Monthly Archives: August 2009

Anthony Burrill: In a New Place

Anthony Burrill’s show at Kemistry Gallery:
“For In a New Place, prolific designer Anthony Burrill has takes a marked step away from the 2D type-based print work for which he is best known. The exhibition presents Anthony’s exploration of industrial processes and materials with large scale laser–cut perspex pieces as well as digital prints. The subject of the exhibition focusses upon archetypal forms of nature, from rainbows to thunderstorms, all within Burrill’s uncomplicated and distinctive geometric style. By applying these man-made processes to the natural theme, Burrill shows us his vision of a modern natural world, an industrial interpretation of nature.”

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Guy Sargent

Awesome landscape photography, spotted at but does it float.
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Joel Lozano

Some awesome illustration/art/design.
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Deadline Further Pushed Back

Please have your submissions for Remember The Good Times in by SEPTEMBER 8th. I am 98% that this will be the last deadline push.
Sorry everyone. Tell your friends!

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Dime Bag 3

The show already closed, but check out Katie Turner’s (contributor in Don’t Worry About the Smiles…) piece for the Dime Bag 3 show at Giant Robot NY. Go view the slideshow of 30 other artists’ pieces here, including awesome people like Ray Fenwick and Andy Kehoe.
Here is Katie’s (which was included in the slideshow on New York Magazine’s site)

WOOHOO!

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“Remember the Good Times” Deadline Pushed Back to End of August

Hello everybody!
Just wanted to pop in and announce a few things.
First of all, for some reason the submissions for the newest theme are a little slow going. I have only recieved 9 submissions so far. While all of these are great, this is not enough submissions to even create the next issue, much less enough for the ideal situation, in which I have more than 16 to choose from. For instance, there were 25 submissions for the “Hugs” theme. The most so far!
Anways, I want to reiterate the fact that I encourage anyone and everyone to submit something, and now everyone has even more time. For fear that I will not receive enough in time, the deadline for the “Remember the Good Times” theme has been extended to the end of August. So please try and have your art in by then.
Also, this means that I may have to renege on my promise of one issue a month. Since I am not getting enough submissions per month to make an issue, I am just moving the release dates to whenever I have enough submissions to make up an issue. Make sense? And hopefully someday soon that will be once a month!
So keep sending me your lovely work all you great people, and keep blogging and telling your friends!

Also, Also, I would like to inform everyone that this website, actually the front, “home”, page will start functioning as a general art blog soon. Not only will this inform you of the current goings on of artists already involved with Test Everything, But also expose you to even more artist out there working their tails off. Our zines can only cover so much! Think of this as a new “e-zine” aspect of Test Everything.

As always, Test Everything is ready to bring any artist’s idea to fruition. Any idea you have involving publishing or printing, let us hear it! We would love to help you out. More specifically Test Everything is looking to publish some screen prints by some awesome artists. If that is you, then shoot us an email with your proposed art and we will let you know if we want to work with you.

ok thanks,
~rand

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