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123Klan x DC Shoe Co – Competition!

VNA and Fifth Wall TV took a little jaunt over to see 123Klan in Paris for their exhibition and latest capsule collab with DC at DC’s Hub – check out the exhibition there if you’re in town at 15 Rue Montorgueil 75001 Paris.

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DC and 123Klan have kindly given us a signed t-shirt and snapback for one lucky fan to take home. Simple head over to our instagram to check out the competition! @vnamagazine

Here’s some snaps by Sofia Nebiolo & Christophe Victoor of the how the night went down (at least, the bits we’re allowed to share anyway…) Watch out for interview and videos coming from Fifth Wall soon…

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Moniker Art Fair 2015 – Win Tickets

Moniker Art Fair returns for its sixth year, on October 15–18 at the Old Truman Brewery, having firmly established itself as London’s premiere event for contemporary art with its roots embedded in urban culture.

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Building on the foundations of five years experience and it’s continued success, Moniker Art Fair will be again venue-sharing with London’s leading artist-led fair, The Other Art Fair, in what will be a showcase of independent and established talent all under one roof in East London’s iconic Old Truman Brewery.

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Analogue/Digital – Win Free Passes!

Our buddies at Analogue/Digital are giving away passes to people who otherwise may not have a chance to to attend. This year they’re giving five lucky fans the chance to snaffle a double pass to Analogue/Digital in either Brisbane or Melbourne!

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To enter: make a comment about your favourite A/D presenter on www.instagram.com/analogue_digital / @analogue_digital and @ tag in the friend you want to bring along!

It’s that easy! The winner will be picked on Friday this week. Best of Luck!

www.analoguedigital.com.au

VNA x Dephect Competition!

// THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED, BUT YOU CAN STILL GET YOUR HANDS ON AWESOME DEPHECT GEAR OVER AT THEIR WEBSTORE: WWW.DEPHECT.COM //

Ok peoples, it’s competition time.

Now that April Fool’s is out the way, we have a fresh new sweat to give away from them there lovely chaps at Dephect. The Elephant sweat is the brainchild of the ridiculously talented Ian MacArthur – www.iainmacarthur.com

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The final winner will be chosen at random on Monday 7th April. Judges decision is final.

Check more freshness from the Dephect guys here:

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Antony Lister – Interview & Competition

We caught up with Aussie artist, Antony Lister, prior to the launch of his new book for a chat about how fucked the world is right now. To celebrate, we’re offering a signed copy to the person who posts the best anti-war image on Instagram, with the tags #verynearlyalmost and #nowarlister. We’ll decide the winner on the 15th November.

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Antic Apparel Competition

Bristol based clothing brand Antic Apparel have kindly offered to give away some of their fresh garments to you guys.

Up for grabs is a 2013 winter collection black bobble patch beanie and a signature black Antic logo t-shirt. All you have to do is email ro@verynearlyalmost.com with your t-shirt size before 18th October and you could be randomly selected to win.

Happy Friday.

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Sidewayz – Call To Artists

Back in 2007, a charity art exhibition called Sidewayz was put together. It was a massive success, with the 2008 exhibition opening to a huge audience at MTV Galleries. Brad Eastman (Beastman) originally curated the show, with around 65 artists from across Australia, along with a handful of international submissions.

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E.L.K in the Woods

Archibald Prize nominee, Luke Cornish aka E.L.K, is the first stencil artist to be nominated for the award. Ever. We managed to get a quick interview with him in between his hectic schedule of newspaper interviews, TV appearances and flights between Sydney and Melbourne…

How have you found it since everything blew up?

Everyone wants a piece, it’s very flattering, but it’s very frustrating too.

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