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Wireframes of Illustrations

Wireframes of Illustrations

| September 10, 2013

Words by Hannah Grumbled Ricardo Gimenes showed abduzeedo.com wireframes of his illustrations. Gimenes has had over 16 years experience in design, art direction, illustration, video making, and production of anything creative put forth to him by his clients. He has worked all over the world producing unique characters, logos and websites. It is really interesting […]

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Putin & Obama Naked

Putin & Obama Naked

| September 6, 2013

  Words by Hannah Grumbled Russian Police have seized paintings of Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama nude. Police raided an erotica museum in St. Petersburg earlier this year, taking an x-rated portrait of Putin & President Barack Obama. The painting was created by artist Vera Donskaya-Khilko in 2011 and shows naked, warrior versions of both […]

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Hearts of Gold 10

Hearts of Gold 10

| September 5, 2013

Words by Emily Chantler  Hearts of Gold is a series of art shows curated by Bleeding Heart Café showcasing a number of local emerging artists and at the same time donating all bar takings on opening night to a charitable cause.  As with the previous nine Hearts of Gold shows, 100% of opening night profits […]

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Music + Design? BIGSOUND 2013 Has Got Your Back

Music + Design? BIGSOUND 2013 Has Got Your Back

| August 30, 2013

With just under two weeks until the largest music conference in the southern hemisphere rolls into town, BIGSOUND fever has well and truly set in. For the first time though, event organisers have reached out to one of the more under appreciated aspects of the music industry. Design plays an integral front-line role in the […]

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Upcoming Exhibits: September

Upcoming Exhibits: September

| August 27, 2013

  Words by Emily Chantler  As August draws to a close my inbox has become inundated with innumerable newsletters from a variety of venues and art galleries letting me know about their artistic highlights of the new month.  Here, I have complied a list of my most anticipated exhibitions for September. Yangon (Rangoon) A City […]

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BWF 2013

BWF 2013

| August 12, 2013

Words by Emily Chantler  As most people anticipated the Big Day Out announcement, I just as eagerly awaited the Brisbane Writer’s Festival line-up. Taking place early next month, from the fourth until the eight across a variety of local venues, this year’s festival is an exploration of the space between the reader and the writer […]

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Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals

Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals

| August 7, 2013

Words by Jo McTavish Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals brings together two emerging Brisbane based representational artists Ray Coffey and Duncan Mattocks, who both have seen their names around the scene as of late. Both Ray and Duncan carry similarities in their careers at present but still manage to deliver a unique individual style […]

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Beautiful Dreamers Awake Unto Me

Beautiful Dreamers Awake Unto Me

| August 1, 2013

Words by Emily Chantler  Beautiful Dreamers Awake Unto Me is an exhibition marking the launch of Michelle Fleur Photography.  An upcoming Brisbane-based photographer, Michelle specialises in both portraiture and fine art.   Beautiful Dreamers Awake Unto Me centres upon ideas of romance, enchantment, beauty, and the whimsical. Fairly new to the scene, Michelle says photography has […]

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Shit Yeah, NGTV Vol #5 Is Here!

Shit Yeah, NGTV Vol #5 Is Here!

| July 29, 2013

Words by  Anthony Thomas If you have 25mins spare today then you should spend it watching Naysayer and Gilsun’s latest video work. If you don’t then you should watch it anyway, or at least have a read of our quick interview with one of the guys involved. Note: for maximised viewing pleasure, experiencing the clips […]

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Light Sensitive

Light Sensitive

| July 26, 2013

Words by Emily Chantler  Come early August, Southside Tea Room will be playing host to the Light Sensitive photography exhibition, featuring an eclectic mix of eight local emerging and established artists all exploring the concept of identity through figurative narratives.  Featured artists include Elisabeth Willis, Chris Proud and Dominique Elliott though a chance to meet […]

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