"Azul De Corso is a freelance artist, graphic designer and illustrator. She works for clients as Pepsico, MTV, Nickelodeon,Vh1, Unilever, Creamfields, among others. She also worked as art director for editorials in Mexico and Argentina. She is correspondent of IdN magazine. Her works were published in IDN, Die Gestalten, computer arts, DPi, etc." Source
Calendar Ad Send Off
The Aspergraphics ads for their new calendar were completed this past week and now it’s time to send them off to the businesses who paid good money to have their ads placed in the calendar. I’m just about to email them the final draft and crossing my fingers that they like it. Should really run it by the Aspergraphics team too as soon as I can. After that, it should hopefully be off to the printers and everything will be good to go. The Calendar is a little behind schedule due to complications encountered when trying to receive the correct resources needed to put together the calendar but It will be done quite soon. I’d be shocked if I’m not done with this project by the end of this week.
Project for Aspergraphics
Working on what will hopefully be the finished product of the Aspergraphics calendar to raise autism awareness. It features art from artists around the country as well as local legends. Some of my art has made it in there too via request so check out the awesomeness that is the calendar. Anyway, I’m working on putting in the final business ads and putting in all the final pages and misc. stuff that needs a little bit of touching up. Details soon to come about the release and distribution from the Aspergraphics organization and the Autism Society of the Lakeshore. It will likely be available at our booths at conferences around our state of Wisconsin. Also if history repeats itself and I see no reason that it wouldn’t, there should still be various products available online through the Aspergraphics website and the new calendar should probably be there too. Considering the old calendar will be out of date the 2012-2013 calendar that I’m working on will likely be on there as well. I’m not 100% sure on all their plans but this is how I understand them. They’ve been doing this for a year already and I don’t think they plan to change much so expect the system to stay the same is I guess what I’m saying. Anyway, check the links below for more info on Aspergraphics and be sure to order or pick up a calendar whenever possible.