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Saturday, September 17, 2011

PIXEL 6, Oct 07-09 2011, Vienna

This here is the rough design of this year's PIXEL BATTLE poster sujet (BTW, you can view last year's poster over here). Even it's just a pretty rough piece I thought it would be nice to show this here as a teaser or preview. I'll upload the finished piece by Monday or Tuesday then.

Anyway, what's important is that the PIXEL's line-up is really incredible, this year. As for instance, my bro Christian de Vita ("The Fantastic Mr Fox", "Frankenweenie") as well as Disney superduper star Andreas Deja will join the PIXEL fest. For more about this click here...

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  1. I've never heard of pixel before. This should be interesting.

    I really like how the design is coming along.

  2. Thanks Andy, BTW, the Pixel is always worth a visit... not only because of the great line-up but also because of the striking venue and, of course, the hosting city Vienna! ;)