We have a stall or two coming up in the next month. We will have a small stall at the free to enter Lowbrow festival
in Haggerston park this saturday 10th. We will have all
our products plus art prints and t--shirts from artists Tom the Pen and Dan Prescott at the Sunday Upmarket
in Brick Lane on Sunday 25th. Hope to see you there!
Poster Challenge: Design an 'Artvert'?!
Art below's latest poster challenge is in collaboration with Rooms Magazine
They are challenging artists and designers to come up with a poster design that has the appearance of an advertisement.
Art Below offers the opportunity to display the winning 1x1.5m poster at a major London Underground station, for 2 weeks in October 2011.
Rooms Magazine will also be proud to award the winning poster with a feature in the December 2011 issue.
The winning design will be selected by Rooms Magazine and Art Below from all entries received before the deadline: 30th September 2011
Selected entries and runners up will be displayed online
Send your work as low res jpgs to firstname.lastname@example.orgNote
: There is no fee to enter or take part.
Mr Will Conway gets all animated in this talkie.
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Tastes of Ink gets a good reviewing from Brighton Lite.
On the 27th June Karen Georghiou
will begin her 'Book Club' - a regular feature in which she will interview various Lazy Gramophone writers about their published works.
The idea behind Book Club is to reveal authors' perspectives on their own publications and so questions will progress according to the chapters of each featured book.
Karen will also be offering you the chance to pitch your own questions via her Twitter page
Once the interviews have been recorded the resulting videos will be published on our Lazy Gramophone website
as well as on Karen's YouTube channel: RAGtelevision
The first episode of Book Club will see Karen meet Will Conway
in order to talk about his new book, Tastes of Ink
. If you have a question for Will, simply tweet @minikaren
and sign off with the hashtag 'Conway'
The latest issue of Rooms Magazine
is now on sale!
Opening this summer issue with a defiant cover from photographer Francesca Yorke
, Rooms Magazine walks you straight into The Red Room
, cranking up the heat with Andy Scott's
steel work and the illustrations of a man that needs no introduction, Jeremyville
[both interviewed by our very own Will Conway
If that's not hot enough for you, why not climb inside one of Nick Cave's Soundsuits
. Or you could always pay a visit to The Bee Kingdom
, their glass-blowing studio is a constant hive of activity. Also in the Rooms Letterbox, Sergio Caballero
talks other artistic endeavours besides nursing his brainchild SONAR
festival, while BMX's favourite photographer Vincent Perraud
adds a personal touch with his top ten tunes.
I bet that was too hot now, right?! So take a break and ask for an iced coffee -mine's a mojito!- when you get to the Gallery District
, get comfortable, and enjoy the always diverse array of great artists Rooms have got for you in Showrooms
The exciting news doesn't stop there. Rooms distribution frontiers keep expanding! Friends in Canada and the US will soon be able to grab a copy at their nearest bookshop and specialist retailer. Make sure you get yours!
The wonderful people at Thirst For Vision, a quarterly online Magazine, have featured Lazy Gramophone on page 40 of their latest edition
Do take a look at all the great work they are doing and if like us you cannot wait for the next edition, you can always check out their TFV website
or follow their TFV twitter page
'Thirst for Vision is: '...a quarterly online magazine focusing on the creative youth of today. TFV hit screens at the start of 2010 and hasn't stopped its engines since. By recruiting photographers, artists and writers from all over the world we have achieved an international fan-base. thirstforvision gives you the opportunity to turn your passion into the passion of many.
Five Lazy Gramophone artists will be performing at this month's Hay-On-Wye Literary festival!
Head Chef & Head Waiter (aka Whetam Allpress & David Fuller) have acquired the gorgeous 17th Century country edifice, Rosa's Barn
Guests will be treated to a feast of the best, responsibly sourced local produce as well as a wonderful evening's entertainment, not least from our very own Lazy Gramophone artists Zoe Catherine Kendall
, Joanne Tedds
, William Conway
, Rupert Munck
and Vincent J Prince
Zoe Catherine Kendall will be performing... Saturday 28th May
Joanne Tedds & Will Conway will be performing... Friday 3rd June
Rupert Munck & Vincent J Prince will be performing... Saturday 4th JuneEarly Bird Tickets £50
(No door sales)
- 5 Course seasonal menu (Veg option)
- Carefully selected matched wines (Complimentary)
- Fully Licensed (Comprehensive wine menu/cocktail bar)
- Live Song and Poetry (Dancing till late)
- Secure, on-site Parking (...or enjoy a 20 minute moonlit walk!)
Visit our 'Events Page
' for more Information
Sabotage: Reviews of the Ephemeral
, have reviewed our latest publication, 'Tastes of Ink', by Will Conway. Follow this news link to read the review in full.
Review written by Will Langdale
'Sabotage likes pamphlets, small presses, poetry and fiction magazines, manifestos, online journals, stapled pieces of paper, installation poetry, ... In other words, those ephemeral works that are often created on a small budget and distributed to a limited amount of people.
Shaded by their stockier cousins these works don't always get the thoughtful criticism, heated debates, or trolls that they deserve. Let's face it, Sabotage isn't going to solve that problem, but it would like to provide a troposphere.'Sabotage Links
Sabotage HomeSabotage on Twitter
A brilliant review of our latest publication Will Conway Tastes of Ink by REM Magazine.
Follow this news link to read the review
in full.REM Magazine
: http://remmagazine.net/Röntgen Equivalent in Man
rem (rem), n. a unit of radiation dosage which measures the effect in humans or mammals. rem (symbol)
Rem Magazine is a New Zealand Journal of Experimental Writing that embraces urgent ideas and new forms as the foundations of innovative art and writing.