For our 5 Year Anniversary in 2011, we asked our friend Aerosyn Lex to give our logo the remix treatment and he came up with some great interpretations of the T&B logo. He did such a great job, he landed his work in the latest edition of Los Logos, which is basically the holy bible of logos for art & design aficionados. Get your copy over at Gestalten Shop, or the nearest Barnes & Noble and check out the rest of Aerosyn's work below!
posted by admin – 11/23/12 6:09 PM
This week for Free BASS Monday we're giving away a pair of Ryz sneakers designed by our good friend and amazing designer Aerosyn Lex! If you're not familiar with Lex, some of his work includes designing a line of snowboards for K2, collaborating with Questlove of The Roots on a line of cognac for Hennessey, as well as collaborating with photographer Jared Ryder to put together a spread for Playboy with another friend of ours: DJ Tamara Sky, if you can remember we posted about that a while back. And if you're really smart, then you'll remember Lex also designed the cover of Little Jinder's Youth Blood cover.
Sorry this contest is over!
posted by Anonymous – 8/8/11 7:24 PM
Our boy, Aerosyn Lex, the mastermind designer behind the Little Jinder Youth Blood album cover, recently collaborated with photographer, Jared Ryder, to shoot DJ Tamara Sky for a recent issue in Playboy! The feature on Tamara includes an interview where she shouts out Trouble and Bass and the Black Magick party we threw in Miami that she DJed at! Besides contributing to this Playboy spread, and designing the Youth Blood Cover, which if you haven't seen you should check out here, he's done a TON more from collaborating with Questlove of The Roots for a bottle design for Hennessy to designing the a line of snowboards for K2. He recently just relaunched his website, which you should visit, and visit regularly to a keep yourself updated with what he's doing next!
Check out Aerosyn Lex's relaunched website here! And if you want to read and browse the full Playboy article, click here!
posted by Anonymous – 4/7/11 11:23 PM