Free Size is a proud supporter and sponsor of SUBP•A•ROHT, a free magazine created to promote and expand the contemporary arts scene in Southeast Asia. Join us in celebrating its release with events in Thailand & North America!
SUBP•A•ROHT : Magazine Launch Party
7:00 – 9:00PM : Thursday July 28th
Happy Monday : Ekamai Soi 10
Meet the artists and pick up your free copy of SUBP•A•ROHT More info at the Facebook Event Page
In North America:
Copies of SUBP•A•ROHT will be available for the first time in North America at the Poetry Foundation’s annual Printers’ Ball.
July 29th : Ludington Building : Chicago, IL USA More info at the Printers Ball web site!
We can not recommend this show highly enough. 16 Bangkok based artists really threw down on heart stopping 3 X 3 Meter murals on the top floor ramps of the BACC. It must be seen to be believed. The Opening party is March 26th. But don’t worry is you miss out the show runs through September so there is plenty of time to stop by and check it out!!! Pics to follow 4 sure! See you there.
10 days just wasn’t enough!!!Friends & Lovers opened at the Bangkok Design Festival 2010 and the response was overwhelming. So, in 2011 Free Size takes the Friends & Lovers Poster Show on Tour! With our first stop being PREDUCE in Siam Square!!
Featuring works from: Cody Hudson, P7, Victor Reyes, MAMAFAKA, Justin Fines of DEMO, OH+FUTON, Dylan Maddux, Jessy Nite, KULT, Norm, Ashkahn Shahparnia, Nokhook, The Little Friends of Printmaking
This is your chance to own a limited edition Silk Screen or Digital Print from internationally recognized artists for a very low cost. Prices start at just 1,000 Baht! Working to encourage contemporary art collecting and appreciation Free Size has collaborated with the artists to produced the highest quality prints at affordable prices.
Presented by Free Size & Preduce
Founded in 2003, Preduce became the first Thai skateboarding company. In July 2006, its first Flagship store opened in Siam Square and became the home of Bangkok skate and street cultures. Preduce has worked closely with many local and international designers, artists, filmers, photographers and musicians. The skate team also gained recognition worldwide with the videos “Smooth” (2006) and “Sambai” (2009) that once and for all put Thai skating on the map.
Thanks to everyone who made it out to Patravadi Theater this weekend for the Handmade Nation events. We had a great time with Faythe Levine and this event has really planted the seed that we need to organize more workshops and skill shares in Bangkok. Thanks for such an enthusiastic response!
Don’t forget to check out the Handmade Nation events this weekend at Fringe Festival. Everything is FREE and open to the public. Please note, you need to RSVP for the workshop on Sunday. We are providing embrodiery supplies and they are limited so the only way to ensure you get a kit is to RSVP to email@example.com