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Seeing the process is half the awesome -
via Design Envy
Stumbled across this piece of cross media goodness. INSA combines the digital and real world in making these GIF-iti (no I did not name them – don’t judge me!). More can be found over on the adobe blog.
I’ll stop looking now – my brain hurts.
A special edition of Daniel Feral’s diagram was released this week in support of a new film and book, Futurism 2.0, documenting an emerging school of street artists known as Graffuturism, which began a few years ago as a secret Facebook group and has blossomed into a full-fledged movement. Now, Feral explains, it deserves its own mention on the diagram. A gallery show of Graffuturist art at Blackall Studios is not open anymore but we give you a chance to win one of those amazing prints. Just click the Facebook Like button under this article to be in with a chance of winning. Winners will be chosen at random with a random number generator! Good luck, competition closes on 14th October.
Or you can simply get it from Gamma Store.
Read more in VNA issue 20, released 12th October…
So this years Moniker Art Fair by Moniker Projects opens on Thursday this week. Nice line up, plus we are launching VNA issue 20 at the event on Friday night! (More details on this soon!) In the mean time have a look at the flyer for this years fair…
Coming to you this Halloween, Wednesday the 31st of October at a secret location in Bristol, “Trick or Treat” the exhibition.
RSVP now to firstname.lastname@example.org for an invite to the Trick or Treat fun house. With prizes for best dressed punters. Bring your wallets and your friends. this ones gonna be a howler. With artwork from RPM, Richt, Sickboy, Mudwig, Eko and Russell Maurice.
6-9pm plus an after party. It’s first come first severed. 60 new original pieces of artwork plus installations, games, tricks and treats for those who are lucky enough to be first in line.
Eat, drink and be scary.
The location will be revealed to you via email the night before the show.
Curated and produced by aMBUSH Gallery, in conjunction with Darling Quarter, OPEN offers large-scale, captivating public art exhibitions. The precinct’s debut exhibition runs from Friday 21st September, til 26thOctober. OPEN STREET ART, featuring some of VNA’s favourite Australian artists; Anthony Lister, Beastman , Shannon Crees and Hiroyasu Tsuri (aka TWOONE).
OPEN STREET ART explores the changing relationship between street artists, their work and their audiences, as the most significant art movement of the last ten years continues to grow. Darling Quarter is gearing up to become a premier cultural hub in the city, supporting the arts, partnering with cultural organisations such as aMBUSH Gallery to connect with the community.
More jump off after the jump off
Artist, designer, VNA issue 10 cover artist, Stolenspace Gallery owner and all round street art geezer D*Face has started a new clothing brand labelled Rebels Alliance. Its a tasty collection and its sure to be a great success…
Here’s something to pull you out of your post summer blues..up for grabs we’ve got a copy of VNA issue 19, with a limited edition screen printed cover – it also signed by the man himself, Anthony Lister. There are only 20 of these signed copies in the world, need we say more.
To be in with a chance of winning this, come up with an anagram of ‘Anthony Lister’ and write it in the comment section under this post. Winners will be chosen at random with a random number generator, but that’s no reason not to make them good! Good luck, competition closes on 3rd October.