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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.



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

 

 



GIG TICKETS by ten4magazine

Pram and Modified Toy Orchestra plus support from Shady Bard 

Capsule have curated an exciting avant garde evening at Birmingham Town Hall, taking place on 15th October.  This special one off gig will feature pioneers of the experimental music scene: Modified Toy Orchestra – watch the circuit bend boys create perfect songs from their imperfect instruments.  Also performing are the haunting and mesmerising Pram with support from miniature indie orchestra Shady Bard. TEN4 have teamed up with Capsule to bring you the chance to win one of five pairs of tickets (worth £20 each) to the gig.   

To enter email win@ten4magazine.com with Modified Toy Orchestra in the subject line, by 3pm on 15th October.  Don’t forget to include your contact details. 

 www.capsule.org.uk