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Call for Entries Open: The Prize for Illustration 2015  
Posted 8/19/14

London Places and Spaces Deadline 28 September 2014 The Association of Illustrators (AOI), in partnership with London Transport Museum, are now accepting submissions for The Prize for Illustration 2015. This year the theme is London Places and Spaces. For more information and how to enter, please visit theaoi.com.Please click here to download the press release.Click here to download the publicity image, please credit Erica Sturla.Illustration by Erica Sturla, shortlisted for the Serco Prize... [more]

Guide And Tips On 3D Interior Rendering Decorating At Home  
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7/22/14 Posted 7/22/14

3D Interior Rendering Australia Try this on the wall behind a bed, under a breakfast bar, or even the ceiling! If your white walls are driving you crazy, but you're overwhelmed by color choices and are afraid you'll make a mistake, an accent wall could be the answer. If this is the case you should find the one that will be treasured and also work in your own dining space. 3D Interior Rendering California Hence whether be level design or any complex design, we animate all of them with perfection... [more]

Finland Honors Gay Icon With Leather Daddy Postage Stamp  
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4/16/14 Posted 4/16/14

via Itella Posti I need a Finnish pen pal. This fall Finland's postal service, Itella Posti, is releasing a new series of stamps paying homage to legendary homoerotic illustrator Touko Laaksonen aka Tom of Finland. Laaksonen's iconic hyper-masculine drawings helped give rise to fetish art and made an incredible impact on gay culture. During a career spanning from the '50s to the '70s, Laaksonen produced over 3,500 illustrations challenging sexual norms and popular tropes while giving leather... [more]

149 post-it  
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4/3/14 Posted 4/3/14

149 post-it, my first ebook. diegogabriele.it • Google Play • Google Books [more]

Punk is Dead (again)   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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at Cité de la musique October 15th, 2013 - January 19th
Posted 1/21/14

"Yes that's right punk is dead, it's just another cheap product for the consumer’s head Bubble gum rock on plastic transistors, school boy sedition backed by big time promoters" So sang Crass in their 1978 track Punk is Dead... And the big time promoter in this instance is the French state via Cité de la Musique, where, from a certain perspective, Punk suffers the final ignominy of transferring from cultural reference or product for sale to vitrine protected cultural artefact to be pe... [more]

Making A Mark: Moving Painting Forward  
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1/12/14 Posted 1/12/14

Author Deb Lawrence Studio Shot, Deb Lawrence, “You don’t know how paralyzing that is, that stare of a blank canvas…but the blank canvas is afraid of the real, passionate painter who dares and who has broken the spell of `you can’t’ once and for all.” -Vincent van Gogh, 1884 Not sure what the disease is called, but I definitely have the bug. Like the kid who’s more interested in pebbles on the ground than animals at the zoo, I view life th... [more]

Norman, You Ain't So Corny as I Once Thought  
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1/12/14 Posted 1/12/14

This is a fulland altered version of a review that appeared in the Buffalo News on Jan. 12, 2014 When I was a aspiring teen artist growing up in Albany, NY, the walls of my bedroom were plastered with covers from The Saturday Evening Post, my handy portable art gallery in a house and a city where anything as esoteric as painting was nowhere in sight. Of course, prominent among The Post artists on display was the work of Norman Rockwell, America’s most beloved artist and the on... [more]

mohit-john #2  
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12/30/13 Posted 12/30/13

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Put Out Some Pencils and Paper: An Interview with Ingri Haraldsen  
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11/17/13 Posted 11/17/13

Oslo, Norway, Nov. 2013: I first met Ingri Haraldsen on an autumnal Saturday morning in Oslo, the day after the opening of the infamous Høstutstillingen 2013, Norway’s historic annual exhibition, which included a large-scale work of Haraldsen’s, Circular Story. I hadn’t yet met the artist then, and was blown away by the breathtaking depth and mastery of her work with pencil on paper, among the most impressive I’ve seen anywhere. I was visiting the Norwegian capita... [more]

The Nebulous Lines Between Art and Fashion   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Alex Noble at Londonewcastle Project Space August 31st, 2013 - September 10th, 2013
Posted 9/18/13

I have been thinking, lately, about the intersections between fashion and art and popular culture, ever since reading what I thought of as a particularly asinine quote from the pop star, Lady Gaga: "I really love the lyrics to ARTPOP, the title track," she told the gossip blog, Just Jared, when asked which were "the most powerful lyrics" on her latest album. “'We could belong together, ARTPOP.' The words seem really simple but it’s through the creative experiences with my friends t... [more]

The Artwork of Daniel Clowes: Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Daniel Clowes at Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) June 29th, 2013 - October 13th, 2013
Posted 7/6/13

Daniel Clowes’ career trajectory has had a weird sort of herky-jerky-ness to it. When he started out making comics in the 1980’s, his narratives were amorphous and meandering, at times borrowing from the Surreal, with paranoid/delusional plotlines and violent, and sexually perverse, graphic imagery. This was married to his early drawings which were highly restrained; in the press walk through of his current exhibition, “Modern Cartoonist: the Art of Daniel Clowes,” on view... [more]

Illustration and Visual Storytelling: Art and Industry  
Posted 3/12/13

ILLUSTRATION AND VISUAL STORYTELLING: ART AND INDUSTRYSession I: May 28-June 28Session II: July 9-August 94 undergraduate studio credits per session$2,400/session; $4,500 for both sessions This studio residency offers artists the opportunity to explore the wealth of resources available to professional illustrators in New York City while developinga portfolio of work that embodies personal vision. With guidance from award-winning illustrators, participants will complete a body of work comprised of... [more]

Story of Candid Charlie and artist B. Gordon Guth by Jim Linderman  
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2/28/13 Posted 2/28/13

Comic Book Photographica  and the first paparazzi Candid Charlie of Target Comics!For the record, I do not collect comic books, and I do not own those shown above.  For this post, I defer to the experts Steven Thompson and My Comic Shop, though in this case even they don't know too much.  Both are linked below.  Let's call this a query.  Who the hell was B. Gordon Guth, the artist who conjured up "Candid Charlie" a red-headed kid with camera?  Every boy with a handheld is Candid Charlie now, but back wh... [more]

Free Valentines eCards  
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2/12/13 Posted 2/12/13

Free Valentine's Day eCards Valentines Heart Celtic Knot Free eCard After spending a more than a few hours wrestling with Photoshop, some HTML and a couple of uncooperative sites, I've finally got up on the homepage six images I created that can be sent as free Valentines ecards. The designs are something I started working on awile ago but have redone for this years celebration. The process to send the ecard is fairly simple and is explained on the page so with just a few clicks you can send a m... [more]

This Land is Your Land   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Mark Dean Veca at Tierney Gardarin Gallery January 31st, 2013 - March 9th, 2013
Posted 2/11/13

From the Redwood forest to the Gulf Stream waters, Mark Dean Veca’s exhibition, “Made for You and Me,” echoes the fractured reality of the American Dream. Using his signature pop culture cartoon references, Veca’s work blends a sense of canned happiness with the grotesque, creating pieces that seem in flagrant contention with themselves. Begun in 2009 amidst the climate of a global recession, this body of work employs the symbols of capitalism that had been used to celebrate American success in a pe... [more]

Cambridge Christmas 12  
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11/26/12 Posted 9/24/12

Cambridge Christmas 12A group of contemporary arts and crafts professionals takes this opportunity close to Christmas to exhibit their work which make ideal Christmas gifts. Visitors have described it as a unique, magical, warm and personal event that they look forward to each year. It signifies the start of their Christmas shopping.  The evening is also an opportunity to share a glass of mulled cider, nibble on a mince pie and get to know the very talented artists personally.The Cambridge Christmas event... [more]


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