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Kevn Lambson, Graphic Artist for PES Network, Inc since July 21, 2008. He is currently involved in rework of PESN electronic and print media.
- Recent contributions by Klambson at PESWiki - computer-generated list. As of July 21, 2008.
A recent graphic by Kevn Lambson for the Directory:Solar Vehicles page at PESWiki.
Kevn is constructing his own straw bale house with wife and children. This home features in-floor radiant heating driven, in parts, by solar panels and a masonry heater, with electric backup. A cold roof helps prevent ice dams.
Has owned and operated Idear Studios, an illustration and graphic design agency for over ten years. Fine art background, with schooling at Cleveland Institute of Art and Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design in Denver, CO. Taught photoshop as adjunct faculty member at Yavapai Community College in Prescott, AZ, and is a visiting artist to Orme School during their fine arts festival. Has beta tested for Adobe and Corel Corporations for several years.
Digital art tools of choice: Adobe Photoshop, CorelDraw, Newtek Lightwave, Pixologic Zbrush, Corel Painter
Fine art media: graphite, clay, oil paint
Kevn's Official Graphics Site
- http://www.IdearStudiosLLC.com - Kevn's official website
In the News
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Simple Leonardo Da Vinci gravity wheel that doesn't work - My brother-in-law, Kevn Lambson, who did our logo, used a 3-D printer to embody this Leonardo Da Vinci design. My atomic clock physicist dad, David W. Allan, gives a brief demonstration. (Free Energy Blog; April 6, 2015)
- Fundraisers > Kevn's PES Graphics >
PES Logo Designer Presents ChessPas - My brother-in-law, Kevn Lambson, who designed the PES Logo that we all love, is running a cool kickstarter campaign for a Chess-on-the-Run game he designed. If only for entertainment value, you should go check it out. Or better yet, do a pre-order; maybe it could double as a belated Mother's day present. (PureEnergyBlog; May 8, 2013)