Archive for August, 2012
Sergej Vutuc “Spines” Zines
black and white copy machine zine, 20 pages, edition: 25, made at LeLes place
CONFUSION MAGAZINE ISSUE 5
Featuring interviews with:
Jesse “The Mess” Martinez
Dan Cates & Scott “Horsey” Walker
Seb Daurel and Project Darwin
Christian “Petzi” Petzold
Artist feature with Russ Pope
DIY skate spots:
Pura Vida (Costa Rica)
Projet 45 (Montréal, Canada)
+ zine reviews, hot shits, and Belgian Fullpipe Dreams!
BLACK OUT zine
for one year i hear about them from my friend benjamin but everything is somehow faraway for me…then for sohrt time i came on black out again and fall in love, get black and wrote to quentin to share xerox love with him…few weeks later he send me big package of xerox and silkscreen love…its was food for my body my mind…i must say i dont understand french but rest is language… love to see black out like part of ansichtsbücherei.
new colors new boards new design…one of one forEVER…skate or collect everything gonna be past tomorrow….
3ECK zine Philip Kanwischer
there are 2 versions on is complitly black and white in edition of 20 and other is “better quality” with few photos in colore, strong paper 200gr,…all about 3ECK ramp/project at Stadtbad Wedding, Berlin
The King´s 6th Finger by Jolby & Rachel Roelke
42 pages, Hardcover, 10 1/4” x 10” (254 x 254 mm)
54 color illustrations, English
This utterly charming tale relates the story of King Mortimer, a royal plagued by Obsessive Compulsive Disorder who only finds comfort and ease by surrounding himself with the number 5 — be it 5 knights, 5 moats or 5 points on his crown.
One day he awakens to find that he has grown a sixth finger! Woe is he! His wizard is quick to suggest a remedy, but not one without risk. In a state of crisis, he takes advice from far and wide on how to achieve this cure. In turn, a jester, a gypsy, a professor and others present plans increasingly unlikely and complex. Driven to despair, epiphany is at last reached — perhaps his condition is not half so bad…
Beautifully illustrated in full color and with wonderful rhyming verse, The King’s 6th Finger will appeal to all ages.
Jolby & Rachel Roelke
Jolby is a collaborative design and illustration studio based in Portland, Oregon. Josh Kenyon & Colby Nichols began their partnership in 2005 after meeting at the Art Institute in San Diego. The two have exhibited their illustration work in galleries all over the world and combine their talents as Art Directors, Designers, and Illustrators. The magic of Jolby comes from Colby’s artistic obsession with creatures and characters and Josh’s love for color, pattern and texture. They try to achieve two goals within the work they create: “Tell a memorable story” and “make people smile.” They are always taking on new projects and love meeting new people.
LELE “Ice Nine”
looks like copyshop style but is not…home copymachine kitchen style…fast drawing…diffrent cover papiers
Beli Sladoled Books & Zines 2012
Bicycles in Art Around The World
256 pages, Hardcover, 11 3/4” x 8 1/2” (324 x 216 mm)
900 illustrations, English
There is an element of fanaticism in bicycle culture rarely seen among the varied forms of locomotion. A love affair of sorts develops between rider and bike, with all the constituent parts: obsession, devotion and longing. In extreme cases, hospitalization is required — among the more restrained, bicycle becomes muse, inspiring great works of art in a variety of media, all in an attempt to capture the spirit of the infatuation.
Bike Art pays homage to our two-wheeled friend, presenting works created on walls, canvases, paper, pedestals, bikeframes, skin and clothing by an international team of artists including Taliah Lempert, Janet Bike Girl, Mona Caron, Boris Indrikov, DZIine, Matt W. Moore, Andy Singer, Mike Giant, David Gerstein, Mark Grieve & Ilana Spector, “Bike 2.0″, “Azor”, “I Bike”, Kevin Cyr, Olek, Duane Flatmo and more. In addition, the bicycle receives a complete makeover as designers compete to create the most original ride, whether re-envisioning the age-old form in its entirety or creating custom pieces for private consumption.
A voyeuristic showcase of the lesser-known aspects of the culture — including festivals, performing arts and good works — rounds out this must-have volume.
hehehehehe,….arton saari say: “if you don’t slam you aren’t trying hard enough” …if you think that you dont have nothing better to watch then this link…
Fernando Elvira “Faith Software Actualized “
Vernissage: Do. 9.8. um 19:00
Sa. 11.8. 18:30 Treppengespäche mit Dr. Stumpfhaus
Ausstellungsdauer: 9. – 24.8.2012
Gefördert von dem Stadt Heilbronn | ESWIC, Montana Cans, Café & Bar Daneben, PlemPlem
fernandos blog: http://cocobula.blogspot.de/