After a copious amount of preparation we are proud to present you with our 30th exhibition. Flow was interpreted as a reflection of the creative process, or "flow", that we all experience. This expanded into concepts as diverse as quantum physics, expressive portraits, spiritual beings, and fluid dynamics. For more information and images visit the exhibition page - FLOW.
From the psychedelic abstract works of James Merril, to the energetic scenes captured by our featured artist Aaron Campbell, to the sublime photographs of Linus Leandersson, you’re in for a visual feast accompanied by the ambient soundscapes of our audio director, Keith Alban, and many other Evoke musicians. Bring the colors, bring the noise, bring on the new age! A monumental release. One full year in the making. AGE doesn’t represent merely another step down the same path; on the contrary it is an exhibit expressively characterizing the paradigm shift within the collective. All the pent up energy, the motive force behind the recent changes in our group were channeled simultaneously into one hundred of the most drop dead gorgeous works we’ve ever produced — Ted Yavuzkurt Check out more about the XXII Age Exhibition XXII by Aengus Tukel LM-N by Aengus Tukel and James Merrill Singularity by Nick Taylor and H. Dyst Winterson Fury by Yvan Feusi Age is just a number... by Berthjan Achterop Remerge by Courtney Wooster Baltimore City tap water by James Merrill Ehvolution by Aaron Campbell The Next Generation by Aaron Campbell Probabilities by Ewald Anthonie De Bruijn and Olli-Pekka Jauhiainen Spells and Experience by Fab Rosco Jess the bird by Fernando Rodríguez I wish you love by Zukow Maxim Welcome in the new age by Andrea C. Alpha & Omega by Marcin Stryczek 4.54 by Olli-Pekka Jauhiainen Age by Parker Gibson Futurisk by Rogier De Boevé We Have Never Been Modern by Rob Shields Alernate age by Leroy François Mental Age by Igor Scekic
Evoke has launched a new exhibition called Spectrum. As usual, there are some really inspiring artworks from artists from all over the globe. The Spectrum exhibition is also a tribute to color, so it is not necessary to say anything else, just check the images :) Here we will feature a few previews but we highly recommend that you visit their site for a hi-res image. Welcome to Evoke's 21st Exhibition, "Spectrum"! This tribute to color is truly sensational and we are honored to share it with you! Spectrum is a smaller pack than usual, but for what it lacks in size, Spectrum delivers a knockout in quality. Our artists went head first into their craft to ensure the highest calibre exhibition for your viewing pleasure. Simultaneously, the Evoke audio department, now headed by our very own Keith Alban aka brainst0rm, has also delivered several knockout tracks to accompany your visual experience. Some Images
Evoke has released their twentieth exibition, the Mixtape! The theme was music and the images are simply fantastic. We highly recommend that you check it out. It is my great and distinct pleasure to announce Evoke’s momentous twentieth release, Mixtape! Arguably one of the most challenging themes chosen by our artists, Mixtape presented many trials to Evokers early on; as is always the case, everyone came through, producing another mind blowing exhibition of seventy solo works, collaborations, and exclusive music tracks. A music centered release, Mixtape required Evokers to approach their traditional processes of producing art from a different angle. Many chose to use this theme very literally, basing works off of songs or music equipment, while others chose to remix their own works. The audio section is stellar in Mixtape as Keith Alban (brainst0rm) really shined in his Evoke debut creating many professional remixes of popular songs for this release! Big props to James Merill, aka dshPls, our featured artist for this release! James has been with Evoke from the very beginning, progressing through the ranks and still cranking out some of the most stylish and innovative works the group has seen! Be sure to check out an exclusive interview with him. If you’re still reading this, you’re missing out. Go and check out our historic, epic, and overall extremely fantastic 20th exhibition! On behalf of the Evoke team, Ted David Yavuzkurt aka Revenant Prime Evoke Site Director Some images For more information and of course to check out all the images visit http://www.evokeone.com/v4/displaygallery.php?id=30
Evoke is a well-known design collective, that often delivers us great exhibitions of art, photography, motion and graphic design. Their current exhibition is called "Prime", and has got numerous great pieces. Here is a brief selection of works featured there, and for the whole exhibition, you guys should visit Evoke's site. It's a really great place to get inspired! Cheers to all people at Evoke. And thanks to Neevo for telling us about this! Rock on! ;)
As the saying goes, two heads are better than one. But with 50+ heads, you can only imagine what can be achieved, especially in the creative realms of design. Websites like DepthCore and Evoke produce some of the greatest works of digital art out there, and it's a credit to the designers' hard work and determination. With this in mind, I decided myself to apply for one, but subsequently was rejected. After deep thought, I figured, "Why not just create your own art group?", and so this idea has lead me here, to ask you, readers and designers of Abduzeedo, to help out, if you wish, with my new project, which is currently name Epoch. At the moment, I'm creating a forum for people to apply, chat and contribute to the upcoming site at http://cmwiki.co.nr/forums (the name will be changed very soon). I hope to see you there.
When you work on a file and you just dont know how to go on Evoke is a great place to find inspiration. Lots of young designers produce breathtaking creations you have to see. Founded by Justin Bristow, Sean Graham and Ted Yavuzkurt in June of 2005, Evoke™ began as a boutique art community, home to a small group of young, exciting artists looking to establish themselves among the best in the digital art community. Following the release of Evoke's third exhibit, the future of the group began to look grim. However, with the arrival of some fresh talent and a rejuvenated administrative panel, the exhibits to follow proved a breakthrough for the group that hasn't looked back since. Check out the Evoke website evokeone.com Here is a compilation of their latest exhibitions.