(Photo) Our founder proudly celebrating with Alex Forrester, COO and his wife Alfa Demmellash, CEO of Rising Tide Capital Cheers to entrepreneurship, effort, and the contestants, winners, and sponsors of the 2016 Start Something Challenge. Rob had the pleasure of attending the SSC Gala at The Liberty House on the waterfront over looking the NYC skyline. It was an amazing and RJS is proud to work closely with Rising Tide Capital on a regular basis and to have the pleasure or working with so many of the pitch contestants and winners over the years. Tatyerra Mikell (RJS Fall Design Intern) and Rob posing in front of the beautiful repeat backdrop that she designed for the inspiring evening
We are proud to announce that Rob will be holding a series of design classes in one of the world renown, creative capitals of our time- Brooklyn! (And how Brooklyn is that photo by Julian Bracero, by the way.) Starting this Thursday, he will lead the 1st class entitled, ‘Pop-Culture Branding’ which will unfold into a series of monthly design classes like ‘Design to Production’, and ‘Strategy x Art Direction. You can enroll here, today!
‘Organic’ captures the sacred moments between an artist and his brush. Moments of solitude, reflection, normality, faith and endearment catalogued with raw, vulnerable brushstrokes and sketch lines on standard sketchbook project substrates. You can visit #Organic at The Sketchbook Project’s new location in Williamsburg, Brooklyn or view it online in the forthcoming weeks. We hope its pages inspire you to appreciate life and the world around you. Photo by Oscar Furtado
On Saturday. May 7th Rob will be doing chalk art and live painting to celebrate the beautiful union between Art & Music in Montclair Center for the Glenridge Avenue Arts & Music Festival! The day will be filled with great food to purchase, live music, local merchants selling handmade & artisan goods, The Montclair Musiem Art Truck, and a bouncy house for children. Mark your calendars, admission is free.
Over the years, people young and old have used the art of tattooing to cast courage on one’s future, mock uncertainty, remember a loved one, and share individuality one tattoo at a time. It costs us blood, sweat, tears, and pain, yet we deem it a small fee for ink that will last a life time. As a veteran of the ink-game, Bayonne Tattoo Company is proud to host ‘PARLOR’ – A celebration of the art of tattooing; drafted on paper and marked on skin. This exclusive ink exhibit will feature works of published illustrator, Rob Jelinski and our very own tattoo/ visual artist, Andrew James. Join as we express our deep-rooted love for ink. Kindly RVSP