We are back yet again with a new edition of our digital publication. The 22nd instalment of Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine includes image features with Woolly Goat and Love Letter Projects alongside interviews with Andre Kan, Dean Reynolds, Edit TVC, Imon, Sege One and Nemco. Read HERE for free or click the image!
Simon Stålenhag is an acclaimed digital artist best known for his highly imaginative images and stories portraying illusive sci-fi phenomena in mundane, hyper-realistic Scandinavian landscapes. His work often deals with the inevitability of a dystopian future where advanced technology is not just an extension of the human race, but married to it.
Were are back again with a new issue of our digital publication. Bizarre Beyond Belief Issue #21 The our latest instalment of our online magazine which includes image features with Jon Todd, Birdo, Wax Head and includes interviews with Lady Be, Birdcap, Uncle Strawberry, Hamer One and Sean Norvet. Read for free by clicking the image or link HERE.
Our man MOCRE just sent over a new digital illustration entitled “Jaguar judge” representing the fury of nature caused by the human greed and carelessness towards it. The jaguar share a message inspirated in a phrase of Richard Buckminster Fuller (1895 -1983). He was a desinger, architecture, visionary and one of the first enviromental activists. Here’s what he has to say about the piece.
“We not continue for long manned our Spaceship Earth,
if we do not realize that it is a single ship, a common destiny.
It will be for everyone or for no one”.
After a brief digital hiatus to complete some print projects and events, we are back with our glorious 20th issue consisting of an image feature from Stephen Ormandy and interview features from Patch Whisky, Sight One, Hannah Stouffer, Vilx, Fucci and Kwest. Click the link HERE or image below to read!
In November 2015 three creatives traveled to Paramaribo, the bustling capital of a lesser known nation on the northeastern coast of South America. They arrived with a simple goal, to combine forces in a series of experiments, mixing film, light and muralism. Film shot/cut by Selina Miles, art by Felipe Pantone and Projection by Rebecca Smith. More info & video after the jump!
Last night in Toronto we got a chance to see the famous CP Rail “Holiday Train.” It’s passes through Ontario once a year and it’s all dolled up in lights, decorations and has a live band playing. It also connects itself with a food drive so that attendees arrive with non-perishable food items to fight hunger. If you haven’t seen it yet, definitely get out there next year in whatever city or town you’re in.