Twitter Plus Fourteen is a collaborative project between a collective of 8 artists, that work in both Newham and Barnsley.
154 is the distance in miles as the crow flies between the town halls of Barnsley and Newham. Their latest project involves YOU!
drawings in 154 seconds
stories in 154 characters
Submit: Make a drawing in black and white in 154 seconds, scan or photograph (or create digitally) and email it to email@example.com along with your name and country.
See the past entries & find out more here.
Dirt Cheap editor Oliver Smith’s entry. (Please ignore the date, he is unaware of what year we are currently in!)
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“In Oct 2010 while on a research trip in Tajikistan I came across a curious scrapbook of Soviet-era graphics in a junk-shop in the capital city Dushanbe.
Within it were pages with collaged panels containing imagery ranging from depictions of cosmonauts, political figures, musical iconography and political illustrations in Constructivist and Suprematist styles.
In some cases panels were glued top of other images and sometimes with interesting juxtapositions – images of birds coupled with communist slogans and geometric forms.”
LOVE these! Lots more at mr prudence’s photostream here. First seen @CreativeReview.
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