Kind Regards

November, 2010 Monthly archive

We recently got our hands on Issues 2 & 3 of Gueterzug from a friend visiting from Berlin. The pocket sized zines are packed full of freights from all over Europe as well as a special on various Freight writers. The layout and design is well thought out and the zines provide a very interesting insight.

Issues 1 & 2 are now sold out but for all those interested, Issue 3 is still available through their website.

For the exhibition Fuzi World Kind Regards asked Fuzi to come up with a tshirt design that would fit the exhibition.
It comes in an edition of 50.
While the exhibition is on view shirts can be purchased at the Blaq Jacket Gallery. You can also order via our website now.

Black silk on 100% cotton white shirt.Price per tshirt is EU25;- plus a shipping fee of EU5;- worldwide.


Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell present original drawings by Danzig Baldaev and photographs by Sergei Vasiliev from The Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopedia on show to the public for the first time.

16 photographs available to buy.

Until 28 November 2010
4 Wilkes Street, London E1 6QF
Thursday to Sunday, 11am-6pm


Simon Schrikker curated a show called Too Late For Apologies which will feature the work of four internationally active artists who follow a different artistic direction but all show their work as a result of prior assumptions and dynamics.

Kris van Dessel (Antwerp, Belgium)
Hovering between the figurative and abstraction, between organic forms and architectural organisation, Kris’ paintings create a chaos that is somehow kept in check by a visual logic. It is the logic of tectonic plates, of planes and forms moving gradually over each other, both overlapping and uncovering each other in a vast surrounding space.

Onno Poiesz (Rotterdam, the Netherlands)
For his sculptures Poiesz uses the experience and the effects of sampling of already existing forms. The result is the origin of a modern mythical world, sometimes for the place that it’s in, and sometimes referring to the zap-culture.

Scott Everingham
(Toronto, Canada)
Oil paint makes up the structure and life of architecture and the human form and its materiality is used as a tool to modify notions of familiar perception. Influenced by fiction, film, and spontaneity, Scott’s work extends to both the abstract and the representational, where the animate language of paint lends life to what may be experienced as very real and new places.

(Paris, France)
Moment 1 :10 minutes sketchin’
Moment 2 : From 5 to 60 minutes painting in the streets without getting caught
Moment 3 : 2 minutes taking pics
Moment 4 : 2 or 3 days painting the chosen pic
Moment 1 … It’s a question of time…

With this exhibition a catalog will be published, which will be released October/November, 2010 with an essay by Herman Hernandez

The exhibition will run from July 21st until September 20 th 2011
more info: Museum le Secet