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Media Spotlight: Creators

Creators is VICE’s arts and culture platform, covering every aspect of the creative process. Its mission is to make art more accessible to a wider audience with diverse voices reporting on emergent arts and artists.

From sculpture and light projections to street art and dance, the platform’s curators and contributors immerse themselves in cultural hotbeds and travel to the far corners of the globe to explore the spectacle and color of making art today. Read more

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Artists: Submit to The Blooom Award by Warsteiner by 31 July

You don’t have to be a fan of beer to love Warsteiner, Germany’s largest privately owned brewery, which has now been owned and operated by the Cramer family for 264 years. Brauerei Warsteiner has had a close relationship with the arts for more than thirty years – starting with Andy Warhol, who immortalized the Warsteiner Pilsner glass to help launch the Warsteiner Art Collection. In 2010, Warsteiner established The Blooom Award to offer young creatives in Germany a chance to get their start in the international art market. Since 2012, the competition has been opened up to artists all around the world in the fields of art, design, urban art and film. Applications are due by 31 July. Read more

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March 2016 desktop calendar


Featured Image: Tongue Point, Washington, USA, by yours truly.

Notes from On & Up, my personal blog: “Throughout time, the areas all along Washington State’s Highway 112 corridor have been home to people of the Klallam and Makah tribes: Exploring their cultures and histories are wonderful aspects of visiting…. During our visit, we searched for unadulterated nature, hoping to find vibrant signs of indigenous life carrying on in harmony with Mother Earth. Imagine the thrills we had as we found all of that, far and wide, time and again.”

I hope you enjoy this March image selection. Click the photo above to download a high-res calendar for your desktop.

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It’s time to catch-up with Sam Jones, “Off Camera”

This has been a spectacular day for me. I began preparing for it a couple of years ago, when I was able to reconnect with one of the most phenomenal people I’ve met in my career – the acclaimed photographer and director Sam Jones, who is the force behind Off Camera. Sam launched his original on-camera interview series back in 2013 as a website, magazine, TV show and podcast, and when I wrote about it, he sent me a warm response. Knowing that the show is now beginning its fourth season, today I made a plan to look-in on it again. After spending the whole day binge-watching clips from the show’s YouTube channel, here is my takeaway: Sam Jones is profoundly influential to me, and I am certain that everyone else watching his show must feel the same way. Here’s why. Read more

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December 2015 desktop calendar


Featured Image: “Snow Nightfall” Park City, Utah, by imagemaker Tommy Ewasko.

Tommy writes: “My favorite professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, Wes Kemp, answered a question with a question one day, and it affected me forever. On that day, a fellow student complained, ‘Aww, why give us an assignment that has been photographed a million times?’ Prof. Kemp replied, ‘Yes it has, but have YOU ever photographed it?!’ Park City has been a destination for me since 1980, and I had never really tried to visually explain the phenomenon of the large snowflakes that fly to earth in the night to provide the abundant beautiful powder. Read more

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November 2015 desktop calendar


Featured Image: “Mountain Rays” Angeles Crest, California, by imagemaker Tommy Ewasko.

Tommy writes: “This beautiful mountaintop view at campsite #23, with warm beaming rays of light, was waiting for me to compose its portrait. I am very grateful for the ability to bring you to this truly special place on earth. There is a lot to take in — enjoy! Happy Thanksgiving!”

We hope you enjoy this November image selection from brothers Tommy, Bill and Tony Ewasko and their united businesses, Ewasko Studio and Aloma Printing. Please contact Tommy(at)ewasko.com to request your copy of their spectacular wall calendar.

Click the image above to download a high-res November 2015 calendar for your desktop.

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October 2015 desktop calendar


Featured Image: “Scarecrows of the Desert” Scottsdale, Arizona, by imagemaker Tommy Ewasko.

Tommy writes: “It is always quite an education to photograph the desert, a place where you quickly gain a huge respect for both wildlife and nature itself. All around Scottsdale, the Saguaro seem like sentries guarding the desertscape. Some may have been there for more than a century. Read more

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September 2015 desktop calendar


Featured Image: “Serenity Dance” Outer Banks, North Carolina, by imagemaker Tommy Ewasko.

Tommy writes: “Early morning soft light and a warm breeze off the ocean provided a ballet of reeds dancing in front of me. As I looked through the viewfinder, I felt compelled to sway with the performers — and with a slow shutter-speed, tell a story and establish an emotional atmosphere. Are you there yet?”

We hope you enjoy this September image selection from brothers Tommy, Bill and Tony Ewasko and their united businesses, Ewasko Studio and Aloma Printing. Please contact Tommy(at)ewasko.com to request your copy of their spectacular wall calendar.

Click the image above to download a high-res September 2015 calendar for your desktop.

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July 2015 desktop calendar


Featured Image: “Red White & Blue” Sunland, California, by imagemaker Tommy Ewasko.

Tommy writes: “The canyons throughout Southern California have various terrains, and getting the most interesting perspective always takes a little homework. While perched on the top of a ridge on the birthday of this great country, I once again grabbed my favorite tripod, placed sandbags on the legs to anchor it properly and started the process of laying down exposures. Read more

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