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Graphics

Brian Donnelly, Chris Dent, Dustin Parker, Matt Rimmer, Jen Callejo, Mr. Letterman, Valentin Tkach, Randy Mora,
Anna Lazareva, Jesper Arfors, Sergey Pervushin

Brian Donnelly
www.briandonnelly.org

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Chris Dent
www.chrisdent.co.uk

Chris Dent is an 23 year old illustrator who is fascinated by city environments. He uses a range of intricate
mark making, creating energetic visions of city life.

Chris recently graduated from Camberwell College of Arts where he gained a BA hons in Illustration. Now as

a freelance illustrator he is determined to make his work recognised worldwide.Chris is also the co-founder of
the HYBRID BUNNY collection. A group of illustrators & designers who form Q to create a new unseen style.

GRAPHICS / Chris dent

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Dustin Parker
www.dustinparker.com

Dustin Parker is an award winning painter, graphic designer, and video artist
living and working in Wichita, KS. In seven years of professional work he has
participated in 9 solo exhibitions and over 60 group exhibitions in the United
States, Canada, and Japan.

Parkers work has been published in numerous printed


and online publications, including Look Look, Head
Magazine, Stone Magazine, and Carpal Tunnel

MagazineIn 2003 Parker graduated from Friends

University(Wichita, KS) with a B.A. in Art, and began

working as a graphic designer at Resort Promo Wear, a

screen-printed apparel and promotional specialties shop.


In 2004 Parker founded Dustin Parker Arts, a creative

agency which acts as the corporate entity behind all of


Parker's creative endeavors, including graphic design

services. In 2007 Dustin Parker Arts began publishing an


online art magazine called Proteus Mag, showcasing art
from cutting edge amateur and professional artists and
graphic designers.

Parker is currently the creative director at Resort Promo

Wear and continues to provide freelance graphic design


and other creative services through Dustin Parker Arts.

GRAPHICS / DUSTiN PARKER

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Tell us about the beginning of your creative work.


What things did influence you to choose the art?

When I was six months old, my parents gave me my first

box of crayons, and I was instantly addicted to making art.


My family fueled my addiction by keeping me fully stocked
with construction paper, glue, crayons, colored pencils

and poster paint. I would spend countless hours creat-

ing paper sculptures, drawing dinosaurs and robots, and


illustrating comic books. Growing up my exposure to art

was limited to Saturday morning cartoons and spider-man

comic books. I had aspirations of becoming a professional


comic book illustrator. In high school, I discovered the

work of comic book illustrators Dave Mckean, David Mack,


Frank Miller and Bill Sienkiewicz, and my perception of art
was turned upside down. I soon began to experiment with
painting, and this lead me to the discovery of artists like

Pablo Picasso, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon, and Robert Rauschenberg. All of those artists
remain major influences of my work.
Who are your idols in the art?

Art is my religion and I'm a polytheist. My art Gods include


David Lynch, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, Jasper

Johns, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Chuck Close, Jenny Saville,


Larry Rivers, Michel Gondry, Chris Cunningham, Jim

Dine, Lucian Freud, Jackson Pollock, Willem De Kooning,


Tony Scherman, Ann Piper, David Mack, Wade Hampton,
Jeff Soto, Curt Clonts, Charles Baughman, Dave Mck-

ean, Richard Diebenkorn, Patrick Duegaw, Odd Nerdrum,

David Carson, Rembrandt, Marc Bosworth, Kent Williams,


Alice Neel, Mark Ryden, Shawn Barber, Vaughan Oliver,
Katie Sykes and many many others.

GRAPHICS / DUSTiN PARKER

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What way do you like to relax in?

I'm a workaholic. I'm constantly making art in one way or another. My only solace is the

darkness of the movie theater. The movie theater is the best form of escapism because it

allows you to isolate yourself from the distractions of ordinary everyday life. I'm addicted to
the movie theater experience. If I'm not watching a movie, I'm making art. I'm always
working.

What music helps you to create you pictures?

The Smashing Pumpkins, Muse, Sonic Youth, The Flaming Lips, The Pixies, David Bowie,
Radiohead, Beck, Nine Inch Nails, Nirvana, Silversun Pickups, Yeah Yeah Yeahs,

Explosions In the Sky, Spirit Of The Stairs, This Great October, Bjork, Modest Mouse,

REM, Garbage, Johnny Cash, and Marilyn Manson are just a few of the bands that I listen
to while I work in the studio. It is pretty obvious that I'm a product of the 90's.

Are you going to visit Russia some day? Maybe to organize the exhibition in Moscow?
That is always a possibility.

GRAPHICS / DUSTiN PARKER

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Matt Rimmer
www.mattrimmer.co.uk

I inhabit a small Village in the County of Lancashire, England. Situated in my


dwellings is a designated place for my creative pursuits. Hear I reside labouring
after this illusive profession. Exercising my mind and creative intuition, I become
consumed by my latest trappings (blood, sweat and tears).

Who influenced you to chose the art?

I dont know who influenced me in taking an artistic

direction. I have always had a colour full imagination,

and I think the art became a way of expressing it. I was

always scribbling away in my early days. A period where I

produced some of my best work, works with no inhibitions.


Why did you become an illustrator?

I decided to pursue a career it illustration, because I enjoy


it, it keeps me occupied, and for fills me to a certain

degree. The whole process excites me, taking early

sketches and ideas to something that is more developed


and coherent to my original vision.

GRAPHICS / MATT RIMMER

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What things inspire you most of all?

I am inspired by; inanimate objects, surrounding, people,


other work, films, and old things including books, lunacy
and order, Animals, carbon dating, a comfortable

environment, machines, old textbooks, the 12th century

to present day. Erik Blegvad, some light to heavy reading,


society, high, low and the dregs, biological references,
the preoccupations of the human condition and sleep.

Have you got another passion besides Illustration?


I like collecting things.

What do you think about Russia? have you ever been


here? do you know that there are the most beautiful
girls in Russia?

I think Russia looks grate, though I have never been. But


now I have been reliably informed about the country and
the girls, I would like to visit.

GRAPHICS / MATT RIMMER

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GRAPHICS / MATT RIMMER

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Jen Callejo
www2.hawaii.edu/~jcallejo/

For pay, she touches dead bugs in a haunted museum. And


it is heard tell that sometimes she still even draws. but those
that tell it are lying liars.

GRAPHICS / Jen Callejo

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GRAPHICS / Jen Callejo

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Mr.Letterman
www.mrletterman.es

GRAPHICS / mr. letterman

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Valentin Tkach
www.tkach.ru

GRAPHICS / VALENTIN TKACH

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Randy Mora
randymora.blogspot.com

GRAPHICS / randy mora

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Anna Lazareva
www.artlebedev.ru/everything/illustrations/lazareva/

GRAPHICS / ANNA LAZAREVA

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Jesper Arfors
www.jesperarfors.com

GRAPHICS / Jesper Arfors

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Sergey Pervushin
www.exabute.com

Sergey Pervushin is a russian artist and illustrator.


Since 2004 he has worked with such publications

as Rolling Stone,Vogue, Harvard Business Review,


Mens Fitness, FHM, Afisha and others. Also he

took part in the art-projects of magazines Vogue,


Afisha, PDF-magazine New Porker and in the
festival Next Festival in Vilnius.

GRAPHICS / sergey pervushin

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GRAPHICS / sergey pervushin

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Photography

Alana Celii, Miranda Lehman, Sophie Lvoff, Kelly Burgess, Jonathan Knobel, Lydia Anne McCarthy, Bolshakov,
Mary Amor, Twist idea, Dina Popova

Alana Celii
WWW.alanacelii.com

Alana Celii is a young girl who likes to take photographs.


She was born in Chicago in 1986. She is currently attending Parsons School of Design in New York City and lives in
Brooklin.

PHOTOGRAPHY / alana celii

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PHOTOGRAPHY / alana celii

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PHOTOGRAPHY / alana celii

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Miranda Lehman
www.ghostinthewoods.com

Miranda Lehman is a multidisciplinary artist who lives in Portland, Oregon. She works primarily in photography, but has
also created pieces using drawing, video, and sound.

Lehman is most interested in the boundary between the

real and unreal, and uses the language of intimacy, sex,


memory, fantasy, and death to explore her thoughts on
reality, superficiality, and the untamed natural world.

Documentary photography, tableau, and performance art


all inform the creation of Lehman's photographic work.
Lehman's work has been shown both nationally and

internationally in group shows, and is a co-founder of the

annual online art show We've Moved On...Why Can't You?


and The Bakery (an umbrella arts organization).

Lehman will earn a B.F.A. in photography from the Pacific


Northwest College of Art in the Spring of 2008.

PHOTOGRAPHY / Miranda Lehman

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What things did influence you to choose the photography?

Is photography your hobby or do you earn your living using your talent

pher - in fact I fell in love with photography very slowly and was always a little bit skeptical

I am a student right now, but I would love to eventually earn my living through making art.

I am not sure really. I am not one of those people who always wanted to be a photograof it.

PHOTOGRAPHY / Miranda Lehman

and camera?

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PHOTOGRAPHY / Miranda Lehman

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What camera or cameras do you use?

I mainly use an old Hasselblad and an SX-70.


As we know you also create video and sounds. Tell us
about it in details, please. What kind of videos do you
make? And what sounds: sounds for your videos
or maybe music, songs?

I make sounds under the name Korouva - mainly instrumental


tunes with kind of unintelligible lyrics. Unfortunately I haven't

made any videos in a long time, but hopefully that will change
very soon.

Tell us about your proximate plans for the future.

In the next couple years I would like to start a small press


and also get funding to make a short movie. I love the

collaboration involved in film; it utilizes so many different

mediums that it's exhilarating. To be honest, I have so many


plans that it is a little overwhelming...there is just so much to
do!

PHOTOGRAPHY / Miranda Lehman

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PHOTOGRAPHY / Miranda Lehman

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PHOTOGRAPHY / Miranda Lehman

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Sophie Lvoff
www.sophielvoff.com

Sophie Lvoff lives in Brooklyn, NY and


just spent half a year in Berlin, Germany
working on photographs and a sculpture
of a space ship.

PHOTOGRAPHY / sophie lvoff

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PHOTOGRAPHY / sophie lvoff

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PHOTOGRAPHY / sophie lvoff

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Kelly Burgess
www.kellyburgess.net

Kelly Burgess is a 20 year-old photographer living in


Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is in her junior year of
studies at the Art Institute of Boston. She is originally
from Connecticut and likes to spend a lot of time at
the ocean and at small-town carnivals in the autumn.

PHOTOGRAPHY / kelly burgess

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PHOTOGRAPHY / kelly burgess

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Jonathan Knobel
www.jonathanknobel.com

Jonathan Knobel was born in Nuremberg, Germany. He currently lives in Baltimore, Maryland USA.
He went to school for photography at Rochester
Institute of Technology for a year in 2006.
In general Jonathans photographs are about what
he sees as he goes trough everyday and what he
want to show people of those things. He want to
show people something that they know has a bigger story and still have everything they need in the
photograph.

PHOTOGRAPHY / jonathan knobel

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PHOTOGRAPHY / jonathan knobel

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PHOTOGRAPHY / jonathan knobel

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PHOTOGRAPHY / jonathan knobel

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Lydia Anne McCarthy


www.lydia-anne-mccarthy.com

Lydia Anne McCarthy received a BFA


in photography from Massachusetts
College of Art in 2004. She is interested
in the relationship between memory and
photography and how neither can be truly
objective.

PHOTOGRAPHY / lydia anne mccarthy

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Lydia uses photography in place or memory by constructing the past that she desires

which is far removed from her suburban childhood. She began working on this current

body of work while interning on a small farm in Vermont. Through the use of colors and
light she attempts to transform her environment into a dream-like, magical world. This
world is filled with moments within nature that are both idealistic and unsettling.

Lydia Anne McCarthy currently works at a small branch of the Boston Public Library and
plans to attend graduate school for photography in the near future.

PHOTOGRAPHY / lydia anne mccarthy

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What things did influence you to choose the

photography? Is it connected with you suburban


childhood?

I chose photography for a number of different reasons,


and the reasons why I continue taking pictures seem
to be constantly changing the more I develop as a

photographer. I have always been interested in creating


things, but my introduction to photography wasn't until I

was a junior in high school. My family had recently moved


to a small town in Vermont (US) and there was a black

and white darkroom in my new high school. My boyfriend


(at the time) was always in the darkroom and he was the

first person to introduce me to the idea of photography as


art. I fell in love with the entire photographic process and

how methodical it is. Now it's the way I relate to the world
around me and the way I communicate my view of that
world to others

What things inspire you most of all?

I really love looking at art and photography. Literature has


been a huge inspiration for my photography (especially

the writing of Gabriel Garcia Marquez). Traveling inspires


me too. My current body of work has been most influ-

enced by time I spent traveling and working on organic

farms. I set off for Italy after college to work on farms for
a few months. When I returned to the US, I interned on

a small, family-run farm in Vermont. It's really incredible


to experience a life where you live almost entirely off of

the land and are at the mercy of the elements. I tend to


romanticize this time in my life, but it left such a lasting
impression on me (and my photography).
What camera or cameras do you use?
I use a Toyo CF 4x5 camera.

PHOTOGRAPHY / lydia anne mccarthy

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PHOTOGRAPHY / lydia anne mccarthy

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Have you got another passion besides photography?


I have a lot of different passions. I wouldn't say that any

are as strong as my passion for photography, but as you


may have noticed from my inspirations, I get excited and

passionate about a lot of things. Learning Spanish is one


of my passions right now. I have been studying it for the
past two years, and have thrown myself into everything
having to do with Spanish and Latin American culture.
Films, literature, news, food, telenovelas....

What are you going to do after graduation the school

for photography? Are you going to be a photographer


and to earn your bread using camera?

I graduated from MassArt three years ago, but plan on

going back to graduate school for photography in the next


couple of years. I just recently applied for a Fulbright
scholarship to go to Colombia, so hopefully I will be

there next year! But right now I am not earning my bread


with my camera...I work in a small, public library. After
graduate school, I plan to continue taking pictures and
would like to teach photography at a college level.

PHOTOGRAPHY / lydia anne mccarthy

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PHOTOGRAPHY / lydia anne mccarthy

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Bolshakov
www.bolshakov.ru

PHOTOGRAPHY / BOLSHAKOV

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PHOTOGRAPHY / BOLSHAKOV

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PHOTOGRAPHY / BOLSHAKOV

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PHOTOGRAPHY / BOLSHAKOV

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Mary Amor
www.maryamor.com

PHOTOGRAPHY / Mary Amor

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PHOTOGRAPHY / Mary Amor

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PHOTOGRAPHY / Mary Amor

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PHOTOGRAPHY / Mary Amor

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Twist Idea
t-w-i-s-t.livejournal.com

PHOTOGRAPHY / Twist idea

dead-idea.livejournal.com

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PHOTOGRAPHY / Twist idea

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PHOTOGRAPHY / Twist idea

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Dina Popova
peazdeath.livejournal.com

PHOTOGRAPHY / dina popova

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PHOTOGRAPHY / dina popova

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