pli arte&design

– PT – pli arte & design é uma revista trimestral publicada pela ESAD – Escola Superior de Artes e Design de Matosinhos. Editada por José Bártolo e Sérgio Afonso (ESAD), com Direcção de Arte de João Martino (Martino & Jana), esta nova publicação pretende divulgar, reflectir, produzir e fazer circular conteúdos ligados à produção … Continue reading

The end of Print

Apocalyptic previsions about the death of print have been numerous in late years, but the truth (at least for those working in print related areas) is that print has changed, it has adapted in certain areas, but it is very much alive. Even the new ipad advent doesn’t seem to scare the paper aficionados. Of … Continue reading

New project!!!

Hello everyone! We have a NEW PROJECT coming up and we need your help! Next friday, 24th June, at about 10 p.m., come by Largo S. Carlos, Lisbon, and get creative! We’ll have a poster and drawing materials for people to color, draw, write (…) and the result will be cut into postcards to give … Continue reading

Print Workshops – Lisbon

Oficina do Cego (oficinadocego.blogspot.com) is organizing a series of workshops around different printing techniques, like screenprinting, movable type, among others. They will take place at atelier Concorde, Lisbon. Here’s the program (pt): ——————————– 18 JUN.: DEMONSTRAÇÃO DE SERIGRAFIA A PARTIR DE IMPRESSÃO DE TRABALHO DE PEDRO LOURENÇO Destinado a adultos com interesse pela área Esta … Continue reading

Feira Laica – 25/26 Jun.

It was recently announced the venue and date of the next Feira Laica, a portuguese Art Fair (or gathering!) that lives around Independent Publications. It will take place at Bedeteca de Lisboa (www.bedeteca.com) on the 25th and 26th of June, 14-20h. It is definitely a great opportunity to peruse what is being done in the … Continue reading

Plana

If you like illustration and comics, take a look at Plana (planapress.org) – a small press publisher from Porto that focuses on these 2 artistic areas and publishes numbered books in low-runs. Plana’s editors are Luís Camanho and Ana Isabel Carvalho, and since they usually work directly with the artists, the publications tend to be more … Continue reading