The Schrödinger Project

Hi, Gang !

A lil’ experimentation made last afternoon, just for the fun of it. A tad more work on the font and it will be ready to be upgrade on my website… Maybe ?

© Julien Alday

Amis Gorilles, au revoir ! ^^

About Julien Alday

Free-lance illustrator and Lapin.

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  1. chupacabra says:

    Fuck yeah, love it!
    If I ever publish my music, YOU’ll be my cover artist!!!!

  2. Cody Tilson says:

    Look at that type, that’s interesting as hell. Great photo man, reminds me of those fetish electro-pop album covers by Die Form back in the day for some reason. Looks great man!

  3. Daniol says:

    Great textures man, keep it up !

  4. Julien Alday says:

    @ Khan: DEAL ! ;)

    @ Cody: There’s really some cool museums in Paris for shoot that kind of stuff, plus the building where made during the industrial era, so seeing those animals with metallic structures everywhere fits def’ to the stuff you mentioned. We absolutly need to take a few drinks this year ! ;)

    @ Simon: Thank you, bro’. <3 back at ya.

    @ Rebecca: Merci, ma chère. ^^

    @ Daniol: Merci Monsieur, will do !

  5. Interceptor says:

    Ah, I love this, and I love you, J.

  6. Irene says:

    Fantastic!

    It reminds me of the stop motion animators like the Quay brothers, Svankmejer, and Starevich .(I;m not looking up the spelling of those names I hope I;m close.)

  7. Julien Alday says:

    @ Loren: Love, love and love back at ya !

    @ Irene: Ha, merci beaucoup, Irene. ^^
    The Quay bros were a HUGE SHOCK the day I discovered their short movies [Something like ten years ago ? How's time flight]. They completly changed my point of view about notions such as creativity and narrative technic. I had the chance to make a poster for an European short movie convention where they plaid all their short movies at once on a big screen. Unfortunatly, they can not be there at that time. But that was a blast.

    And Svankmajer, hell yeah ! I had always be curious to sneack around the Czech Republic, there’s a huge tradition in children book and stop motion movies. So many gift artists/illustrators/movie makers there that deserved to be better known in western Europe. This guy is a god. I consider his influence going beyond the stop motion field.

    Unfortunatly, I never heard about Starevich’s art. But be sure now you mentioned him, I will make some researches about. ;)

    Thank you for the kind words, Irene.

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