TEN4 magazine


TEN4 TO BECOME 4TALENT MAGAZINE by ten4magazine
January 9, 2008, 11:38 am
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As we settle into 2008 we can announce that TEN4 is expanding to become 4Talent Magazine.  The page count will double to 200 pages and we are going bi-annual, the next issue due out in May.  Check back for updates as we plan for the biggest and best issue yet.



4TALENT AWARD WINNERS by ten4magazine
November 23, 2007, 2:35 pm
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Check out the UK’s hottest creatives – profiles online now.



4Talent Award Winners by ten4magazine

The search for the UK’s most exciting young creative talent is over. After an overwhelming 700 applications from all corners of the UK, the 4Talent team, alongside an esteemed panel of judges have made their final decisions – here’s a sneak preview of the 4Talent Award winners: 

Anastasia Taylor-Lind 26, LondonDocumentary Photographer www.anastasiataylorlind.com 

Chris Keenan, 28, Birmingham – Photographer www.primeobjective.co.uk

Gareth Gwynn, 23, Wales – Radio Presenter 

Hannah Marshall, 25, Colchester – Fashion Designer www.hannahmarshall.com  

James Delow & Ben Fromet, 25, London – Comedy Screenwriters 

Karl Singporewala – 24, Crawley – Architect  

Katy Davis – 24, Bath.  Animator www.gobblynne.com  

Luke Wright 25, Colchester – Performance Poet www.lukewright.co.uk  

Mark Bowness, 28, Liverpool.  New Media.  www.tribewanted.com  

Miles Johnson, 22, Edinburgh.  Journalist.  www.miles-johnson.com  

Nathan Hughes-Berry, 21, Birmingham – Comedian  

Petra Stefankova, 27, London – Illustrator www.yetanotherface.com  

PolarBear 28, Birmingham – Performance Poet www.myspace.com/polarbearspoken  

The Pete Box 25, Nottingham – Beatboxer www.myspace.com/thepetebox 

Price James, 29, London – Music Video Producer www.myspace.com/pricejames

Straitjacket Comedy, 25, Sunderland – Sketch Show Producers www.straitjacketcomedy.com

Vanessa Caswill, 25, London.  Filmmaker www.vanessacaswill.com 

Verbal Vigilante (Jode Steele and David Wainwright), 26 & 25, Preston – www.verbalvigilantemusic.com  

Vicki Psarias, 26, London.  Filmmaker.  www.vpsarias.co.uk  

WiZe, 21, Huddersfield – MC / Producer http://www.myspace.com/wize7  

The judging panel included Lauren Heinz, editor of Ei8ht Magazine, Garrick Webster, editor of Computer Arts, James Pallister from Architects’ Journal, Catherine Nieto from Grazia, as well as our partners at 4Laughs, 4Radio and 4Music. Short biogs of the winners will be available soon, with full profiles in Issue 8 of TEN4, hitting the shelves late November.



Concrete to Canvas 2 by ten4magazine

 

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Concrete to Canvas: More Skateboarders’ Art is released today. 

Concrete to Canvas: Skateboarders’ Art was the first book to bring together a wide variety of artwork produced solely by artists who are skateboarders. Concrete 2 Canvas: More Skateboarders’ Art brings you even more artwork by skateboarders, featuring work by all new artists. The purpose of the books are to provide a window into what is essentially a subculture within a subculture, and to show the huge talent and diversity in genres and style, that makes it impossible to pigeon hole the artists or artwork. The books include examples of fine art, illustration, graphic design, street art, paintings, doodles and installation.The artwork itself does not necessarily directly relate to skateboarding in any way, as the object of the book is to showcase the work of artists who happen to be skateboarders, whatever form that artwork may take. 

Published by Jo Waterhouse, a winner of the 2006 Creative Class, the book is available in all good bookstores or direct from Laurence King.  

Congratulations Jo! 

www.concretetocanvas.co.uk 

www.laurenceking.co.uk

 

 



Issue 7 Out Now by ten4magazine
September 3, 2007, 9:39 am
Filed under: Editorial, Friends of TEN4, Magazine, News

Bucking the trend again, this issue of TEN4 sports a textured painted cover by acclaimed portrait artist Stephen Earl Rogers. Packed with insights from the people behind award-magnets like Last King of Scotland and Planet Earth, plus inspirational soundbites from style icons EbOY, onedotzero, GQ and Creative Review. We also take our first step into short fiction alongside some of the UK’s most exciting small publishing houses, and shoot trailblazing talent behind the scenes at Graduate Fashion Week. 

Get a taster of the content here

Pick up a copy in Borders and Virgin Megastores or buy online here



by ten4magazine
June 27, 2007, 9:57 am
Filed under: Editorial, Friends of TEN4, Magazine, News

 

Dirty Star, winners of Creative Class 2006/07 have just released their first single ‘Music Machine’ / ‘Fresh Outta Skool’ on 7″, the first single from their forthcoming LP ‘Return of the Ruler.’ 

The single can be bought from Honest Jons, Sister Ray, Sounds of the Universe, Uptown, If Music, Vinyl Junkies, Jibbering, Piccadilly, Fat City, & Deal Real and is also available to download via iTunes. 

Get a taste of their sound at www.myspace.com/dirstystar2 or http://www.dirtystar.co.uk



B-Boy’s for life by ten4magazine
June 18, 2007, 3:32 pm
Filed under: Editorial, Events, Friends of TEN4, News, Opportunities

 

Our friends over at Punch have organised ‘B-Boys for Life’ celebrating British B-Boy and B-Girl and culture.  It’s at the Birmingham Rep Theatre on Saturday 23rd June – there will be discussions, masterclasses and performances – check it out and come back inspired, maybe even having learned a few new moves.

 www.punch-records.co.uk