The front facade of the QaGoMA Building lights up every night in almost neon colour palettes. Shot on a very appropriate cinematic film modified for 35mm stills cameras, Cinestill 800T was the perfect choice. Rendering the colours in a wonderful array of spectacular colour. Reminiscent of the days of cinema and neon billboards lighting up bustling city streets at dusk.
Just over a week ago I was part of the first Edition for The Brisbane Collective "HOME GROWN" magazine launch and pop-up exhibition. It was a great night meeting some other creative people and finding out more about their creative work and pursuits. Details about <TBC>
Pictured is some visual arts from the night alongside my piece - "Flight Control". Kodak Tri-x 400 black n white film, digital composite, stone print with recycled wood frame by the wonderful folks at OnStone in Melbourne. A soft stone face with recycled wooden frame, perfect piece to compliment a modern interior. Mixed similar/ recycled materials, a personal favourite of mine in design style.
Visual art pieces, Nicola Emanuel and I enjoying a Kopparberg Cider, me with my piece, one of many pieces of art made by the extraordinary TBC crew from recycled wood and Luke Kallquist of Kallquist Guitars (local acoustic guitar maker).
I look forward to the next one!
Today I joined 'ELLO' a social space for sharing and nothing else. No fuss, no clutter, no worries.
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The layout is simple and beautiful (or simply beautiful). Minimalistic and clean in it's approach. Focusing on what's important. Sharing. Which ever way you look at it. A way to connect and meet other creative (or inspiring) humans from around the world. I love seeing (and meeting) other creatives from different places. Cultural, environmental, historical, roots/ origin > influences. Process, the journey of creating something. Be it digitally, by hand or something else? Perhaps.