March 2011 - Artist/Designer Allen Wen | AW177
Just wanted to update everyone on the Japan Earthquake Relief Print Series w/ the Poster Cause Project. They have donated $4,300 so far to Doctors Without Borders! Please continue to support and contribute to a great cause! Every little bit helps!
Thanks to all that helped and to those that bought my print! Remember, this is a great series of 6″x11″ prints where 75% of profits go to support Doctors Without Borders earthquake and disaster relief efforts for Japan.
You can buy mine here: AW177 Japan Earthquake Relief Print
And other great prints here: Poster Cause Project – Japan Earthquake Relief Print Series
More updates to come!
I just created a print in collaboration w/ the Poster Cause Project as part of their Japan Earthquake Relief print series. This is a great series of 6″x11″ prints where 75% of profits go to support Doctors Without Borders earthquake and disaster relief efforts for Japan. My print doesn’t have a title, and here it is:
I tried to do something new and apply a different style/twist to this design. I like how it came out. You can buy it here: AW177 Japan Earthquake Relief Poster
Please support, buy some great art and give to a great cause! Check out more prints here: Poster Cause Project – Japan Earthquake Relief Print Series
I’m also glad to report that my original Poster Cause Project poster, “Koi”, has been SOLD OUT! Thanks to all those that bought one! If you did buy one, comment on my blog, I’d love to know who you are! Thanks!!!
I’m still moving ahead w/ my “Circuit Death” limited edition tees…more news on that in the next update.
Oh and if you got some free time, go check out my interview w/ JapanCinema.net, where they have an ongoing series showcasing creative men & women who make a profound impact in the art & film community of Asian ethnicity! AW177 Interview w/ Japan Cinema
That’s it for now! Thanks all!
I have an online interview up with Japan Cinema, where they have an ongoing series showcasing creative men & women who make a profound impact in the art & film community of Asian ethnicity! Go have a read and learn more about me!
Read other awesome interviews! Japan Cinema Creative Spotlight Interviews
Props to Japan Cinema for allowing me to be a part of their great site!
It’s been a while since I last updated my blog – honestly, I’d love to do more stuff but my baby daughter has been a bit difficult to handle – I’m still struggling w/ time management, but hopefully with time, she’ll be easier to control! Anyway, I submitted a design to the Mugo discover series for their MP3 player + flash drive. They’ll choose designs from artists for their next production series and I hope mine will make it! I submitted a “Dragon Power” design (from my Elite Division Warriors concept) and you can view it on Mugo’s Facebook page here: Mugo AW177 Facebook “Dragon Power” If you like it, please comment and let them know! Thanks!
Also was thinking about making a run of limited edition tees, based on one of my favorite designs, the “Circuit Death” skull:
If produced, I’m going to try to go ‘all out’ on it, making sure it’s a great rugged product. I’m currently hunting for a screen printing company that does good work, have quality products and for a reasonable price, so if you know of any, please let me know! If you’d like one, please let me know and what size you want. Prices yet to be determined.
Last thing, watch out for my upcoming interview with Japan Cinema, where they have an ongoing series showcasing creative men & women who make a profound impact in the art & film community (http://japancinema.net/category/interviews/), of Asian ethnicity! Go have a read, some great interviews are up!!!
Thanks again for the support! Peace!