Paul Rooney is an artist and writer, and winner of the 2008 Northern Art Prize. This collection of short fiction includes 19 stories all written in his trademark style, which has echoes of Iain Sinclair, Samuel Beckett and Donald Barthelme all offset by Liverpudlian humour. These stories take us away from the crowd to abandoned people, places and mythologies. Through them we mine unregarded moments and complex histories, all uncovered with writing that mixes absurdity, comedy and artifice. I Can Travel Far From Here implores us to join a wayward evangelical mission. In Lost High Street a tourist realises he is trapped forever on a sightseeing bus as punishment for an act of espionage. And in Thin Air a student believes a university building is speaking to him about European wars and revolutions. Rooney’s writing is admired by poet George Szirtes and has been reviewed by The Guardian, Art Review, The Wire and MAP Magazine, among others.
Layang Layang is a hanger stand inspired by kite making techniques. Light and buoyant with a strong, minimal structure, Layang Layang appears to grace the earth and sail in the gentle breeze.
Layang Layang is part of the Treasures of the Little Red Dot collection, a collection of products inspired by Singapore’s culture and its immediate realities. Creativeans developed the Treasures of the Little Red Dot brand identity, art direction and product design.
Fred Perry Singapore will be giving away 5 pairs of invites to their 60th Anniversary party happening 2 December 2012.
Simply tell us your favourite Subculture and why and stand a chance to win an invite to Fred Perry 60th Anniversary party and a complimentary limited edition Heineken James Bond STR bottle.
Send in your answers to email@example.com with your full name and NRIC. Winners will be notified by email on Monday, 26 November.
Fred Perry 60th Anniversary Party
Date: Sunday, 2 Dec 2012
Time: 4pm – 11pm
Venue: Tanjong Pagar Railway Station
Register for invites at the Fred Perry Subculture Tab found at http://www.facebook.com/fredperrysg/app_110436652369571
Bon Graf is a studio initiated project conceived to produce layout pads helpful to a range of creative disciplines. The range consists of a pad for web designers to sketch thumbnails utilising the 960 grid system, a pad with dot grid, isometric grid and a pad for project managers. Each pad was beautifully printed with a soft grey line on a cream coloured acid free archival stock and pad bound with a bright yellow glue.