Monday, 9 August 2010

We Are Disposable Yeah!

WADY VIRAL from We Are Disposable on Vimeo.


Disposable Perspectives & YEAH Magazine have come together to bring you a huge and exciting collaboration, “WE ARE DISPOSABLE YEAH”.

Combining both the concepts of Disposable Perspectives and the production talents of YEAH, “WE ARE DISPOSBALE YEAH” is going to be a photography book that hopes to evoke, inspire and engage. And the best part? You can get involved! Yes you can see your very own photo printed in what will be a very sexy publication!

We want photos that have been captured using a film based camera, be it a Polaroid, a Diana Lomo, a Fisheye or a Disposable. There is no theme, but the more wild and imaginative the concept the better.

The best photos will be selected for publication. These will be chosen by a panel made up of the guys behind both YEAH & Disposable Perspectives.

You can submit up to 5 images.

Entry only £1.95

And because we want this publication to be about you guys, and to celebrate your creativity, we are giving away a selection of prizes, including a lomo diana mini and 5 one year subscriptions to YEAH magazine.

Get your entries in photographers!!!!

YEAH

Thursday, 5 August 2010

YM007 Cover released!


The Beautiful cover for YM007 by Jak Spedding is now released! What do you think? =)

Check out Jak's work on www.jakspedding.co.uk

You can also follow Jak on Twitter @jakspedding

YEAH

Thursday, 29 July 2010

Summer School Designing for The YEAH-SNAPSHUT Competition

A Summer School run by one of YEAH's contributors Jessica Lewis has been using the brief for YEAH-SNAPSHUT tshirt design competition!!

Jessica Lewis illustrations featured in YM006 Festivals and will again be in YM007 The Scene!

We are sooo impressed with the designs we have seen produced and hope they all enter into the competition!

The YEAH-Snapshut t-shirt design Competition is running now!
For more info check www.yeahsnapshut.co.uk
GET YOUR WORK ONTO A TSHIRT =)

YEAH

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

YEAH Now available at Switch Clothing


YEAH is now available in Switch Clothing in Newport on the Isle of Wight!
See the amazing blog post Switch wrote about YEAH and get check out the online store!


YEAH

Wednesday, 30 June 2010

The Stevie YEAH Update Blog!


There’s never a dull moment on planet YEAH. I feel like I’ve been a bit out of it recently, having just moved house, I’ve been left with no internet. They tell me it’ll be another 7 to 10 days until I’m connected to the world again.

As much as I love having Internet on my iPhone, it’s just not the same. This blog is jumping through hoops left right and centre just to get to you guys. I’m sat in my internet-less flat writing it, and tonight I’ll whack it on a memory stick (old school), hand it over to Errey, who will post it on the Internet when he gets back to civilisation.
But anyway, enough of me and my moaning. Tonight marks our first meeting in the all new YEAH HQ, aka my kitchen table, and it is one hell of an agenda.
As always, there have been so many exciting things bubbling away in the background, and now it’s time for them to all come into the light!

So, if I can rack my brains and remember everything, here it is…
The Scene

Why not start with the obvious, eh? Our seventh issue is coming on fantastically; so much incredible content has been submitted so far. So much so in fact, I got a call from Errey a few days ago telling me we need more space. We’re working on it, but don’t let this put you off… Keep on submitting!!

A Snappable Competition

Yup, you heard right… We’re holding a competition. We’ve teamed up with a T Shirt company, Snapshut, to find a unique T Shirt design to fit with our 8th issue, REBELLION.
You can find out more details on the dedicated competition website – www.yeahsnapshut.co.uk, and you’ve got until September 30th to get your entry in. If you don’t enter, you won’t see your design on a limited edition T Shirt, nor will you win the Cash Prize or back catalogue and subscription of YEAH. So what are you waiting for?
Hop over to the website to read the rules and guidelines.

Disposable Yummyness

We went to local grassroots project, Disposable Perspective’s exhibition opening last week.
The project really celebrates everything that is fantastic about film photography, especially the often forgotten gem of disposable cameras!
We are starting to work on a very exciting project with Disposable Perspectives… But you know what? I’m not going to tell you about that just yet. Well, we wouldn’t want to overload your excitement glands!

YEAH in a gallery

Well, a pop up shop. After Disposables exhibition last week, we fell in love with the gallery space, stole a few contacts, and the rest is history…
August 16th sees the opening of YEAH’s first ever exhibition. Neatly fitting in with the launch of YM007 – THE SCENE, this exhibition will be a celebration of everything YEAH.
We’re still planning the details, and we’ll get back to you on that one soon. But for now, put the date in your diary, and we’ll see you there.

YEAH


Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Hannah Scott

Hannah Scott has been in the office to show us her intial sketches for a collection she is creating for YEAH's 8th issue YM008 Rebellion!!!

It's going to be exciting! Watch this space

YEAH

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Paul Gonella Quiet Corners Podcast

Check out the Amazing Quiet Corners May Podcast by the Amazing Paul Gonella!


We are listening to it now in the YEAH office and are LOVING IT!

YEAH

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Kylie Bartons Article for YM006 Festivals

In this day and age ‘Festival-ing’ needs to be Green...

The Green Man festival held in the Brecon Beacons National Park Wales is the un-sung gem of the festival world. The event that started as a small 300 person event in 2003, has now amplified to a gathering of over 10,000 whilst retaining its aura of individuality, celebrating sustainability (that buzz word of the noughties) and enhancing the environmental consciousness of its visitors.
The reason for attending the Green Man isn’t for the just line up like many main-stream festivals, but for the atmosphere. It’s a whole experience; the green man has it all (the lucky fella). It could be described as a hippy festival, but it is enjoyable for everyone who is open minded and likes to chill out and explore the unknown. Under Sugarloaf Mountain in the heart of the park, are reams of stalls boasting local goodies, and different areas for literature, comedy, theatrical antics, bonfires, and the odd environmental debate, fuelled by the local cider of course.
What is most striking about the Green Man is the diversity of attendants that it attracts. In my experience in 2008 I came across everyone from Rastas, to Brazilian dancers, average family and festival-types to Clairvoyants. It is a cultural experience second to none, all in a truly unique and spiritual setting that brings out the hippy in everyone. Co-founder Jo Bartlett was once quoted as saying ‘I view each festival as a work of art’.
The music scene at the event is largely categorised as folk, which suits the setting where children chase bubbles amongst the fairy lights – and given the welsh weather usually under bulging rain clouds. The rain doesn’t dampen the spirit of the campers, all more than willing to take part in the odd mud wrestle. One year it was rumoured that Denis van Outen was seen getting down and dirty, although I was far pre-occupied with a ‘Pie-minister’ deluxe to investigate further. The festival has hosted big names like ‘The Super Furry Animals’ (2008), and this year fans are promised performances from the Doves, The Flaming Lips and Billy Brag.
The festival is also said to be a favourite of The Times’ columnist of the year; Caitlin Moran. Whose quirky almost eco-feminist slant, could be hailed (by me) as an emblem of the annual event. It is fantastic that something with such a good heart and great intentions has taken a running jump into being a fully-fledged-festy whilst retaining its non-corporate standing, independence and character. It is refreshing to see that entertainment and the environment can be combined into such a fantastic event, with the ability to attract hoards of individuals (and individual they are) and spread the eco-message. So peace out people, pull up a tree and chat to the Green Man.

Kylie Barton
Born again eco-feminist? Maybe for one week end a year.

YEAH

Disposable Perspectives Exhibition!!




Last night was the opening of The Disposable Perspectives First Exhibition in the Pop up Shops in Portsmouth.

The Exhibition is shared between the brilliant disposable camera shots from the DP project with work from a exceptionally talented Photographer and Illustrator; George Crick.
Rich McEachran the founder of Disposable Perspectives obviously has worked so so hard getting the show together, we were truly impressed.

YEAH is also on sale at the exhibition! Go grab a copy! =)

The show is on till the 1st of July. Go pay them a visit!
More info can be about the show can be found on the DP website.



YEAH


Monday, 21 June 2010

Portsmouth Uni students at LONDON’S NEW DESIGNERS EXHIBITION

UNIVERSITY OF PORTSMOUTH STUDENTS DEBUT AT LONDON’S NEW DESIGNERS EXHIBITION

"2010 sees BA (Hons) Fashion & Textile Design with Enterprise at the University of Portsmouth exhibiting at New Designers for the first time. Selected students will be showing their work amongst the best young designers in the UK at this prestigious annual event. New Designers showcases the best in graduate design and attracts professional and public visitors who will discover the creative energy of the next generation. It takes place in London at the Business Design Centre – Part 1 from 1-4 July and Part 2 8-11 July - with different design disciplines presented each week.

Studying fashion and textiles at Portsmouth is a unique experience. This contemporary course has been designed to equip our graduates with the skills and knowledge to understand the breadth of the industry and have the confidence and ambition to navigate a successful career path. Our students understand the symbiosis between the two disciplines of fashion and textiles through practice, theory and an industry context. A range of expertise is represented by the staff team in fashion and textiles design and enterprise, all of which are research active in a variety of fields.

In the second year, students develop their understanding of the professional context of design through individual projects and by the setting up of a commercial fashion and textile design company. This involves them in developing a fashion and textiles related product within the structure of a small design company. The research and development of this product is explored through the completion of a business plan. The product then goes through the production and manufacture stage, including market testing and quality control. Finally, the companies promote market and retail the products through a variety of retail outlets including London markets such as Portobello.

During the third year, our students have the opportunity to work professionally on a design brief led by Industry. This has involved some very exciting collaborations with a variety of vibrant, growing companies and designers. As a result in 2009, two of our student’s work was selected to become part of London based fashion label Pyrus, collection and will be sold internationally. Our students have completed an array of exciting placements this year, including Basso and Brooke, Luella, Christopher Kane and Whiston and Wright. They will also develop their own personal creativity and individuality through a self-initiated brief, which will form their final collections.

Our graduates have succeeded in finding employment in design, buying and visual merchandising with a variety of companies such as Burberry, Monsoon, Marks and Spencers, Fat Face, as well starting their own labels or business, freelancing and progressing into further study."

Fashion Design by Mayada Khammu

Want your event supported by YEAH Get In Contact!

YEAH

Disposable Perspectives Exhibition Opens tonight!



EMPTY SHOPS EXHIBITION: 19/6 - 1/7

RSVP VIA FACEBOOK

'THE FIRST D.P. EXHIBITION IS HERE. WE'VE MANAGED TO SECURE SOME EMPTY SHOPS WHICH HAVE RECENTLY BEEN REGENERATED FOR POP-UP OPPORTUNITIES. COLLABORATING WITH US WILL BE GEORGE CRICK, A LOCAL FREELANCE DESIGNER, RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SITE'S BANNER. IT'S GREAT TO HAVE HIM ON BOARD, AND TOGETHER WE HOPE TO GIVE YOU MORE THAN JUST AN EXHIBITION. WE WANT TO GIVE YOU SOMETHING FRESH, SOMETHING FUN!'
Rich from DP

PREVIEW NIGHT: MONDAY 21ST 6-9PM
(FREE BOOZE & NIBBLES)

PUBLIC VIEWING: TUESDAY 22ND - WEDNESDAY 30TH

YEAH

Sunday, 20 June 2010

Displacement – Art Exhibition at The Oxfam Art Gallery Salisbury 5th – 27th August 2010

Displacement – Art Exhibition at The Oxfam Art Gallery Salisbury 5th – 27th August 2010
isplacement is a dynamic, collaborative art exhibition which will be held in the Oxfam Art Gallery in Catherine Street Salisbury. The show, by four emerging artists, runs from 5th – 27th August and aims to challenge established notions of contemporary art. Featured works include photography that exists in ‘a permanent state of development’, paintings that are torn between 2D wall hangings and 3D sculptures and objects that are in conflict between function versus aesthetic.

Four artists are involved in this group exhibition; Martin Billingham, Richard Eveleigh, Zoe Snelson and Sarah Sanger. Each artist has a different specialism ranging from painting to installation. This contributes to the overall theme of the exhibition as does the Oxfam Gallery venue itself. The gallery is something of an unexpected contradiction i.e.: a space filled with character that generates funds for the charity whilst allowing considerable artistic freedom.

‘The Oxfam art team are delighted to welcome Richard back for his third exhibition with us. We are looking forward to seeing the inspiring work that his colleagues will contribute to this show.’ Chris Watts, Gallery Administrator.


YEAH

Friday, 18 June 2010

Alton College Foundation Show

The Alton College Art Foundation Show!

See the Info above, Its well worth a look!
Do you have a event you want YEAH to support? Get in contact!

YEAH

Friday, 11 June 2010

YEAH SNAPSHUT T-shirt Design Competition


YEAH Magazine and Snapshut have teamed up to find a unique and creative design based on the theme of 'Rebellion'. The winning design will be printed on a strictly limited edition series of Snapshut T-shirts, and will be featured in issue YM008 of YEAH Magazine (to be released in November 2010).

All profits from the sale of the Snapshut + YEAH T-Shirts will go towards funding YEAH Magazine, so that they can continue to showcase up-and-coming creative talent and helping young people get their work seen.

WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:

KEEP IT SIMPLE

This website contains some examples of existing Snapshut designs, and you'll see that Snapshut is all about keeping things simple. - When you look around, it's often the simplest images that are the most effective; it's the simple images that really jump out at you; it's the simple images that really pop.

We're grounded in the firm belief that you don't have to shout to make a statement, and our designs reflect this - One magazine said they love the simplicity of our Tees, adding that "with all the overdesigned T-shirts out there now, this is a nice breather...This will be their year!"

We're hoping that the winning design will be bold but simple at the same time. That said, we're always open to new ideas, so feel free to hit us up with any kind of design you like!!

REBELLION

The winning design will also be featured in YM008, which centres around the theme of 'Rebellion'. - So, we're looking for an eye-catching design that fits neatly with this theme. How you choose to interpret the theme is completely up to you!

HOW TO ENTER:

Simple. Just email your design to:

-- competition@snapshutdesigns.co.uk --

Please ensure that the resolution of the image is 300 dpi. For full details of the competition, please check out the 'Competition Rules' tab to the right of the screen.

CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS:
The Closing Date for all submissions will be 30 September 2010.

www.yeahsnapshut.co.uk

GET INVOLVED!
YEAH

Cass Gowing


See Cass Gowing's Work in YM006 Festivals!

An English Language and Journalism graduate in a long term and loving relationship with fashion. Has a penchant for wanting items that she could never possibly afford but believes vivaciously in the power of her dreams. Her appearance is summed up by the Flight of the Conchords number ‘Leggy Blonde’ whilst her style is a mixture of high street chic, one off vintage items (primarily from charity shops) and the occasional designer treat. She loves her boyfriend Nick, her cat Alabama and her retro shopper bicycle Keith more than life itself. She lives in sunny, sunny Southsea but is moving to France with said boyfriend, cat and bike at the beginning of '11.

Follow her on www.cassgowingfashion.tumblr.com

www.twitter.com/cassiusisover

YEAH

Thursday, 10 June 2010

Kerri-Anne Pink


Kerri-Anne Pink's beautiful work features in YEAH's 6th Issue YM006 Festivals.
Kerri-Anne is a lovely talented photographer from Northamptonshire!

We love her work,you can check it out here!

You can buy prints from

YEAH

Friday, 4 June 2010

Disposable Perspectives !!!


Disposable Perspectives is an exciting non-profit project based in Portsmouth run by the amazing Rich McEachran.

'Disposable Perspectives is a grassroots art project, run by people who like to get their teeth dirty and hands messy. Using disposable cameras the project aspires to be a culmination and celebration of art, culture, and life in general, through the vision of young people.'

YEAH is going to be working with DP a lot over the up and coming months! One of the projects is

UBER TOP SECRET!

One of the closer and completely un-secret projects is going up very soon...

Disposable Perspectives @ Market Way Empty Shops.

'DISPOSABLE PERSPECTIVES IS HOLDING ITS FIRST EXHIBITION IN A FEW WEEKS. THE EXHIBITION WILL SHOWCASE THE CAMERAS DEVELOPED SO FAR. THIS IS A CHANCE TO SEE HOW CREATIVE YOUNG PEOPLE CAN BE WHEN A CAMERA IS PLACED IN THEIR HANDS. SO COME ALONG, ENJOY THIS VISUAL SPECTACULAR, AND EVEN PICK UP A CAMERA YOURSELF AND BECOME PART OF THE PROJECT.'

PUBLIC VIEWING: 22/6 - 31/6 @ Market Way Portsmouth

There will also be 500 copies of YEAH YM005 + YM006 on Sale!!!
It will be spectacular!

Head on over to


For more info!!!

YEAH

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Wide Eyes

You might've read about the YEAH One Off...

Well, details of how that might be commercially available will be released later.

But until then, if you happen to be in Portsmouth, you can pop along to the University's BA (Hons) Photography Final Year Degree Show.

You can see the one off being exhibited, alongside the work of over 40 photographers.

There'll be exhibitions from other disciplines going on across the building at the same time... and the best bit? It's totally free.

The private view is this Friday (June 4th) at 5pm.

The exhibition will then run daily until the following Friday (June 11th).

WIDE EYES
University of Portsmouth
Eldon Building
Winston Churchill Avenue
Porstmouth. PO1 4DJ






Wednesday, 26 May 2010

We have a new shop!!

Steve's back... After coursework craziness, flat hunting, and a well deserved break, I am back on form!!

I've had my wrist slapped by Errey for my lack of communications, I'm one of those people who's hopeless at answering the phone, or replying to texts. So I'm sat looking at a big note on my wall telling me to "Send Errey love texts every day". He also nagged about my lack of blogging, so here I am!

I've also been back on the work - shocking, I know.

As of today, we have a brand spanking new shop... But finger's crossed it's only temporary, until we get our website sexed up.

So... why not rock on over to http://yeahmag.bigcartel.com

You can treat yourself to YM006, our latest issue, the best by far!!

Want to see where we've come from - you can order the 2009 back catalogue, for just £6. You'll get the first four issues of YEAH. I promise you, it's worth a laugh, and you can see just how much we've improved in little over a year.

Or, plan ahead... For just £12 you can get a 2010 subscription. You'll get YM005 and YM006 straight away, and the next two will be on their way to you as soon as they're released.

So really, what are you waiting for?




http://yeahmag.bigcartel.com

YEAH Side Project - In The Post


Don't you just LOVE to receive post?

Well Max and Errey REALLY love to receive post...

In the times of online networking we think its important to keep it ALIVE!

Being uber cool we have a cool/sexy/weird Pen pal thing going.
We will document what we send each other in a real time line so that both of us are posting about what we receive from Mr Postman.

Follow the journey of this YEAH side project!
It should be really cool!


@inthepostage

YEAH

Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Ben Flannaghan introduces The Zoo Shoe Project!!!

You may remember the other week Ben Flannaghan was in the YEAH studios with the talented Hannah Goodrham working on an exciting project....

Well here it is!!! The Zoo Shoe... WATCH THE VIDEO...




'THE IDEA is a shoe with an interchangeable upper or 'skin' which is separate to the sole and tongue. The Zoo Skin would be ‘open source’, whereby anyone can contribute their design, resulting in a collaborative experience that aims to showcase new and emerging talent. The skins attach onto the sole of the shoe using a zip that would run around the back of the sole. The skins would be sold separately from the soles so that the wearer can change the appearance of their shoes cheaply and easily.

The Skins are not just a platform for artist and designers, they could also promote bands, events, clubs, companies, magazines, festivals...'

How cool eh?

YEAH will be working a lot in the future with Ben and The Zoo Shoe project!

Go check out the website to look at more info and the portfolio shot by Hannah!

www.thezooshoe.co.uk

Watch this space!

YEAH


Monday, 24 May 2010

Jw's work in YM006

JW today outside our favourite Countryside post office!!

For YM006 JW used his awesome Arty/design skills to illustrate two articles.
We must say he has completely surpassed himself! The pages look incredible.

You can also follow JW on Twitter @SameOldRomance
JW also has tshirts for sale check out http://exitleft.bigcartel.com/

Thanks to JW for all his help! =)

YEAH

Irving Penn Portraits

Irving Penn Portraits

On at the National Portrait Gallery, London until the 6th of June!
Go see what is set to be an awesome collection of portraits.

I'm going to see it next tuesday, so will fill you all in what I think then =)

Errey
YEAH

Sunday, 23 May 2010

See Hannah Goodrham's Work in YM006 Festivals

You can see Hannah Goodrham 's work in YEAH's 6th Issue YM006 Festivals! This issue Hannah painted us a fabulous image to accompany Alex Errey 's fascinating look into Cannes Film Festival.

See more of Hannah's work here - www.flickr.com/photos/hannah-leanne/ and you can buy YM006 from http://www.yeah-magazine.com/buynow.htm =)

YEAH

Saturday, 22 May 2010

YEAH YM006 is now in Bored


YEAH YM006 is now in Bored in Southsea Portsmouth! If you are in the area... Go grab a copy.


-- Post From My iPhone by Errey,
YEAH Magazine

Location:Southsea

Thursday, 20 May 2010

YEAH here for inspiration!

Johan Nilsson first featured in YEAH back in YM002 bringing a new pro-look for the early times of the mag. Things have progressed for YM006, Johan shot the cover!!! Great!

We were so so happy to receive this picture above of Johans images from YM002 used in an A/S Level Photography book!! We love this.

This is what YEAH is all about!! To INSPIRE!!!!

We want more of this! =)

Thank you!

YEAH

Wednesday, 19 May 2010

YM006 is HERE and YM006 is OUT!!!


Hey!!!

Finally YM006 is here!!!

We are so so happy with it. It has printed so well and looks so brilliant.

YM006 is now available from http://www.yeah-magazine.com/buynow.htm

Remember the first 100 sold will be put into the draw for the 2 Truck Festival tickets!
Worth £120!!!

We look forward to your order! =)

Thank you

YEAH

Go see the Spectrum Exhibition


The Spectrum Exhibition is NOW ON!!!!

Its a EXPLOSION of Colour.

Go CHECK IT OUT!!!

Dates: May 17th – 22nd

Location: Farnham Library,
Vernon House,
28 West Street,
Farnham,
Surrey,
GU9 7DR

Errey is going to see it today!!!!

YEAH

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Stevie's Website

Check out the website of YEAH's Creative Director Stevie!!!

Lots of cool ramblings!

www.ljsphotography.co.uk

YEAH



-- Post From My iPhone by Errey,
YEAH Magazine

Recycled Exhibition

Go check out The cool Recycled Exhibition

more info in the link below!

http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/s/2071059_photography_students_auction_work_for_hospice

-- Post From My iPhone by Errey,
YEAH Magazine

Saturday, 15 May 2010

YM006 - Pre Order & Truck Competition!

YM006 is available for pre order... RIGHT NOW!!

It's really easy, just click on this shiny link right here -> www.yeah-magazine.com/buynow.htm

Pick an option, are you in the UK, Europe, or somewhere a bit more exotic? Or are you going to be adventurous, and splash out on a 2010 subscription?

Hit the big yellow button which says 'Buy Now', whack in your PayPal or Card details.

Then sit back, enjoy the sunshine, and wait for the post man to bring you a present.

And you know what makes it even better?

If you're one of the first 100 people to order a copy of YM006, you will be in with a chance of winning tickets to this years TRUCK FESTIVAL.

You can find out more about the festival on their website - www.thisistruck.com/

One lucky winner will be drawn at random from the first 100 people to order online.

So what are you waiting for?

One of YEAH's favourite band's, STORNOWAY, are playing at the festival. They were on Radio 1's Live Lounge earlier today, and they are as awesome as ever.

To be honest, we'll be pretty jealous of whoever wins these tickets!!

Go

Order YM006 NOW!!

You get a sexy magazine, with some awesome features and artwork in it, AND the chance to win big festival tickets... How about that for some YEAH Lovin'.

www.yeah-magazine.com/buynow.htm

Friday, 14 May 2010

Another Cool Project - Disposable Perspectives

Disposable Perspectives is a disposable camera project based in Southsea, Portsmouth.
This what they do -

They hand out Disposable Cameras
They exhibit some of the photos they get back
They sell the prints and some of the photos too.

They work on the ethic that 25% of any sales will go towards a community cause.
The other 75% goes into the project and keeps it sustainable!!!

HOW COOL IS THAT

Check their website - www.disposableperspectives.org

YEAH

Important News about YEAH YM006

YEAH YM006 FESTIVALS
IMPORTANT NEWS

Hey!!!

As you may of heard YM006 Festivals has gone to print! You probably have, because we have been hollering it from the roof tops for weeks!

YM006 has been set to come out tomorrow Saturday the 15th of May.

BUT for VERY VERY good reason it will now be set back a few days till Tuesday/Wednesday next week.
If you saw YM005, you would know that it was YEAHs first trip into being perfect bound! We decided to go for the more expensive bind to bring up the quality feel of the publication and to make YEAH stand out in the crowd. The problem was that the print company we went to for YM005 sadly did not bind the magazine properly and a lot of the artwork was lost.

So for YM006 we have gone to a new printers!

Trust me I'm getting to the point... Our new printers are so so HOT that they have refused to print YM006 until it's PERFECT... We have been working with the printers all week to make YM006 the best we can get it.

So it's put us back a couple of days.

No Problem!! It will be worth it! We promise!

From tomorrow you will be able to 'PRE-ORDER' YM006 off www.yeah-magazine.com
We will then send them out as soon as we get them back from the printers!

The 2010 subscription will be available too!!!

Watch this space

YEAH

More Info about State of the Art

STATE OF THE ART
TOURING CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITION
1st VENUE 10th – 21st MAY THE ELDON GALLERY

State of the Art; is a collective exhibition brought to you by the talented and enthusiastic students from the second year Fine Art degree course of the University of Portsmouth. From the 10th – 21st May, this dynamic exhibition will be exhibited at the Eldon Gallery (Winston Churchill Avenue, Portsmouth) before starting its tour of the city where it will be exhibited in various locations including The Kraken Wakes and Drift in the City over the summer months. This contemporary exhibition captures the changing nature of both the art world and the current global economic situation – the fine art BA course at Portsmouth is being placed on hiatus with no intake of first year students for the coming academic year. The private view of these determined students art will be held on Thursday 13th May, 4-7pm. There will be refreshments, live performances and even a live band.

The work on show represents the up-and-coming talent within Portsmouth, with individual artists grouping together to create an exhibition which guarantees to deliver a spectrum of visually inspiring works. Painting, sculpture, film, animation, performance and relational art will all feature, as well as art reflecting both the contemporary art scene and more traditional methods. The show asserts and merits our presence within the University of Portsmouth. In order for us to finance the show, the State of the Art team has been busy hosting a number of promotional and fund-raising events around Portsmouth. Through hosting events from cake sakes to music nights we have smashed our target of £700. The last of these events will be held on Saturday 8th May at The Eldon Arms 7-11pm. These events provided an entertaining and inspiring experience, demonstrating that, despite the recent decline of Government funding and support, young creative talent continues to thrive.
The last of these events will be held on Saturday 8th May at The Eldon Arms 7-11pm.

“This is a very talented and committed group of students. I am sure their show will be well worth seeing for everyone interested in the current ' state of the art'.” -John Molyneux, senior lecturer at Portsmouth School of art, design and media, writer and curator.

The Website - www.stateoftheartportsmouth.org.uk


The Invite to the private view we sadly couldn't attend yesterday!
BUT don't worry! The exhibition is on in the 1st venue till the 21st!

Go Look See..

YEAH