SO…. theres this new mag, and its full of Art and Design and Skate and Surf, and theres no ads ‘ and like seriously, its the hottest thing we have seen this month! (Next to the limited DEUS book).
There is One hunderd pages of goodness, TJQ have gone all out with custom packaging, a sticker pack, a tear out poster, a stencil and more. The design and layout is amazing, as is the content which includes names like, Matty De Nittis, Jack Douglas, Aaron Petty, Maca and Phil, Adam Haynes, Jirat James Patradoon, Alex Schiller, Brett Hemmings,
Sirlin Wraps, Old Man Army, Pierre Lloga .
The first 200 copies sold come in a hand stenciled pack filled with goodies, check out the online store to pre order your copy
Look out for it in book stores from the 1st of October.
Champfest Magazine is published three times a year by London/ Melbourne twin duo Monique and Joanna. Ala Champfest was created to inform and inspire in an ever-relevant form, establishing a like-minded creative culture ahead of its time. Passionate about originality, being unique and independent, each issue of Champfest features emerging talent and those established. Showcases influential persons of our time, the image-takers, creators, movers and shakers.
After a successfully humbling first issue working with Jose Parla, Kill Pixie, Rip Zinger, Hamburger Eyes, Fecal Face…
Issue 002 follows with a strong list of those emerging and respectfully established. Yoshitomo Nara, Anthony Lister, Mai Ikuzawa, Angelique Houtcamp, Fergadelic, Kyotaro, Gas As Interface, Bow Wow International Design and Paul Barbera to name only a few.
Ala Champfest Touring Exhibition.
Supported by Stussy, Cadence and 14 Bike Co.
Be passionate, create originality.
rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Blanket magazine has always been about providing opportunities for emerging artists to be uncovered by a larger audience – and what better way than to uncover a new artist every month on the official Blanket 2010 calendar!
As part of their ‘Holiday’ issue, Blanket will be releasing a DIY download-and-make calendar and is providing you with the awesome opportunity to be one of the artists they uncover! Each artist will receive their own ‘month’ with their featured artwork, name and website address.
For details on submitting artwork go to Blanket Call for Artists.
Deadline: 15th November.
Wooden Toy Quarterly is one of the most awesome art/design magazines on the planet. Rich with textures, beautiful typography and fine illustrations. What better a magazine to get your work published in.
Wooden Toy has 8 spots (pages) available and is inviting all budding designers, artists and illustrators to submit a non-published new work of art that relates to this editions theme: MUSIC.
All works must be setup at 225mm x 225mm at 300dpi print resolution. But… send screen resolution 72dpi jpegs under 1mg to email@example.com. Deadline for submissions is Friday 6 November”
For more details see Wooden Toy Online
Happenstance Magazine is an independent Sydney-based print publication, which doesn’t forsake style for substance or substance for style. It’s all about making things happen; art, design ,music and the written word, as well as the people who create them.
What started as a bit of fun, has eventuated into an awesome independent magazine.
Happenstance recently launched their first issue, including stories on Sydney’s Independent galleries, bikes and a glimpse into the bedroom of Sydney artist James Jirat Patradoon.
It is a limited edition publication, with each issue individually numbered. And our friend Aaron, art director of Happenstance has given us 5 copies to give away to 5 lucky winners.
To enter simply send your details (name and address) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The 5 winners will be notified by email next Friday. (18th Sept)
Our friends from Oh Really Gallery are having a big exhibition to celebrate their first year and the launch of Oh Really Magazine issue 5 with a group show of hand painted books.
Over the past twelve months Oh Really has carved out a new space for art in Sydney’s inner west and has brought the creative community together around a diverse program of exhibitions and events. In it’s first year Oh Really presented over a dozen exhibitions from artists including Phibs, Beastman, Mini Graff, Simon Degroot and Ape7, played host to the Australian Stencil Art Prize, held half a dozen Culture Jams (improvised jams for artists and musicians) and more than a few productive artist lock-ins, launched the art-buying frenzy that was Cardboard City, produced a sold-out edition of Oh Really Magazine issue 4, and collaborated with local projects as Creative Sydney, CarriageARTSworks and Poliform for Design Sydney.
All that, while entertaining and directly engaging with hundreds of art lovers and passers-by every week, through the gallery space on Enmore Road.
Oh Really would like to thank everyone that’s made art, bought art, or looked at the art on the walls. Without you we’ll just be three guys sitting/drawing/laughing on a couch in an empty shopfront. We invite you to come celebrate one year of Oh Really and to welcome in the next big year at our new group show, Hard Cover No Jacket.
Hard Cover No Jacket, opening on Friday September 4, will present a collection of hand painted book covers from Australian and international artists, featuring:
anton benois ape7 beastman ben frost bennett bridge claire nakazawa creepy daek drewfunk ears esjay fox glove haha hazzy bee hello there houl jae copp james powditch john fellows(us) joe wilson jota jumbo kid zoom kitty horton kwan la luke taffe max berry mike egan(us) mini graf mr gauky(uk) neli0(frnc) onshow phibs pickle dick plump oysterroter ryan weston sam smith sean morris seekayem(nz) skael smc3 striker syke tane andrews teagues teazer tulsi vars vokal wei2 will coles yok zap
Opening 6pm Friday 4th September
’til sunday 6th September
OH REALLY GALLERY, 55 Enmore rd Newtown