Wednesday, 24 February 2010

FORUM : THURS 25 FEB : 6.30pm

Come down to Turner House for our February FORUM tomorrow night from 6.30pm.
Fun times fine wines laughter lines.

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

art on my mind

hello everyone, thought I'd add some names of artists that I like the work of. Take a look see what you think:

Toms Sachs, Chris Gilmour, Severine Hubard, Laurence Payot, Patrick Lowry, James Capper, Paul Maguire, Brendan Lyons


Thursday, 11 February 2010

Chris Fundalski - Photographer

Hey Guys,

I'm currently doing a work placement at Ffotogallery as part of a module I'm doing at the University of the West of England, Bristol. Where I am studying a BA (hons) in Photography.

Please feel free to check out my work @

Any feedback would be much appreciated.


Chris Fundalski

Saturday, 6 February 2010

Top Pics Topics.

Highlights from Tom Hobson's Art Radar.

Do I have to paint you a picture?

International Polaroid exhibition for Cardiff’s city centre...
19 Feb - 03 April 2010
Morgan Arcade, Cardiff

Enjoying Adam Ekberg at the moment, alot of work on this site that I like. Especially the work with the torches ( as seen below) and the ones of the balloons.

Some of the crew from the MINDFIST photography collective came to Forum a while back. MindFist is the bestworst name I have heard for a crew and their site has many a gem to be viewed. This image is by Joni Karanka from his "Last Orders" series of street photography taken in Cardiff.


John Stezaker is one of my photographic favourites, although he cannot really be described as a photographer. He has a show in London at the moment at The Approach,
47 Approach Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 9LY .

Plus I found this on YouTube and would like to try and embed some video in this blog so here goes! The Karman Cube was cool too.

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Cashing in ....?

Here's a bizarre twist on disaster tourism.

It's now possible to go on what is described as an "Intimate Group Workshop" in Haiti, to learn how to take better photographs in "disaster zones or other difficult and dangerous situations".

Nice to see there's even emphasis on marketing the results so you can earn back what the course costs: $4000 each!

More details, if you're rushing to sign up here.

Hmm, think I'll give it a miss.