As the title suggests, the site is featuring all our work around Light Paintings which used to live here exclusively in previous years: Fresh Images, Press Coverage, and a brief guide on How-To-Lightpainting.
If you’re missing the old Flash interface from previous years, this is where to find it. The main reason for moving the site over (and updating it on this occasion) was that my work has moved on from since Light Paintings, and it didn’t feel right to mix-promote it. Hence, versluis.com is now free for this blog, with the main purpose of bringin all my work and intrests together in one place. versluis.com is all about Versluis, and not just one single aspect of my past.
As a result of your feedback, we now have Postcards and Posters available of selected images.
We introduced 6 postcard designs at Grand Designs Live, and have followed up today with 10 poster designs – all of which are available from our completely redesigned shop, featuring easier navigation, as well as a wider choice of products and images than ever before.
We have just finished an extensive installation at Boydell Court, a prestigious penthouse development in St. John’s Wood.
Plaza Estates of Marble Arch had commissioned us to deliver two light boxes in their reception areas, as well as ten Acrylic Diasec images from our Book of Circles. The latter have been installed in the communal areas of the six prestigious new triplex penthouses, overlooking London’s West End.
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 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.