked previously at a Tokyo-based game studio; and Kai “Ukitakumuki” Lim, who at 19 had already art directed two major game mods for Half-Life 2 including Hull Breach and Nuclear Dawn.
Imaginary is much more than a concept art, comics and illustration studio. With its “By-artists-for-artists” mantra and its small but ever-increasing cult-like online fan following, Imaginary truly represents a next-gen creative approach to the creative business by hot-housing its established and fresh new talents, delivering creative services and content to a global audience. <read all about them, and check out their work here>
Wow, really cool vibe. Bit of a collective of concept artists… definitely have to hook up with them!
Graduated from Tama Art
University (Department of
Painting, Oil Painting Course)
The online portfolio of Chris Newman… <see his full portfolio and find out more about him here>
Great style, and a thoroughly original take on human-droid design… love it.
The year is 20__ something something.
I stopped counting a while ago, and therefore not sure what day it is.
Humanity is virtually wiped out in a nuclear holocaust… <see the webpage here>
Not sure how popular this is, but I like some of the art and really like the whole web-page set up he’s got going on. I just tooled around a little bit, and quite like his vibe. Seems like some people putting it together in their time. Love the passion! Gonna start following this captain and see what he gets up to!
Japan has robots in just about every flavor you can imagine. There are ‘bots to care for the elderly and ‘bots to cook you ramen. There are even robots to belt out the latest pop tunes… <read full story here> @ <http://www.cnngo.com/>
Makes me think of that great dance scene in Geisha…
wouldn’t it be great to have a full-size more human robo-geisha doing a full dance? Cool stuff!
THE MOMENT NASA engineer Ernie Wright examines 6 of the 18 segments of the James Webb Space Telescope’s primary mirror in preparation for a final round of testing at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama… <read the full story here> @ <http://discovermagazine.com/>
Not sure about the whole eye-exam thing… but what an amazing photograph!! You could write a whole screenplay around that shot!