Bea Di Giacomo - Primavera / Sound 2011
"Bea was born in 1982 in a little town near a lake in the north of italy. She gradueted at IED (European Institute of Design) in june 2008. Now she lives and works in Milan as freelance photographer. She also runs RAWRAW with Massimiliano Bomba.”
Noncollective & Abel
“Aegean Sea” (Non, Nº.1) is the first Noncollective release, a limited edition three track 12″ featuring three edits by the Dutch collector and DJ Abel Nagengast. The title cut is an edit that has been doing the rounds for a quite a while and many will recognise – A sun-clad rocking stormer with a sweet bassline and soaring psyched out vocal harmonies. This stadium sized anthem just oozes that 70′s feeling. “Belly Button” is a laid-back groover of mysterious origins with sexy whispering vocals that makes it the perfect tune to begin an adventurous night, while “7th Of April” is a moody kraut disco dub number with distorted keys and talkbox driven guitar solo.
VLF - http://vlf-work.com/
Micah Lidberg - ‘Stoned Love’ Series for Untitled 4, The Art Book - Photography by James Mahon
“Hi there, I am Micah Lidberg. I grew up in the Middle West of America and since the mid 80’s I really enjoyed it. I’ve since parted ways with the middle of the country - I’ve switched to the eastern beach. If for some reason I am not at the beach, you can probably find me in one of three cities - Kansas City, Minneapolis, or New York as these are my homes away from home. As for my work - I’m shaken up by nature - every bit of it. It’s certainly a very deep and very wide thing. With nature, there’s plenty of room to explore and plenty to share. It’s an entertaining venture. My interests include but are not limited to - drawing, friends, people, America, places outside of America, strangeness, and occasionally tea. “
Mario Garcia Cruz - Visual Journal
An Endless Supply - Wysing Arts Centre dinner menu, 148 x 110 mm, Screen-print, fennel and garlic scented - 2011
Invite and menu card, made in homage to the Double Crown Club, for a dinner organised by Ruth Beale at Wysing Arts Centre. Set in an in-development version of Curwen Sans, printed on heavy stock, fennel and garlic scented. The first print made with our improvised screen-printing studio at Wysing.