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Moniker International Art Fair

September 27th, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea

Enter The Lovely for Moniker International Art Fair by Owen McGonigle. Music by Ronin. The Moniker Art Fair will take place in London from October 14 – 17 2010. Come along to Babelgum’s pop-up cinema, where we’ll be screening ‘Beautiful Losers’, ‘Guerilla Art’ and the worldwide premiere of ‘Bomb It 2′.

Moniker Art Fair

I really like this animated film it shows how we can use our creativity and phantasy to take refuge of reality. And also sharing phantasy with each other and how to inspire the people arround us.

DropOut Orchestra – Louche Podcast 016

April 27th, 2010 // 1 Comment // Posted by Lukas

Louche is a Leeds & London based night. I have been listening to their podcasts lately and this month eclectic piece is worth a subscription. Funk, soul, disco, motown and house, get ready for some old stuff. Here´s how they explain it:

“And now for something completely different. For this installment we have called upon the little heard of Drop Out Orchestra to record a mix, and they have delivered a set which is little like anything you have heard from our podcasts before. The mix is an eclectic journey through funk, soul, disco, motown and house, comprised mostly of old forgotten tracks and edits from the guys themselves. Their identities remain a secret, and all we can really tell you is that they are a Swedish family of musicians who are old enough to have heard such music the first time around! It’s an honor to put out such a rare podcast, we hope you enjoy it as much as us.”

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More on Louche here

Miss Bugs- Fresh Stuff “Cut Out And Fade Out”

February 22nd, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea

The Street Art Artist Miss Bugs embellished the street of London with her new work. These life sized female figures are melting with the background of the streets. She is questioning the visibility  of woman of the modern society.

Miss Bugs is famous for her pop imagery minted and inspired by Action Heros, Comic firgures and models. Her intension to use these Symbols of Society:” They are such strong iconic figures, each with a set of values good and bad, they send an immediate message making them powerful images to play with.” But she is not using matarials from familiar mainstream figures known by the publicity. What seems to have gotten street art fans in a froth is that Miss Bugs is not using old campy print advertisements or bits of classic paintings as reference; rather, it is that the work is using very recent and pretty well-known pieces of Street Art in the Street Art.

Miss Bugs website

And here some old stuff dony by Miss Bugs

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