Monday, 31 January 2011

P O S T P O N E D :

INTERNET ART


Unfortunately we've had to postpone the Bristol - based event for the time being. Information and ideas for the event will be posted to get you thinking and tinkering and prepared for the big day, pictures and all...

'Twelve' will now lack sequential linearity, oh well, lets begin getting ready for the Alt Press International fair in May.
You game?

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

One a day series.....

A while back i did a series of one a day ink drawings, now they have developed into more considered pieces but none the less here is one example....
They are all available through www.antlersgallery.com

Saturday, 15 January 2011


Just introducing myself...www.mrmead.co.uk

Friday, 14 January 2011

Puck Collective







Puck are a new exciting illustration and creative collective. Made of image makers Babycrow, Kristina Grundberg, Samuel Esquire, Robbies Brown Shoes and Patch Keyes.

They're looking to create and inspire, exhibit and interact in everyway possible. Their first London exhibition will be taking place at the City Arts and Music Project (CAMP) on March 3rd. They've already started to line up projects to raise their profile throughout the year. Individually they have worked with the likes of Tokyo Fixed, Adidas, Nike, Creative Review and The Guardian.

2011 aims to be Pucks year.

www.puckcollective.co.uk

Wednesday, 12 January 2011

PLAY:


"The term Internet art typically does not refer to art that has been simply digitized and uploaded to be viewable over the Internet.
This can be done through a web browser, such as images of paintings uploaded for viewing in an online gallery.
Rather, this genre relies intrinsically on the Internet to exist, taking advantage of such aspects as an interactive interface and connectivity to multiple social and economic cultures and micro-cultures. It refers to the Internet as a whole, not only to web-based works."



























Monday, 20 December 2010

BRAVED THE SNOW : zooloo



Thank you sexy nachos, print auction contributors and table-keeprs, with your combined talents, the auction successfully raised a mental amount to begin building the foundations for our Big Issue fundraising project, a little more on how this develops later...


Now a bit more on what happend..

Our man of many many talents Gordo photographicated some tidbits of the event, you can see a neat slideshow of his captured images on that there ZINESWAP Tumblr and some information on the Live Zine Workshop he hosted...Oh and how the fun rampaged!! Out of control they were, soon enough a camera and tripod were put to use and a collaborative stop-start animation was on the loose. Will post it up on here once it's dun dun dun.

More to come on Bear Gami II fairly soon, in the meantime, click through the Bear Gami Apostles to peruse the creations of our favourite minds eFacting London right now..I recommend you do..YOU.
Extra special thanks to Joe from Hard Workers Club for the lending of tables, Penny Klein for her very generous efforts in setting up/saving my sanity and Joe from Tropical Waste for DJing Rainbow tinted musix which glitter'd in our ears all day.

Until next time, brave the snow and keep it tidy.


J