Posts tagged "art"

| Interview | Bevan de Wet: Creating His Own Mythology

After a short bout pack backing in South East Asia, several collaborative ventures and a residency in New York, Newtown-based printmaker Bevan de Wet has become one of Johannesburg’s most prolific creatives. His immense dedication to precision coupled with his organic pursuit of deconstructing both history and identity has induced the inception of several unprecedented...
Pierre Debusschere - True Colours

Pierre Debusschere – True Colours

Belgian director, photographer and curator Pierre Debusschere is an artistic powerhouse. Using every medium he knows how, he has created breathtaking works using imagery in the most imaginative of ways for the likes of Dazed & Confused Magazine, V Magazine and Numero, to name but a few. In 2009 he launched his studio called 254FOREST,...

| Interview | Oju Ona: The Story of an African Art Museum – Part 1

Produced by Dr. Jean-Marie Jullienne and compile and edited by co-authors, David Jullienne and Nozomi Kitazawa, Oju Ona: Collection of the South African Museum of African Art is the first book in the planned South African Museum of African Art series. Billed as the introduction to a much larger museum project, the 140 objects presented...

| Interview | Oju Ona: The Story of an African Art Museum – Part 2

Produced by Dr. Jean-Marie Jullienne and compile and edited by co-authors, David Jullienne and Nozomi Kitazawa, Oju Ona: Collection of the South African Museum of African Art is the first book in the planned South African Museum of African Art series. Billed as the introduction to a much larger museum project, the 140 objects presented...

Interpret Durban 4 leaves eThekwini in smiles

Interpret Durban is an arts and culture event in Durban South Africa. On the 31 August, Durban’s stunning 103-year-old City Hall welcomed the fourth edition of the festival, with a theme ‘The Concrete Circus Edition’.

Copywriter vs. Art Director

The eternal dispute between Copywriters and Art Directors, based on parisvsnyc.blogspot.com.br and created by Caio Pena (AD), Henrique Parada (AD) and Letícia Hanower (CW). The images speak for themselves… or do they? And so it continues.  

Ghostly International presents Andy Gilmore

A master of colour and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore‘s work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic, though it could just as well be described as visually acoustic, his often complex arrangements referencing the scales and melodies in music.(Length: 04.02)

FYI: Korean Photoshop Trolls and other cool shit

At one small seed we believe in the power of unique ideas and novel concepts. Ranging from technology, design, art and music, we’ve compiled a collection of crazy, fascinating, funny and bizarre findings that we think would be of interest to you. Here are some of our favourite finds this past week. Stay tuned for...

#FYI: Floating Bathtubs and other cool shit

At one small seed we believe in the power of unique ideas and novel concepts. Ranging from technology, design, art and music, we’ve compiled a collection of crazy, fascinating, funny and bizarre findings that we think would be of interest to you. Here are some of our favourite finds this past week. Stay tuned for...

American photography icon Bert Stern dies age 83

What do Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren, and Brigitte Bardot have in common besides eternal fame? They were all clients of the late fashion photographer icon Bert Stern, who passed away on June 26 2013.

IMAGES OF THE WEEK: JUNE

At the end of each week, we add four more images from onesmallseed.net to the relevant month’s gallery collection on onesmallseed.com. All images are the featured works of members of one small seed network, our creative online community. To have your work featured here, simply sign up as a member and start uploading! Enjoy our selection for June and...

Reflections of Reunion | Part 1 | Electropicales 2013

Now in its fifth year, Reunion’s Electropicales Music and Arts Festival is a catalyst for bringing the sometimes disparate worlds of art and music together. Four days, four different venues, a cultural mix of people and a unique opportunity to explore this tropic beauty.

Max Papeschi: Butchering Innocence

Max Papeschi may have begun his career as an author and director in film, television, and theatre, but the avante garde daredevil has twisted his skills into something a little more wicked. The satirical artist is known for his nightmarish re-intereterpretations of children’s fictional favourites. His visions see Mickey Mouse as a naked prostituting Nazi,...
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