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By Michael Mulvey on April 17, 2013 12:48 PM
So I've done it again. I've launched another Kickstarter project.
It's called, Grown In the Garden (State). It features 54 actors, musicians and TV personalities from my home state of New Jersey.
I'm producing a poster, a deck of cards and a couple t-shirts.
(the poster is still in-progress)
By Michael Mulvey on February 26, 2013 7:23 AM
My latest essay is up at Stemmings:
Mothers and Fathers of Inventions. Mad Scientists. Innovators. We always hear about the lone wolves, but rarely do they act alone.
By Michael Mulvey on February 23, 2013 2:48 PM
Taken from The Combustion Chamber
By Michael Mulvey on January 28, 2013 12:18 PM
By Michael Mulvey on December 21, 2012 11:03 AM
Below are a few shots of me at my Grandma's house in Middle Village, Queens. Early 80's. Yes, that's my father's blue Chevette behind me.
You can barely see it, but behind the Chevette is my Grandma's '63 Ford Fairlane in the garage.
My mom made me the Chewy costume by hand. I used to wear it to bed and even tried to wear it school but my mom shot that idea down.
By Michael Mulvey on December 13, 2012 9:22 AM
Yesterday a friend posted something great on Facebook:
First I decided to turn myself into an 8-bit character, and then illustrate what this might look like:
img alt="Michael_Mulvey_Coffee_PowerUP.gif" src="http://dailyexhaust.com/images/Michael_Mulvey_Coffee_PowerUP.gif" />
By Michael Mulvey on December 12, 2012 6:29 PM
By Michael Mulvey on November 16, 2012 12:05 PM
When I launched The Combustion Chamber in the beginning of 2001, it was a portfolio site for my design work from college as well as some animation experiments I began in Flash. Yes, back in 2001 'Flash' wasn't a dirty word. It was a way for creative people—designers, digital artists, developers—to express themselves with sound and motion. To this day, HTML can't match it's easy of use and flexibility for non-technical people. No, I don't think Flash has a place in today's mobile world, but it's important to give Flash it's due and proper.
Over the last 11 years, TCC natural evolved into a showcase for my 'professional' work. Client work I did at the various studios I've worked at.
The projects I've posted this time around scratch creative itches my agency work hasn't been able to scratch. These new projects get me excited and they represent a return to making things with my hands again. Specifically, silk screening.
As much as I love my work as a web designer, I'm also tired of my job getting the best of me. Getting all my creativity. Sometimes I feel like the podlings getting drained of their essence in The Dark Crystal.
It's time to start making things for myself again.