Teen Dream As part of CentralTrak’s current exhibition, The Zine Society Library, Dallas-based brothers and business partners Ean Schuessler and Erik Schuessler will speak about how making zines as teenagers evolved into a legitimate and respected profession. Zine-making and zine-consumption was a significant format for artists and activists to share info, find and identify subcultures … Read More
Cirque du horror poster art
Well I didn’t have much time to do this but I think it turned out pretty good it’s for a Halloween show at the Texas theater. Sort of like a variety show music and little scenes and skits you know funny but spooky. Not too sure if I can make it actually you’re not going … Read More
and so it begins
I feel like I am doing something really dumb trying to sand all of this crap myself but heck why not? So far I am making good progress but man it is a bit of a hill. Also I got dusty as hell last time.
Fixing up galleries. Some ghost show assets are up.
the first of the auto ordered print outs are working for big fun print! Woo hoo!
pretty damn exciting! we are working diligently to make it to Austin for South by Southwest and trying some interesting experiment with social networking and giant poster printing. should be really cool! today we were working on the factor overlay advertisement for each poster that is being printed out by people in the area. the … Read More
Update on the house
Here is a cool update on the house. The front entry garden and fountain are done up. I was able to rehab the old plumbing and install a new pump and bowl for the fountain system. The dirt was bone dry and sandy. Had to dig out a ton of it so the plants wouldn’t … Read More
Better late than frozen
Whew. Busy couple weeks recently. While it is a little crazy busy, the good news is there are some fun creative projects afoot in the Brainfood world. We are currently doing some neat much more mobile integrated projects. I am making it a pledge to post more often. I did a shoot for work up … Read More
Mega table almost done
Living in the outer rings of the cliff is really peaceful and quiet. A bit unusual but I am getting acquainted with it. The place I live in is damn fine and I am still scratching my head about people paying the big bucks in fancy “old oak cliff” ain’t it funny? Seems like only … Read More
Outdoor signage in place, but hit a snag
Update. plexiglass came in! Woo! Only one thing, it is thicker than what the original material was. The builder assured Marc that that this was not an issue and that we could make it work in the existing group. Worked with Thomas and Marc to get the last bits of the vinyl sign stickers applied … Read More
Life and the art of restaurant signage
The plan to help a friend of mine on the branding of his new restaurant turned out to be a really educational one. I think I want to mess around with this developing these kinds of projects a lot more in the future. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I really enjoy working on user … Read More
One day closer to big fun.
There is a certain excitement when it comes to creating something, especially when it is something for your own company. There is a certain level of ownership that is sometimes lost when you are working for a customer. I am not saying that the work you do for customers is somehow less important or not as … Read More
What is scary?! Did a guest talk at Pecha Kucha.
The early afternoon scramble trying to cobble together ideas and thoughts ensuring a good lecture was one of the most white knuckle moments of the evening. My brother Ean Schuessler and I worked diligently trying to figure how to make this scramble of information somehow make sense to us and hopefully later that evening to our … Read More