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OPEN is a new studio space for 9 illustrators, a screen printer and a publisher based in De Beauvoir Town, East London. Our philosophy is to provide support, criticism, dialogue, fairness, opportunity, a sense of belonging and fresh ambition to both our creative work and independent businesses; and in turn help others to benefit from the same. The two main objectives of Open are education and entrepreneurship. Stay tuned for full profiles and plenty of news!
Photograph Owen Richards
Posted by Partos King and the Ginger Thing at 5:26 AM
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Check out these two wonderful websites, a beautiful printing technique.
MANYMONO is a Risograph duplication service specialising in producing tactile, colourful prints and posters for artists, designers, illustrators, photographers & more.
Landfill Editions is an independent publisher based in London releasing Comics, Zines, Prints, Short Fiction and Science-Fact since Winter 2009.
Posted by Partos King and the Ginger Thing at 2:25 AM
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Be a part of Illustrative in Berlin!
Until October 22, 2010 applications for Illustrative 2011 can be submitted
In May 2011, the 6th Illustrative- the leading international festival for contemporary illustration and graphic arts, will take place in Berlin again. Artists from all over the world can now apply for the festival: Until October 22nd, 2010 they can submit works in order to be considered for the Young Illustrators Award. On November 5th, 2010 the nominees will be awarded in advance and invited to the “Illustrators Night”, a celebration at Direktorenhaus in Berlin. The Young Illustrators Award is an unique competition awarding creativity and innovation in personal contemporary illustration and graphics.
Read more here
Posted by Partos King and the Ginger Thing at 8:39 AM
After many wonderful aquatic adventures I have returned to London and the studio on
De Beauvior Road.
A few exciting projects are slowly coming to their final stages.
If by chance you live in San Francisco, check out the SFMOMA shop for t-shirts and tote bags, pictures coming soon!
Posted by Partos King and the Ginger Thing at 8:31 AM