A selection of work by illustrator Lord Mantraste from Portugal. See more images below.
More playful projections from artist duo Ygor Marotta and Ceci Soloaga aka VJ Sauve (click here for previous post). Part of their Walk & Talk art residency in São Miguel Island (Azores, Portugal), each animation interacts with the natural landscape of the area its projected onto. More images below!
Last month we posted a call for participants for 180 Creative Camp, taking place July 3rd – 10th in Abrantes, Portugal (click here for previous post). The event provides an opportunity for young creatives from around the world to meet, learn and collaborate together over 8 days of workshops, talks and activities. It sounds amazing!
If you’re interested in attending, applications are open until June 25th. Click here to apply or leave a comment below with your favourite summer camp memory for a chance to win one free ticket (300€). While you’d still have to find your way to Portugal on your own, the ticket includes participation in the camp, as well as food and accommodation in a youth hostel. We’ll pick a winner on June 23rd!
Canal180 is seeking participants for their annual Media Arts Academy. 180 Creative Camp runs from July 3 – 10 in Abrantes, Portugal. The aim of the event is to provide a space for enthusiastic young creatives to meet with one another as well as invited artists and thinkers. This year’s lineup includes: Spanish street art collective Boa Mistura, curator Frank Kalero, architecture and design specialist Javier Peña Ibáñez, illustrators José Cardoso and Simon Landrein, Intern magazine founder Alec Dudson, and film directors Sean Dunne and Isaac Niemand.
The event is designed for people from all disciplines and all parts of the world to interact, inspire and collaborate with one another through 8 days of workshops, talks and activities organized throughout the beautiful city of Abrantes! Deadline to apply is May 25th. Click here for more information and check out images from previous camps below!
Lovely drawings by Portugal-based artist Teresa Esgaio, using graphite, charcoal, and soft pastel. The dimensions of each drawing is a square meter; quite a lot bigger than I first assumed. I stumbled upon Esgaio’s work via October Submissions (which should encourage you to submit this month!) More images below!