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!
Infamous street artist JR has recently completed the dream of every artist in the world – his work is at The Louvre. Invited by the iconic museum, the French native worked tirelessly with a solid team of people who helped in covering the front of the famous pyramid with a wheat paste giving the glass structure the illusion of disappearing.
Jason Chen is originally from Guangzhou, China. He received his BFA in Animation from the University of Arts in 2008. Jason is a Philadelphia based Photographer specializing in Fashion, Editorial, and Alternative Process Photography.
In 2012, Jason Chen shifted his long-running focus on dry plate tintypes to a new process: photo weaving. Chen began using two separate images of the same person, then wove them together in a process exploring time, movement, process, and mutation. He has exhibited works in the series one by one over the years, but in Fragments, his 2015 solo exhibition at Paradigm Gallery, a full collection of these works were on display together for the first time.
Multidisciplinary artist Philippe Mastrocola recently sent over a number of images pertaining to a new project he just launched entitled “Mastrocola 35mm Pinhole.” The endeavour features a pinhole camera Mastrocola created out of a spray paint can, which took rustic looking photographs of some of his murals. Take a look at the science after the jump!
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!
Lala Abaddon seeks to examine the dual nature of binary relationships with parallels that give shape to their physical existence. In her woven work she integrates many components in her process, capturing her unique images multiple times through a repetitive sequence of traditional analog photographic methods, then arranging the large format prints into precise and deliberate pairings.
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!