Sketch Travel: 70 artists collaborate for the Room to Read literacy non-profit

Vincent Serritella Reader Find

By Vincent Serritella in New Art on Thursday 28 February 2013

Dice Tsutsumi, of Pixar and Gerald Guerlais, was able to bring more than 70 artists together for this Sketch Travel project. The only requirement was to hand-deliver the sketchbook to a fellow artist. The project will culminate in an auction of the original book and the proceeds will be donated to the international literacy non-profit, […]

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Collaborative stop motion video by Danielle Julian Norton and Tarrah Krajnak

Melissa Vogley Woods Reader Find

By Melissa Vogley Woods in Video on Wednesday 20 February 2013

‘Creepy, odd, disturbing yet somehow sweet’ are some words that come to mind about artists Danielle Julian Norton and Tarrah Krajnak’s collaborative work under the title Suite 42. The two come together to create collaborative works in video, stop-motion, photography and sculpture. The team has an on-again-off-again relationship rooted in pushing ideas from what comes […]

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Suit Up at Melbourne’s QV

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Events on Friday 30 January 2009

The Suit Up exhibition comprises a number of artworks from various Australian street, comic, and illustration artists, each of whom has applied their unique style to that ubiquitous — yet, rarely tapped — canvas, the playing card. The designs have been produced as giclee prints, signed and numbered by the artists, and are limited to […]

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The United Nations of CUPCO

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Events on Monday 8 December 2008

We’ve all seen those iconic Jesus Christ, Osama Bin Laden, Queen Elizabeth II and the suicide bomber CUPCO dolls floating around the world. Now Western Australia’s ingenious artist Luke Temby, aka CUPCO, has invited 100 international artists to showcase their own creative interpretation of CUPCO dolls here in Australia. The doll exhibition will open at […]

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Black and White Freedrawings by Zeptonn Willem

Kate Barnett Reader Find

By Kate Barnett in New Design on Friday 19 September 2008

If you haven’t heard of illustrative designer Zeptonn, then you should have. He’s the creative force uniting a group of talented designers who operate on the brilliant design site Black Rock Collective.

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