Charlie Immer is an artist and illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. He holds a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design.
Plus Ultra 2009 installation by London-based artist Goshka Macuga for the 53rd Venice Biennale (Fare Mondi/Making Worlds)
” With training in graphic design and visual arts, I started working as a background painter for Cinar Animation in the late nineties. Since then, I worked for different studios on numerous television series (in 2d as well as in 3d) like My Goldfish is Evil!, Mona the Vampire, Tripping the Rift as a visual development artist, background painter, designer and art director. In 2001 and 2002, I collaborated on the academy award nominated animated feature The Triplets from Belleville as a key background painter. I also worked as a freelance illustrator for clients including The Upper Deck Company/Blizzard Entertainment.” – Monica Langlois
‘ Situated in Rijekaâ€™s quarter Zamet, the new Zamet Centre in complete size of 16830 m2 hosts various facilities: sports hall with max 2380 seats, local community offices, library, 13 retail and service spaces and a garage with 250 parking spaces. One third of the sports hallâ€™s volume is cut in the ground, and the rest of the Centre is fully fitted into the surrounding landscape. The buildingâ€™s main architectural element are ribbon-like linear stripes stretching over the site in a north-south direction, functioning at the same time as an architectural design element of the object and as a zoning element which forms a public square and a link between the park on the north and school and B. Vidas street on the south. ‘
Beautiful figurative paintings by illustrator Simon G. Phelipot from France.
Karin BubaÅ¡, born in 1976 in North Vancouver, is a photographer who lives and works in Vancouver, B.C. She studied at the Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design and graduated in 1998. Since graduating, BubaÅ¡ has exhibited nationally and internationally, most notably in Montreal, Washington D.C., and Brussels. Exhibitions include About Time at The Canadian Embassy in Washington DC, Studies in Landscape and Wardrobe at The Monte Clark Galleries in Toronto and Vancouver, and The Power Of Reflection at The Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts in Montreal. Most recently her work has been exhibited in The Tree: From the Sublime to the Social at The Vancouver Art Gallery and Moodyville at The Presentation House Gallery.
Engstrom Design works primarily with jewelry, where the focus is on creating a strong expression of acrylic as favorite materials.
Cherry Hood is a contemporary visual artist working in watercolour and sculpture. Hood attained a Master of Visual Art at Sydney College of the Arts in 2000. Her thesis investigated gender politics in art and cultural mores and taboos surrounding the representation of the male body. Hood has since had two solo exhibitions at Mori Gallery. Prior to this, she had countless solo and group shows at university and artist-run spaces. Her works are in many collections in Australia and overseas. Hood works in the unlikely medium of watercolour to produce her portraits, which are most frequently anonymous composites. She was a finalist in the 2001 Archibald Prize with her water colour of art lecturer MatthÃ¿s Gerber.
Gary Seaman is a graphic designer, illustrator and self taught artist. Taking influences from street art, oriental cultures and everyday observations, Gary creates images of intrigue and characters with hidden details. Having had work in numerous group exhibition both in Adelaide and interstate, The Golden Silver Project is his solo project that will show the many varied mediums that his ideas are applied to.