Inside Yetee Records, Video-Game Music’s Most Inventive Label — Bandcamp Daily

https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/v=2/album=883901714/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/artwork=small/ “When we decide to press a soundtrack or album, we do vinyl and digital, but we’re also thinking, ‘Oh, this could be a cassette exclusive, or a mini-disk, or a coffee.’” via Inside Yetee Records, Video-Game Music’s Most Inventive Label — Bandcamp Daily Continue reading Inside Yetee Records, Video-Game Music’s Most Inventive Label — Bandcamp Daily

Eight Indigenous Artists Keeping Tradition Alive in Australia — Bandcamp Daily

https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/v=2/track=2707398386/album=4002979325/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/artwork=small/ Continuing the tradition of Songlines, these artists use music to tell stories and share history. via Eight Indigenous Artists Keeping Tradition Alive in Australia — Bandcamp Daily Continue reading Eight Indigenous Artists Keeping Tradition Alive in Australia — Bandcamp Daily

Pi Recordings: A Home For Musicians Pushing Jazz Forward — Bandcamp Daily

https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/v=2/album=548569385/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/artwork=small/ From Pulitzer winners and other venerated musicians to younger up-and-comers, Pi is dedicated to great instrumentalists and composers. via Pi Recordings: A Home For Musicians Pushing Jazz Forward — Bandcamp Daily Continue reading Pi Recordings: A Home For Musicians Pushing Jazz Forward — Bandcamp Daily

Bruno Torfs’ garden of magickal and mystical beings in Australia’s Yarra Valley

Sculptor and Artist Bruno Torfs’ garden, part of the luscious sub-alpine forests of Australia’s Marysville, is home to a wonderful array of magickal and mystical beings that he himself carved from wood and made using earthenware. Bruno’s Art & Sculpture Garden, located in Melbourne’s Yarra Valley, has long been a haven for those with a connection to nature and its magickal inhabitants. Among the garden’s … Continue reading Bruno Torfs’ garden of magickal and mystical beings in Australia’s Yarra Valley

Courtney Mattison: Ocean advocate and artist using ceramics to depict the fragile beauty of coral reefs and threats it faces

Sculptor and ocean advocate Courtney Mattison creates ceramic installations that depict the fragile beauty of coral reefs and the human-caused threats they face to “move us to value the blue planet we live on in ways that scientific data often cannot”. In her Our Changing Seas series, Courtney Mattison provides an artistic impression of what is happening at sea with corals, particularly coral bleaching. The … Continue reading Courtney Mattison: Ocean advocate and artist using ceramics to depict the fragile beauty of coral reefs and threats it faces

Artfinder and Octopus Energy launch climate change art prize

Artfinder have teamed up with Octopus Energy to launch Portraits from the Precipice – a project that calls on people to create a piece of artwork which engages with or comments upon the current climate emergency. The artworks will be used to raise awareness of climate change in the run up to the UN’s COP26 summit in Glasgow next year. Selected artwork submitted to Portraits … Continue reading Artfinder and Octopus Energy launch climate change art prize

Pangrok Sulap: Artist collective translating issues affecting Malaysian Borneo communities on to woodcuts

Pangrok Sulap are an artist collective who use woodcut printing to make banners and posters that raise awareness about social and environmental issues in Borneo’s regional communities. The group, which first came together in 2010, consist of indigenous Dusun and Murut artists, musicians and social activists who are dedicated to empowering rural communities through art in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. They have consistently fought against censorship, … Continue reading Pangrok Sulap: Artist collective translating issues affecting Malaysian Borneo communities on to woodcuts

Made by Rain: Dutch artist maps the weather by capturing raindrops in ink onto wearable textiles

Dutch artist Aliki van der Kruijs has found a way to map the weather by capturing raindrops in ink on to textiles, which can then be worn. In order to do this, the artist developed her own technique called pluviagraphy – drawing with rain. Using a film coating that is sensitive to water, it becomes possible to create a visual recording of rainfall on a filmed … Continue reading Made by Rain: Dutch artist maps the weather by capturing raindrops in ink onto wearable textiles