Jason Limon was born in San Antonio, Texas, where he continues to reside with his wife and two daughters. In early 2007 he moved from a twelve year career in graphic design to painting and illustrating full-time. He has had recent solo art exhibitions in New York City, Albuquerque and Chicago and a large variety of group exhibits in galleries across the U.S. and in parts of Europe. His art has been published in a variety of publications and have received awards and accolades from Communication Arts, American Illustration, Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, Print Regional and Graphis Design Annual.
AJ Frena is an illustrator from Texas who studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. AJ currently lives and works in Pittsburgh and has been commissioned by various high-profile companies in fashion and advertising and has been shown in galleries across the world, including the Margulies Collection and the Onassis Cultural Centre.
Our man and previous BBB interviewee MADSTEEZ, recently got crazy busy in the city of Dallas where he was invited by Nike to work on a massive new mural for the College Football Championships. This piece entitled “Untouchable” uses all of his signature aesthetics layered on top another for a seemingly collage styled wall.
Recently we’ve been seeing a growth in 360 degree panoramic videos coming out. Well we recently got in touch with Onion Creek Productions who worked on a music video for Wild Child entitled “Rillo Talk.” This is a perfect example of innovation in 360 degree video work. The song is chilling as well. Watch the video and see some excerpts after the jump!
Presented by LRG Artist Driven and shot by KC Ortiz in Houston, the video begins with a montage of shots of different tributes painted in memory of NEKST as well as some of his work that’s still running strong. However, the main focus of the video is VIZIE painting a memorial burner for his brother in his incredible style. Finally, the video ends with quick cuts of very rare footage of NEKST getting busy. Peep the science after the jump. May truly Nekst rest in peace.