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Volcom Art Loft Artists Share Their Sketchbooks
There's nothing quite like the endless possibilities that the blank canvas of a fresh sketchbook represents. We gathered some of the artists from the Volcom Art Loft to share how sketching has played a significant part in their lives and still continues to to this day. Pick up a Volcom sketchbook for only $10 or get it for Free when you spend $100 on volcom.com Patrick Carrie Aaron Mason Jamie Browne Kirk "Deadbird" Muesse Do you have any memories of spending time in class sketching instead of paying attention? Kirk "Deadbird" Muesse: As far back as I can recall, I've been told on many occasions that my doodling was disrespectful and would get me nowhere. My teachers were half right. Patrick Carrie: Definitely in 4th grade when I started drawing band logos and alternate album covers all over every inch of my binders. Jamie Browne: It's harder for me to remember a time I was paying attention in class instead of sketching in my books. Aaron Mason: I would ditch computer class, go to Dietrich's Coffee, and sketch what I called "Skate Ramps from Hell". The irony is now I work behind a computer all day. A page from one of Aaron's zines How do sketchbooks fit into your work today considering how much time is spent on computers now? Patrick: It's no secret I'm a much more of an analog-lover than a digital one. I'm always surrounded by my sketchbook and like, 30 post-it notes to keep track of ideas, sketches, artwork, notes and one-liners. Maybe it's 2 minutes with pen and paper for every 8 on a computer, give or take. Aaron: I have to make time, because if I don't I will have a man-tantrum. Having an art job makes it easy though. A lot of the graphics used for [Volcom] t-shirts start in my books. Deadbird: I just vomit into sketchbooks. Any idea, I try and get down. All ideas start there on their way to paintings or pixels. Jamie: Although computers are a crucial tool in the final stages of the design process and getting graphics ready to print I can’t stress enough the importance of sketchbooks in my daily life. They are where my ideas start out, scribbled at first then fleshed out, tweaked, refined or scrapped completely. Sketch books are where many of my final artworks still live and they clutter my desk at work and home. I also carry a small moleskin with me most of the time so I can sketch stuff down at the bar over a few coldies! A page from Jamie's sketchbook Are there any particular pens or pencils that are your favorites to sketching with? Aaron: Microns, X-acto blades and tears. Because I cry a lot. Jamie: I mostly work with pencils and Artline felt tip pens. Deadbird: I like Faber Castell pens, Artline pens, Poscas, Windsor Newton ink wells and good old fashioned elbow grease. Patrick: The pilot precise V5 is my go-to pen. I sometimes dabble with some Micron pens if I need more control over my line work, but the V5 is pretty clutch for most of my needs. That and fresh Sharpies®. A page from one of Patrick's sketchbooks Deadbird's sketchbook Another from Aaron Mason More from Patrick Some of Jamie's completed sketches Spend $100, get a free Sketchbook! Spend $100, get a free Sketchbook!Use coupon code SKETCHBOOK at checkoutTo obtain your gift with purchase on your Volcom.com purchase, customer must make an initial purchase (not including taxes or shipping) above $100 to obtain a free Sketchbook between 9:00 am PST 7/15/16 and 11:59 pm PST 8/15/16 using coupon code “SKETCHBOOK" at checkout. U.S. and Canada residents only. Returned products are not eligible for promotion. Customer may only use code on purchase from www.volcom.com. Promotion may not be applied to past purchases, taxes, shipping, or duty charges and may not be combined with any other offer, discount or coupon. Promotion may not be redeemed for cash equivalent, used to purchase gift cards or used as payment on an account. Promotion is non-transferrable. Non-U.S. residents and employees of Volcom are not eligible. Gift with purchase is subject to credit approval and product availability. Volcom reserves the right to cancel this offer at any time and to cancel order arising from pricing, technical, or other errors. Questions? Call customer service toll-free (855) 330-0188. jQuery('.terms-popup-link').magnificPopup({ type:'inline', midClick: true // allow opening popup on middle mouse click. Always set it to true if you don't provide alternative source. });
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A Tutorial For Adding Texture To Calligraphy in Volcom's "School Of Cool" with Gemma O'Brien
For the third and final episode of Volcom School Of Cool with Gemma O'Brien, Gemma wraps up this three part "How To" series of hand lettering tutorials by demonstrating how she adds texture to calligraphy by using balsa wood instead of a pen. Watch the 1st episode:
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Mixing Typography and Illustration Tutorial with Gemma O'Brien for Volcom's "School of Cool"
In the second episode of Volcom's School Of Cool, the three part "How To" series of hand lettering tutorials from Volcom Ambassador, Gemma O’Brien (aka @mrseaves101 on Instagram), Gemma guides us through combining typography with illustration. Watch the 1st episode: Gemma O’Brien Teaches You Block Lettering Techniques.Watch the 3rd episode: A Tutorial For Adding Texture To Calligraphy with Gemma O'Brien. In this lesson you will learn how to use an existing font to create letterforms and then integrate illustrated elements with watercolor. Below is a list of all the supplies you'll need to follow along with Gemma as well as link to a free download of Gemma's base alphabet guide template that she uses in the video. You will need: Watercolor paper Watercolour paint Lightbox for tracing (optional) Alphabet guide (download below) // Have a go and make sure you Instagram your creation, tag @volcomwomens_oz and #volcomschoolofcool and Gemma will pick her favorite to win the original signed artwork created by her in this tutorial! Enjoy creating!
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Gemma O’Brien Teaches You Block Lettering Techniques in Volcom's "School of Cool" Tutorial
Welcome to the first episode of Volcom's School Of Cool, a three part "How To" series of hand lettering tutorials from Volcom Ambassador, Gemma O’Brien (aka @mrseaves101 on Instagram). Who is Gemma O'Brien? Learn more about this Volcom Ambassador.Watch the 2nd episode: Mixing Typography And Illustration Tutorial With Gemma O'Brien.Watch the 3rd episode: A Tutorial For Adding Texture To Calligraphy with Gemma O'Brien. In this first lesson Gemma demonstrates the techniques to create bold block letter forms that will give your lettering dimension and a dose of strong color. Below is a list of all the supplies you'll need to follow along with Gemma as well as link to a free download of Gemma's base alphabet guide template that she uses in the video. You will need: Bond Paper – smooth and semi transparent Ruler Colour textas or pencils Lightbox for tracing (optional) Alphabet guide (download below) // Have a go and make sure you Instagram your creation, tag @volcomwomens_oz and #volcomschoolofcool and Gemma will pick her favorite to win the original signed artwork created by her in this tutorial! Enjoy creating!
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Don Pendleton Artshow Opening Party, Bordeaux, France
To celebrate the collaboration with Don Pendleton, Volcom organised an artshow at "L'Atelier Les Mains Sales”; a new venue in Bordeaux, France. The opening party took place on Thursday 17th March and was a banger, with free beers (brewed next door), cheese & ham from the close by Pyrenees mountains and of course wine from Bordeaux. Some records were spun, plenty of goodies given away and while the crowd started to warm up, Don Pendleton painted a new piece for the Bordeaux Volcom store. Cheaap (Check them out here: http://cheaap.bandcamp.com) played live and sealed the deal with a solid set, keeping party spirits high. We cleansed the night away the next day at the Volcom store Bordeaux located at 32 rue Ste Catherine with drinks and party stories whilst setting up the piece which Don Pendleton had painted the previous evening. The exhibition location is at a great site; part of an old military facility that is now home to artist workshops, a restaurant, music studios, a skatepark, plenty of DIY skate spots and more, so don’t hesitate to stop by! The exhibition is open until April 8th. Thanks to everyone who made it a great party, and especially to the Les Sauvages crew for the venue and help. Thanks also to the Darwin ecosystem and all Volcom crew that gave a hand running the bar! See the collection here: http://vol.cm/donp
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Drew Toonz X Volcom Hawaii Collection
As of recently, our Volcom Hawaii collections have been sold exclusively in Hawaii as most pieces held an esoteric meaning behind the art, but with our all-new Drew Toonz X Volcom Hawaii Collection, the art is universal as it provides 100% pure Volcom x Hawaii stoke beyond the island. Volcanos, ukuleles, palm trees, hula girls, pineapples, and more, this collection represents just a few of the aloha staples in the Hawaiian culture. The boardshort, two tees, and hat in this collection are also part of our Give Back program where a portion of the sales go directly to The Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii which has been a close-to-heart partnership for Volcom over the years in continuing to support the Hawaiian youth of today. Explore our collaboration with Philly-turned-Hawaii-native Drew Toonz HERE, and get to know the man behind the art below! Who are your favorite artists? The late great Shawn Barney Barron, Ozzy Wrong, Norman Rockwell, Matt Groening Who are your favorite bands / musicians? Too many to mention  but I'm proud to have collaborated with Pepper, Trouble Andrew, Santigold, Goons of Doom, and Lil Wayne... and did some album art for an emerging artist called Deepakalypse with Everloving Records. How did this Volcom x Drew Toonz Hawaii collection start? Volcom asked me to jump and I said "how high?" How did you decide on what to draw? Working with Volcom comes very natural to me because my ideas flow with their mana. It's never really any big decisions... it's usually the first thing that comes to mind and it always works out. What are your favorite Volcom pieces to wear? I like their fun, cartoony sock puppets and soft organic t-shirts and I have one pair of Volcom jeans I got from a thrift store in Philly and they are the last pair of jeans I'll ever need. Any last words? Aloha and Mahalo ! Drew Toonz - see more of his work HERE