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SHIFT, a Japan-based international online magazine that features creative culture, has announced the continuation of their short films and calendar competition for 2011-2012. (Last year’s results were quite impressive.) The details for submission have been included below.

DOTMOV Festival

The story goes that Wang Momo (王卯卯), an undergraduate at the Communication University of China, was doodling on her blog one day and came up with a peculiar yet distinct rabbit-like creature. Built with Snoopy proportions, it also had no …

To raise awareness for the upcoming Sapporo Biennale 2014, the Sapporo Pre-Biennale Executive Committee are working with Shift Magazine to host an art competition. Submit a proposal for a Sapporo-related art project to be displayed at pre-biennale exhibitions as well …

Much has been made of the vigor of the experimental music scene in Beijing, which many observers — myself included — once expected to bridge the gaps between popular music and mass culture on the one hand and fine art …

London, following in the footsteps of several North American cities (and some in the Netherlands), is being overrun by ceramic animals. Indian fiberglass elephants, to be precise. The white, richly decorated creatures have been “adopted” by a number of celebrities …

Carrie Chau at the Indigo Child exhibition at Times Square

Carrie Chau enjoyed a wave of popularity in the mid-2000s: My high school friend and mother were both telling about her as this new incredible illustrator in Hong Kong. And they were right, Chau’s illustrations are beautiful, artistic yet still …

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