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Alex Panzer: a Hierarchy of Genre

Alex Panzer: a Hierarchy of Genre

The Age of Artistry Program also known as the AAP was designed to illuminate and give voice to the Creatives of the world. Art is something more than what meets the eye. Art is something that originates from intrinsic experience, emotions, and thought. Without substance there can be no story. We are after the story of each of our artists. The story of others have the potential to catalyze the history of others.   Artist Bio My name is Alex Panzer. I am an illustrator as well as graphic design student based out of Nevada. My style and subject matter...

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Bret Johnson: A Passionate Gestalt

Bret Johnson: A Passionate Gestalt

Bret Johnson is a talented visual artist, story teller, and idealist. All of his images have a keen sense of visual ideation, hierarchy, and impressive color theorem. His photography has the ability to tap into someones sense of subjectivity. Bret's images entice you to look more than what is just on the surface, they warrant your thirst to see what is beyond.      Bret is one our newest Visionaries and members of The Age of Artistry Program. Life's Illusion is founded on the "why" of our members just as much as the "what." The why of things allows us to...

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Heeey! A fade from monotony.

Heeey! A fade from monotony.

Amidst our journey of discovery talented artists of the world we recently met, Heeey! Heeey is a freelance designer and illustrator based in Italy. Bold lines and a limited color palette are his calling cards. His style is heavily influenced by tattoo, punk-hardcore music, old comic books and pop culture. Currently he works with brands and bands from all around the world. Heeey! describes his work approach quoting a teacher he had at design school: “Variety is the prelude to monotony; to avoid it, repeat your own element.” Please take a look at his work and show some love to one of...

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Jack Cassidy: The Art of Craft

Jack Cassidy: The Art of Craft

Life's Illusion houses a number of talented of creatives. Everyone person brings his or her own intrinsic values and characteristics to Life's Illusion. The key to Life's Illusion success is the eclecticism of ideologies and talents that it holds within. This particular blog post will be the first of many. Each individual entry will dedicated to one of our visionaries in the hopes of you getting to know us a little better. Another one of our talented visionaries is Jack Cassidy. He has a keen eye for wit, and brings his own form of creativity to the table, humor. We...

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Jake Kibble: Genuine Modernity

Jake Kibble: Genuine Modernity

Life's Illusion houses a number of talented of creatives. Everyone person brings his or her own intrinsic values and characteristics to Life's Illusion. The key to Life's Illusion success is the eclecticism of ideologies and talents that it holds within. This particular blog post will be the first of many. Each individual entry will dedicated to one of our visionaries in the hopes of you getting to know us a little better. One of our first visionaries is Jake Kibble. We asked him why he was so passionate and fashion and being part of the creative community, and this is what...

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2017 Interview With Hedonistik

2017 Interview With Hedonistik

Life’s Illusion is rooted in the individualistic and intrinsic nature of the creative industry. Why do you feel that individualism and supporting local artists are one of the core values of the brand?  Before creating Life’s Illusion, the founder Frank Bevill, was a freelance graphic designer. Among the years of working within the creative industry he swam the struggles of being a starving artist and living paycheck to paycheck. Frank wanted to find a way to balance the struggles of financial hardships as a creative, and the intrinsic need of making something. Hence our structure for how Life’s Illusion operates...

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