ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE

Each year we ask professional artists to be inspired by our festival and prepare a collaborative artwork to help us promote the InShortFF. This year we are honoured to present artwork by an international crew: PANG + FLOAT and David Shillinglaw + Erkut Terliksiz. InShortFF’s Art Department is also made of resident designer Victoria McGinness, audio-visual specialists from RE:Act! and musician Gizmo Varillas!

PANG ashtreyP A N G

W E B S I T E // INSTAGRAM @pang_london // TWITTWR #houseofpang // BUY ART Pang lives and works in London, painting both in the studio and around the city. Most of her work outside can be found in Shoreditch and Hackney.

  FLOAT

W E B S I T E // INSTAGRAM @float_art // TWITTER @Float_art  // BUY ART Float is an artist living and working in London. Having lived in 7 countries and being a keen traveller, her art is often inspired by her travels and the local culture she encounters. Switching from graphic design to illustration and street art, her multidisciplinary work can be described as vibrant, colourful and full of intricate graphic patterns.

  DAVID SHILLINGLAW

W E B S I T E // INSTAGRAM @davidshillinglaw // TWITTER @dodeshillinglaw // BUY ART „David is a mind adventurer, where the left half of the brain explores the right one. Unanswered, impulsive, instinctive and restless – David doesn’t paint or draw, he creates time. Evident in all his work is that David Shillinglaw is not afraid to humanise his art. He incorporates the perceptual concern of his journey as a man with his own sense of humour. The result is a powerful and fresh interpretation of everyday reality. His art has the appeal of Pop but a friendly, subtle, self effacing Pop that presents the ordinary and delights the viewer when he shows that you have your best conversation with yourself”.
-Jaybo Monk

  ERKUT TERLIKSIZ

W E B S I T E // INSTAGRAM @erkutterliksiz // TWITTER @erkutterliksiz // BUY ART Erkut Terliksiz is an artist based in İstanbul. Terliksiz, who has been having solo shows in Gallery x-ist since 2007, participated in international art fairs such as Art Fair Cologne’06, Contemporary Istanbul since 2006, CIGE’08, St-Art’09 Strasbourg, Vienna Art Fair’11, Art Dubai’12, Scope Basel’11&’12.
Terliksiz’s works were displayed in various group shows in Leipzig, in London at Saatchi Gallery and Nancy Victor Gallery. His works have been featured in a range of magazines and books such as “Pictoplasma Berlin”, “Fresh/3” by Magma Brand Design, Germany.

Victoria McGVictoria McGinness

W E B S I T E // B L O G  InShortFF resident designer for the second year round. Australian multi-disciplinary artist living in London with penchant for the psychedelic, broad colour spectrums and hand rendered typography.

RE:Act!

W E B S I T E InShortFF resident audi-visual support. RE:Act! is a platform offering its skills & knowledge to support artistic expressions & social change as a core elements for a healthy society.

G V GIZMO VARILLAS

W E B S I T E //  INSTAGRAM @GizmoVarillas // TWITTER #GizmoVarillas Gizmo Varillas was born in Santander, grew up in Bilbao and arrived to London by way of Cardiff. He is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of emerging indie band Crash Island and is branching out with his own solo project. Combining his gentle vocal, haunting BVs with Latin and reggae guitar rhythms he brings a refreshing groove and take on the current singer songwriter scene that he calls Dark Tropical. Gizmo music was used as a soundtrack to all InShort Film Festival videos.

 RAQUEL TORRES

W E B S I T E // INSTAGRAM @hi_raquel_torres // TWITTER @HiRaquelTorres // BUY ART Raquel Torres is a graphic designer and visual artist working in London and Valencia (Spain). She has created the identity designs for our LOVE+ screening event.
Her fascination for bold and colourful geometry brings her to seek bright, vibrant, fresh graphics and patterns. Her main influences are the architecture, street art and pop culture of big cities.Because of her love for typography, geometry and patterns, she is now devoting a big chunk of her time to designing prints and street wear.

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