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 days.

We continue to work on the “secret” project, which has been incredibly enjoyable, and the project is turning out beautifully. The client is very pleased and our working relationship is growing.

In the months ahead we will be updating our site with work we’ve done on a comic book for NCSA, the “secret” project (fingers crossed) and a number of other smaller print jobs.

Above – Muskwa: Sam’s Spear of Fate page 1 – Kelly – Pencils, Christy – Inks, Corey – Colours

We will be purchasing 500 (probably – maybe 250) prints of “Victory March” the illustration created for our summer advertising in Applied arts, which if you didn’t know already, was selected as a winning piece in the 2010 Applied Arts Photography and Illustration Annual competition.

We’re also finalizing our own business cards and mail outs of our 250 art cards we received with our Applied Arts Advertising package. We are so happy with our visual identity and will likely be submitting it for some competitions this year or next.

It’s been tremendously busy and we have neglected our duties as web managers for our own site. With all the potential projects and existing work it appears that our ascent as a studio is not about to slow. We feel so fortunate and thankful to have such amazing clients, co-workers and opportunities.

Thank you to all our supporters and families. With out all of you Pulp Studios would be lost.

Sweet bastion of R.E.M I call my bed here I come.


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