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Weekend Inspiration: Alberto Seveso

Posted by Jon M










Italian artist Alberto Seveso was born in Milan, but is now working as a freelancer in Portoscuso, Sardinia-Italy. In his series a due Colori Seveso experiments with high-speed photography while trying to find a new way to make something beautiful using ink and water. Loving to play with colors and tones, this series embodies the concept of stopping time through ink in the image.

Found via Ignant

Treasure Island Print Giveaway Winner

Posted by Jon M

As some of you know, ISO50/Tycho was invited to be a part of this years Treasure Island Music Festival. Tycho, as a live act and ISO50, as a vendor, so we had everything you see on the ISO50 Shop at our booth and more. To celebrate, we decided to give away a large (35″ x 65″) Knitting Factory Studio Edition Print (pictured above/worth $515). All you had to do was come by the booth, purchase something and you would automatically be able to enter our raffle.

So without further ado, the lucky winner is…

Congratulations Julia, you have received an email with instructions on how to claim your prize and thanks to everyone who entered the raffle. Also, a special thank you to Noise Pop and Another Planet for having us this year. We had a great time. See you next year.

Undone by scntfc

Posted by Jon M








C Andrew Rohrmann or scntfc is a Seattle based multi-disciplinary audio + visual artist. He has been working in music, design, and media production for the past fifteen years. Rohrmann has completed many successful commissions including feature film scores, large scale audio installations, and art direction for commercial clients. The above is his series Undone:

Undone is an experiment in ambient cinema, comprised of an ever expanding series of short films revolving around the depiction of artificially constructed macroscopic environments. The intent is to evoke a sense of space that is ambiguous in terms of scale: simultaneously microscopically small and astronomically large.

Take a look at this amazing Flickr set of Undone stills.