Friday, March 25, 2011

Help Japan earthquake victims

The PrintAid Project

Three Merseyside based photographers have set up the PrintAid Project to help the victims of the recent earthquake in Japan. The PrintAid Project involves renowned photographers and designers from around the world who have donated their images to be sold on the project website. All money raised will go to the Red Cross charity.The project will tentatively raise money in two ways:
• A selection of prints to be sold at a special reduced rate from the website.
• Limited edition prints to be sold in a series of charity auctions on this website.
The artists involved in this project have donated their images and time to the project and set up the website for free. This means that after printing and postage costs, every penny raised will be donated to the victims of the Tohoku earthquake.The site is accepting submissions for possible inclusion via the submission page:

Monday, March 7, 2011

Klippan exhibition

On display on 591

Mr Urbano wrote: "I get a sense of a struggle with geometry, and how to come to terms with it by turning to nature. Klippan is a place with the presence of the sea and the archipelago - beyond the bridge and the city traffic. I watch people waiting for something. Something is happening, although not immediate or visible - there is a strange undertone that Tiberio captures so well."

Click on the poster above to go to the exhibition.