Ladies and Gentlemen,
The Slashthree collective is glad to announce that it has reached a partnership with Designers Against Child Slavery, a non-profit organization that allows creatives to speak out against sex trafficking and the sexual exploitation of young children. The partnership will see Slashthree hosting its first ever live, offline art exhibition in Florida in just a few months' time. Everyone within the collective is hard at work bringing this exhibition to life, and we are all very excited about the opportunity to meet and greet with fans and other artists while lending our time and talents to this outstanding cause.
A project of such magnitude as the collaboration with Designers Against Child Slavery requires more time and effort than the typical Slashthree exhibition. As such, the collective has decided to release our latest exhibition, "World Exhibition III", incrementally. Every two weeks, we will publicly release a handful of new pieces from the exhibition - accessible via the official exhibition hub - starting from today and running for the foreseeable future. The first increment features illustrations by Tarin Yaungtrakul, Erik Schumacher, Marco Casalvieri and Yvan Fuesi, and photography by Donald Cameron and Nichlas Boysen.
Thank you for your continued support, and please enjoy the first installment of World Exhibition III www.slashthree.com/exhibitions…!
-The Slashthree Collective
19: World Exhibition III
Installment #2: July 28th, 2012
With the announcement of the Slashthree collective's partnership with DACS in a collaborative live art exhibition aimed at raising awareness and money for victims of child slavery, the collective decided to run an online exhibition alongside it. "World Exhibition III" is a unique project for the collective, as it is the first incrementally-released exhibition in Slashthree's history; the first set of artworks will release on July 2, 2012, and more will release every two weeks until the project is deemed complete. The exhibition aims to allow our artists to work freely and creatively, in a similar fashion to World Exhibitions I and II before it, and we hope it will create fantastic visual and aural experience.