“Numskull is an Australian based artist, working out of Sydney in a variety of fields and mediums including painting, sculpture, illustration and large scale murals.”
As Numbskull will be talking at this years Semi Permanent, we decided to ask him a few questions before the big event.
Read the entire Numskull interview →
The Powerhouse Museum and some of Sydney’s leading creative minds are taking 3-D printing to a delicious new level at the Museum’s Eat the Collection after hours program on Thursday 30 May.
Eat the Collection will explore the evolving world of digital fabrication technologies. Ten creative industry professionals, ranging from architects, industrial and graphic designers to artists and sculptors, will be designing a new 3-D object drawing inspiration from one of the most extensive museum collections in Australia. But there’s a catch; the designs will be printed in chocolate using a 3-D printer. Read all about Eat the Collection @ The Powerhouse Museum →
Congratulations to the Foundation Stone winner Derek Samuel for his entry titled ‘Life’ in the professional section, and to Stepping Stone winner Paul Hanslow for his ‘Fragile Grip on Life’ entry in the student section.
40 finalist posters selected from over 300 entries were on display at last week’s impressive exhibition launch at the Monash School of Art Design & Architecture.
AGDA has collaborated with UNICEF to create the theme for this year’s Australian Poster Biennale, which received responses from around the globe, including Turkey, Poland, China, Ecuador, USA, England, and Greece.
Designers were invited to create posters in response to the theme “A mother’s life is precious”. The 40 finalist posters dealt with a range of issues surrounding women’s rights, women’s health and maternal mortality.
The AGDA 2013 Australian Poster Biennale Exhibition is open May 3 – 16 | Cost: Free
Foyer, Monash Art Design & Architecture Building | G, 900 Dandenong Road Caulfield East
Monday to Friday, 10am – 5pm | Saturday, 12 – 5pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
Special thanks to sponsors Monash University and Digitalpress and to Mark Gowing for his curatorial expertise.
Very special Friend of the Federation (graphic designer / top bloke / male model / wests tigers tragic) Paul Barton has secured a Gold Charity entry to this years to City2Surf and is looking for your help to sponsor him in the journey to raise money for Cure Cancer Australia. Would be awesome if you could get behind him with even a few dollars.
I have been lucky enough to secure a Gold Charity Entry to the 2013 City2Surf.
I’ll be running to raise money for Cure Cancer Australia who have a goal of ‘a world without cancer, nothing less’. One in two families are touched by cancer in their lifetime, one life lost to cancer is still one too many. Enough is enough…
I’ll run the 14kms if you can help support the cause and share the link with family and friends. Thank you.
To make a donation head over to www.fundraise.city2surf.com.au/paul_barton