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Scott Patt

Scott Patt

14th – Jan – 2016

One of my favourite art finds of last year. During 2014 Scott Patt undertook a painting-a-day project entitled Bigger. Smaller. Funnier. which culminated in an exhibition at Winston Wächter Fine Art in NYC. The small, colourful almost childish looking paintings often have me laughing out loud. Often just a simple play on words, I can’t […]

Thomas Dagg

Thomas Dagg

22nd – Dec – 2015

So the new Star Wars film came out and all the humans (well it seems most) ran out to view. I enjoyed the film a great deal. It managed to take me to a place where I could imagine a non earth life amongst the stars, which is all hoped to expect. It reminded me […]

Atom Awards

Atom Awards

10th – Dec – 2015

Was honoured to be asked to help with the judging for the 2015 Atom Awards. After nominating myself for a couple of different genres, pixelshifter was allocated the Documentary – Science, Technology & the Environment (Industry) category. I was really impressed with the whole voting process. Personalised login enabled me to read instructions, view content, […]

Japanese Youth in Revolt

Japanese Youth in Revolt

6th – Nov – 2015

You don’t usually associate reckless teenage abandon or punk ethos with the Japanese. So neat and polite, however all teenagers rebel. Great images from 1964 Tokyo by Time photographer Michael Rougier of a bitter post war minority rebelling against the mainstream.

Kate Banzai

Kate Banzai

14th – Oct – 2015

Latest art crush! Kate Banzai’s work has been appearing here and there in Melbourne recently, maybe much further back but just popped up on my radar. Striking. Bold colour and and a real experimental feel. You get the feeling she really enjoys her work, and so she should. Makes me happy and curious for more. […]

Nathanael Turner

Nathanael Turner

7th – Sep – 2015

LA based photographer Nathanael Turner has plenty of interesting composition and colour going on, all wrapped up with a certain attitude. Like stills…