Featured – Textile Tribe & More

Features time!

During these months I have been featured in some blogs, so I want to pay back their kindness sharing their posts.

Thanks to Miminko, Ladder & Key, Printsome and Textile Tribe for taking their time to talk about my art in their online blogs.

A huge hug to everyone that supports what I do!

 

Etsy Sales – MARCHART

Sales!

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Etsy Coupon Code. 20% off.

I just wanted to make a quick post about my 20% off on all Etsy listings. If you want to purchase some of my original tiny collages or art prints, now it’s the perfect time!

Jump into my shop and use the MARCHART code to have the discount. The promotion is valid until the 15th of March and is available for orders from € 30 (about $ 32).

Purple Music – Elevator

Amazing!

The band Young Rival realised for their song Elevator an handmade video using dot matrix printers, and the result is just stunning. The video was directed and edited by John Smith.

Some insights about the process:

This video was digitally shot and edited, and then printed out frame by frame on dot matrix printers, and re-scanned to achieve the final result. Conceptually the video was heavily inspired by the work of Canadian animation pioneer Norman McLaren – specifically his work “Pas De Deux“.

Inspired – Jenya Vyguzov

Inspiring!

Enjoy the amazing digital interventions on fashion portraits by the Russian artist Jenya Vyguzov.

Jeremiah Jenkins – Commemorative Plates

Amazing!

I was truly fascinated by the Commemorative Plates Series of the American artist Jeremiah Jenkins. His works are a perfect mixture between assemblage, collage, dada, sculpture and installation, and I love them.

Featured – Art For Your Ear Podcast

Still can’t believe it!

Last week I had the big honour to be interviewed by Danielle Krysa, aka The Jealous Curator, during her “Art For Your Ear” Podcast. I was quite nervous at the beginning, but Danielle immediately helped me out to feel more relaxed and confident.

If you want to hear my crappy voice and of course have more insights aobut my art process, jump to her blog and listen the entire podcast here. Enjoy!

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Art For Your Ear Podcast