Arts and Crafts

07 September, 2006

Hey Guys! Here is my little arts and crafts project for the summer, tons of little books to send arround and to leave behind after interviews, some have been sent already, and the first leave behinds will be used soon, i will let you know how that goes.

After the break Blogarians will have a major redesign, so stay tuned for that also!


Blogger Lou Vega said...

The CD cover of Daniels Watters CD is amazing! The concept is very clear and the composition is easy to look at.

Also, what was the concept behind the hive illustration. While executed beatifully, I was a little lost. Maybe as a viewer I need to see a headline or a brief description.

9:43 PM  
Blogger Naomi said...

i love bookeeps. :) and postcards :) ^^

10:27 PM  
Blogger Mirna said...

nice larino, nice! i wish i could look through it.... so send me one :)

11:04 PM  
Blogger mauricio salmon said...

finally you post those, i've been wanting so see how the booklet turned out. now when do i get my copy parce!

12:36 AM  
Blogger Manuel Lariño said...

Lou - Thanks. Well, the hive illustration is pretty easy to explain, the magazine cover is called APIS MELLIFERA, that means Honey Bee, and the magazine has articles that waiters and clerks of different stores write critiquing restaurants, movie theaters etc...

Naomi - I do too! :)

Mirna and Mauricio - Maybe for Christmas... LOL, JK

3:53 AM  
Blogger patrick thomas said...

looks good! too bad its took you all summer for you to get your shit in gear. haha. j/k

9:12 AM  
Blogger Lou Vega said...

In that case, well done and very cool!

11:08 AM  
Anonymous Detox said...

Nice books, hope to see more of your work!

5:13 PM  
Blogger Ruperto said...

Julio...They look awesome...I want one too.

6:56 PM  
Blogger Olumuyiwa Ajagbe said...

name the price. i want one.

12:17 AM  
Anonymous Fields said...

looks fabulous manuel...very professional

10:12 AM  
Blogger Brooke Olivares said...

yeah I agree with Fields, the book look great,you should have no troubles, art directors will love them.Did you have them printed somewhere or did you hand make them?

1:47 PM  
Blogger Manuel Lariño said...

I hand made all of them, its a pain hehe, but i have everything set up now than i can make arround 15 a day, thats all day non stop... printing, cutting, stapeling etc...

11:46 AM  

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