Archive for March, 2010
Six Artists, Six Fashion Designers, Seven Hotel Rooms of Interactive, Live Photo Shoots
BRING YOUR CAMERAS AND SHOOT AS YOU GO FROM ROOM TO ROOM, INSTALLATION TO INSTALLATION.
Featuring: Jesse Willesee, Enid Sligh working with Florence Broadhurst “sacrificial cloth” never before released to the public, WTC, Saint Augustine Academy, We Were Warriors by Kalindy Millions, Antochrist, Shayli Harrison and many more.
Via : Jesse Willesee’s Blog
Amazing typographic motion graphics from Volume One.
Look Hear is a weekly event for the month of March, at the Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, where creative professionals take to the stage to present a series of talks and presentations. Each Wednesday evening starting 10th of March, a selection of designers and artists will discuss their creative process, methods and techniques, and the inspirations behind their careers in creativity. With an awesome line-up including The National Grid, We Buy Your Kids and Peppermint Magazine. And whats more.. its FREE!!
Check out the site for further details.
Magnation and Bird in the Hand are hosting an exciting zine making day at the Magnation Newtown store (Sydney). They’ll have, “some pretty nifty interesting paper, magazines, fabrics, scissors and glue as well as staple facilities and writing implements to share.”
When: Saturday, 6th March. 10am-3pm
Visit the facebook event for more info.
Some nice illustration work by John Ryan Solis. Check out his portfolio.
Photo by Rikki B.
If you love cameras and photography, and reside in Sydney, you might be interested in getting down to the Sydney Camera Market, held this Sunday, 7th March.
There will be local and interstate dealers, with around 45 tables. With 1,000’s of collectables like Still, video, digital, and (8mm, Super 8 and 16mm ) movie, cameras, lenses, lights, filters, projectors, tripods, stands, screens, books, magazines, film stock , you name it every thing photographic and movie will be there.
Held at the Ultimo Community Centre, 40 WIlliam Henry St, Ultimo.
Organized by The Camera and Image Collectors Society
Hollis Brown Thornton moving images from a virtual reality, to an unpredictable, tangible one. Using a pigment transfer process which is explained step by on His website. Read an interview with Hollis here
Typography is an art, but good typography is great art. “Paul Rand”
Here is some great art by Artem Sukhinin