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Featuring Yianni Hill

We close the week with a sketchbook drawing. Yianni drew his buddy and flatmate Oriol. It’s very naaaiiz. Have a nice weekend everybody.
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If you want to see more of Yianni’s work visit his website: yiannihill.com

Featuring Yianni Hill

This is a work from the Norm workshop Yianni created together with Marian Grabmayer.
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The objective was to choose a three-dimensional space, remove its contents, make an inventory of the contents, order the contents and finally return the contents to the space in order.

Featuring Yianni Hill

This image was created by Yianni Hill and Nicole Kenney for the Fab magazine (Turning Points) over a year ago.
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Funny, I just received yesterday the brand new issue of a Swiss magazine (Das Magazin), with exactly the same idea. Hmmm…
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Featuring Yianni Hill

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A short animation done for the TV panels in the Benetton shops.

Featuring Yianni Hill

Our next featured Fabricanti is Mr Yianni Hill, born and raised, down under, in Australia. One of our most precise Graphic Designers and probably Fabrica’s best football player.
love and peace
We start with an editorial image. It was created for a Japanese magazine for the Love & Peace issue.

Featuring Merche Blasco

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Merche’s last and final piece is as well video, together with her music. It is based on a text from a popular spanish song. Click here to see the video.
“anton carabina
killed his wife
put her into a sack
and started to grind
the miller said
this is not flour
this is the wife
of anton carabina”

Thank you Merche. Have a nice weekend everybody.

Featuring Merche Blasco

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Merche did the music (together with Paco de Lucia) for the portrait of Miren. This clip was shown in Centre Pompidou, Paris. See it here.
Concept: Miren Marañón
Director of photography: Alex Healey
Music: Burbuja and Paco de Lucia

Featuring Merche Blasco

Her next piece uses video and text. You have to read the text (best you print it) at the same time as you watch this video. (I know that sounds strange, but it works. Somehow.)

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Featuring Merche Blasco

This week we feature our most interdisciplinary Fabrica talent. Merche Blasco, born in Tudela, Spain. She does video, music, performances, drinking and chewing. Let’s say everything. To start we show her music album, called Burbuja, wich will be out end of January.
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See a live performance from Madrid.
Listen to a preview of all the tracks.

Featuring Reed Young: Finale

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This man’s smile is the most infectious one I’ve seen. Thanks Reed. Happy weekend everyone.



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