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C is for Countdown to the End of the World

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Last year on a whim, my friend Stephen and I started drawing in a moleskine daily calendar. We decided to use a different color for each month and alternate drawing in it . Based on the premise the world was going to end, we decided to record each day with an illustration. I love this sketchbook.

Count Down to the End of the World from Peter Delgado on Vimeo.

Check out the flickr page for all the individual drawings.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/75399321@N03/sets/72157629073032253/

P is for Playlist

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I found out about this new site called 8tracks.com, it lets you share your Itunes playlist and embed them. Very cool. Here is my first mixtape, Oh Dear April 2011

F is for Fog

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San Diego weather was so weird this morning. The OB pier looked amazing with fog shrouding both ends. Felt like I was walking into the twilight zone!




L is for Letterpress

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I had the opportunity to check out a property of a recently deceased letterpress enthusiast from Vista. He was the printer of a small north county newspaper, and had an amazing hand built property overlooking the Vista country side. The new owner was kind enough to let me check out the press and a ton of old books and magazines. I ended up lucking out with some vintage picture books, magazines circa 1905-1963,and a nice selection of newspapers from the last 30 years.Craziness


G is for Ghost

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Last night I did some lino block prints.I loved how they turned out on the craft paper. Im definitely hooked on this method.

H is for Hipstamatic

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Some shots with a great cheap photo app for my iphone.



Old man hazard, with the shades


My grandpa chillin in the shade

D is for Double Exposure

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On Mothers Day I took a drive along route 74 To Anza California. Ever since getting my Holga camera I have been wanting to experiment with double exposing the film. I juxtaposed the road with the beautiful scenery to get a double dose of my trip.



H is for Holga

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For my birthday I received a sweet white and black plastic 35 mm Holga camera. It takes really distorted pictures and leaks a lot of light. Makes for some interesting experiments




P is for Paper Cuts Zine swap!

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Last night Subtext Studio hosted Yeller Studio's -Paper Cuts Zine Swap. About 80 zines where on display in the Subtext courtyard. At the end of the night I ended up going home with about 30 zines. They rock.
I displayed my zine " Something in Common"




B is for B-List Montster

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A freind of mine started a mini contest, with a facebook status post.
"Find/draw/create the best zombie or monster and post it on my page. I have a prize for the winner : ) You have till Monday...."
Old movie montsters are a favorite of mine so I was down for the challenge. After a quick brainstorm I decided to sketch out a whimisical swamp thing monster. Pink sharpie and 88mm stabilo black felt tip pen.

H is for House industries

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Thursday night, House Industries opened the Eames Gallery in Santa Monica. House Industries aesthetic is a personal favorite of mine and was worth seeing up and close, despite having to drive two and a half hours to get there. Fresh Press was onsite, screen printing bags and posters. I am now the proud owner of a 13x19 Eames Century Modern red number 3, printed on a ivory paper. Last thing, An Eames Chair is the most comfortable chair I have ever sat in.

S is for Subway

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Last year around this time I visited Washington DC and explored the underground metro. This shot was taken in the last minutes of my visit. Sans tripod, I craftily balanced my camera on a ledge overlooking an incoming train. I did not realize what an interesting shot this was until I had returned home.