For this Monday we brought to you a really cool case study from our friends over at Slashthree. The artwork titled Rancore was created by Marco Casalvieri, a digital artist from Rome, Italy. His image is a really cool digital painting of a sort of surreal landscape. We have quite a few images illustrating the whole process and it's really cool to see how everything was put together. Video For more information visit http://www.slashthree.com/exhibitions/view/2277/
With the announcement of the Slashthree collective's partnership with DACS in a collaborative live art exhibition aimed at raising awareness and money for victims of child slavery, the collective decided to run an online exhibition alongside it. "World Exhibition III" is a unique project for the collective, as it is the first incrementally-released exhibition in Slashthree's history; the first set of artworks will release on July 2, 2012, and more will release every two weeks until the project is deemed complete. The exhibition aims to allow our artists to work freely and creatively, in a similar fashion to World Exhibitions I and II before it, and we hope it will create fantastic visual and aural experience. Artworks For more information and check out the details of each of these artworks and their designers visit: http://www.slashthree.com/exhibitions/19/
In an attempt to recreate the nostalgic memories of childhood, the Slashthree collective selected ‘Fairy Tales’ as the theme of its eighteenth exhibition. The project invited our artistic core to recreate the magic they felt as children when they were whisked off to a land far, far away. Each piece of art in this exhibition is a unique, beautiful interpretation of fairy tales from both popular culture or the contributing artist’s own culture, all of which have come together to create one of our finest exhibitions to date. Since becoming a member of the Slashthree artist core in October 2010, Rob Shields has been a pillar of consistency both in creating artwork for our exhibitions as well as lending his voice and opinions behind the scenes. Rob saw Fairy Tales as opportunity to push his own artistic limits, producing two of the finest submissions to the exhibition. ‘Fairy Tales’ serves as a landmark in creativity and quality for the Rob and the Slashthree collective. Some Images For more images and information visit http://www.slashthree.com/exhibitions/18/
Just recently, the International Design Collective named SlashTHREE, released their latest exhibition number 17 entitled: Quote Unquote. A beautiful set of different style of digital imagery, illustrations, photography and music simply based on a quote. This is in our pleasure to present to you guys, some of those amazing pieces. The result was an exhibition that saw many styles of literature interpreted in a new light by our artist core. The efforts of Edmar Cisneros, Rob Shields, Nicolas Baroille, and Anthony Giacomino shone through as highlights in this exhibition, while the work of one of the latest additions to the collective, Tarin Yuangtrakul, will go down as some of the strongest in the history of slashTHREE. For more information about SlashTHREE and their artists, you can visit SlashTHREE.com or simply follow them on Twitter @slashTHREE.
The slashTHREE collective selected Paradigm Shift as the theme for its fifteenth exhibition to complement the massive changes it underwent along with the release, which began with a new version of its website. Version four of slashTHREE.com was not only about creating an incredible new website, but also about refining the functionality of the collective and the way it carries itself in the online art community. For more information about this new slashTHREE exhibition visit http://www.slashthree.com/exhibitions/15/ Unusual Vision By Leonardo Dentico The tale of the Lone Yor By Roy Bourkel The Blueprint By Maksimilijan Gecevic The Good Reason for our Forgetting By Rob Shields Suit Up! By Tomin Vladimir Spawn By Eduardo Lopez Mother Earth By Daria Widermanska - Spala Medusa By Przemek Nawrocki Ker-Pau! By Neil Hanvey and Jordi Vidal Heart By Irina Batkova In Searh for Apotheosis By Edmar Cisneros And Never Be Found Again By Marco Casalvieri Beynod III By Nicolas Monin-Baroille, Roy Bourkel, Jacob Bian, Ola Gilen Beatiful Decay By Anthony Giacomino, Ola Gilen Rysamb Deformación By Nicolas Monin-Baroille 01101010 By Mateusz Sypien Destroy By Adrian Romero
SlashTHREE, one of our favorite collectives out there has a new exhibition, their 14th to be more precise, and it's called “Le Cirque Des Couleurs”. The theme invited the artists to not only to explore their brighter and more vibrant side but also to create free flowing, abnormal, 'circus' like imagery. They also created massive typographical collaboration in which volunteers from the collective created pieces of art based around a letter of their choosing, which is called “Le Grand Cirque Des Couleurs”. The featured artists for the “Le Cirque Des Couleurs” was the mighty Erik Schumacher a Physics student from Germany and a Photoshop crazy artist in his free time. You can read the whole interview with Erik Shumacher by Saad Moosajee here. For more information and to check out all images of the exhibition visit http://www.slashthree.com/artpacks/14/ Some people say it's the apocalypse... by Kire Tale of the Hidden Orchid by Kire Masque du Caprice by Bechira Psychecellia by agiaco AIN SVP AVR atomic circus And then, they invented color, and gave it to people by kacperspala slashTHREE is on the verge of a new era. With major projects in the pipeline such as slashTHREE Version 4, we aim to change the face of this collective and make your experience even better, this truly is the place to be in the future. For now, though, we are extremely proud to present our 14th exhibition, “Le Cirque Des Couleurs”. Cirque du Freak by bechira Couleur Espace Colour your reality by r2on Color Universe by edlo Discodance Dissonance by apom, agiaco Reach For The Sky by freekilly polychromasia by Ignite Platform 3 by Logix
The super cool SlashTHREE collective presents us its 13th exhibition entitled "Unleashed". As the name suggests the artists had freedom to create and unleash all their imagination to come up with over 70 fantastic arts. It truly allowed the slashTHREE collective to show the world all of their skills and talents, and we could not be more proud of the outcome. With the release of the exhibition, the slashTHREE staff would like to recognize the resounding contributions of Anton Semenov. Anton contributed two stunning pieces to the exhibition, Black Dream and Silence, and has rightfully earned his place as the Featured Artist for this exhibition. You can read Anton's interview with Saad Moosajee (featuring Vladimir Tomin as translator) here. SlashTHREE has also entered into a collaborative charity project with the Poster Cause Project, to raise money for the relief efforts in Haiti. With that, they invite us to have a look at Exhibition 13, "Unleashed", and hope that we enjoy viewing it as much as they enjoy putting it together! Some artworks We would like to acknowledge the strong submissions from some of the latest additions to the collective, Amélie Hutt, Rron Nushi, Kode Abdo and Irina Batkova, as well as an intriguing music series contributed by long term member Murat Pak.The past two months have been huge for slashTHREE as a whole, and big things are yet to come. At the forefront of the list, a group of staff members, artists and designers are currently hard at work designing a new version of the slashTHREE website. With a much more intuitive user experience and many new ideas being put forward for the site, we are very excited for what the next chapter in the life of slashTHREE will bring. For more information visit SlashTHREE's Unleashed page at: http://slashthree.com/artpacks/13