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Drawing I did. In an interview with JT, his advice to young musicians was to “stay hungry” because that has been his mantra in life. If I ever meet him, I want him to write stay hungry on a piece of paper and I want that tattooed onto me! It has become my mantra too :) always inspired by Justin
Ten year old me at the Pop Odyssey concert. Repping the JT collage which is pinned proudly on my ceiling
Hi Guys and Gals,
So, after finally graduating college I’ve decided to aggressively attack my life’s #1 dream/goal. Conveniently enough, z100 is running a contest that could help me do so. I am trying to meet Mr. Justin Timberlake!! PLEASE VOTE FOR ME following this link. z100.com/c/?3w
I’ve been in love with JT as long as I can remember. I remember the first moment I laid eyes on him. It was during the Disney Channel *NSYNC concert, and he strutted across stage to the opening of Giddy Up. Since then, my life is entirely dedicated to following his career and loving him unconditionally. In high school I realized that maybe my fandom was becoming a problem, so I tried to go a day without saying his name. It was then that I realized I manage to work JT into every conversation I have.
I’ve seen him several times in concert, at Southern Hospitality, gone to all of his movies, own his movies, own all of his CDs,I have a bottle of 901, I have a signed piece of artwork of his, I have his clothes from William Rast etc. I’d do anything and everything to meet him. SO PLEASE VOTE!
Also—if you care enough, please reblog!
These two double-page spreads of hand-lettering have been designed by Oli Frape, a letterer and illustrator based in London, for Nuts Magazine.
The magazine asked Oli if he’d like to work with them on their annual Sex Survey, producing these info-graphic like results, spelling out the word S-E-X.
Oli started illustrating professionally four years ago. after a stint in TV, and has already worked for some very prestigious clients. I asked him how it all came about:“My first job came from being found on an illustration blog where I’d set up a profile (http://www.illustrationmundo.com) Otherwise work has really just gradually grown over time. I had an agent for a while which didn’t hurt my profile but actually they never directly brought me any of the bigger client work.”“Everything I produce is hand drawn then scanned - that hand-drawn aesthetic is what I value most in my practice. In the past I’d always add colour digitally but lately I’ve been painting a lot more.”I’d contacted the Art Director last year and unlike a lot of people when you first get in touch about work, he replied straight away saying he’d have an opportunity for us to work together at some point. Eventually after nearly a year he got in touch with this job!“There was a LOT of info! We actually turned the whole project around in about 3 days from brief to final artwork. Its fair to say that I put in a couple of very long days though. We needed to keep the extra details minimal since there was so much information.
It was really fun to produce, definitely my favourite editorial job so far!