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Alex Feliciano
Attended NWSA
Lives in Atlanta, Ga
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Oscar is Rollin' and ah rockin' with the neighbors!
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Building all sorts of stuff. Garage full of kids!
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Making travel watercolor sets with "Altoids Small" tins and Legos. Alex Feliciano configurable watercolor set how to, goo luck and happy painting.
Making a travel watercolor set out of an Altoids Small tin. I wanted something I could easily pocket, sturdy, a ulta compact. I have been super happy with this solution, it is a modification of others I have found online. The...
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#RorschachDoodle I see a cat wearing a moth hat in a cozy sweater
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#RorschachDoodle I see a white shelled turtle on a white sandy beach
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New Thunder Lizard mask... http://www.scaryfriends.com/blog/?p=227
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Hola, I would like to know what you all think. So I have been advising clients away from skeuomorphism in thier designs. You may ask, “Why would you do that, skeuomorphism is dope.” and your right it is cool, but when we go to production the tangental aspect is quickly overshadowed by business needs and dynamic integration quickly blows up budgets. It looks great in the comp, but many times ends up getting scrapped in production.
I love design for design sake, (it’s called art) and in time skeuomorphism design will settle into a nice place so will “flat”. “Flat” for now, will be the new rounded corner. It will be used in places it’s not needed and everything will look like a 50′s ad campaign. This “flat” idea will spin itself out as a new style emerges and replaces “flat”. Maybe a representative monochromatic style (super flat), or using only CSS3 (code flat), or pure line work (anti flat). The great thing is good design will persist.
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Made the paster outer case and de-mould. It pulled out super well! The original is almost perfect.
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Pen and ink, cut paper, collage, super awesome rockin little pieces. Hive Gallery show in MAY!!! Doing a lot of cooking!
Watching out for sleep and future me's, if you see one (future me) watch out for the lasers.
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Making robots with the kids.
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#RorschachDoodle I see two people reading across from each other
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UX Developer
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  • UX Developer, present
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Atlanta, Ga
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Davie, Florida - Miami - South Miami - Downtown Miami - Los angeles - 90031
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I love my moustache, I miss my moustache.
Introduction
In 1987 Shape and Color met a kid and they where friends. Pulled in and out of school Alex played alone with Color and Shape. Later Graffiti showed up and wanted to play. Over the next few years Alex studied plein air painting with Bob Gross, studio painting with Laura Tan, was challenged with 3d design by Jim Hunter and instructed in figure drawing by Thomas Wyroba.
 His paintings reflect his childhood nightmares and triumphs. His imagery is of lonely monsters and untethered family life that is always moving and vibrant.
 As an adult Alex continues to move about. In 2000, Feliciano moved to Atlanta then in 2004 he moved to Los Angeles and in 2009 he moved back to Atlanta. Now settling down with a family Alex continues to participate in group exhibitions and solo shows on each coast. A firm believer in continuing education, Alex can be found working with watercolors in the park or collaborating with fellow artists on large studio canvases. This fervor for creating lends a deeply psychological undercurrent to much of his work.
Education
  • NWSA
    fine art, 1993 - 1995
  • nwsa
    1992 - 1995
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Good coffee, food, and deserts. Lot of room to spread out, easy set up and work.
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