Gravity?

Gravity?

Posted by on Jul 19, 2010 in Illustration | No Comments

It seems as though our feet have left the ground. Since the inception of Pulp Studios in March of 2010, we have been privileged to work on several awesome projects. As a result of an over abundance of a caffeinated beverage I bring you this short update on what Pulp Studios is up to these […]

Pulp Studios In Print!

Pulp Studios In Print!

Posted by on Jun 11, 2010 in Applied Arts, Illustration | No Comments

Pulp Studios is in print in a beautiful, Canadian, Art and Design Publication! A few days ago we received our two free copies of the 2010 Applied Arts Photography and Illustration Annual. If you haven’t seen the newly redesigned Applied Arts Magazine, you MUST pick up a copy. Georges Haroutiun, Art Director and Founder, with his […]

Math 2 Character Designs

Math 2 Character Designs

Posted by on Mar 31, 2010 in Animation, Characters | No Comments

Stop me if you’ve heard this one. “A pencil, some grade two math students and a female facilitator walk into a classroom.” If I were more whitty I’d have a punchline for you. But as it is you’ll have to settle for the odd set up. We’ve been working on character designs for three Grade […]

Pulp Studios for the Win!

Pulp Studios for the Win!

Posted by on Mar 10, 2010 in Applied Arts, Illustration, News | No Comments

Last month we submitted our self-promotional piece, Victory March, to the 2010 Applied Arts Photography & Illustration Annual Competition and won! The piece, painted by Corey, will be featured in the June/July Annual and at the Annual Exhibition. It’s a great honor and we are so excited about being recognized in a national competition. You can […]

Those Special People

Those Special People

Posted by on Mar 10, 2010 in Testimony | No Comments

I sat down tonight to write a blog post about the award that I just won with an illustration I did as a promotional piece for Pulp Studios and just can’t do it. A friend of mine has been in the trenches of a battle I can’t even imagine, a battle that looks as though […]