"Making It" - Art Documentary ft. Brian Ewing
“MAKING IT” is a Art Documentary about the daily struggles of making a living, staying creative, and making it all up as we go along. The Documentary features three Illustrators, Andrew Bawidamann, Eric Fortune, and Brian Ewing.
Andrew Bawidamann is best known as a modern master pin up artist and entrepreneur. Andrews work has broad based appeal from everyone to military enthusiast to science-fiction fantasy fans.
Brian Ewing’s roster of clients ranging from Metallica and the Warped Tour, to The Strokes and Death Cab For Cutie, and even The New Yorker, is a testament to what a truly prolific gig poster artist he is.
Eric Fortune, first gained recognition through his illustration work for Playboy and countless book covers. Transitioning from print to the gallery scene, Eric has redefined history as one of the most sought after artist in the pop surreal scene.
“MAKING IT” follows Woodrow Hinton, an Illustrator and Professor, as he interviews these three artists about art school, business model, and the day to day struggles of living as a blue collar artist. Woodrow’s journey as an artist, and his relationship with his friends, begs the question: “What does ‘Making It’ mean?”
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Vannen is excited to announce that we have teamed up with The Vandals again to release another set of “Anarchy Burger” timepieces! The new run of watches will be limited to 100 pieces total split into two colors (50 Orange / 50 Blue) and they’ll be available for purchase on Thursday, March 29 at 10 AM Pacific Time exclusively at VannenWatches.com for $60 each.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of Vannen Watches. To celebrate the occasion, we’re having our biggest archive sale ever! We’re digging deep and pulling out some classics that have been sold out for years. The sale starts on Saturday, March 17th at 9 AM Pacific Time at VannenWatches.com.
To our surprise, the prototype ‘X' watch sold out in minutes. After it was gone, we got a lot of requests to make more. Since it’s our 10th (X) anniversary, we’ve decided to make another run for the same price ($60) - but this time in white with grey and white hands, and limited to 50 pieces. Pre-sale starts March 16th at 9 AM Pacific Time and ends March 19th at 9 AM Pacific Time. We'll keep the pre-order window open for 72 hours, or until the design sells out.