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43mm is conjectured to be the focal length that most resembles what the the human eyes can see. Two artists can create drastically different art from the same scene, subject or object. We believe this is because art must first come from the heart and mind, before such vision can be seen by the eyes and then created at the hands of the artist. As such, art is a very personal and individualised reflection of how each artist sees the world. The 43mm Magazine (launched in August 2013) embraces the idea that every artist simply tries to portray and reflect upon his/her unique vision of the word. Our aspiration is to salute the many variations of artistic visions.
While TZIPAC competitions serve as a forum for encouraging and discovering artists, the 43mm Magazine is a forum to recognize, showcase and promote artists and their artworks. Because it is distributed via the full-featured Issuu platform, you can view issues of the 43mm Magazine on your computers or mobile devices, online or offline. You can even easily embed it into your own web-site/s like we have.
* Why 43mm? The idea behind the magazine
* How to use TZIPAC easy-share E-Badges
* Showcasing award winning images from the 2012 (1st) Zebra Awards (as judged by esteemed jurors Binh Trinh, Larry Louie, Dominic Rouse and Monika Brand).
- Artist statement from the grand winners Scott GILBANK (Professional) and Uwe LANGMANN (Non-Professional)
* Featured Artist Q&A: Sarah Jarrett - Mobile artist
* Showcasing award winning images from the 2012 (2nd) Eros Awards (as judged by esteemed jurors Laura Pannack and Gary Breckheimer).
* Featured Artist Q&A: Meaghan OGILVIE - grand winner of 2012 Eros Awards
* Featuring artists portfolios for winners of the 2016 GoPix Awards including:
- Ioannis SIDIROPOULOS - grand award winner
- Hiep NGUYEN - 1st place People and Animals category winner
- Elena SANTUCCI - 1st place Abstract and Contemporary category winner
- Ony ISLAM - 1st place Landscape and Nature category winner
- Edwin LOYOLA - 2nd place Abstract and Contemporary
- Jakub PASIERKIEWICZ - 3rd place Abstract and Contemporary
- Jane SCHULTZ - 3rd place Fine Art and Open
- Stanislav PODUSENKO - 3rd place People and Animals