Shake Your Tree will be releasing their long expected new publication with family and friends from Berlin and all over the world: Musicians, artists and authors from the SYT Network will perform for a great evening of music, art and dance to celebrate the start of their new fanzine series: The Shake Your Tree Edition.
Handcrafted and screenprinted - each of the 10 limited editions focuses on one upcoming German writer and one visual artist who present new work, exclusively created for the Shake Your Tree Edition. The issues will be published quaterly - but for the launch we release our first three issues at once! Buy them for a special price at our SYT popup store at .HBC.
Enjoy your evening with a one-off exclusive installation of the SYT artists and party all night long with our friends from UpitUp Soundsystem.
Live Acts: Tracky Birthday & Roglok
DJs: Manuel Bürger, Konrad Kuhn & Jonas Natterer
Exhibition and presentation of:
Frank Höhne & Juliane Liebert
Tanja Kernweiss & Ulrike Almut Sandig
Manuel Bürger & Jörg Albrecht
The launch event will take place at
Berlin, Germany, 10987
U + S-Bahn Alexanderplatz
My drawing and illustration class students will exhibit their latest work at the upcoming Degree Show in Würzburg. Besides drawings and illustrations the show, as always, will be packed with loads of graphics, installations, visual and interactive design, films and more. See you there on:
Friday, 23.7.2010, 14:00 – 19:00
Saturday, 24.7.2010, 10:00 – 17:00
University of Applied Sciences
Do you remember when we anounced a new series of Shake Your Tree mgazines? Since then lots of things have happened – meeting, drawing, cooking, meeting, eating, calculating, writing – all together with many motivated and inspiring people. And now, finally, we are screen printing. Whilst you are watching the World Cup we are standing in the SDW in Neukölln, day and night, always together with our screen printer Louise Drubigny. The new handmade zines look amazing. Put the release party date 31st July in your diary and listen out for rumors.
University Of Applied Sciences Würzburg – Lectures in Drawing and Illustration
The summer term in Würzburg has almost come to an end. It’s presentation time and I am happy to see the results of this term’s drawing sessions. Over the last few months we had enough sunny days to leave the lecture room and do some location drawing. We went into the woods, to stone quarry, harbour, a busy market square and more. Besides we visited the International Comic Salon in Erlangen for some impressive original artworks and exhibitions as well as loads of comic books. Thanks for a really nice term, guys.
There is a new desk in town. I am happy to tell you that I just moved into a really nice new studio. Close to Görlitzer Park and between the two canals, it is located in an area that will make it hard to concentrate on work in summer…
I share the loft with five nice guys who put a lot of love in the old industrial space to make it nice, tidy and cosy. Check their websites for some great work: Lisa Rienermann, Lisa Schweizer, Susanne Stahl, Till Wiedeck and Julia Rompel. And of course you should check out our host: Anselm Reyle.
We even have a kitchen and a conference and dining area. …and as soon as possible a table tennis table. So - just pop in for a cup of fresh coffee.
Florian Bayer Illustration
Glogauerstr 5 – 10999 Berlin
The Landjäger released its latest issue. This time it is a t-shirt magazine which comes in a very nice packaging: a screenprinted box with the t-shirt (nicely wrapped by Bea) and posters each showing one of the motives of the tee edition, all featured with selected articles. There are five different motives you can choose from, one created by me.
Buy them online!
Sebastian and I will give a talk about Shake Your Tree tomorrow at the .HBC in Berlin.
For the production start of our new edition of fanzines we will talk about Shake Your Tree’s future project as well as what happened til now. We are invited to the The Permanent Bookshop Salon Event at the .HBC. This is the final event of a series of salon events initiated by The Permanent Bookshop, focusing on independent publishing production and distribution. Also Sven Eggers (1:1) and Kai von Rabenau (mono.kultur) will present their publications which are quite worth seeing. And of course it is completely free.
The Permanent Bookshop Salon Event
Shake Your Tree / 1:1 / mono.kultur
Wednesday 31 March 2010
19:00 - 21:00
.HBC, Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 9, 10178 Berlin
The Permanent Bookshop is a retailer and promoter of experimental artist-made books, journals and other printed items. Normally based in Brighton at the Permanent Gallery it is located at .HBC for the duration of ‘Tipping Points’, an exhibition by the art collective Whippit. They have a really nice collection of hand-made zines. The final day for both the bookshop and the exhibition is Thursday 1 April 2010.
The Permanent Bookshop at .HBC, Berlin
.HBC, Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 9, 10987 Berlin
OPENING TIMES (until Thursday 1 April 2010):
Thursday - Sunday, 12.00 - 18.00