This edition is a remaining about our limited existence,and a calling to the action. Enjoy every moment, live with passion, create and share!.
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Following hot on the heels of C & D Book Shows in Brighton and Helsinki, the next edition in this series of open submission exhibitions – E Book Show – will be hosted in our city centre space, John Hansard Gallery Central.
Running from 2 February – 2 March 2013, this will be the longest Photobook Show yet, and the first in electronic format. Visitors to the show will be able to explore a wide-ranging selection of some of the best new photobooks from across the UK and beyond, accompanied by a range of events including a film screening and workshop.
E Book Show is organised in partnership with Photobookshow and Southampton Solent University. For more details please visit www.photobookshow.co.uk, or see John Hansard Gallery’s website and their Off-Site Projects page.
Photobook Show is a Brighton-based arts organisation, set up in 2011 by William Sadowski and Kevin Beck to raise the profile of artist-led photobooks, with particular focus on self-published or hand-crafted works. It aims to hold several exhibitions a year, alongside talks and workshops, to promote the visibility of photobooks.
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The new edition of Revolutionart Magazine has been published for the pleasure and inspiration of creative minds. This time the main theme goes around the EVOLUTION. Following steps of Darwin, artists and graphic designers propose imaginative graphics about the species on the planet.
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The new issue of Revolutionart Magazine called artists from around the world to express their creativity on the events of recent years: hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, erupting volcanoes and seismic disturbances that appear to be caused by climate change.
Over more than two hundred pages of color and creativity, a selection of art is shown along artworks, interviews, music, advertising, video and modeling.
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From Peter Belager:
"After working on the latest cover for Macworld Magazine I wanted to show what is involved in making a cover. I focused on the three main areas: the photography, photoshop and design. I chose a time lapse format to convey lots of information in a small amount of time. The only drawback of time lapse is that since half a day goes by in 30 seconds, the whole process seam so easy! Lots of details were left out of the design process (like the cover meetings and rounds of layout options). I began to photograph the design process after the layouts had already been narrowed down to just three cover designs.
On the technical side, for the time lapse video, I used the Canon 5D Mark II with a 24mm-70mm zoom. I chose the 5D because of its great image quality with high ISO’s. Canon’s sRAW1 gave me the flexibility of a RAW file with the file size of a jpeg. The actual Macworld cover was taken with a Phase One P65+ digital back attached to a 4×5 Sinar X camera with a 65mm lens.
Many thanks to Rob Schultz for allowing me to invade his office and literally shoot over his shoulder.
The music was used with permission by The Brokenmusicbox. “