Cathy over at Anorak Magazine wants to hook a Booooooom reader up with a Happy Bundle, so how does a year-subscription to Anorak and a tote bag sound?
This Happy Mag for Kids, isn’t just for kids if you like illustration you’ll love Anorak.
Leave a comment below with the name of your favourite kids’ television show growing up! Winner will be picked tomorrow!
I’ve got art prints by Colin Henderson and Tommi Musturi to give away, courtesy of Landfill. These prints are part of a fundraiser to improve the facilities of MANYMONO – a Risograph based printing service for people who want to make zines, and prints. So far they only have equipment to print with green and black!
If you want one of these prints, describe something green that you own in the comments below. Two winners will be picked tomorrow!
Reid (Lifetime) and I would like to thank the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of you that came out to the art show on Friday! It was overwhelming! Big thanks to Savoury Chef for providing all of the delicious food, the mini Vietnamese subs were a huge hit! If you’re hosting an event in Vancouver you need to let them handle the catering! Thanks to Phono for the music and Kale Friesen for shooting photos!
The gallery side was packed the whole night and the lounge side (with the music and food) quickly turned into quite a party. If you were there, leave a comment!
KENICHI HOSHINE INTERVIEW
Where are you living these days?
I’m living and working in Brooklyn, NY.
How much of Brooklyn is there in your work?
I moved here in March of this year so I can’t say that there is much of Brooklyn in my work. I don’t think my environment affects my work too much.
You have an interesting way of veiling an image, covering elements with a wash. Can you tell me a bit about your process and the way your style has evolved into what it is now?
Most of my work you have been seeing lately have layers of beeswax over them. I have always found images that are obscured or fragmented to be more interesting than “complete” pictures. I am drawn towards implied images that suggest certain moods and narratives. More often than not, I will draw or paint a “complete” image then delete/erase/sand parts of it until I achieve the desired picture. I probably spend more time editing the image than actually putting it down on the panel or paper.