FOOX: Schon Magazine, a Project of NINETEEN74's Raoul Keil

Jul 24, 2009 9:00:00 AM

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NINETEEN74's very own Raoul Keil put this new magazine Schon together for all creatives to join in, participate, learn, and have some fun. 

In his own words,

There’s no denying that Schön! will force you through a deep magical rapture, while arousing your senses like an optical rollercoaster. Throughout this journey be prepared for some creative whiplash that will really blow your mind.

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It is online here.

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FOOX: ToyCyte & Plastic and Plush Featured ORGAN DONORS

Feb 11, 2009 9:37:33 PM


ToyCyte's coverage of ORGAN DONORS.


Plastic and Plush's coverage of ORGAN DONORS.

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Kerian Massey: Please visit my new website and new Etsy store....

Jan 28, 2009 10:12:47 AM

Hi there,
I would love for you to come visit my new endeavors. First my website, keriansart.com

,  which I am very proud of and would love to link with any of you if you have a site you might think would meld well with mine. I have a page just devoted to friends and their businesses.
The other is my new storefront on Keriansart.etsy.com
 please, when you have a moment come take a look and perhaps get a valentines day gift for yourself or a loved one....
Thanks for looking and the support.

Kerian Babbitt Massey

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FOOX: It's Official....

Jan 22, 2009 1:00:27 AM

Check out the new & super official xxxFOOXxxx page on facebook.com!
And become a FAN!!!

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FOOX: When Good Publicity Goes Awry

Dec 2, 2008 10:27:34 AM

In Art, as in any other career, interpreting someone else's dreams and visions can prove tricky. One false move and the interpreter of those visions can put a slant on them that alters the entire concept or goal. And that's why good Art Directors, Curators, and Artists get paid the big bucks. Maintaining a strong visual theme or goal is crucial to a successful project.

Here is an example of Good Publicity turning bad. Vice Magazine, a bastion of foul-mouthed hipsters, somehow managed to turn our gentle art walk into a Revolution that even Che would be simultaneously proud and embarrassed.


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