Techtomeat, a geological exploration into the texture and form of flesh, is a collaboration between geologist Clement Fay, photographer Raul Posse and musician Dylan Howells. Part of the Incubator series, curated by Michelle Hall for Artspaced Inc. and funded by RADF in Townsvile QLD; Techtomeat works across existing boundries by blending the shape, texture, colour […]
Born in Argentina, now based in Mexico, Jorge Alderete studied Design in Visual Communication at the Fine Arts University of La Plata Argentina. He is an illustrator whose work is well known in Mexico and beyond. His work has been published in various specialized anthologies, such as Illustration Now! Latin American Graphic Design (Taschen), Illusive, […]
Based in Townsville in Australia’s Far North Queensland, Tom Jefferson, better known as Harry, is an illustrator, painter and graffiti artist, recording his work with timelapse videos. He is hoping for North Queensland to become more open to new concepts and new work, not just a sterile grey or white wall.
I had the priviledge of travelling to Cumbal in the south east of Colombia as part of a film production team, scouting for potential places and people. My mission was to assist in the search of the film’s main character, a young boy, which resulted in this unique collection of twin portraits. Serious and smiles.
This is the second film by Colombian director Ciro Guerra, exploring the myth of the curse of The Devil’s Accordion. It’s a very popular urban myth in the north of this country.
Bringing back the Cumbia fever that once ruled Latin America in the 40s, 50s and 60s, Frente Cumbiero is now dubbin’ and trippin’ all that ancestry with mixes featuring the likes of Mad Professor. Sweet.
In Melbourne, in a little corner on the ever-hip Gertrude Street, you can eat and feel so good at Sonido, with South American tunes that will blow your mind. That is, if you can fit into one of the small baby chairs outside.
Philadelphia-based artist Dan Lehman’s witty hand drawn illustrations are teeming with style, humor and imagination. With thoughts and images intimately accumulating in his ongoing QRS sketchbooks series, the viewer sees Lehman’s visions unfold from his day-to-day life.
Ever since we were in high school and we sat on the same bus seat, Don Temor has always impressed me with his skills illustrating every single thing that pops into his head. These days, he is a renowned street artist in Bogota, playing and collaborating with other people doing installations that blow your mind.
Chanel Baran is one hell of an inspired gypsy. I haven’t met anyone so capable of seeing everything in so many different colours and wavelengths, no matter how dark any given situation is. She just makes it look so easy.