Creators
  • Charis Tsevis
    Charis Tsevis

    “In portraiture, lighting is everything. It illuminates, sculpts and highlights a face. I like to use my brushes and other software or hardware tools as ‘light chisels’ to draw attention to the parts of the face that could send a message and express feeling.”

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  • Tsto
    Tsto

    “My advice to young creatives is to be honest with themselves, work hard and remember not to take things too seriously. Things are definitely taking a huge turn towards looking at things from a global perspective. No more hibernating in Helsinki!”

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Pick of the Month
  • BENT Celebrates the Seasons with Raley's Family of Fine Stores
    BENT Celebrates the Seasons with Raley's Family of Fine Stores

    BENT image lab fires up the imagination with a seamless weave of ultra-realistic CG animation, photogrammetry and gorgeous live-action for Raley's "Eating Seasons" campaign. Working hand-in-hand with agency Ivie & Associates, and the inspired folks at Raley's Family of Fine Stores, BENT Partner David Daniels directs the four spots celebrating every season of the year – namely "Holiday", "Spring", "Summer" and "Fall".

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Upcoming Events
Books On Demand – Zoë Sadokierski
Books On Demand – Zoë Sadokierski

Birds With Smutty Names. Writers’ Typewriters. Analogue Bodies. A new exhibition of recent experimental bookwork by Zoe Sadokierski, Books on Demand, investigates the possibilities of print-on-demand publishing. The 12 books in this exhibition have eclectic themes: Birds With Smutty Names depicts 20 birds with names that prove ornithologists have a sense of humour, from the Agile Tit-Tyrant to the Moustached Flowerpiercer, with each bird is illustrated using collaged pages from an erotic novel; Analogue Bodies is a collection of essays by Tom Lee, about feet and teeth, illustrated using archival material from science museums; Writers’ Typewriters presents anecdotes about 45 famous writers’ creative process, alongside drawings of their actual typewriters.

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  • Architecture & Design Film Festival 2014
    Architecture & Design Film Festival 2014

    From October 15-19, 2014, the Architecture & Design Film Festival – the nation's largest event celebrating architecture and design – will return to New York's Tribeca Cinemas for its highly anticipated sixth season with an exciting new lineup of films from around the world. Over the course of five days, the festival will showcase 25 feature-length and short films that introduce audience members to the people, places, and movements that are directing and redefining the fields of architecture, design, urbanism, and fashion.

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  • The Day of the Aloof Icon – Prints by Joe Magee
    The Day of the Aloof Icon – Prints by Joe Magee

    Joe Magee is an award-winning UK artist and film maker. He has been a regular contributor of images to a range of international publications such as The Guardian, Time Magazine, Liberation, New York Times and Newsweek. His work has shown widely at galleries and film festivals internationally. He has artworks in the permanent collections of University of the Arts London and University of Bath. His films have screened at London, Edinburgh and Tampere film festivals.

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  • Equipmag Retail Expo China 2014
    Equipmag Retail Expo China 2014

    Presented by organisers of the EQUIPMAG (Paris) and Retail Asia Expo (HK) teams, the EQUIPMAG Retail Expo China is an annual trade show that caters to retailers in mainland China. The exhibition consists of two focus areas: Technology / Equipment and Fittings / Marketing. The expo showcases retail solutions and provides educational features and networking opportunities to perfectly compliment the needs of every retail professionals. EQUIPMAG Retail Expo China is where retailers come to shop!

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  • Seventeen presents 'A Picture is No Substitute'
    Seventeen presents 'A Picture is No Substitute'

    To consider a possible substitute for a picture is to acknowledge the missing elements of a represented moment. A Picture is No Substitute is a group exhibition that places an onus on the structural surround of the represented, where acts of removal, intentional absence and obstruction are as equally important as the palpable. Bringing together works by Rachal Bradley, Marie Lund and Hannah Weinberger the exhibition meditates on a repudiation of authorship, and an acknowledgement of absence and half-finished stories within modes of representation, production and exchange.

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  • Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen presents 'Out of the Ordinary' by Studio Wieki Somers
    Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen presents 'Out of the Ordinary' by Studio Wieki Somers

    Studio Wieki Somers has been invited by the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam to celebrate this occasion with a solo exhibition. The exhibition ’Out of the Ordinary’ offers a glimpse into the imaginative world of everyday objects that the studio has created in the past decade. The skillfully produced objects combine beauty and narrative with technical ingenuity. The series ‘Frozen in Time’ and ‘Mitate’ will be shown for the first time in the Netherlands. They will be brought together in a textile installation supported by Kvadrat.

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