Art by Dan Bru. More art available at 3-D Monster
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issues 001 and 002 feature: A Slice of Life, Jake & Amir, Rachel Jones, Melbourne Graffiti, Overheard Project, Joe Murtagh, Mr Bingo, The Books I Will Never Write, Reka Nyari, League of the Empty Chair, McBess & Simon, Re:View and many more.
Following our good tradition to supply our readers with all kinds of design-related free resources and being supported in this by our partner Procartoons.com, we are now offering a new set of free graphics for Cruzine readers. This time monster characters are featured in this collection of freebies. The field of application for these cute and professionally designed monster characters is actually boundless – from a web design to posters and from funny greeting cards to comics illustrations.
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If you are not familiar with the term sans-serif, let me explain it real fast. Sans-serif fonts, on the contrary to serif fonts do not have the small features at the end of the strokes. Sans-serif fonts have become the de facto standard for body text on-screen, especially online. It’s mainly because the screen resolution limit makes the serifs look blurry or too large. So it’s easier without it. It’s free, enjoy!
Wild Fantasies: A Decade of Don’t Panic Posters
It’s been 10 years since we started putting the Don’t Panic Poster in the Packs. Come and see some of the highlights by people like Andrew Rae, Banksy (x2), Cheba, Lucy Mclauchlan, Eine, Elliot Thoburn, Paul Insect, David Shrigley, Jon Burgerman, Kam Tang, Steven Wilson and many more.
Also feast your eyes ten new screen prints from artists that you need to know about, one for each year of the Don’t Panic Poster, at the StolenSpace gallery in September.
24th September – 3rd October 2010
Opening preview night – 23rd September
Freshers Student Party with The University of the Arts – 29th September
Ten new screenprints signed and numbered from artists including:
Word To Mother
+ 50 previous Don’t Panic Posters!
Free giveaways and drinks provided on the opening nights!
Lots more exciting information to be revealed including how to get on the preview list for the opening party, so please keep your diaries free for one of the most important shows of the year!
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StolenSpace, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
Having an uncle who is a travel writer has always brought my brother and I amazing artifacts and oddities from all over the world. Recently he went to the North Pole from Alaska via a Russian nuclear ice breaker. Along with minor levels of radioactivity he also brought back these incredible images of paper sculptures of Native American scenes by Allen & Patty Eckman. These stunningly detailed sculptures may only be made from paper – but they are being snapped up by art fans for tens of thousands of pounds. The intricate creations depict Native American scenes and took up to 11 months to make using a specially formulated paper. Find out more at www.wickedpaedia.com