So...for anybody still following this through Blogger, I have recently switched to Wordpress.
URL is still blog.streisguth.com
07 June 2010
Finally got around to rebuilding my website with Indexhibit (in the middle of the night, of course). The link to blog.streisguth.com is a bit out of whack, but the main URL (streisguth.com) is working fine and dandy. I posted photos from my show over at TrickGo, and will be posting more content more easily than before. Please check back in the next few days to see what's up. I'll make a point to announce the grand re-release on Facebook when it's all up to par.
Posted by Steve at 9:54 PM
10 May 2010
I was recently commissioned by my friend Justin Rubich to help out with a sculpture that he was to produce for the front of our school. Soon, I found myself responsible for producing a clean, vectorized image that could be blown up to 22 feet tall. The large 'E' should be visible from around 1000 or so feet away. Images are courtesy of Justin's blog, where you can read more about his piece here and the production. I believe it comes down at the end of May, so take a look at it while you can!
26 March 2010
I mentioned in an earlier post that I had a personal photo project going since around November, and I thought I'd like to share some of the photos on here to entice you all to follow that as well. I started using my camera phone to capture compositions, colors, etc that I could use as fodder for later work. No editing is done, compositions are cropped in the viewfinder, and because I text it immediately to a post on the site, I don't have to ever think about uploading at a computer. Some of these were sent while driving (not safe!), others while in the middle of the woods, and one or two from the top of a mountain. I opted for a clean layout, and let the images say whatever they had to. The quality is interesting, and may not always be the best, but I see it as an evolution of instant low-fi photography. Also, if anyone else is on Tumblr, please let me know! I'd love to follow you as well.
Posted by Steve at 12:16 PM
19 February 2010
11 February 2010
Proud to say I finally got into Society of Illustrators! I love the work that I've seen in those catalogs; there were always a ton of them hangin around the studio. Tim O'Brien was on the inside cover of most of them, sometimes with a fishing hat on. Tim also told me just in time that I could still enter. Thanks again buddy!
Check it out!
Posted by Steve at 9:05 PM