A year on after the successful experience in Slovenia, I was invited by an Italian curator to take part in an Arts Festival which will be held in Schio, Vicenza, Italy. Pulsart is a festival created to bring together the different forms of contemporary arts and it is being organised by Type Creative People, Yourban, Sezione H and Daamstudio.
This is the first such Arts Colony which is being organized in Vicenza, Italy and it is curated by Anna Zerbaro Pezzin. This event, also being referred to as Art Contest will bring together 75 artists, both Italian and international which were selected form a total number of 350 artists, with the exception of 6 artists (one of them being myself) who were invited directly by the curator. These 6 artists will be staying in an arts residence in Schio (Vicenza), which will be used as living grounds and as art workshop. Although not all the 75 artists taking part in the contest would be able to produce their art at the residence, all their works will have the same theme in common and will be exhibited under the same space. This project will move through the various aspects that characterise America and it’s society and for the residential artists the task will be even complex since their art will be made up of wasted materials since America is the land of consumerism. Continue Reading Pulsart Festival, Vicenza Italy
Fine architecture, castles and myths, quaint cafes, river boats, bridges, ballets, concerts, art festivals, scenic landscapes were all recurring keywords which kept turning up as I was researching Ljubljana, capital city of Slovenia, when I was invited for last year’s Ljubljana’s Art Festival – one of the biggest art festivals in Europe with a participation of 3000 artists and performers from over 30 countries each year. Continue Reading Festival Ljubljana In The Heart Of Slovenia
An interview with award winning lecturer and professor Erik Spiekermann where he talks about his design process, his fascination about letters and typography and the importance of design communication and its impact on society.
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Art, culture and a rich history. All this and much more can be found in Valletta, Malta’s capital and a World Heritage site, nothing short
of an open-air museum. This small underrated European city holds secluded corners as
yet unmarked by mass tourism – quarters filled with character and authenticity, where it is easy to slip in,
slow down and stumble upon that unknown shop, pub or restaurant. At some point most people walking through Valletta will pass through the
quaint narrow streets which cut through the city and once were so full of life. Today only remnants of that bygone era remain and these are
the many plaques that still hang on the abandoned bars and shops – a heavenly discovery to all typography lovers Continue Reading Valletta’s type phase
Camilleri Galea Ltd., are a young team of Certified Public Accountants who deliver assurance, accountancy, advisory, corporate and tax services to a broad range of business, corporate and private clients. Continue Reading Camilleri Galea: taking branding into account
Renergy is a team of Engineers and works with the philosophy of offering a complete package related to energy services, starting from energy auditing to the implementation of renewable energy generating systems. Continue Reading A clean solution for Renergy