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Posts Tagged ‘printmaking’

Hullabaloo: Southampton Solent School of Art and Design Illustration Degree Show Review 2014

Southampton Solent School of Art’s Coningsby Gallery show was funded and organised by this year’s graduates, and boasted an impressive range of yummy printed textures and clever tactile designs, showing a strong connection to the history and possibilities of illustration.

Written by Jenny Robins

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Hullabaloo by Bethany Coleman

In 2007 I graduated from the Illustration degree at Southampton Solent University, formerly The Southampton Institute, and now finally returned to a more proper title of Southampton Solent School of Art and Design, based in a shiny and exciting new building in the centre of town opened by Sir Peter Blake in 2012. Last week I was able to visit this year’s satellite degree show at the Coningsby Gallery, organised and fundraised for entirely by the students themselves, the theme was Hullabaloo. Amelia previously… read more

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UEL: Digital Arts and Visual Communication Graduate Show 2011 Review

Excellent work from Gosia Kaczmarczyk, Luke Gray and Sarah-Jane Evans on the Digital Arts and Visual Communication degree course at the University of East London.

Written by Amelia Gregory

There was some very strong work from Digital Arts and Visual Communication at the UEL graduate exhibition. Naturally I was drawn to the photographers, viagra 40mg illustrators and print makers. […]

Art of discovery: An interview with illustrator Lynn Hatzius

Brimming with fascinating detail, Lynn Hatzius’ work is full of intriguing quirks and twists. We spoke with the illustrator, printmaker and collage-artist about the appeal of the uncanny, building contacts and ‘happy accidents’ in the creative process.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Cheryl Cole by Antaya Lendore Wagner by Karina Yarv. Another year, visit another X Factor out of the way. I went through a period of not watching any telly at […]

Exhibition Review: Andrew Curtis’ Wild England

"Suburban life is a big strain, you know... To maintain this fabric of absolute normaility requires powerful repressive forces -all these double glazing and patio doors are sustained by a huge effort of will." JG Ballard

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

All photography by Matt Bramford When Ellen from The Real Runway emailed me to ask if I’d like to go to an erotic/spooky cake launch, pill it took me about […]

Royal College of Art Show One 2010: Photography and Printmaking

Show One at the RCA throws up an unlikely mix of Climate Rush inspired lithographs, monsters in ballet shoes and kitchen implements designed to produce screenprints.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Aniela Murphy/NeltonMandelton. The Yes Men began when founders Mike and Andy received an invitation intended for the director-general of the World Trade Organisation – via their fake WTO […]

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Duke Press Launch – One of a Kind

New collective Duke Press puts the creative back into independent publishing. Contributor Alex Lee Katz attended the launch night.

Written by Alex Lee katz

They’ve already been creating quite a bit of buzz over here but it looks like 2010 could be the year of The Drums. Their EP Summertime is already available to […]

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London Word Festival

Amy Hughes preempts the third installment of the bookish bonanza to discover why east is the word

Written by Amy Hughes

2009 Fashion Futures 1 – Project with teenagers in Newham “FAD” is shorthand for ‘Fashion Awareness Direct, drugs ambulance ’ a registered charity since 2005; although it was successfully managed […]

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Pecha Kucha: Death by Powerpoint?

Pecha Kucha is an evening of presentations mixed up with beer. Art editor and freelance illustrator Valerie Pezeron tested her not so developed showmanship skills for Amelia's and survived.

Written by Valerie pezeron

All Illustrations courtesy of Valerie Pezeron Imagine never having done any presentation to more than 30 people in your lifetime – and that did not really matter because they were […]

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Boxbird’ s Chirp to all Illustrators and Printmakers!

Boxbird Gallery is planning an exhibition about travel and is inviting our readers to get creative. Gallery owner Alice Teague tells us more about it.

Written by Valerie Pezeron

Image courtesy of Zara Wood Boxbird Gallery is on the search for the hottest Illustration & printmaking talent to join in with their May 2010 show ‘A to B: An […]

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The Makery – Bath gets Crafty

Written by Amy Hughes

Very occasionally and normally with a good dose of tongue-in-cheek irony and predatorial bad-taste, illness is an older woman considered as an object of sexual-desire. In the Coen brothers’ latest, […]