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A Galaxy of Confusion

Posted in 3-Dimensional, Color, Illustrations, Published by Gluekit on April 21, 2009

Head-Scrathing Stories - Illustration by Gluekit for Wired, 2009

Gluekit’s latest illustration for Wired Magazine. The published version appears in the May 2009 issue, which was guest-edited by Mr. J. J. Abrams of Lost fame!

Bubbling Up!

Posted in 3-Dimensional, Color, Illustrations, Photographs, Published by Gluekit on March 24, 2009

"Famous Last Words," Illustration for Wired by Gluekit, 2009

“Famous Last Words,” a recent 3-dimensional illustration by Gluekit for Wired!

Gluekit in Wired!

Posted in Black and White, Illustrations, Photographs, Published by Gluekit on February 2, 2009

Wired Magazine "Jargon Watch" (Feb 2009 issue) by Gluekit

The February 2009 issue of Wired Magazine, currently on newstands here in the U.S., features a Gluekit illustration for their Jargon Watch column (Gluekit loves speech bubbles!). We were super thrilled to be asked to do a three-dimensional black and white illustration, which follows along in the same tradition as many of our image projects. Thanks, Wired!

Oh Baby, You Look So Green!

Posted in Color, Illustrations, Published by Gluekit on November 18, 2008

Flaming Lips Illustration for Wired (Gluekit, 2008)

Wowee Zowie! We just love this humdinger of an illustration, which took us into some new vectorized territory! This was an illustration that Wired Magazine recently commissioned for an interview with Wayne Coyne from the Flaming Lips. We really liked his flaming hair and the eye dazzling background. Mmmm!

Star Trek: An Alternate Universe

Posted in Black and White, From the Vault, Illustrations by Gluekit on May 10, 2008
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This is an alternate sketch for an illustration Gluekit did last year for Wired magazine, for a short piece reviewing the the Star Trek DVD box set. We still talk about making the Party Like a Robot shirt that we created for Data. This was a super fun sketch to mock-up (lots of scissoring and cut paper fun), but we really liked the final version that ran too.

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