November 11, 2011
July 7, 2011
Finally! My first print is here. I'm so excited. The details on it looks amazing the printers did a great job.
It's screenprinted in 4 colors on 250 grams acid free paper, 50x70cm in size, in a limited edition of 70 copies.
And off cause hand numbered and signed. Check out some photos here below;
Also check out this making of clip of me in the process of drawing the original drawing for the print.
(I will make a post later on about the whole process of making it. stay tuned for that)
If you're interested in a print drop me a line at; iam(at)picnicwithpanic.com
Price; 330 SEK + shipping
p.s. right now I'm focusing on selling them in sweden and working on a webshop solution for worldwide orders.
Also here is a separate site I set up for the prints with bigger pictures; CHAMELEON PORTRAIT
Posted by Kenny at 03:45
July 4, 2011
June 19, 2011
I been thinking about releasing art-prints for such a long time now, and now it's finally happening. This week I received the artist proof of my first art print :) And it's looking great, the details in the print work are amazing. It's a 4 color screen print on 250 grams acid free paper stock, 50 by 70cm, in a limited edition run of 70 copies. I'm so pleased with how this turned out and can't wait to get it out there. So stay tuned for more information on sales it will be available soon.
Posted by Kenny at 07:08
June 17, 2011
Just finished this illustration the other week. It's an illustration for a folder about music rehearsal spaces and courses in music and so on. It folds in 2 places and stretches across the front and back of the folder so the half on the right is the outer 3 pages of the folder and the left half, are printed on the inside 3 pages, and then on top of that is a text layer with all the information.
Below are my original ink drawings before coloring, some of them didn't fit into the final composition.
I made a few different color suggestions so here are a few more, I think we ended up settling on the red one at the bottom. (click for bigger versions)
Posted by Kenny at 07:17
Been attending the annual Creative Summit conference in Skellefteå this week. Had a great time meeting up all the people from the North Kingdom Stockholm office. And checked out some interesting speakers. By far the coolest thing was Lorne Peterson's presentation, Lorne worked as a model maker at ILM for many many years, and is now retired since a few years back. He has worked on all the 6 Star Wars films and the Indiana Jones films, Alive, ET and a lot of other cool films. Great to hear him tell stories about how things where done, and different unexpected materials they used to achieve different looks and effects.
Posted by Kenny at 04:42
June 8, 2011
It's been a crazy sunny day here today, but I've been at the office all day so didn't catch much sun.
Working on a lot of new ink work right now, just started on a new record cover design, that has crazy amounts of ink work.
It should be done in a couple of weeks I hope. And then I have some new personal stuff in the works as well.
Anyway, speaking of ink I thought I would share a drawing from last year.
Forgot about posting it when it was done.
It started out just as an experiment in drawing fur, but ended up as an entire drawing, that I really like. Just black ink on paper and lots and lots of lines as you can see :)
Stay tuned for more.
Posted by Kenny at 13:17
June 3, 2011
Been going through some of my old clothes from back when I was a child, and came across this.
My first tshirt design :) Hand drawn with some sort of textile crayons on a black tshirt.
The front features a rainbow, some sort of santa clause looking guy down in the left corner, a house in the lower right corner and the text "Kenny 4 år" which translates to "Kenny 4 years" I guess that means I was 4 when I made it :)
The back has some sort of gangsta motif, haha a Gun and the words "pi pii pii", I have no idea what that was all about.
Posted by Kenny at 10:30
April 1, 2011
Just started using a to me new animation software called; TVpaint 9.5. So far it seems like a great program. I'm looking forward to doing more work in this program, just need to learn all the shortcut keys from scratch, and all the new functions. Anyway here's a short test animation I did of one of my cameleons :) Have a great weekend!
Posted by Kenny at 08:02
March 23, 2011
Glesbygd'n is a reagge band from the north of Sweden, that do reagge in an old local northern sweden dialect.
And here's their latest video; "Välkommen Hem", Directed by Victor Lindgren.
I just had a small part in this production, I made the animations for the mouth and eyes of the strange white flobby creatures in the video. Enjoy!
Posted by Kenny at 07:29
March 17, 2011
Just before the summer holidays hit us last year me and Linus over at Popcore film, shot this music video for US hardcore/punk act Norma Jean.
We shot it on a Canon 7D DSLR. It was the first time for me working with that camera, and I really enjoy it.
But the rolling shutter problem is quite anoying. Hopefully that will go away or at least get better with newer versions coming out.
Below you can see a behind the scenes clip we put together for the video.
Parts of it was shot with a time-lapse app for the iphone, great fun. hope you enjoy them both.
Artist: Norma Jean
Track: Deathbed atheist
Directed by: Popcore film and Kenny Lindström
Animations: Kenny Lindström
Shot on: Canon 7D
Posted by Kenny at 23:53
Hey all. I'm finally back to work and will do my best to kick start this blog back into life again, it's been more or less dead for far to long now, I know. I've been away for about 7 months taking care of my kid, but now I'm back at work again. I will start posting some work from last year that I haven't gotten around to posting yet, I'm also working on some new cool things both animations and illustrations.
Teaser of some new cameleon illustration work. I'm working on getting some prints out there as well. 2011 will hold some nice things, stay tuned.
Posted by Kenny at 07:45