We are delighted to be part of a feature on new printing techniques in the current issue of Digital Printing Today. Our image Circle 7 is featured both in the article and on the back of the magazine. The image is part of a series called The Book Of Circles.
The magazine is a supplement of Art Business Today, published by the Fine Art Trade Guild in association with Epson.
Many thanks go to Editor Mike Sims for this very pleasant surprise.
Jason Bradbury, journalist and host of Channel Five’s Gadget Show has decided to have our image STRIPES in his home.
Says Jason, “The best technology is either hidden or beautiful. SoundArt is both. Because I chose the artwork myself, there is a personal quality about my speaker system that I can’t say I’ve not found in any of the other pieces of technology I hold dear”.
We are delighted to see that STRIPES has found another home!
Our image Circle 7 has been featured in The Independent magazine last weekend. In a feature about Soundart, our image was used as demonstration.
Read the netire article HERE.
Our acclaimed image FIBRE SPACE is currently on show at the Daily Mail Ideal Home Show in London’s Earls Court.
The image is printed onto Soundart Canvas Speakers and covers a 65″ flat screen TV. At the touch of a button, our image splits and reveals the screen, while the speakers remain active. If you’re interested, head over to Earls Court and check out the Connected Home section at the exhibition until the 1st of April 2007.
Like all our images, Fibre Space is also available in Acrylic Diasec – please visit us at our next exhibition, or you can purchase this image from our online shop.
Our images will be on show at the prestigeous Trafalgar Hotel opposite Nelson’s Column as part of the official Soundart Product Launch. For six weeks, you will be able to enjoy your work and that of four other artists (among those Max Malandrino and Adam Briccus) in the heart of Central London.
The new Canvas Speaker System works with onmidirectional sound, eminating directly from the artwork which is printed on high quality cotton canvas. These art speakers are also available as moving panels to hide flat screen TVs and monitors.
Join us for the official launch on the 15th of March, or anytime until the 30th of April to catch a glance of Interior Design Future.
UPDATE: as of late 2008, SoundArt are no longer trading.
A 5-page article about Light Boxes was published in the new issue of Art Business Today magazine. We had the pleasure to be interviewed amongst others by editor Mike Sims, who first approached us at Autumn Fair 2005. The spread features 4 of our images and discusses a new trend in contemporary art.
Art Business Today is published five times a year by the Fine Art Trade Guild, providing the art and framing industry with valuable insights since it was established in 1905. Read the full article HERE.
Three of our images are on show at Europe’s biggest trade show for the Audiovisual and Electronics sector, the ISE Europe in Amsterdam.
Our work was chosen by UK based company Future Automation, showcasing their new product ranges Media Wall (below), Plasma Lift and Plasma Splitter. These systems hide flat panel TV screens behind neat panels – in this case with our images on. 12.500 visitors are expected.
If you’d like to find out more about the event, check the ISE Europe Website www.iseurope.org, or come and join us on stand K84 from the 30th of January!
We are excited to hear that a large scale installation with one of our images has been completed: STRIPES is now up as a 12 feet tall backlit galvanised canvas print.
The project was commissioned by Interior Designers Scott Brownrigg for The Crown Estate for their Grade A office building on the A3. The Guildford Business Park is under management of KingSturge and accommodates companies such as Phillips, Colgate-Palmolive and Ericsson. We are more than happy with the result, made possible by the flawless printing and construction efforts of John Anthony Signs.
A big THANK YOU to everyone involved who made this project possible!
Our third ever advert will be published in the forthcoming December issue of ONOFFICE Magazine.
I don’t know how big the power of advertising is, but I’m sure there’s something about those millions of pounds that companies spend on billboard and magazine advertising. We have decided to test the waters in the forthcoming December issue of ICON Magazine – THE international publication for architecture and interior design. Let’s see what happens.
By the way, this is our second advert ever. The first one was a full page ad in this year’s Autumn Fair Black Book at the start of the art and interior section.
Watch out for this advert!