I recently did a series of five illustrations for the new literary magazine, Canteen. What I like about it is that it’s not pretentious. What you see is what you get. Its founder, Stephen Pierson, is a professional poker player and his sole motivation to put this project together is giving quality exposure to artists, […]
Ok, granted this may be a little too much information, but heck we’re all adults here (our screening process is rigorous I tell you, rigorous) and this is something that’s happened to each and every one of us at some point of our illustrious lives.
Fernanda Cohen Local design studio, Anyhow, are one of the guest speakers at this year’s Semi-Permanent conference. I spoke to designer, Kristian Pechotsch, about what sets Anyhow apart from other Australian studios. ‘I think the difference is the whole ethos of the studio â€” laidback, sun (or lack of it in Victoria!) and surf-loving but […]
Fernanda Cohen I’ve been getting into Catherine’s online journal this week. There’s all sorts of interesting musings on life, music and art up there along with a tasty little selection of her work. Speaking of which, anyone know a good recipe for a flan? Hmmm. You just never know when it will come in handy. […]
Fernanda Cohen First off, a big heads up to the talented folk at Melbourne-based design studio, Urchin Associates, who have created a new logo for Lost At E Minor which I think really captures the spirit of the newsletter. I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with Urchin on a number of projects over the years […]
Andrew Davis (from AWWSWEET, a curating agency) has done it again: his second skateboard art show has made it all the way from Detroit to the Brooklyn-based art space, Third Ward. Inspired by the documentary feature film Beautiful Losers, which focuses on the subcultures of skateboarding and graffiti, Good Wood brings together 45 different artists who’ve designed a stunning selection of decks. Styles range from collage, graffiti, acrylic, oil, ink, silkscreen and photography to sculpture. Some of the big players in the show include Chuck Anderson, Nathan Fox, Leo Espinosa, and myself, amongst many others.
Teatrio, an arts association in Italy, is behind an amazing traveling exhibition titled The Fabulous Colored Pencils which has been touring through Italy for more than a year and features what they consider to be the best 40 female illustrators worldwide.