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    The Varoom website has moved here, where you’ll find all the information on the latest issue (28), published at the end of January.   theaoi.com/varoom-mag        

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    Great Sleeve Art and the Creative Fold of Sound and Image

    For our Hermenauts issue, we asked illustrators Ellen Weinstein, Ian Wright and Olimpia Zagnoli, designers Mario Hugo and Silvia Sfligiotti and journalist and editor Mark Richardson to reflect on the interpretive power of great sleeve art. John O’Reilly reflects on the creative fold of sound and image Great album art sits between communication and the [...]

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    Marian Bantjes Centre Spreads

    The work of Marian Bantjes sits at the centre of each issue of Varoom. Magical, sensuous, cryptographic, Bantjes’ work is the art of surfaces and secrets. Derek Brazell highlights her work below The Canadian Graphic Artist Marian Bantjes has been a regular contributor for Varoom Magazine for the past four years, creating an intriguing and visually complex [...]

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    Varoom 27: Japanese comics tradition

    The experimental comics of Seiichi Hayashi are being discovered by a new generation in the West. In Varoom 27, The Hermenauts, Zoe Taylor explains how his approach transformed a tradition of image-making, and discusses style, process and exploration in an interview with Hayashi himself. Read on for an extract from the interview.   ZT: I’ve [...]

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    Varoom 27: It’s Interpre-perpetual!

    Illustrator and writer Paul Davis creates a regular column for Varoom, full of wit amusement and sometimes bile. Below is his contribution to Varoom 27 – The Hermenauts. It’s a headline, it’s a lifestyle, it’s a way of life – Davis on modern life’s endless circus of perpetual interpretation, the Interpre-petual from the art of [...]

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    Interpretation event – who said what

    The Interpretation symposium was held 18-19 September 2014, Arts University Bournemouth, Bournemouth. We present a short report on the content of the event: Interpretation was the theme of September 2014’s VaroomLab symposium on illustration, held in partnership with Arts University Bournemouth (AUB). Illustrators, students and academics all attended the event, which explored ways in which illustrators interpret, re-interpret and misinterpret information through [...]

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    Interpretation: The Redheaded Man

    The Redheaded Man is an accelerating journey downhill, where the main character is removed from all his features, until there is nothing left of him – or the story. Written by Soviet absurdist Danil Kharms, Minna Alanko’s study breaks down the tale into three visual/creative entrypoint elements to the story. The piece is a rich, methodical [...]

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    Varoom 27 The Hermenauts

      Varoom 27 – The Hermenauts Issue Illustration, Culture, Society Autumn 2014 Cover illustration by Takeru Toyo Purchase here (issue 27 is now sold out) The Hermenauts issue Hermenauts seek to interpret, and this is the theme of Varoom 27: how illustration is able to interpret text narratives, gender in images, the commissions received from clients, software [...]

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    Interpretation symposium

      18-19 September 2014, AUB, Bournemouth – Book Now Interpretation is the theme of the latest VaroomLab symposium on illustration, this year held in partnership with Arts University Bournemouth. Illustrators, students and academics are all welcome. Interpretation seeks to explore ways in which illustrators, interpret, re-interpret and misinterpret information through illustration practice. This event will celebrate and investigate [...]

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    Interpretation: The Designer Toy Platform

      DARWIN: The Designer Toy Platform as a M­eans of Academic Inquiry The Interpretation theme for this year’s illustration symposium attracted a number of interesting papers which were selected to be published online. Here Justin Novak, Associate Pro­fessor, Ceramics, Illustration, Visual Art and Material Practice at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, Canada covers [...]

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Varoom 27 The Hermenauts

  Varoom 27 – The Hermenauts Issue Illustration, Culture, Society Autumn 2014 Cover illustration by Takeru Toyo Purchase here (issue 27 is now sold out) The Hermenauts issue Hermenauts seek to interpret, and this is the theme of Varoom 27: how illustration is able to interpret text narratives, gender in images, the commissions received from clients, software [...]

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Brian Grimwood – People want joy!

Brian Grimwood, esteemed illustrator, Association of Illustrators Patron and illustration agency owner had his monograph, The Man who changed the Look of British Illustration, published in 2012, and a retrospective of his work backed it up at WORK Gallery in London. Here, Brian is interviewed by Varoom editor, John O’Reilly, on his past, his work and what [...]

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V21 Noted: Reflections & Process

Reportage  It was called “an adrenaline rush like no other!” and “the ultimate theatrical challenge” for the actors, writers, singers, composers and directors in the “The 24 Hour Musicals” event staged at the Old Vic, London in December 2012. The project, directed by actor Kevin Spacey, hosted by Matt Lucas and with special appearances by [...]

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LabNotes: Suspended Sea Creatures

Kustaa Saksi describes his work on the amazing 700,000 sheet installation ‘Hello’ for the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2013. The Hello! Show was a talkshow held in the space where guests discussed the Fair’s annual topic from different perspectives and roles.   What was the brief? There was no brief, really. I had met [...]

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Varoom 21 Rules

VAROOM 21 – Rules Illustration, Culture, Society Spring 2013 Cover illustration created for Varoom by Geneviève Gauckler Purchase here There are Rules to be made and those to be broken. Illustrator Katherina Koall, on creating an image for children’s magazine The Loop, had one important rule – “remember that this was a piece of work for children – [...]

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VaroomLab Journal Issue One

    Download: VaroomLab_Journal_IssueOne Papers  for Boundaries: Making and breaking illustration’s frontiers Issue One contains papers submitted and peer reviewed from the above call for papers for the Plymouth University/VaroomLab Boundaries Illustration symposium held at Plymouth University on 14/15 September 2012. ISSN 2052-1820     Contents: Taste – Dr. John O’Reilly, editor of Varoom magazine, writer and philosopher Rear [...]

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Spatialising Illustration Symposium

SPATIALISING ILLUSTRATION a two day symposium Swansea Metropolitan University/VaroomLab 24-25th January 2013 at Swansea Metropolitan University How do we encounter space through illustration? Spatialising Illustration roams beyond illustration as a discipline and explores it as a medium inherent in many artistic activities; a medium that evokes ideas and narrative, and one that offers subtle messages about the spaces and [...]

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Labnotes: Illustrating “Home”

Jonathan Ward reveals the thinking behind his Home project to Varoom. Fifty images from different illustrators on separate cards, creating an artist book on this ‘universal theme’. Home as Muse? What made you choose ‘Home’ as the theme for this project? I am fascinated by childhood memories and their resonances in my own work, which [...]

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