Edwina White’s illustrated i-stop animation

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By Zolton in Video on Wednesday 13 May 2009

This brilliant i-stop motion animation by New York-based illustrator Edwina White was created at CCA Santa Fe, in New Mexico, and features the evocative soundtrack of The Windmills of Your Mind, as sung by Noel Harrison.

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Edwina White exhibits in NYC

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By Zolton in New Events on Thursday 1 May 2008

The Kinz, Tillou and Feigen Gallery in New York is hosting an exhibition of recent drawings by Australian-born, Brooklyn-based illustrator Edwina White [above] and altered book sculptures by Brian Dettmer [below], in concurrent solo exhibitions.

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Edwina White [interview]

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Saturday 10 November 2007

We caught up with Australian-born, New York-based illustrator, Edwina White, recently. What have you been obsessing about lately outside of illustration? ‘Where does it end? I have been obsessing about curled celery, Ginger Syrup with champagne, about an A Detacher dress, old science charts and Third Drawer Down goodies’.

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Reverend Molotov

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Tuesday 12 June 2007

Ok, his bio says it better than we could: ‘The Reverend is a peaceful, angry man, who lives on the top of the tallest branch on the tallest tree in Bloodsausage Wood. From up there he can see everything clearly, except himself. He stands there all day everyday, swaying in the wind, trying to create […]

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Edwina White

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By Casper Johansson in New Illustration on Sunday 20 May 2007

The bio of Brooklyn-based Australian illustrator Edwina White says it all: ‘Born on the shortest day, longest night in Sydney, White studied Visual Communications at UTS with a spell at Brighton University, UK. After graduating with the University Medal she taught classes for four years at UTS and UWS- while freelancing as an illustrator, fine […]

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Noah Butkus

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Thursday 21 September 2006

As well as creating some wicked t-shirt designs, American illustrator Noah Butkus has done some really interesting and creative work for Burton Snowboards. He told the Road Trip Nation website: ‘I just grew up skateboarding at a real early age and reading comic books … just drawing and drawing and did that my whole teenage […]

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The lost crayon

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Thursday 31 August 2006

Pietari Posti was born in Helsinki, Finland. As his website states, ‘when other kids were asking him to play, he preferred to stay in and draw. Later they stopped asking. Nowadays he spends his days and nights illustrating both the traditional way and by computer, and more often using both’. He works as a freelance […]

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Porous Walker

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Wednesday 23 August 2006

With all the subtlety of a sledgehammer (albeit a well drawn one), Porous Walker’s illustration work comes across as fresh yet grounded in a sense of brutal realism. Born as Jimmy Di Marcellis on an airplane from New York to Rome in 1974, Porous confesses these days to be compelled to share his every thought […]

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Circus kids

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By Zolton in New Events, New Illustration on Friday 18 August 2006

Those in Sydney should pop along to the Kirk Gallery in Surry Hills tonight for the burlesque party to end all burlesque parties. Called Dance Your Panties Off, the night will feature a ‘dazzling concoction of ethereal flyers, aerial artists, harp players and bizarre circus acts’ amongst other burlesque-styled oddities. Sounds like fun. It all […]

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Hold onto your legs

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By Zolton in New Illustration, New Music on Sunday 23 July 2006

Edwina White French electronica producer Colleen’s most recent release — The Golden Morning Breaks — borrows liberally from the rich sonic palette of classical music. It’s a beautifully compiled album which drifts in that dark ether of sonic unease. I interviewed her about it via email and asked her how much of a perfectionist she […]

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Listening for the weather

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Friday 7 July 2006

Forgive me if I ramble but it’s 3am as I write this and I have been well and truly numbed to the biting grip of the mid-winter chill by a strong shot of whiskey and a mind full of needless chatter.

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