Our partners over at Ello have a new opportunity for all creatives with Fabrik. Fabrik is the world's leading place where filmmakers, artists, photographers, stylists and designers can create their portfolio website. Three (3) artists will be selected by Fabrik and Ello to become the 2019 Fabrik Heroes - each receiving a $1,000 grant, a free Fabrik Personal plan for 2 years, an interview about their work with the Fabrik team, and a permanent place as a Fabrik Hero on the Fabrik site. An additional Fifty (50) artists who build the most amazing portfolio websites as selected by Fabrik and Ello will be awarded a free Fabrik Personal plan for 2 years!
To participate all you have to do is submit 3 pieces of work completed over the last year. All selected artists will be invited to create a portfolio website on Fabrik for free during November. Get to know five current Fabrik Heroes and submit your work to the Fabrik Heroes 2019 Artist Invite for the opportunity to join them.
Back to the Retro-Future
You may know Prateek Vatash for his critically acclaimed work during this year’s Frēsh Awards, including ’36 Days of Type’ and ‘Gliteratti Dynamite.’ The truth is that his body of work features an impressive blend of elements, taken from his interests in typography, geometry, occult, architecture, neon, and retro-nostalgia. Read his Fabrik Hero interview here.
Interface with the Future
Andrew Popplestone is Creative Director at Territory Studio in London.With a background in fine art and graphic design, Andrew is perhaps most known for his outstanding work in modern classic films such as Blade Runner 2049, Ready Player One, Alice Through The Looking Glass, The Help and many more. Read his Fabrik Hero interview here.
Ann Evelin Lawford
A Sensitive & Distinct Point of View
With a background in fine art and art history, and a first class BA (Hons) at the Cambridge School of Art, it was here that Dutch-born cinematographer and photographer Ann Evelin Lawford fell in love with the aesthetic tradition of film. Read her Fabrik Hero interview here.
No Woman is an Island
Jody Sargent began her career with a first class BA (Hons) in video game design, a move to London, and first job role of junior environment artist at Headstrong Games. At Headstrong she worked on titles including House of the Dead: Overkill, Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest and Dancing with the Stars: We dance. Read her Fabrik Hero interview here.
Fashion to Football
London based photographer Elliott Wilcox studied MA Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster. He's been the recipient of several awards including a Judges Award at the Nikon Discovery Awards and a New York Photo Award. He also won a prestigious Lucie Award for the Discovery of the Year at the International Photography Awards. Read his Fabrik Hero interview here.
You have until October 31 to participate for Fabrik Heroes 2019! Don't miss out.