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An Interview with Ruben Ireland

Excited for our new print release with artist Ruben Ireland, dropping tomorrow, Friday January 31st. In an effort to learn more about the artist and his work, Supersonic Electronic‘s Zach Tutor recently sat down with Ruben for a quick Q&A. Read more below!

1.  Could you please tell us a bit about your background?

I was born in Amsterdam in 1987 and moved to England when I was 7. Both my parents are creative, which had an early and lasting influence on me, but more in the open minded way that they were happy for me to pursue anything I wanted rather than specifically encouraging me to be creative. It was clear from a young age however that my interests lay almost solely in art and illustration and so for the following years that’s what I’ve been working towards.

2.  What initially drew you to illustrating?

Growing up in an artistic household and drawing from an early age, it’s always been a big part of me. Although I really enjoyed experimenting with other art forms like Animation and Photography during my education, I always felt more satisfied as an image maker. I also liked the idea of working for myself, being able to travel and living practically anywhere. There’s an inherent sense of freedom that comes with the profession.

Read the entire interview in full, on the People’s Printshop blog: http://www.thepeoplesprintshop.com/blog/

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killingego:

Timothy Archibald’s photos of his autistic son.

WORTH TO SEE

prostheticknowledge:

Spherical Harmonics

Exhibition at the Photographers Gallery, London by Alan Warburton explores the idea of capturing ‘reality’ in images within the realms of modern 3D graphics

For Spherical Harmonics Warburton draws on his background in fine art and commercial visual effects to produce a short experimental animation. The title of the piece refers to mathematical equations applied in CGI software which compute the behaviour and appearance of light within each scene. This is an example of how modern imaging software attempts to mimic the massive complexity of photographic ‘reality’.

In Spherical Harmonics Warburton presents a sequence of surreal episodes activated by and centred around various bodies of light. Inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, the film hints at a fragmented but elusive narrative of fetishisation, systems, games, control and memory. The protagonist, Maya, a stock CG figure purchased online, inhabits a generic hotel room, responding to texture, colour and movements which are controlled and transformed by the appearance of each new source of light.

More about the exhibition can be found at the Photographers Gallery’s website here [exhibition runs until the 9th of April]

[Alan’s work previously on PK - Z: a monochromatic animation exploring a landscape rendered as a depth map]
[GIFs above were created by the artist]

Tom Lea - 2000 Yard Stare

Tom Lea - 2000 Yard Stare

mochente:

(Dutch) Marines before, during and after “touring” Afghanistan.

mochente:

(Dutch) Marines before, during and after “touring” Afghanistan.

cavetocanvas:

Bruce Nauman, Self-Portrait as a Fountain, 1966

cavetocanvas:

Bruce Nauman, Self-Portrait as a Fountain, 1966

septagonstudios:

Evan Wakelin

septagonstudios:

Evan Wakelin

gasstation:

Tilda Swinton photographed by Hussein Chalayan

gasstation:

Tilda Swinton photographed by Hussein Chalayan

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cavetocanvas:

George Segal, Sleeping Woman, 1970

cavetocanvas:

George Segal, Sleeping Woman, 1970


from Charles Burns’ The Hive
fleurdulys:

Cloches du soir - Carlos Schwabe 
1891

fleurdulys:

Cloches du soir - Carlos Schwabe

1891

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septagonstudios:

Josh Ln

septagonstudios:

Josh Ln

musthaveapps:

WUNDERLIST.
Your personal Task manager. You can organize your to-do lists, synchronize and share it with your frinds.

musthaveapps:

WUNDERLIST.

Your personal Task manager. You can organize your to-do lists, synchronize and share it with your frinds.

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