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Actress - Jane Seymour at Pre-Oscar Party
A look at Tony Forte's custom FilmFunds.com brand design and marketing at the Pre-Oscar Party 2012

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Original User Interface and Branding created for FilmFunds.com
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Lost At E Minor Featuring: The Art of Tony Forte
Lost At E Minor is an online publication of inspiring art, design, music, photography and pop culture: low brow sensibilities mashed with high brow movements. The site was founded in 2005 by brothers Zolton and Zac Zavos, who are also behind the Australian sports opinion website, The Roar. The site is compiled by a worldwide team of writers — along with occasional guest contributors such as Shepard Fairey and Ron English. Worldwide CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi, Kevin Roberts, has called Lost At E Minor a “Lovemark brand“.

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Collected Visuals finds Tony Forte
"Some interesting stuff to be found over at tfortevisual.com. This is the creative portfolio of graphic production artist Tony Forte. Go check it out and have a look around."

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"Must Read After My Death"
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Filmmaker Morgan Dews was very close to his grandmother Allis, but it wasn’t until after her death in 2001 that he became aware of an astounding archive she’d amassed throughout the 1960s. Filled with startlingly intimate and candid audio recordings detailing her family’s increasingly turbulent lives, the collection also contained hundreds of silent home movies, photographs and written journals. Using only these found materials, Dews has fashioned a searing family portrait that affords fly-on-the-wall access to one family’s struggles amid an America on the verge of dramatic transformation.


"Year of the Fish"
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An animated independent feature film written and directed by David Kaplan, shot entirely on location in New York City’s Chinatown. A modern-day adaptation of Cinderella based on an old Chinese version of the story, it was shot on inexpensive live-action video that was used as a guide for digital painting in post-production.
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Fear[s] of the Dark
FEAR(S) OF THE DARK is a wildly inventive and visually dazzling collection of fearful tales by six of the world’s most renowned comic and graphic artists - Blutch, Charles Burns, Marie Caillou, Pierre Di Sciullo, Lorenzo Mattotti, and Richard McGuire.

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THE VICE PHOTO BOOK • get it!
The thing is 11x14, weighs a good eight pounds, and is filled with all of our favorite pictures and fashion spreads and photo stories from the past ten years of the magazine. It's also got new stuff like long, in-depth interviews with the photographers who made us like pictures and helped shape our aesthetic, three separate histories of photography in Vice, and probably even more. In short we have put together a huge, glossy monolith of eye-food that will suck away hours of your life as it constricts the blood vessels in your lap. We shouldn't even have to mention how good it looks on a coffee table with crap strewn all over it.
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Backyard Project - Daily Dose
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The best stuff is in the BACKYARD next to the mower and the garden tools!

The BACKYARD project is interesting mash up of paintings, photos and street art. Initiated with the purpose of exemplifying the essence of the artist.

Two sections stand out initially the paintings and the clothing range. The paintings are perfect composites featuring many different elements that you would find from traditional street art. Scrapped walls with type detail and figurative implants make interesting viewing.

The clothing range is also just as unique. A line of great tees for men and women, and even some cutesy pants for your darling! All featuring the BKYRD brand.