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Revolutionart issue 35

  1. 1. pr es ent s : INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE ISSUE # 35 April - May 2012 ISSN 2220-444X Published by: Publicistas.Org Contact Revolutionart: hola@publicistas.org Created by: Nelson Medina nelson@publicistas.org HUMAN BEING EDITORIAL Human beings need to add aesthetic value to life’s circumstances in order to arrive at a better understanding of themselves, from ancient cave paintings to the grand designs of modern cinema. All the contributor’s artworks are property of their respective owners and can’t be reproduced without permission. Human Being All the editorial designs by Nelson Medina & Revolutionart Studios. All the creative ideas by Publicistas.org. © 2012 Publicistas.Org REVOLUTIONART www.RevolutionartMagazine.com Everything we learn through experience can be seen represented and sublimated through innumerable artistic expressions. But the artistic faculty of humankind must be free. Art demands freedom from censorship, so that our creative powers can develop unchecked. In this way, we will ensure that all human beings continue to admire art and to learn from the meanings that artists give to the experiences of life. At the deepest level, being human means learning new things, developing skills and perfecting them from day to day, perceiving and connecting with one’s inner self. For a human being, this realization implies enjoyment of life and a sense of fulfillment. That is why art makes us more human, and why being human is an art. Enjoy Revolutionart Magazine. Nelson Medina Creative Director Publicistas.org nelson@publicistas.org
  2. 2. HOW TO READ REVOLUTIONART ESC ESCAPE FROM FULL SCREEN MODE MOVE BETWEEN PAGES CTRL +L RETURN TO FULLSCREN MODE ... AND DON’T FORGET TO CLICK THE LINKS !
  3. 3. REVOLUTIONART CONTRIBUTORS Issue 35 - Human Being Alex Tituaña Ecuador alexm_rc@hotmail.com Christopher Northern United States cjnorthern_spec@yahoo.com Alicia Haberman United States alicia@seductionkills.com www.seductionkills.com Dasha_Konica Russia dawka26@mail.ru www.tinyurl.com/6vuqn5h Ann Morgan United States a5m5morgan@yahoo.com www.tinyurl.com/876qxwr Antonella Antonioni Italy antonellaantonioni@yahoo.it www.antonelweb.it Brenna French United States brennafrench519@yahoo.com www.tinyurl.com/7ydnatn Emanuel Argentina gomezemanuel@gmail.com www.flickr.com/photos/retratosilye Andrés Tuberquia Guzmán Colombia gottlos1@gmail.com www.schwarzemann.blogspot.com Beraka Chile bigberaka@gmail.com www.beraka.deviantart.com Burg Balazs Hungary jidakiburg@gmail.com www.tinyurl.com/76eg7rt Emmanuel Laflamme Canada info@quartertofour.net www.quartertofour.net
  4. 4. REVOLUTIONART CONTRIBUTORS Issue 35 - Human Being Giovanni Tagliavini Italy gtagliavini@tiscalinet.it www.arsvisiva.com/giovannitagliavini Giulio Iurissevich Italy giulio.iurissevich@gmail.com www.giulio-iurissevich.com Ismael Esteban Tapia Toro Chile ismarte.art@live.cl www.facebook.com/ismaelesteban LeWelsch Denyon Switzerland lewelsch@gmail.com www.lewelsch.ch James Valt United States valtcreative@gmail.com www.valtcreative.com Jicking Bebiro Philippines wicked_jick@yahoo.com Matías Giamportone Argentina Joshua Crimson matiasgiamportone@gmail.com Uruguay joshua_crimson@montevideo.com.uy www.giamportone.com.ar www.dialdfordesign.blogspot.com Mel Gama Brazil Leah Coghlan contact@melgama.com Canada www.melgama.com littleleah78@gmail.com
  5. 5. REVOLUTIONART CONTRIBUTORS Mercedeh Mirshamsi United States mercd.m@gmail.com www.mercedehs.com Slavomir Jakab Slovakia slavomir.jakab@gmail.com www.esje.sk Mona Mohsni Tunisia mounamohsni@gmail.com Nimbus Art Group Philippines nimbusartgroup@gmail.com www.nimbusartgroup.webs.com Peyman Tajik Iran Peyman.Tajik@gmail.Com Reinaldo Joseph Trinidad & Tobago rjdpayol@gmail.com Osiris Rain United States osirisrain@mac.hush.com www.osirisrainstudios.com Ralf Schoofs Germany space-art@ralf-schoofs.de www.ralf-schoofs.de Shadi al Hroub Jordan shadi@hroub.com www.hroub.com Srecko Radivojcevich Serbia srecko.radivojcevic_409@yahoo.com www.be.net/sreckoradivojcevic Upul P. Pallekumbura Sri Lanka upulpp@tech-handiya.com www.facebook.com/upulpp YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN THE NEXT ISSUE ! Issue 35 - Human Being
  6. 6. Your World
  7. 7. Your World
  8. 8. INTERVIEW WITH WIILL FERNANDES ADVENTURES ON GRAPHICS INTERVIEW WTH WILL FERNANDES Brazil www.willfernandes.com.br March 2011 By Nelson Medina nelson@publicistas.org © Images by Will Fernandes
  9. 9. How do you feel the design scene in your country? I live in São Paulo, Brazil and it is an urbanized city that is influenced by graffiti and the underground culture. Brazilians are so creative people and you can find a lot of good professionals and artists that make the movement grows up. After midnight you can see the hearth of the city wakes up and that is the time the design starts your way. What do you do for a day job? I can consider my day job dynamically, actually as much designers I prefer working at night like a bat but sometimes I need wake up really early to visit clients and partners. Sometimes I am not creative as I wish so I try to distract my mind listening some music or ride on a longboard or even going to shopping mall just to clear my mind and inspire myself.
  10. 10. How is your studio? What could we find in your desk and walls? My studio is like candy for children, you can find a lot of animation toys and fun things, in fact I collect this little toys and they are on my desk and on the walls you can find a lot of prints of my arts. My studio is really fun and colorful.
  11. 11. What new artistic talents would you like to develop? What are the jobs for which you feel most proud of? I really would like to painting using brush and ink in fact in 2011 I was encouraged by my family and friends to create prints with my work and it was a good result. In fact all of my creations are special to me but I felt really proud of my first website that won a lot of international recognitions and I started to be a little more notorious.
  12. 12. Which artists or what art movements inspired you most? I like many kinds of art movements like music, graffiti, skate and underground things. Great artists to me are “Os Gemeos” I think their art are expressive and really serious to alerting the society to open up their mind. But I like a lot artists like Tarsila do Amaral, Salvador Dali, Picasso, Leonardo da Vinci, Edvard Munch etc...
  13. 13. What means crossover design for you ? Crossover design for me means the time that I can create my crazy and colorful ideas. I can express how I feel and the people can think about my art and how serious it is. A lot of my arts has a significant means and if you look with very attention you will find the ideas behind my art.
  14. 14. “I try to distract my mind listening some music or ride on a longboard ”.
  15. 15. “A lot of my arts has a significant means and if you look with very attention you will find the ideas behind my art”.
  16. 16. If you had to do the last piece of art in your life ... What would it be? I would painting a wall with my colorful style but not a normal wall, I would like to painting in some place that people can see everyday and remember that we are all brothers and sisters and we are here not to war but to love.
  17. 17. I WILL SHOW YOU EVERYTHING Nelson Medina - Anatomy of Design // a worldwide workshop about art & design for your educational institution // ask: nelson@publicistas.org
  18. 18. CURRENT THEME: HUMAN BEING
  19. 19. 35 - Human Being Alex Tituaña - Ecuador
  20. 20. 35 - Human Being Alicia Haberman - United States 35 - Human Being Alicia Haberman - United States
  21. 21. 35 - Human Being Alicia Haberman - United States 35 - Human Being Alicia Haberman - United States
  22. 22. 35 - Human Being Alicia Haberman - United States 35 - Human Being Alicia Haberman - United States
  23. 23. 35 - Human Being Alicia Haberman - United States 35 - Human Being Christopher Northern - United States
  24. 24. 35 - Human Being Burg Balazs - Hungary
  25. 25. 35 - Human Being Burg Balazs - Hungary
  26. 26. 35 - Human Being Burg Balazs - Hungary 35 - Human Being Burg Balazs - Hungary
  27. 27. 35 - Human Being Andrés Tuberquia Guzmán - Colombia
  28. 28. 35 - Human Being Ann Morgan - Unites States
  29. 29. 35 - Human Being Antonella Antonioni - Italy
  30. 30. 35 - Human Being Beraka - Chile
  31. 31. 35 - Human Being Beraka - Chile
  32. 32. 35 - Human Being Brenna French - United States 35 - Human Being Brenna French - United States
  33. 33. 35 - Human Being Dasha_Konica - Russia
  34. 34. 35 - Human Being Emanuel - Argentina
  35. 35. 35 - Human Being Emanuel - Argentina
  36. 36. 35 - Human Being Emanuel - Argentina
  37. 37. 35 - Human Being Zelyan Rofiq - Indonesia
  38. 38. 35 - Human Being Giovanni Tagliavini - Italy
  39. 39. 35 - Human Being Giovanni Tagliavini - Italy
  40. 40. 35 - Human Being Giovanni Tagliavini - Italy
  41. 41. 35 - Human Being Giovanni Tagliavini - Italy
  42. 42. 35 - Human Being Giovanni Tagliavini - Italy
  43. 43. 35 - Human Being Giovanni Tagliavini - Italy
  44. 44. 35 - Human Being Giovanni Tagliavini - Italy
  45. 45. 35 - Human Being Giulio Iurissevich - Italy 35 - Human Being Giulio Iurissevich - Italy
  46. 46. 35 - Human Being Giulio Iurissevich - Italy 35 - Human Being Giulio Iurissevich - Italy
  47. 47. 35 - Human Being Giulio Iurissevich - Italy
  48. 48. 35 - Human Being Giulio Iurissevich - Italy 35 - Human Being James Valt - United States
  49. 49. 35 - Human Being Ismael Esteban Tapia - Chile
  50. 50. 35 - Human Being Ismael Esteban Tapia - Chile
  51. 51. 35 - Human Being Joshua Crimson - Uruguay
  52. 52. 35 - Human Being Leah Coghlan - Canada
  53. 53. 35 - Human Being Reinaldo Joseph - Trinidad & Tobago 35 - Human Being Jicking Bebiro - Philippines
  54. 54. 35 - Human Being Jicking Bebiro - Philippines 35 - Human Being LeWelsch Denyon - Switzerland
  55. 55. 35 - Human Being LeWelsch Denyon - Switzerland
  56. 56. 35 - Human Being LeWelsch Denyon - Switzerland
  57. 57. 35 - Human Being LeWelsch Denyon - Switzerland
  58. 58. 35 - Human Being Matías Giamportone - Argentina
  59. 59. 35 - Human Being Mercedeh Mirshamsi - United States
  60. 60. 35 - Human Being Mercedeh Mirshamsi - United States 35 - Human Being Mercedeh Mirshamsi - United States
  61. 61. 35 - Human Being Mona Mohsni - Tunisia 35 - Human Being Mona Mohsni - Tunisia
  62. 62. 35 - Human Being Nimbus Art Group - Philippines
  63. 63. 35 - Human Being Nimbus Art Group - Philippines
  64. 64. 35 - Human Being Osiris Rain - United States
  65. 65. 35 - Human Being Peyman Tajik - Iran
  66. 66. 35 - Human Being Ralf Schoofs - Germany
  67. 67. 35 - Human Being Ralf Schoofs - Germany
  68. 68. 35 - Human Being Shadi al Hroub - Jordan 35 - Human Being Shadi al Hroub - Jordan
  69. 69. 35 - Human Being Slavomir Jakab - Slovakia
  70. 70. 35 - Human Being Slavomir Jakab - Slovakia
  71. 71. 35 - Human Being Slavomir Jakab - Slovakia 35 - Human Being Srecko Radivojcevich - Serbia
  72. 72. 35 - Human Being Srecko Radivojcevich - Serbia
  73. 73. 35 - Human Being Srecko Radivojcevich - Serbia
  74. 74. 35 - Human Being Srecko Radivojcevich - Serbia 35 - Human Being Upul P. Pallekumbura - Sri Lanka
  75. 75. How to join the next edition? : www.revolutionartmagazine.com/how_to_participate.html
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  78. 78. PERE IBANEZ Originally from Barcelona, Spain, Pere Ibañez majored in film making and screenwriting. Heavily influenced by horror and sci-fi movies from the 80s, his work has developed a signature characteristic of showing nightmarish scenes and intensely emotional displays in riotous color and stark contrast. The extreme effect of his works set them apart from those of mainstream photography. www.pereibanez.com
  79. 79. S panish artist Pere Ibañez will release his new series on domestic violence through his recently published book, The Leftlovers. The book will be available April 10 in print through major retailers, such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc., and the digital ebook version may be found on Apple’s iBookstore. The central theme of The Leftlovers is the dark side of love: heartbreak, abuse, dependence, and obsession. Anyone, regardless of gender or orientation, can be either victim or aggressor. The collection explores both specific social events and universal tales of tragedy. Do we fear love? Should we?
  80. 80. MODELS +
  81. 81. GRY Name : Gry Bay Occupation : Actress, Model Country : Denmark Website : www.grybay.com Photo by Bjarke Johansen
  82. 82. “Hosenflattern” aka.“Where Did You Last See Your Trousers?” for ZDF 1998. This year Gry also toured England and USA with Kid Creole as a Coconut and solo singer and still performs with the band. For 5 years Gry played parts and appeared as a danser and singer in various musicals in the main theatres of Denmark And in 1999 Gry showed her versatile talent by leaping to the rescue and taking over the lead role as Sally in “Me And My Girl” on Nørrebros Teater without rehearsals for three nights running when the original actress fell ill. The following year, also at Nørrebros Teater, she played the part of Brooke Ashton in Michael Frayn’s acclaimed comedy “Noises Off”. From 2002 she began acting in danish movies for cinema, where she also wrote some filmmusic and it was her acchievements as a songwriter that led to her starring role in “All About Anna”, a love comedy. And this again led to one of the leading roles in Pipilotti Rist’s filminstallation shown at the Biennale In Venice 2005 & Louisiana DK 2010. More info at www.grybay.com GRY BAY A C T R E S S Gry Bay got her breakthrough playing one of the leads in “Dr. Monika Lindt ” a German TV-series aired prime time on RTL., which led to another leading role in the film “Hosenflattern” aka.“Where Did You Last See Your Trousers?” for ZDF 1998. This year Gry also toured England and USA with Kid Creole as a Coconut and solo singer and still performs with the band. For 5 years Gry played parts and appeared as a danser and singer in various musicals in the main theatres of Denmark And in 1999 Gry showed her versatile talent by leaping to the rescue and taking over the lead role as Sally in “Me And My Girl” on Nørrebros Teater without rehearsals for three nights running when the original actress fell ill. The following year, also at Nørrebros Teater, she played the part of Brooke Ashton in Michael Frayn’s acclaimed comedy “Noises Off”. From 2002 she began acting in danish movies for cinema, where she also wrote some filmmusic and it was her acchievements as a songwriter that led to her starring role in “All About Anna”, a love comedy. And this again led to one of the leading roles in Pipilotti Rist’s filminstallation shown at the Biennale In Venice 2005 & Louisiana DK 2010. More info at www.grybay.com FILMS & TV: Parallel to her acting career, Gry Bay has studied drama and music at the University of Copenhagen and holds a master degree in theaterscience & drama (Shakespeare). In November 2009 Gry is releasing her first solo album “Thousands of Butterflies”. She has written 13 personal pop numbers. HOMO SAPIENS SAPIENS as Amber (lead) - Art-filminst. by Pipilotti Rist, B-plan Pro. Biennale Vienna 2005 & Louisiana DK 2010 ALL ABOUT ANNA as Anna (lead) - Feature film, Innocent Pictures & Zentropa Pro. DVD 2005 Denmark Dir. Jessica Nilsson. LAURA IN ACTION as Ann Teve (lead) - Short Movie, Lærke Film 2007 Dir. Lærke Drews. GRØNNE HJERTER as Aisa (supporting role) - Feature film, for danish Cinemas. 2006 Dir. Preben Lorentzen. LAST EXIT as Tanja (lead) - Feature film, Last Exit Pro. Distr.:Heretic Films, DVD US & Canada 2005 Dir. David Bourke. SJÆLELIV (Souls) as Maria (lead) - film,WildChoize Production & DR (Danish National TV) 2004. THE MISSION (hosting radioprogram) - “Drømmemissionen” (The dream-mission) on P3 (Danish National Radio) 2004. SLIM, SLAM, SLUM as Dit (lead) - Feature film,Wiseguy Pro. 2002. For danish Cinemas & moviechannels. Dir. Ballarin. MISTÆNKT as Mia Hviid (lead) - CD-ROM film, Deadline Games 2000. Dir. Kasper Gaardsøe. HOSENFLATTERN as Tove (lead) - TV Movie, Regina Ziegler Film Production for ZDF 1998. Dir. Erich Neureuther DR. MONIKA LINDT as Svenja (lead) - Prime-time TV series, Studio Hamburg for RTL 1997. Dir. Ulrich König. INWEAR as housemodel - Modelling job, IC-Companys 2004-2005. COVERGIRL - Chili 2008 June, M! 2003 & 2006, FHM 2007. THEATRE & TOURS: KAMPEN OM DANMARK as Regan (lead) - Theaterpiece, Rapversion of King Lear. Baggårdteatret & Odense Teater, 2006. NOISES OFF as Brooke Ashton (lead) - Nørrebros Teater 2000. Dir. Mogens Pedersen. CRISPY/XPY lead singer - studio recordings and tour Denmark,Top 10 with the dancenumber Left/Rght. Iceberg Records 2001. FILMS & TV: Parallel to her acting career, Gry Bay has studied drama and music at the University of Copenhagen and holds a master degree in theaterscience & drama (Shakespeare). In November 2009 Gry is releasing her first solo album “Thousands of Butterflies”. She has written 13 personal pop numbers. HOMO SAPIENS SAPIENS as Amber (lead) - Art-filminst. by Pipilotti Rist, B-plan Pro. Biennale Vienna 2005 & Louisiana DK 2010 ALL ABOUT ANNA as Anna (lead) - Feature film, Innocent Pictures & Zentropa Pro. DVD 2005 Denmark Dir. Jessica Nilsson. LAURA IN ACTION as Ann Teve (lead) - Short Movie, Lærke Film 2007 Dir. Lærke Drews. GRØNNE HJERTER as Aisa (supporting role) - Feature film, for danish Cinemas. 2006 Dir. Preben Lorentzen. LAST EXIT as Tanja (lead) - Feature film, Last Exit Pro. Distr.:Heretic Films, DVD US & Canada 2005 Dir. David Bourke. SJÆLELIV (Souls) as Maria (lead) - film,WildChoize Production & DR (Danish National TV) 2004. THE MISSION (hosting radioprogram) - “Drømmemissionen” (The dream-mission) on P3 (Danish National Radio) 2004. SLIM, SLAM, SLUM as Dit (lead) - Feature film,Wiseguy Pro. 2002. For danish Cinemas & moviechannels. Dir. Ballarin. MISTÆNKT as Mia Hviid (lead) - CD-ROM film, Deadline Games 2000. Dir. Kasper Gaardsøe. HOSENFLATTERN as Tove (lead) - TV Movie, Regina Ziegler Film Production for ZDF 1998. Dir. Erich Neureuther DR. MONIKA LINDT as Svenja (lead) - Prime-time TV series, Studio Hamburg for RTL 1997. Dir. Ulrich König. INWEAR as housemodel - Modelling job, IC-Companys 2004-2005. COVERGIRL - Chili 2008 June, M! 2003 & 2006, FHM 2007. THEATRE & TOURS: KAMPEN OM DANMARK as Regan (lead) - Theaterpiece, Rapversion of King Lear. Baggårdteatret & Odense Teater, 2006. NOISES OFF as Brooke Ashton (lead) - Nørrebros Teater 2000. Dir. Mogens Pedersen. CRISPY/XPY lead singer - studio recordings and tour Denmark,Top 10 with the dancenumber Left/Rght. Iceberg Records 2001. ME & MY GIRL as dancer & singer, played the lead Sally 3 times & understudy Jaqueline - Nørrebros Teater 1999. Dir. Lisa Kent. KID CREOLE AND THE COCONUTS as solosinger and coconut - English and American Tour 1998. WEST SIDE STORY as Velma - Det Ny Teater 1998. Dir. Daniel Bohr. CRAZY FOR YOU as Patsy - Det Ny Teater and Aarhus Teater 1997-98. Dir. Lisa Kent. MOULIN ROUGE SHOW as solosinger - Lindenborg Kro 1997. GREASE as Cha-Cha and Susan, understudy Sandy - Aalborg Teater 1996. Dir. Morten Hovman. GUYS AND DOLLS as Dolly - Folketeatret 1996. Dir. Morten Hovman. MØD MIG PÅ CASSIOPEIA - Amager Scenen1995. Dir. Jan Hertz CIRKUS REVYEN as dancer & singer - Bakken 1995. Dir. Lisbet Dahl. LINIE 3 as dancer & singer - Tourné Linie 3 1993 “Hvor er de 2 andre”. COMMERCIALS: HYUNDAI (the lead) - Rosenstand & Co., 2008 Dir. Joachim Rosenstand. THE PERFECT PRESENT (lead) - vampirebook “Bid” PolitikensForlag,A PashaBoomPartsProd. 2008 Dir. Caroline Sascha Cogez. EXPERT (lead) - Nobody Film 2008, Dir. Adam Bonke. TÆNK (the lead) - Easy Film, Forbrugerådet 2006, Dir. Per Dreyer. METROXPRESS - Sky Radio, speak 2005. STOFANET (lead) - Moland Film Company 2002. Dir. Ragnar Jansson. NISSAN (lead) - Paradox Productions 2002. Dir. Kasper Wedendahl. ISOVER ISOLERING (lead) - Locomotion 2001. Dir. Jens Mikkelsen. MEULE D’OR (lead) - Bullet Production 2001. Dir. Kasper Wedendahl. SYNOPTIK (lead) - Hundred Percent Film Production 2001. Dir. Niels Thomsen. SPONSORFONEN (lead) - Moland Film 1999. Dir. Søren Kragh-Jacobsen. NATURAL BORN HIPPIES Music Video - Filmbar Filmproduktion 2001. Dir.Alexander Eckert. OTHER MUSICVIDEOS for: Kim Larsen, FunkStar de Luxe,Vincent Van Go Go and Lilä
  83. 83. How did you start in modeling? When they needed an actress that also had a modeling look I was often booked. First for commercials and then also for clothing and other products. And a lot of my pictures for covers have been taken together with an article about my work as an actress. Photo by Ditte Capion Photo by Ditte Capion
  84. 84. Photo by Bjarke Johansen Photo by Bjarke Johansen Photo by Bjarke Johansen
  85. 85. Photo by Sune Czajkowski Photo by Sune Czajkowski
  86. 86. Photo by Mette Bjerregárd Photo by Mette Bjerregárd
  87. 87. Where do you think is the real beauty of a woman? The inside the soul. And the eyes are showing the inside or the soul. So I look into the eyes to catch the beauty. Photo by Erik Klitgaard
  88. 88. How is a typical day in your life? There is no typical day. That is what I like. I was on theater for seven years as singer dancer and actress. And then in Germany where I had the lead in a tv prime time serial for RTL and a movie for ZDF. So very different. Theater is late evenings and film and tv very early. I had to get used to early. And then a long tour with kid creole and the coconuts. Again different day. Very different and a lot of traveling all over the world. And then to brazil and shoot an art video with pipilotti rist for the biennale Venice. Today I do commercials, radio speaks, parts in movies and my own music and my writing. When I don’t have a acting or modeling job I make music or write. a month ago I had my children novel out. And last year my cd. Cause now as a single mother I can’t take jobs on theatre. Need to be there for my daughter. First priority now. Photo by Devid Perrin Photo by Devid Perrin
  89. 89. SHARUZEN Name: Sharuzen Age: 25 Occupation: Tattoo artist, painter, photographer and model Country: United Kingdom, London Website: www.iroltha.com All the following photographs by Sharuzen Model: Marthy
  90. 90. Model: Erica
  91. 91. Model: Sophie
  92. 92. Model: Maria Model: Maria
  93. 93. Model: Erica Model: Erica Model: Jana
  94. 94. Model: Jana Model: Lucy
  95. 95. SPREAD THE WORLD
  96. 96. INTERVIEW WITH MEL GAMA FINE ART INTERVIEW WITH MEL GAMA Brazil www.melgama.com March 2012 By Nelson Medina nelson@publicistas.org Artworks by © Mel Gama 2012
  97. 97. Can you tell us a little about yourself to help people who aren’t familiar with you, get to know you a little better? Sure! I am Brazilian, born in Rio de Janeiro, and I am a spiritualist. I turned 50 years on February 3, 2012. I started working with photomanipulation in 2003 when my mother got ill (she died in 2008). She loved angels, and I wanted to make my own angels to give her as a gift. Since my angels started with an extremely sexy look, they became a publication subject in a newspaper of general nationwide circulation in Brazil in 2004. In the following year, I made my first exhibition. My husband was one of my greatest supporters and began taking pictures to help me get the images used in my work to avoid having copyright problems. Also, some photographers, friends of mine who believed in my work, offered me photos of models so that I could use them.
  98. 98. How did you begin to combine illustration and photography with other tools like graphic design and photomontage? Generally, my work begins with the model – her posture and beauty inspire me. I see the light used, and if it is neutral, it’s easier to work with. Based on the model, I start creating the environment around her. I try to imagine the final result of the image. Often, it results in a completely different way from what I had imagined; in others, the initial image dies in itself because if inspiration does not come, it’s no use insisting. If you could develop your creativity in the perfect place, what would that place be like? My favorite place is to create in my room, alone and in silence - usually, in the company of my dog ??... LOL. However, the most inspiring place that I’ve been to, and in which it would probably be very easy to create, is a small town in England called Whitby. I’ve been there twice with my husband, and it is awesome! What are your personal tastes in terms of food, music, clothes, books and movies? I love eating meat in spite of loving animals. So I think I should stop doing it because I love them. New Age is my favorite style of music; Enya’s music is what I listen to when I go to the gym. I also love Freddie Mercury (Queen), Dire Straits and Pink Floyd (all from the days of my youth). During my work, I prefer listening to the sound of silence. My clothing style is informal, tending to be sexy. All of my books, without exception, focus on Allan Kardec’s Doctrine, which is widespread in Brazil despite having started in France and USA. My favorite movies are the light romantic ones. My favorite actors are Richard Gere and Sandra Bullock. To me the Oscar should go to “Our Home” – a Brazilian spiritualist movie.
  99. 99. Which works do you feel most proud of? I like most of my jobs where angels appear and may, somehow, bring hope to people. The “magic” must exist - not just a photo manipulation but I what I really love is to be able to show through my work the way I feel about the people and the world. What new artistic talents would you like to develop? I have projects to start drawing and later on painting. I’ve tried to use textures on top of my work but it did not work. I am completely in love with the works by Boguerau, who I identify a lot with – especially because he became well-known (and initially disliked) for making his paintings look like photographs. He is just perfect! Can you describe the creative process through which you develop a photographic commission from the beginning to the end? This has been more or less answered in the second question. However, to be more detailed, the steps are: 1st: choice of model; 2nd: cutting; 3rd: assembly of scenario; 4th: details of the model and her position under light and wind effects, as well as her hair; 5th: final composition and trimming.
  100. 100. If you had an enormous budget with which to embark upon a big project, what would it be? I’m always involved with social work, which gives me an immense pleasure. All I get from the sales of my work and my husband’s photographs is donated to non-profit charity institutions. If I happened to have the chance to get a large sum of money, I would obviously help these institutions even more. I’d also like to open a gallery where I could give space to new talents, for free, of course.
  101. 101. What other artistic genres influence you? Photography, drawing and painting are the ones that influence and inspire me. What types of commissions or projects do you most enjoy working on? I actually like working with anything I do with pleasure, with a job that inspires me. And I also like it when the person who requests the service accepts my view so that it is not necessary to keep repeating the same job a dozen times, usually for a fee that turns out to be insignificant.
  102. 102. REVOLUTIONART BE A REAL MODEL FOR A REAL MAGAZINE This is the best place to expose your talent. A showcase for photographers, models, make up artists and fashion designers. Send your best shoots to Revolutionart Magazine until the deadline. http://www.revolutionartmagazine.com/how_to_participate.html
  103. 103. WHERE GOOD IDEAS COME FROM Click to watch the film Essential video for anyone who wants to know how to come up with tomorrow’s great ideas.. By Steven Johnson. LE VOYAGE DANS LA LUNE 1902 Click to watch the film It was named one of the 100 greatest films of the 20th century by The Village Voice, ranking at #84. Written and directed by Georges Méliès, assisted by his brother Gaston.
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  106. 106. music WUST EL BALAD Style: Country / Folk / Reggae Country: Egypt Listen: www.last.fm/music/Wust+El+Balad ROKIA TRAORÉ LE TRIO JOUBRAN Style: Electroacoustic / Folk / African Country: Mali Listen: http://www.lastfm.es/music/Rokia+Traoré Style: Classic / Acoustic / Folk Country: Palestine Listen: www.last.fm/music/Le+Trio+Joubran KHORSHIDEH SIAH MASHROU3 LEILA Style: Rock Country: Iran - Tehran Listen: http://soundcloud.com/khorshidehsiah Style: Alternative / Folk / Rock Country: Lebanon Listen: www.last.fm/music/mashrou3+leila EROS MAREA Style: Rock Country: Peru Listen: http://soundcloud.com/deisukecortez Style: Punk / Rock Country: Spain Listen: www.myspace.com/losmarea
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  114. 114. JAIME TREADWELL Jaime Treadwell was born and raised in a suburb of Philadelphia. Treadwell completed his formal art education at the State University of New York at Cortland, and went on to earn his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania in 2002. Treadwell’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and abroad including New York, Miami, Boston, South Korea, Vancouver, Philadelphia, and Chicago. Publications and reviews include New American Paintings, Direct Art Magazine, Philadelphia Inquirer, Miami Times, Philadelphia Weekly, Philadelphia City Paper, and Saatchi Online TV Magazine. Jaime Treadwell lives and works in Philadelphia where he is a full-time Assistant Professor of Art at Delaware County Community College. http://www.jaimetreadwell.com Jaime Treadwell - God Gold And Guns
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  119. 119. DESIGN CORNER HELLO KITTY PENDRIVE PHI BOTTLE OPENER A simple design based off an irrational number. For the math lover, scientist, engineer, or anyone who appreciates a perfect circle and an open beer. http://tinyurl.com/729uuc8 Mimobot Hello Kitty “Nerd” USB Flash Drive Capacity: 8 GB http://tinyurl.com/858kryf HUMAN VASE By Italian designer Fabio Novembre, is meant to be worn for filtering the reality through its surfaces, a face without sexual or racial connotations, able to represent every kind of humanity, a soul for an object that could casually be perceived as a vase… http://www.novembre.it/ OMNISCIENT SIRI Behind Siri’s all-knowing gaze, the glow of the iphone screen is visible through the sculpture, and the main buttons are still accessible even when the screen is obscured. http://tinyurl.com/6m57nzy
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  121. 121. We Love Designers If you have an art or design related product send a sample to Revolutionart to make a review or a free promotion. Digital products, e-books, vectors, brushes, printed books, publications, comics, toys, accesories, web services, clothes, t-shirts, and creative pieces of art and design. The free promotion is subject to previous evaluation. You can always make a paid advertisement. Ask for more info: Hola@Publicistas.org
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  128. 128. 36 NEXT THEME: WATER It is this element which makes life on Earth possible. It is a key element of the economy, agriculture and our lives in general. We are running out of water and one day it may come to considered more valuable than gold. The next subject of Revolutionart is WATER. SEND YOUR ARTWORK NOW ! DEADLINE: 15TH OF MAY, 2012 © 2012 Publicistas.Org - REVOLUTIONART http://www.RevolutionartMagazine.com
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