Hi there. We’ve been super busy in the studio lately and haven’t been able to keep up with letting you know about what we’re working on as much as we’d like to. The best way to keep up with what we’re up to is to follow us on instagram: @antidesigns.
As we’ve been furiously creating things over the past few months, our talented friends have been doing so as well. Here are a couple process videos from our pals Josh Falk, Dana Woulfe, Nick Z and MrNVR:
Matthew Zaremba is a multimedia artist who splits his time between Brooklyn and Boston. His work draws influence from an upbringing that instilled in him the importance of adventure, freedom and individuality, and from his experiences and involvement in criminal subcultures.
In 2011 he shifted his creative focus to photography and created “Beautiful Then Gone”, a project that serves as a means to capture the human condition and the inevitability of life’s fleeting moments. His work has been exhibited throughout the US and has been featured on various international sites.
And let me tell you, he takes a mean photo. Be on the lookout for a Matt Zaremba x AntiDesigns collabo in the very near future.
Armory Week is soon approaching, which means the third installment of DYSTOPIA FILTER is right around the corner. This year’s show is bigger and better than ever, with a roster of 31 artists working in a wide range of media:
Exactly one year ago today AntiDesigns owner / artist Jay LaCouture quit his career to pursue AntiDesigns full-time. To celebrate, we’ve taken the 7-year old tangled mess of a website, stripped it down and rebuilt it. The new, simplified look and feel represents our current direction more closely and will serve as a fresh starting point for future projects and collaborations.
Over the past year, AntiDesigns has been a part of some very interesting projects that will serve as a foundation for what’s to come in the near future. Here’s a small collection of the photos that were taken throughout the year, and a video retrospective of the last year in print: