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2010-09-08

Phlegm Time Lapse

Phlegm is a comic book and mural artist extraordinaire from Sheffield UK. Here's a fantastic time lapse movie of his latest paintings for the Rotherham Open Arts Festival, in the Old Market Buildings. More from Phlegm on his blog: www.phlegmcomicnews.blogspot.com

2010-09-23

Aaron Rose: Trouble

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Just a few more days left to catch Aaron Rose's show Trouble at Berlin's CircleCulture Gallery before it closes on the 25th September. All the details and photos from the show are on the gallery's website HERE. It's interesting to see Rose's own work as he's mostly known for curating the work of others. For this show he has painted vintage suitcases and other objects with patterns and words. Definitely worth a peek if you're Berlin bound or based.


2010-09-27

Brighton

Last weekend we visited the seaside metropolis that is Brighton. It has everything: sea, independent shops (comics/books/art & supplies/vintage clothing etc) galore, and as much vegan food as two greedy vegans could want. It's only an hour on the train from London (over 3 hours drive for us but worth it!), so would highly recommend a visit if you've never been before...

The Pavillion:
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The famous Brighton Pier with it's fairground attractions. (Don't want to boast but I won the Dolphin Derby):
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2010-09-29

Strix Robotum

This is a little movie filmed and directed by a friend of ours, the talented photographer/filmmaker Robert Darch. It was filmed for the Acoustica Festival that took place a few weeks ago in Exeter, UK - which presents the best of alt-folk, folktronica and Americana. It was filmed over just 3 days and is "the story of a friendship between a lonely robot and an owl, who become friends through a shared love of music." Weird and Wonderful. More details about the film can be on the the Vimeo page HERE.

Strix Robotum from Robert Darch on Vimeo.