Mars Mission Orion, SLS rocket Science Poster

Posted by on Oct 12, 2016 in Art, Exhibit, News, Science
Mars mission science poster by Jedidiah Dore.

Mars mission science poster by Jedidiah Dore.

This brand new illustration commemorates exploratory missions to Mars with Orion Spacecraft and SLS Rocket. It’s an exciting addition to the Ink & Sword’s Stellar Science Series project.

The poster is available in various sizes and can be ordered at the Ink & Sword shop on this link, or on our Ink & Sword Etsy shop by clicking here.

Ink and Sword’s Stellar Science series aims to inspire new interest in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math, known as the STEM subjects. These inspirational and educational prints reflect back to an era where a trip to the moon was not just the pinnacle of scientific achievement, it was the coolest thing in the universe to be an astronaut, explorer or scientist. Sparked with our preference to play in science halls and planetariums, chemistry labs and in nature, we hope that condition of wonder and imagination continues on for the future!

NEW YORK COMIC CON

Posted by on Aug 16, 2016 in Art, Exhibit, News

Jedidiah Dore will be exhibiting his art at New York Comic Con 2016! October 6-9, 2016, Booth #972. See you there!

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ISS SLS LAUNCH SYSTEM

Posted by on Dec 1, 2015 in Inspire, News, Science

ISS SLS LAUNCH SYSTEM

Introducing a brand new addition to the Stellar Science Series, the ISS SLS LAUNCH SYSTEM poster. Commemorates the Internationsal Space Station, Space Launch System, and Orion space programs to Mars. The poster is available in various sizes and can be ordered at the Ink & Sword shop on this link, or on our Ink & Sword Etsy shop by clicking here.

Ink and Sword’s Stellar Science series aims to inspire new interest in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math, known as the STEM subjects. These inspirational and educational prints reflect back to an era where a trip to the moon was not just the pinnacle of scientific achievement, it was the coolest thing in the universe to be an astronaut, explorer or scientist. Sparked with our preference to play in science halls and planetariums, chemistry labs and in nature, we hope that condition of wonder and imagination continues on for the future!

Hubble Space Telescope

Posted by on Nov 6, 2015 in News, Science

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Introducing a brand new addition to the Stellar Science Series, the Hubble Space Telescope poster. Commemorates the Hubble Space Telescope 25th anniversary. The poster is available in various sizes and can be ordered at the Ink & Sword shop on this link, or on our Ink & Sword Etsy shop by clicking here.

Ink and Sword’s Stellar Science series aims to inspire new interest in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math, known as the STEM subjects. These inspirational and educational prints reflect back to an era where a trip to the moon was not just the pinnacle of scientific achievement, it was the coolest thing in the universe to be an astronaut, explorer or scientist. Sparked with our preference to play in science halls and planetariums, chemistry labs and in nature, we hope that condition of wonder and imagination continues on for the future!

In Danger (or, you should really, really give a shit) Exhibit

Posted by on Aug 8, 2015 in Drawing, Exhibit, Nature, News, Science

Art.Science.Gallery. has an Open Call for artwork about critically endangered species. If you’re interested in submitting artwork please follow the link for exhibition info and submission guidelines. Thanks in advance for your help!

http://artsciencegallery.com/opencall/

From Art.Science.Gallery.:

We are seeking submissions of artworks for In Danger (or, you should really, really give a shit), a group art exhibition about critically endangered species. This exhibition seeks to highlight the alarming rate of species decline and extinction worldwide, caused directly and indirectly by human impacts, and what we can do about it. Today’s extinction rate is estimated to be between 1,000 and 10,000 times higher than the natural extinction rate, with an estimated 150-200 species going extinct every 24 hours! This is the highest rate of biodiversity loss since the dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago, and is now being called the 6th Mass Extinction or the Anthropocene Extinction. We are seeking artworks that help tell the story and conservation science about plants, animals and fungi on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, in the Critically Endangered (CE) category. This exhibit has three main goals: 1) Visualize the immediacy and magnitude of CE species issues, 2) Remember extinct species through an altar of remembrance. 3) Motivate visitors to take action through education, personal behavior, and advocacy.

Reportage drawing of ivory crush in Times Square, NYC © Jedidiah Dore 2015.

Reportage drawing of ivory crush in Times Square, NYC © Jedidiah Dore 2015.

Reportager Award 2015 + Exhibition

Posted by on May 4, 2015 in Drawing, Exhibit, News, painting, Process, Studio

Delighted to announce Jedidiah Dore’s reportage drawings have been shortlisted for the first annual Reportager Award 2015. His reportage art series will be on view in Bristol England at the University of the West of England for the Reportager Award 2015 Exhibition, opening May 8, F Block Gallery. Reportager UK describes the award, “is intended to encourage new, existing and emerging talent and projects in the area of reportage and documentary drawing.” Jed is honored to be selected along with a very bright group of artists. Congratulations to those exhibiting at Bristol in May and cheers to reportage illustrators.

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art exhibit

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in Drawing, News, Process, Studio

Jedidiah Dore’s artwork is going to be shown at an exhibit at Pratt Institute. The show is called Hang Together Collaborative Work & Practices and can be seen at the Pratt Institute Library, 200 Willoughby Ave. Brooklyn, NY from Feb. 2nd – March 30.

This location drawing of the library is one he made at Pratt. The exhibit info is there so feel free to share it. Thanks! Hope you can make it!

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Exhibiting Artists: Taimur Cleary, MFA 2009 – Peggy Cyphers, MFA 1979; Faculty – Hayyim Danzig, MID 2010 – Jedidiah Dore, BA 2002 – Carla Gannis, Faculty – Elliot Gerard, MS 2008 – Antonin Hewitt, BARCH 1996 & Gretel Schwartzott, MID 2002 – Raul Hott, MFA 2013 – Savannah E. Jankosky, BFA 2018 – Kai Lin, BID 2015 – Michael Levin, MFA 2015 & Hiba Schahbaz, MFA 2012 – Hannah Mishin, BFA 2005 – Mobile Print Power – Jaye Moon, MFA 1994 – Ryan Oskin, BFA 2012 – PrattSIDE 2015 – Mary Rieser Heintjes, BFA 1979; MFA 1985 – Erwin Roemer, III, AOS 2012 – Alvaro Uribe, BID 2010

The Fantastical Brooklyn Bridge Trailer

Posted by on Nov 30, 2014 in Cinema, Film, News, Studio

Coming soon from Ink & Sword Studio. An imaginative documentary/animation about heroic engineers, the incredible story of what it took to build the Brooklyn Bridge and the illustrator’s own connection to Brooklyn and NYC history.

Hummingbird forgets lyrics

Posted by on Mar 27, 2014 in Nature, Science
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over a fear of hurdles

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014 in Culture, Film, Inspire, Music, Uncategorized

Filthy sick Lakai-Fully Flared intro! Direction by Ty Evans, Spike Jonze, and Cory Weincheque.

what in the word

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014 in Consider, Inspire

This video was made entirely by John Koenig.

sonder – n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own. From “The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows”.

schooner or later

Posted by on Dec 23, 2013 in Books, Drawing

More of my Moby Dick drawings here.

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pin map to hold top corners and travel there

Posted by on Dec 3, 2013 in Consider, Inspire, Science

Amy Robinson presenting an innovative game to map the brain. The game is called EyeWire and it was created by Sebastian Seung. Video by TedxTalks.

never forget a face

Posted by on Nov 14, 2013 in Film, Inspire, Photography

This is a brilliant video animation created by Emma Allen. She animates the cyclical nature of life as I wrote about on my Two Coats blog post and she illustrates it perfectly and entirely with face paint. Well done Emma!

Zora Neale Hurston poster

Posted by on Oct 18, 2013 in Culture, News, Studio

Jedidiah’s Zora Neale Hurston poster design for PBS Many Rivers to Cross: The African Americans. The first episode of The African Americans with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. airs October 22nd.

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Many Rivers to Cross: The African Americans Preview

Posted by on Oct 11, 2013 in Consider, Culture, Inspire

Here’s a preview of Many Rivers to Cross: The African Americans on PBS. The first episode of the series airs October 22nd.

Many Rivers to Cross: The African Americans

Posted by on Oct 7, 2013 in Consider, News, Studio

Jedidiah’s poster design for PBS Many Rivers to Cross: The African Americans. The first episode of The African Americans with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. airs October 22nd.

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cedar forest for the trees

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Drawing

This tree was in front of the Ink & Sword booth at the Maker Faire 2013.

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every last bit

Posted by on Sep 17, 2013 in Inspire, Music, Science

“Except for the musician’s voice, everything you hear is coming from a vintage console or computer peripheral,” James Houston. Video by James Houston

all right stop collaborate and listen

Posted by on Sep 4, 2013 in News, Science, Studio

We’re happy to be joining forces with Artist-Scientist Hayley Gillespie, the founder of Art.Science.Gallery. The video produced by KLRU Collective, shows Hayley talking about the gallery and mission. Austin, Texas here we come!

a manor of speaking

Posted by on Aug 29, 2013 in Drawing, painting

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