Call for Submissions - MAJOR
As a side project of Art & Science Journal, we’ve started MAJOR, a digital studio to help artists with their online presence and portfolios. We’re currently doing a call out for Artist on Tumblr to submit their work and blogs for a feature. Send an email with the subject title - Artist on Tumblr to firstname.lastname@example.org with 3-5 of your favourite images, a link to your tumblr, and the answers to the below questions:
1. Artists statement - what are the themes running through your work?
2. What are your favourite materials?
3. Why did you decide to start posting your work on Tumblr?
4. What has the feedback been like?
5. What has been the most memorable moment of your career?
6. What are you working on now?
*Bonus points if you also include a photo of yourself in front of your work
- Lee Jones
Linda Hamilton trained with former Israeli commando Uzi Gal and with personal trainer Anthony Cortes for three hours a day, six days a week for 13 weeks before filming Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Under both, she trained intensely with weights and learned judo and heavy military training techniques. She had to maintain a demanding non-fat diet even during filming and lost 12 pounds. Because of this punishing regimen, she declined to reprise her role for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. She also learned to pick locks for the scene in the mental hospital where she does precisely that with a paperclip (x).
One of more than 60 different species of fishes found in warm sea, this fish has a broad head, slight body, and is covered in large gnarled lumps. Batfish are not good swimmers; they use their pectoral fins to “walk” on the ocean floor. When the batfish reaches adulthood, its dorsal fin becomes a single spine-like projection that lures prey. Batfish eat shrimps, mollusks, small fish, crabs, and worms. The red-lipped batfish (Ogcocephalus darwini) is an unusual looking fish found on the Galapagos Islands. Red-lipped batfish are closely related to rosy-lipped batfish (Ogcocephalus porrectus), which are found near Cocos Island off the coast of Costa Rica. Both fish species look and behave very similarly to one another. Batfish are not good swimmers; they use their pectoral fins to “walk” on the ocean floor. When the batfish reaches adulthood, its dorsal fin becomes a single spine-like projection that lures prey.