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Surfrider Foundation Europe

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Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Doors to the ocean

The project “Riverine Input” aims to collect data on the plastic pollution in watercourses. These data are supposed to help municipalities to prevent the pollution before it reaches the ocean. Rain water collection systems are main pathways for litter to reach the rivers and the ocean.

The Surfrider Foundation Europe performs actions during public events like festivals to raise awareness about plastic pollution (currently in France). Manholes will be tagged with several graphics to indicate that these are “doors” to the ocean. The tags will be accompanied by the French slogan: “Jeter à terre c’est jeter en mer” (which means: to litter on the ground is to litter into the sea).

For these actions I created several street art like stencil templates. The action will take place during the Mont-de-Marsan festival fêtes de la Madeleine for the first time.

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Ocean view through a keyhole (color variants)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Ocean view through a keyhole (color variants)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Ocean view through a keyhole (b/w variants)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Ocean view through a keyhole (b/w variants)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Ocean view through a keyhole (frameless single illustrations)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Ocean view through a keyhole (frameless single illustrations)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Ocean view through a keyhole (street art mockup)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Ocean view through a keyhole (street art mockup)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Welcoming octopus cartoon (b/w illustration)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Welcoming octopus cartoon (b/w illustration)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Welcoming octopus cartoon (street art mockup)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Welcoming octopus cartoon (street art mockup)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: La mer doorbell (color variants & b/w illustrations)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: La mer doorbell (color variants & b/w illustrations)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: La mer doorbell (street art mockup variant 1)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: La mer doorbell (street art mockup variant 1)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: La mer doorbell (street art mockup variant 2)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: La mer doorbell (street art mockup variant 2)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Welcoming dolphin cartoon (b/w illustration)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Welcoming dolphin cartoon (b/w illustration)l

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Welcoming dolphin cartoon (street art mockup)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Welcoming dolphin cartoon (street art mockup)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: cartoon marine animals (color variants)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: cartoon marine animals (color variants)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Jeter à terre c'est jeter en mer (slogan typography)

Surfrider Foundation Europe – Riverine Input Project: Jeter à terre c'est jeter en mer (slogan typography)

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My Name Is Earl

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My intention to realize this personal work was simple – I just love this sitcom series created by Greg García. I enjoy the characters, the story, the cast, the entire setting and the gags, and of course that funny thing called karma. Fellow fans know that the show has been cancelled (in 2009) and left us unsatisfied with a cliffhanger. I’m still waiting for a final final season or at least a closing episode. No, I won’t lose hope, dear guys at 20th Century Fox!

As he is the title character I decided to realize Jason Lee who starred as Earl Jehoshaphat Hickey first. The ongoing project serves as both a digital painting practice and the acquirement of new techniques to me. I’m planning to illustrate more characters over the next months with no rush. The motel background will always stay the same but with varying details like the current goofs you can see (the boom operator’s microphone or that strange cable).

Because I’m also a huge fan of the work of Kevin Smith I wish he would write and direct the final season/episode. The reference to him and his View Askew Productions is just a broad hint.

Credits:
All characters and logos © 2005–2009 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. AC/DC logo © by AC/DC.
I painted the logo and the credits based on the original fonts used in the sitcom series (except Adelle).

My Name Is Earl logo font: Compacta™ by Fred Lambert
Credits font: Kaela by Harold Lohner
Additional font: Adelle by TypeTogether


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