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VNA 25 Limited edition lottery.

Well it’s that time again where we offer our limited editions for sale online! We only have a small number, so please send an email to to indicate your interest. This special run of 150 issues of VNA 25 come with a screen-printed Swoon cover in a sexy screen-printed envelope.

The lottery will close on  26 February and winners will be notified shortly afterwards. The magazine is being sold for £40 with the profits going to a charity of Swoon’s choice.

Please email to show interest and please play nice – only one email per person.

VNA 25 Ltd. Edition Swoon cover



Artist Ian Strange transforms Christchurch earthquake zone

Australian artist Ian Strange continues his worldwide investigation into the suburban home with Final Act; a new work commissioned and exhibited by Canterbury Museum, which saw Strange transform four suburban houses still ravaged by the effects of the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. The quake, New Zealand’s deadliest peacetime disaster, left 16,000 homes rendered permanently uninhabitable, deemed too dangerous for residents to return.

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LTD edition issue 24 lottery winners

If anyone who entered the VNA lottery draw for issue 24 was notified as winning and has not received a payment request from paypal, please get in touch with to resolve. Please include proof of notification in the email.

For anyone who has not yet received their LTD edition VNA 24 magazine after paying via paypal, we know who you are and are working to resolve it asap. If you have any concerns please get in touch with

We’re hoping to resolve this as quickly as possible. Thanks for your patience.

VNA on Google +

Here at VNA, we’re starting to use Google + a little more, and we’re hoping to do some projects that might excite our readers. If you do have a google + account, why don’t you pop by and say hello. You can find us here or via the link on the sidebar.


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.

Competition: Feral's diagram

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.