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BOLO Paper Workshop:  Lost in Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-15 September, CALL FOR!

BOLO Paper Workshop: Lost in Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-15 September, CALL FOR!

Lost in Thessaloniki , 13-14th September 2014.   A 2-day workshop on self-publishing, fanzines and silk-screen printing leaded by Marco Nicotra from BOLO Paper, in collaboration with Original Replica and hosted by Spanaki.   In this weekend workshop participants will be given the necessary tools to create their own personal version of...
INTERVIEW
Interview with Renzo Razzetto

Interview with Renzo Razzetto

Here we have another small interview with one of BOLO contributors. His name his Renzo Razzetto, an italian name but he is from Sunrise, Florida.

Interview with {ths}

Interview with {ths}

If you do not know much about {ths} , this is the right moment to discover something more on one of the most influencing digital collagist of the last decade.

Interview with Tadas Karpavicius

Interview with Tadas Karpavicius

The 4th interview of this blog was made with Tadas Karpavicius. Tadas Karpavicius is a graphic / visual artist from Lithuania who specializes in illustration, typography, books, publications, moving image and photography.

Interview with Alexander Egger

Interview with Alexander Egger

Let’s start the 3rd interview, the one with Alexander Egger. I recently met him in Berlin (photo), and we had 3 beers each in less than an hour…not bad! At the end of the evening I had the chance to receive a copy of one of his publications: We Have No Scar To Show For Happiness...

Interview with Anthony Zinonos

Interview with Anthony Zinonos

Here we go with the second inteview, this one is with Anthony Zinonos: born in South Africa, bred in Cyprus artist / illustrator. Anthony Zinonos now lives in Norwich, UK.

Interview with Hannah Stouffer

Interview with Hannah Stouffer

We open the “Interview” section with the San Francisco based illustrator Hannah Stouffer, one of the 45 artists published in BOLO 1. In her work, feminine decorative embellishments are counterbalanced by macabre motifs, the animal kingdom, and the never-ending pursuit of illustrating explosive emotional transcendence.