White Coffee Magazine is an online film publication. We look at the visual in cinema, and the ways in which fashion, photography and design shape and mould it. For us, the movies is sipping coffee in lonely theatres with velvet curtains, and sneaking out back for a cigarette.
Great opportunity to be have my work shown on White Coffee’s site. Click the link below to see the full spread and a chance to look around their website.
Scottish illustrators Kyle Noble and Jamie Irvine travel the world individually but remain tethered together through the constant exchange of twisted, fantastical comics. Emerging from their psychedelic landscapes — some of which hardly resemble landscapes at all — come floating heads with third eyes, praying mantises with Madonna streaming out of the top of their heads, fungal universes, and possible tractor beams.
CLYDESIDE OPEN ART SHOW 2012 ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Backdoor Gallery and Clydebank and Dumbarton Heritage Centre are delighted to announce the upcoming opening of Clydeside Open Art Show 2012. The show will open to the public from Saturday 2nd November across 3 venues and run until Saturday 8th December.
The show looks set to bring some of the best contemporary art from around the UK to the heart of West Dunbartonshire with a diverse range of work including drawing, prints, ceramics, photography, painting and textiles. Artists from across the UK were selected from over 300 entries this year and will be exhibiting together for the very first time. Admission to the shows is free and all works are for sale.
Gary Boyd, Patricia Cain, Jordan Campbell, Sam Cartman, Jason Clarke, Malcolm Dobson, Cecilia Forrest, Hugh Gillan, Carole Gillman, Jamie Irvine, Jody Kelly, Caitlin Kennedy, David Konstantinou, Marion Kuit, Simon Lawley.