Découvrez le travail de l’artiste IMPREINT / Discover the work of the artist called IMPREINT

– IMPREINT painted 1000 balloon paintings a few years ago, and while painting them, he was already thinking about the people, because all the paintings were different, imperfect but beautiful. http://www.impreint.com

– These paintings are individually numbered and signed by him, and all of them are unique because of the technique that he uses: he paints them with the hand and he creates the color right before putting them on the paper, and after each painting he recreates a new color so there is no repetition. Also, the balloons all have different forms, not only because they are made by hand but also because they reflect the mood that he has in that particular moment: sometimes they are smaller, bigger, and they have a lot of variety in form.

– In December 2012 he made a stop-motion video in the street in London, asking the people to hold a balloon for a minute and he photographed them and created a video. (See it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOCiGMRvC3U) This video had a lot of positive feedback, so later he decided to create an other video but this time involving the people around the world. For this new video he received photos from a lot of countries and the video became very popular (see it here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfjsvVggORU). This video made him realise how differently we see every scene with the balloon, because the balloon changes the prospectives and these photos become portraits. This inspired him to start the project ‘Portraits’ in December 2013, which he ran for one year.

– Portraits became also very popular, he received thousand of photos from around the world. You can see the evolution of the project on the facebook page that he dedicated to the project: https://www.facebook.com/IMPREINTofficial and also all the photos uploaded here: http://portraitsbyimpreint.tumblr.com/
Enjoy his work and pages.

« The Hollywood Blacklist » CD Sampler by the ‘Foxman’ (17 songs, released on October 31, 2014)

Un artiste musical chanteur, compositeur à découvrir : Brian Fox alias « Foxman » de Tampa Bay en Floride, USA qui passe en radios locales et qui est un de mes contacts. Il a fait du très bon travail.
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A singer songwriter musical artist to discover : Brian Fox aka ‘Foxman’ from Tampa Bay in Florida USA who is aired on local radios and who is one of my contacts. He did a great work.

« One of Tampa Bays most creative and successful songwriters ». « 2015 Album Of The Year Potential »

Visit THE coolest Independent Music website on the planet at: http://www.foxmanmusic.com

This CD sampler contains 30-50 second sound clips of all 17 songs plus plenty of theatrical/freaky photos and effects to keep you well entertained along the way.

The new CD is available as part of a Foxman Box Set, which also contains copies of my previous 3 CD’s. All 4 CD’s for just $15. The Foxman Box Set can be purchased through the following links.

Foxman Music Home: http://www.foxmanmusic.com/the_hollyw…
Foxman Art Studio (Cd & Art Sales): http://www.foxman.etsy.com
Foxman CD’s at eBay: http://www.ebay.com/usr/foxmanmusic20…

Downloads are available at:

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/fo…
CD Baby: http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/Foxman

17 songs, nearly one full hour of groundbreaking music, ultra-creative song themes and story lines and some notable guest appearances which include legendary saxophonist Butch Thomas (played/toured with Sting, Lenny Kravitz, Jaco Pastorius, Vanessa Paradis, Thomas Dolby and many others) …… what more could you possibly want? The Hollywood Blacklist (2014, 17 songs) is my 5th Independent album release and the crowning achievement of my entire songwriting career. The CD was officially released on October 31, 2014 and is a MUST OWN.

A HUGE Thank You to The Tampa Bay Automobile Museum http://www.tbauto.org/collection.htm and Heritage Villagehttp://www.pinellascounty.org/Heritage/ Photographs taken at both of these locations play significant role in the composition of this video.

Special Thanks also to: BeFunky (photo editor), My parents (Joyce & Eddie), Kevin Killelea & family, Steve & Linda Norsen, Merlin & Sue Calhoun, Nancy Doughty, Armand Tomas and Adel Tomas, Total Media, Butch Thomas, Dennis Stadelman, Troy & Pam Norris, Suzie Q, Thomas Beckman & family and Frances Yohnke.