I’ve always been a sucker for propaganda posters from China, especially those from the 1970s and 80s, and so it was easy to fall in love with the work of Quentin Shih, a self-taught photographer and film maker born in Tianjin, China but who now spends his time between Beijing and New York. His amazing photos have appeared in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Esquire.
Issue 12 of Nothing to Nobody is finally here, and sadly this will be our last issue of the magazine. It has been an amazing 3 years and we have brought you features on some very talented peeps, but it is finally time to say ‘So Long!’
This last issue features the amazing work of Rion, Will Coles, Nom Kinnear King, Ramona Ring, photographer Mark Tipple, Boywolf, Sugar Fueled, Andy Kittmer, and Tatjana Luft.
If you have a subscription, with issues of Nothing to Nobody still outstanding, we will still be honoring your sub by offering you back issues of Nothing to Nobody to fulfill whatever issues you have left, and Zinio will be in touch shortly. You will still be able to buy individual copies of Nothing to Nobody online for years to come.
Thank you so much for your support over the past 3 years – I couldn’t have done it without you!
Publisher/ Editor/ Designer/ Everything!
Grab yourself a copy of issue 12 of Nothing to Nobody here and all for only a cool $2!
Sometimes amazing things just happen, like this solo exhibiton by Does. We can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday night so we’ll see you there! Opening night 5 April 2013, 6-10pm at 48 Easey St, Collingwood, Melbourne. Show runs from 5-7 April 2013.
If that’s not enough to get you ready to release the awesome – check out these videos!
OK hold up – this is just the coolest! Being a child of the 80s, I remember when all my computer games were made up of little pixel characters, and the work of Lee Hasler happily reminds me of that pixel goodness!
Based in the UK Lee’s list of inspiration reads like all our favourite things! Adverts from the 1950s/60s, David Bowie, lo-fi and sci-fi… but why go one when you can see it for yourself?
Happy Monday! There’s nothing better to cheer up the Monday blues than with a sexy as damn pinup, and these ones from Japanese artist ONEQ are just the ticket! Manga meets 1920′s advertising meets American western meets kickarse beauty…
Based in Germany, Ramona Ring creates amazing fantasy worlds in muted tones, where fish swim through your bedroom and foxes kidnap your bed to make it their new home in a butterfly strewn enchanted forest. We love it!
Deb’s weapons of choice are spray cans and acrylics, and she’s backed by a whole mess of talent! Her pin-up style is instantly recognisable, and you can catch her work on walls around the world. Not to mention that this big hearted lass has been doing some stellar charity work of late.
Deb has also worked with some amazing clients such as Oxfam, Wheels and Doll baby, T-world, Any Forty, and T-Bar. This super talented chicka is flying away to San Francisco in 2013 and we just know she is gonna turn heads in the most amazing way!
Ok this is just too cute! These amazing doggy portraits are from photographer Daniel Sadlowski. Based in Duisburg, Germany he has perfected his craft while working s a web designer by day!
Everybody loves robots right? Well Dave and Greg of Creature Box sure do and not only that but they can sure as hell draw them too! That’s not all they have up their silky sleeves though and these guys are pretty amazing character creators for games and comics! Is there anything they can’t do?
Work by Dave
Work by Greg