Friday, 30 March 2012

Exhibition opening next week.

My first solo exhibition opens next week in Gijon (Spain). You can find more info and take a look at all the photos here.

Galeria Mediadvanced
2-13 April 2012
Monday-Friday 09:00-14:00 15:00-19:30

Mi primera exposicion en solitario empieza la semana que viene en Gijon. Mas informacion y todas las fotos que forman parte de ella aqui.

Galeria Mediadvanced 2-13 Abril 2012
Lunes-Viernes 09:00-14:00 15:00-19:30

Sunday, 25 March 2012

Sunday Zine Review #18: Someone Else's Dog by Craig Atkinson


Jakub bought Someone Else's Dog by Craig Atkinson around three weeks ago, we were in Analogue Books and he said he had always been interested in pictures of dogs. He later told me that the zine is a collection of found images, which I found even more interesting.

Craig Atkinson has been collecting 35mm cameras from charity shops and developing the films contained in them. Whenever he feels he has enough material for publishing a zine, he does. That's what he's done with Someone Else's Dog, I think the idea is genius. He's also created zines around holidays, weddings and Christmas based on the same idea.

If you want to get a copy, you can do it at Craig's site.

If you want to get your zine reviewed just drope me a message to igortermenon@gmail.com or leave a comment below!

Friday, 23 March 2012

Last Day of Winter


Took these photos on Monday when my parents drove me to Gijón.
It was officially the last day of winter.

Thursday, 22 March 2012

Sunday, 18 March 2012

Sunday Zine Review #17: No Thoughts #07


If you are into photography zines I'm sure you've heard about Michael J Demeo before, he's been featured in quite a lot of them - including Girls on Film - and he edits No Thoughts along with Alyssa Noches.

Michael sent me a copy of the last issue of No Thoughts to be reviewed, thanks a lot! No Thoughts #07 is dedicated to portraits, inside its pages you can find the work of more than 20 photographers.

Didn't know about the work of Dan Zev before, but was really surprised by his Occupy Wall Street included in this issue. It was also nice to see portraits of Joan Jett and Michael Jackson by Brad Elterman or the Michael Pitt's portrait taken by Samantha Casolari.

It's really interesting to find a mix of famous and unknown faces portrayed by so many different photographers, and I think this diversity is what makes No Thoughts #07 pretty special.

This edition of No Thoughts is limited to 200 copies so go ahead and grab yours because they sell out pretty quick!

Also, don't forget to like No Thougts on Facebook and follow it on Twitter.

Saturday, 17 March 2012

The Stitch Lounge


Three weeks ago I attended The Stitch Lounge catwalk show. The idea of the Stitch Lounge is creating a quaterly open lab in Edinburgh, where people can go during the weekend and use free fabrics and sewing machines for making their own creations.

The attendees work on their pieces during Saturday and Sunday, and the workshop ends with a catwalk show taking place on Sunday evening.

The next event is on 14-15 April, coinciding with Edinburgh International Science Festival. Aparently there's gonna be some "engineering" applied to the creations, so it will be excited to see the result!

Remember to like The Stitch Loung on Facebook to be updated on any upcoming events and taking part in them!

Sunday, 11 March 2012

Sunday Zine Review #16: Girls on Film 08



New Girls on Film available to buy now at MagCloud (tip: if you remove the digital copy you don't have to sign in for buying it). Thanks to everone who contributed to this issue, I've received so many submissions that it's not possible to feature everyone, hope you understand it!

If you want to take a look at the previos Girls on Film issues you can do it on the blog.

Saturday, 3 March 2012

Sunday Zine Review #15: Financially Hard Times #10

Tom Casson sent me his zine Financially Hard Times after checking the last zine review. This 'lo-fi' monthly zine is about the current economic situation, as you might have guessed... but from a sarcastic and really funny point of view.

Issue #10 is a journey to the future, Tom illustrates some of the possible scenes of our daily life in 2022. Things like Facebook taking the place of the famous Hollywood sign, Tesco advertising on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris or an iPad used as a tombstone.

I definitely had a laugh reading it! It only costs £1 so go ahead and get your copy here .
You can keep updated of new issues and everything related to Financially Hard Times on Twitter.

If you want your zine reviewed on the Sunday Zine Review, just post a comment below or send me a message to igortermenon@gmail.com.

Friday, 2 March 2012

First solo exhibition


I have my first solo exhibition on April in Gijon, Spain.
Just received the poster earlier this morning, though I don't know if this will be the final version.

I'll keep you posted about all the details, I'm so excited!
Have a great weekend!