The editors of the UK Advanced Photoshop magazine interviewed me for one of their trend focus articles about grunge art. Here are some snapshots of issue 96 containing the article in question.
I received the exiting news from Jenaro de Rosenzweig Dyckhoff that our collaboration piece “Perpetual Queen” will be a part of the Stattmarkt exhibit in Berlin on the 17th and 18th of December 2012.
The awesome folks at GoMedia asked me if I was interested in writing a tutorial/case study. I was absolutely honored by the enquiry and wrote an extensive case study and tutorial about an album design.
The Weapons of Mass Creation festival was held a couple of days ago in Cleveland Ohio. The reason why I’m sharing that with you is because some of my graphic prints were – as you may know – exhibited in the design show there.
Last week I received the incredible news that I had a spot in the design show at the Weapons of Mass Creation festival – WMC Fest for short – which still makes me spin my hoops in excitement like a madman.
The exposition was held during the first two weeks of April and those two weeks went by incredibly fast. I was one of the participants in this year’s edition of the annual exposition Beeldend Veenendaal.
Long story, short: after some tweets the editors of Advanced Photoshop magazine asked me if I was interested in having my exposition piece placed in the mailbox section of their April issue.
I am featured in the current issue of Publish magazine. I have been sitting on this piece of news for quite a while now as it was in January 2011 that I had contact with the magazine. It’s a two-monthly magazine, hence the waiting.
I am very excited to share this great news with you: starting February (2011) I will actively focus on my career as an independent artist. I am very proud to announce that I have decided to take the leap and become a freelancer.