Contents

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Iv Orlov

Alexander Egger

Arnaud Loumeau

Francis Thomas Vallejo

Rafael Silveira

Niklas Lundberg

Sztuka Fabryka

Zykov Stas

Yann Sadi

Sandra Juto

Biemonkey

Giant Octopus

Ali Bosworth

Dusten Wolff

Hin Chua

Jadoon Fist

Johanna Floeter

Jose Javier Serrano

Mark Wickens

Nikita Yarutskiy

Tribble & Mancenido

Yaniv Waissa

Sandra Juto
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Alexander Egger
www.satellitesmistakenforstars.com

Alexander Egger is a graphic designer, illustrator, conceptionist, artist, writer, publisher of zines and musician. He is working in different media on a range of cultural and commercial projects for small and big clients. He is born in Italy and currently living and working in Vienna and sometimes elsewhere.
alexander egger isn’t able to be ironic in his work. He tries to be a good human being, whatever that means. Doesn‘t understand why people wear voluntarily T-shirts turning themselves into advertising billboards. He likes white and empty rooms because of the space in which things can happen. Lives therefore since years in the same featureless and nearly empty flat because it‘s easier to get some rest without pictures on the wall. listens to music preferably changing rooms or with the windows open in order to feel the differences when the sound mixes up with the noise from the outside or the atmosphere of the room. Likes to play guitar on a 15V amplifier in his living room with the TV on but without sound. Dislikes operas because of their staginess. gets in a good mood, if he can complain from time to time about the bad and wicked world in general. Sleeps since years never a whole night through. is dreaming frequently of plane crashes lately. Has plenty of useless knowledge about a lot of things nobody is interested in. likes the summer but dislikes swimming trunks and shorts or probably just his pale legs. loves the phase between sleep and alertness when thoughts and images come to one‘s mind from nowhere in a half aware accidental order compounding to strange combinations. Falls immediately asleep when he is watching any kind of sports in television. Reads mostly 4-5 books at the same time and in a fast rotation. He always tried to maintain a certain independency and has therefore also always refused to join associations or movements.

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Arnaud Loumeau

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Francis Thomas Vallejo

www.francisvallejo.blogspot.com

Francis Thomas Vallejo was raised in Detroit, Michigan. He has lived in Sarasota, Florida for the last 4 years studying at the Ringling College of Art and Design. “I was a computer animation major for the last 3 years but switched to illustration this year. Best move I have ever made. I am focusing on editorial illustration while enjoying painting on my spare time. I am actively pursuing freelance.”

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Rafael Silveira
www.rafaelsilveira.com

Rafael Silveira started doing comics in the late 80’s. In 2000 his interests turn to illustration. His style appears in several magazines and advertising campaigns in Brazil and Europe. Silveira won the Max Feffer design award (twice), Abril de Jornalismo Award, Silver in the International Advertising Festival of Gramado, Archive magazine, Parana Creation Club, among others.

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“Every kid draws. Some never stops. I didn’t. Draw with the intuitive feeling of a child, but with all the graphical and conceptional resources of an adult always seems to me an interesting path. When the childhood’s innocence collides with the adolescence’s dementia and the adult’s sarcasm, may sound something that concern to a lot of people. Materialize this makes my life more fun. And with some luck, others too. I always liked old magazines, specially the illustrated ads. But that ideal world, immortalized by glamorous ads, constantly collided with the real life. This contrast is the breaking point of my art.”

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How much time does it take to create one picture? It depends. All the process (first I search references, make sketches, sometimes take photos) can take 1 week or 1 month. Can you take us through your typical working day? my typical work day looks surreal for many people. i work in several projects at the same time. i also work as art Director in an ad agency called Blu (www.blu.com.br) and have a jazz-Trash Rock Band called los Diacos (www.losdianos.com) and make my paintings and illustrations at night or weekend/holidays. Can you list the illustrators that you’re excited about? mark Ryden, gary Baseman, Tin Biskup, jaca, Dave cooper, gil elvegren, clayton Brothers, crumb, chris Ware, a lot of people.
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Where did you study and do you believe in the importance of formal education in design? i study art at universidade Federal do parana and communication at unicuritiba (local university). i don’t believe in formal education. i believe in books, and hard practice. But you can meet nice people at these places, and learn with them things that you never find in books. How do you like to relax and where do you like to have a rest? What places do you like to visit? i like to go at pubs, and jazz/rock clubs. my city (curitiba, south Brazil) have a lot of good bands, and the best Brazilian Beer. i also like to see movies and walk in the streets taking pictures. i rarely rest... just in the bed. What materials do you normally use? i like to sketch whit graphite in antique papers... and painting whit oil on canvas. i also make digital illustrations and studies using photoshop, illustrator, and a tablet.

What thing inspire you most of all? art Books and vintage magazines... i really love them. When are you the most productive? Day or night? Silent or music? i hate mornings. night is much better. music! Rock n’ roll and jazz! Tell us what music do you prefer? at this moment i am hearing gogol Bordello, leningrad, Dead kennedys, House of pain, Sepultura, Queens of Stone age, Squirrel nut zippers... What passions do you have besides illustration? music! Beer! ice cream!

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Iv Orlov

http://www.flickr.com/photos/iv_orlov/

Ivan Orlov lives in a norland, far from metropolitan bustle, where the polar bears walk free. It is very cold there and the polar night is round the clock. In due time Ivan was bored and therefore he got into the drawing. And at the beginning of the 2007 he started his illustration practice. Nobody was taught him. Now he basically makes illustrations for magazines Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Men’s Health and Afisha Industries. Ivan worked with 25 magazines in all. Also he collaborates with “Art Lebedev” and “Red Keds” studios.

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Niklas Lundberg
www.diftype.com

Niklas Lundberg is a 20-years old self-taught freelance graphic designer currently based in Ume, Sweden. He co-founded Twogrande with Ehren Kallman in 2006. It’s a collaborative union that serves as a platform for their creative process both commercial and experimental. Focusing on print, motion and web. They’re planning on releasing their site this spring so stay tuned. “I’ve been doing stills, print, motion and interactive work since 2003. I started Diftype in 2006 as my showcase and a place for me to share my creativity with the rest of the world.”

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collaboration with ehren kallman (allthingsamazing.com)

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Sandra Juto
www.sandrajuto.com

Sandra Juto is an illustrator and graphic designer working and living in Gothenburg, Sweden. She finds her inspiration by walking around in cities and by stories from people around her. Her passions are listening to music loud, reading books at empty cafes, crochet, drawing, taking pictures and long walks. As an illustrator Sandra thinks it is important to try new things, she works spontaneously and expressive and doesn’t know how to make things cute, most things turn out more or less bizarre.

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Biemonkey
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Yann Sadi
www.blindsalida.fr

BlindSALIDA drifted since 2000 from flash to graphic design, from graphic design to illustration but still paying a lot of attention to composition. Nowadays, he creates fun and surrealistic universes which are made of organic forms, bubbles and liquid stuff that can be found on works for AOL, Adidas, Nike.

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Zykov Stas

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Sztuka Fabryka
www.sztuka-fabryka.be

Sztuka Fabryka is active world wide since 1986 in the independent arts, as artist, organizer of several art events, researcher in art, writer for magazines, and archivist of a collection from 1500 world wide artists.

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during the years this exhibition did grow towards the large international event as it is now. Thanks to the organization of this event we did get in touch with all kind of different artists from several art scenes all over the world. This made us also possible to spread our own art around. Have you got an office or some place where you work together? We do not need lots of space. Thanks to computers all our information and work is located in one single space. We work from home. only the Sztuka Fabryka archive needs one single room to store all material from the 1500 artists. What are your proximate plans for the future? next event will be the very last one. after 20 years it is getting to hard to keep on putting all our energy and time in this organization. in 2009 we would like to do a large exhibition with the very best and interesting material collected in our archive. after the event we will dedicate all our time in our own artwork. We have so much good ideas unfortunately we spend our time in organizing the event. now we feel it is time to spend the next 20 years in exploring our own creativity and the realization of more pieces. Tell us more about the cultural event which will take place in Belgium. our event is unique in its kind, as there is no other event in the whole world which focus itself on art scenes as home-tape, mailart, street art, small press, + and where also video, performance and fine art artists do attention. interaction between artists and visitors is also an important concept of the

event, we really want to involve our visitors in the event and get them in touch with the artists. The “amaze”-event is taking place on 18, 19 & 20 april 2008 at Bau-huis (near train station), Sint-niklaas (Belgium). www.amaze2008.be it is taking place in a bigger space and from the about 60 artists which are participating, the majority is coming over to be present and be creative the 3 days. Beside artists from japan, australia, america and several other countries we do attract also many visitors from all over europe.

Who are you, Sztuka Fabryka? is it an organization consist of many artists or it is just 4 people? Sztuka Fabryka is a worldwide artist’s organization, conceived conceptually by geert De Decker, with technical and creative support of: Bert Rocket (u.S.a.), Stanislaw Dragowanowitz (u.S.S.R.) and Sir Walter crunckett the 3rd of paddington High (Scotland). We are only 4 different individuals in one body, so there are no other artists involved in Sztuka Fabryka. Beside the help we do get from time to time by friends for bigger projects. How did the idea of Sztuka Fabryka take place? Sztuka Fabryka started in 1986 when geert De Decker discovered mail-art. mail-art at that time was a very creative bunch of artists spread all over the world who communicated with each other by postal mail by swapping pieces of their own artworks. Soon we did get mail from all over the world and different kind of art pieces: musical tapes, publications, rubberstamp art. We made an exhibition of these art pieces and
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Giant Octopus
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It took 3 weeks for 3 bored students David Mucelli, Henri Terasson and Mathieu Beaux to do this 3-wall piece of decoration made out of 500 illustrations.
all illustrations were taken off the internet, 99% of the illustrations came from moloko+ and printed on paper for a total cost of 110 €. it’s not completely over yet and probably never will as they try to get every people who come visit them to add what they want (there are 200 unused illustrations left). The octopus shape was inspired from artist exabute, aka Sergei pervushin (http://exabute.com/).

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Featured artists:

Dave chung Douglas kolk Ben Frost elza jo mark Todd esther pearl Watson joseph Daniel Fiedler geraldine georges

adam cvijanovic linda zacks Ward zart masha krasnova-Shabaeva Dina popova mike che margarita Sayapina julia Fibbi

anya aleksandrova oleg Silberg patrick Tsai & madi ju giacomo Brunelli aaron Schuman Brian Donelly

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chris Dent Dustin parker matt Rimer jen callejo mr. letterman Valentin Tkach Randy mora jesper arfors

Sergei pervouchin alana celii Twist idea Beata Szczecinska Daniel Stolle Danilo Rodrigues merin Hos Rod Hunt

owen Freeman Ryan alexander irena zablotska 325072 andrei kedrin Tonkonogi amy Stein justin james Reed

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Tribble & Mancenido
www.tribblemancenido.com

Tribble and Mancenido are married photo collaborators who live and work in New York. Their curiosity of people drives them to create portraits as a collective glimpse of where they live.

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Do you both take photographs? Who is an idea man? We do shoot in tandem, each with a camera in hand. We both love coming up with ideas, but focus on strengthening the stronger ones and developing them into new concepts. What cameras do you prefer to use and why? We use both medium and large format cameras, a mamiya Rz and Toyo 4x5. We still love the quality of film, and the anticipation of getting back negatives. can you list the photographers that you’re excited about? Sze Tzung leong, Roger Ballen, Reneke Dijkstra, Taryn Simon, joel Sternfeld. are you going to create a new series of photos and what about? currently we are planning an extensive project traveling around the states for the next few years. as two married photographers who work collaboratively, we are beginning to explore the importance of dual images shot separately and shown together. We want the viewer to walk away with those two different emotions from the same subject.
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How do you like to relax and where do you like to have a rest? We love weekends in our home upstate, it’s our time away from the city. getting in our car, driving around exploring and making images is a perfect weekend. Tell us what music does inspire you? lately we’ve been listening to a lot of Wes montgomery, jimi Hendrix, and B.B. king. What do love most about living in new york? The culture that’s always around us. What passions do you have besides taking photographs? art and Film!

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Pillow Talk
Pillow talk is a series of photographs that surveys veiled privacy while bringing it to the public sphere. As a newly married couple we find it natural and most interesting to explore other relationships provoking a sense of familiarity and desire for human connection. This visual dialogue examines the private realms of personal connections, intimacy, and shared spaces.

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Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday
Our curiosity of people drives us to create portraits as a collective glimpse of where we live. As photographers we are conscious of the density of images an individual encounters on a daily basis. This project is a means for us to seek “truth” in reality within the fragment of society that allows us to participate in their lives. These are intense studies of people who are as interested in understanding our motive for taking their portrait as we are with depicting normality. Portraiture is an exploration to understanding our society.
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Ali Bosworth
www.alibosworth.com

Ali Bosworth lives in Victoria, British Columbia on the far west coast of Canada. He is 23 years old. He lives with his girlfriend who he takes many photographs of, and their cat. Ali simply takes photographs for fun.

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Dusten Wolff

www.flickr.com/photos/dusten

Dusten Wolff is 17 years old and lives in Maryland in the United States. He is majoring in photography at Towson University and has always seen photography as an expressive and beautiful art form.

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Hin Chua
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Born in Malaysia in 1974 before migrating to Australia, Hin Chua studied computer science before buying a camera in 2004 in an attempt to get over a girl (he was spectacularly successful in that regard). Currently living in London, he’s famous for being completely anonymous in a crowd.

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Jose Javier Serrano
www.flickr.com/photos/yosigo

Jose Javier Serrano is a 26 years old Spanish photographer and graphic designer. He started taking photos 5 years ago, but now he has started working on it, making photos for clothes companies and making graphic works.

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What gave you the first impulse to go into photography? it’s a quite easy way to reproduce your ideas and express feelings. The idea of express yourself with pictures captivates me. What cameras do you use? most of my pictures are taken with digital cameras, canon 5D and nikon D70. i use polaroid and analog camera (nikon F65) to make more personal pictures, less artistic maybe (don’t thinking a lot over the picture, just shooting and having fun..;)) There is a fog on many of your photos. it looks really beautiful and mysterious. it is the real fog? or how do you achieve such effect? it’s a real fog...i live in San Sebastian (Basque country), and twice or three times in the year we have the very intensive fog in the city. i love the fog because it makes the city totally different and very mysterious. So the days with the fog i’m 12 hours taking photos everywhere. Would you be so kind to tell us about your pictures? Quite difficult for me to speak about my pictures, and more in english... ja, ja, ja! people used to say that they are minimalistic and i agree with them. i attach a lot of importance to the composition and the colors. How do you usually spend your free time? making photos..;) also i like mixing music (i work as a Dj here in San Sebastian in different clubs), designing stupid things, being with friends and maria (my girlfriend) and drinking cold bear...

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What are your favorite book, movie, and photographer? mmm, i have a passion for books, but photo and design books. i can’t choose only one... my favorite movie is “The goonies”, and favorite photographer is andreas gursky. Tell us what things inspire you most of all? everything inspire me! coffee in the morning, cold bear, winter, pop music...The work of people i admire inspire me!

Where and what would you like to photograph most of all at the present? Maybe a definite country? i want to photograph new york and Berlin!!! Berlin maybe this summer, but new york will have to wait (a lot of money). Have you got the most favorite themes for shoot? everything beautiful can be shot. (What a stupid answer for a good question ;) )

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Jadoon Fist

www.anakampung.deviantart.com

Muhammad Rizhki Rezahdy, aka Jadoon Fist is 23 years male from Medan. Jadoon is his nickname. All friends call him Jadoon. Now he is studying and working as freelance photographer at Bandung. His favorite types of photograph are stage and fashion.

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Mark Wickens
www.mkwickens.com

Mark Wickens is a photographer and architect living by the sea. Born in London, England, and raised in New Jersey, he has recently ventured westward in search of untold adventures.

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Johanna Floeter
johanna_floeter@gmx.de

“I like the colorful, simple and beautiful things in my daily life. I have lots of cameras, but I like my Polaroid must.”

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Nikita Vilkin Yarutskiy
www.flickr.com/photos/vilkin/

Nikita “Vilkin” Yarutskiy is a 21-years old photographer from Saint-Petersburg. Nikita takes photographs for many magazines (Onboard, Doski, Extreme, SkiPass, Ski Style, Offline and Afisha). “This nickname I’ve got because of my childhood. In my school years I went in for graffiti under the nickname of Fork. At first Fork transformed to Vilkin*, and then Vilkin has transformed to Da Vilkin Shots.” * - “Vilka” means “Fork” in Russian language.

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Yaniv Waissa
www.waissa.com

Yaniv Waissa was born in 1978 in Haifa, Israel. Nowadays he lives and works in Jerusalem, Israel. He graduated of Hadassah College in 2004 and the continuation studies program in Musrara school in 2007. For living he works as a printer in Prisma, the well known photo shops in Jerusalem. His works were exhibited in several exhibitions in Israel and abroad. Also Yaniv’s works were publish in several international magazines such as Dayfour, Lino, A5, fStop, Ideafixa, Five to Nine, 180 magazine and more.

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Sandra Juto
http://smosch.etsy.com

The Buttcrack Characters are a bunch of happy, weird, angry, nonchalant, sad personalities. They have no arms which makes it hard for them to keep their trousers in the right place, therefore you can always see their buttcracks. All of them are handmade (crochet) by Sandra.

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The End.

Thanks to everybody for the participation.

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