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THE PHOTOCOPY CLUB: HONG KONG 2013
The photocopy club are going to Hong Kong for our first OPEN SUBMISSION Exhibition of 2013!
The exhibition will take place at our pop up gallery in the heart of Hong Kong’s HABOUR CITY CENTRE. We will be doing zine workshops as well as the exhibition for 2 weeks at the start of September!
SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN! The exhibtion will take place between the 3rd and the 15th of September 2013. Want to be apart of our first international exhibition? Then send your submissions to our Hong kong Base at:
UNIT B, 14/f BLOCK A,
UNIVERSAL INDUSTRIAL CENTRE
23-25 SHAN MEI STREET
DEADLINE 1st OF SEPTEMBER!
*The theme is ADVENTURE and the OCEAN
*As we are exhibiting in Hong Kong please dont send any photographs that contain nudity as they can not be displayed.
*All submissions must be printed in Black and White using a photocopier/xerox machine and can be any size between A4 - A0.
*1-5 submissions only.
*All submission must be signed and dated by the photographer on the back of the print.
*please spread the word and tell your friends and make this the best exhibition we have ever done.
*Don’t sleep on this. Get your submission in asap so we can get your work photographed and filmed and up on the website x
Thanks for all the support - The photocopy club
Ship camouflage through the ages, over at io9. Some amazing images.
This piece of info from the comments section was helpful:
"It should be noted that the intent of most of the garish paint jobs shown here was not to make the ships “invisible" while at sea. The idea was to make it difficult for an observer to determine the ship’s facing and direction of travel."
(Thanks to Mission Creep for the tip!)