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Volume 1, Issue 1 – Issue one was published on February 1, 2012. Because we care about the future of art and technology… My name is Donald Perry and I am an addict. Art is my drug and technology is one of my many creative tools.This is more than just a lifestyle… As artists, we design to live and live to create. The New World! 3dotmag.com was originally created to explore unique artistic creations that push the boundaries of the establishment in order to evoke debate in the new world and promote our real life that questions the mind while help- ing the viewer to identify with the artist within… We begin the first issue off with an interview with Canadian artist Christian McLeod, small features on Russian artist Aljona Shapovalova, Canadian artist Ian Gamache, “rants from an artist” and Crystal Mclaughlin’s painting of DimeBag Darrell. Then we head into a little disruption by Paul Reynolds and the music starts to play… Drivin’n’Cryin’ performs at the Brooklyn Arts Center, with an introduction to the beginning to The Ends… The New Age of Gaming, Tony Hawk Foundation and Skate Parks for the Masses, Action Sports, Studio VII, Hidden Treasures Along the Grand Strand, Spring Festivals, Online Links, Movies and …

Volume 1, Issue 2 – Scott Smallin caught up with Steve Aoki on his Deadmeat Tour, which was in support of his latest solo album entitled “Wonderland,” to answer a few questions… Colors, Faces and Spaces… Frederic Pissarro was born and raised in Paris, France, and trained at L’ecole Nationale Superieure Des Beaux-Arts of… Summer Music Festivals… Bert Monroy takes 3dotmag back to the day digital art really started… Monroy was 2 years old when he started drawing and was always in trouble… The Lines and Shapes of … Niki Hildebrand graduated from the Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London, and then… Jane’s Addiction has been earning nothing short of stellar reviews and selling out shows on their North American ‘Theatre of the one Escapists’ tour… Aaron Joel Santos grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. When he turned 18, Santos left home for Oakland and San Francisco… The Virtual Hunt… Easter has come and gone again this year, sunrise services, eating till you drop, hours with the in-laws and for the kids chocolate bunnies and… Photo- shop World Designed to help you boost your skills, Photoshop World offered three days of training with classes from renowned experts in the fields of what not …

Volume 1, Issue 3 – We ended up in Charlotte N.C. at the Rockingham Motor Speedway for the 2012 Carolina Rebellion with Ghosts of August, Weaving The Fate, Paper Tongues, New Medicine, Adelitas Way, RED, Halestorm, Volbeat, Chevelle, Redlight King, Slash, Myles Kennedy, Five Finger Death Punch, P.O.D., Staind, Evanescence, Korn and Shinedown… We also caught The Cult at the House of Blues too. The Carolina Rebellion is also the event which caused the straight jacket to come out in public…

Volume 1, Issue 4 – Lifestyle Magazine or Revolution was the theme? Welcome back to the… I know people do not really care about my opinion, but who really cares what you think? We DO! Get ready because the editor did not get a chance at this one. After publishing our third issue of the magazine, we are now ready to show you another side of our modern culture. PUNK? We are all punk in our own way… Definition: Punk has a unique and complex aesthetic. It is steeped in shock value and revered what was considered ugly. The whole look of punk is designed to disturb and disrupt the happy complacency of the wider society, which is not as wide in today’s culture. Outside of punk’s safety pinned anti-fashion statements, this impulse to outrage has never been more apparent than inside the articles and interviews by… Inside this issue, Rebecca Kamen explains the relationships between art and science… Next, Joe Cardamone from The Icarus Line talks about the true punk lifestyle and how his punk experience has prepared him for all the changes happening in today’s music industry. The musical generals Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy declared war on Myrtle Beach, SC with a forewarned attack on the Choice of Weapon Tour on June 15th at the world famous House of Blues. John Currie shows us why art is alive in Rapid City, South Dakota and Scott Smallin + JK Swimwear show off some classic JK style swimsuits…

Volume 1, Issue 5 – A New Perspective: Van’s Warped Tour 2012 through the lens of Scott Smallin. Then we traveled to Raleigh and Wilmington, N.C. to talk with some of the boys of Metal… Corrosion of Conformity and Prong do their thing at the Soapbox… Make sure not to miss our Interviews with Reed Mulln of COC, Tommy Victor of Prong, Gollum, Predeccessor and… Next were reviews of the B-52’s at the House of Blues, 311 and Slightly Stoopid on Unity Tour 2012, A Day at Hopscotch 2012, the Tyler Boone Interview, Pierce The Veil Review, Lamb of God Tour, Q&A with Darren Darnborough of True Blood, Chris Van Dahl Interview, Chef Silvena Rowe Q&A, Artiquette 101…

Volume 1, Issue 6 – Final issue released 12/21/12 with Surf Artist Drew Brophy, the Twilight Saga’s Sexy New Vampire: Judi Shekoni, Q&A with Artist Ian Ward, Interview with artist Bill Strydesky, Q&A with Actor Mem Ferda, Review of the film Musical Chairs and Cursive’s I Am Gemini…

Volume 2, Issue 1 – We traveled back into the Marion National forest, on the Echaw creek to visit Danielle Howle to talk about a project called Swamp Sessions. Then we head to the House of Blues to see Tenacious D prove themselves after their comments about Myrtle Beach on Chelsea Live… Chelsea Rutledge reviews the band Desaparecidos at the Cat’s Cradle, Heather Luttrell talks to us at the Barn Jams and Michael Wood reviews the Yeasayer show. A new column “The Business of Art” by Maria Brophy will also open the creative mind to see the business side of art. We also visited Wilmington to talk with artist Candy Pegram, Q&A with English Designer Emily Tonkin, New York Artist Erik Sommer, Washington, D.C. artist Gary T. Becks, James Dewee, The Tribute Show, Ugur Caliskan and news briefs…

Volume 2, Issue 2 – We traveled to Wilmington, N.C. to talk with Americana Singer-Songwriter, Ryan Bing- ham about the true meaning of the… before he goes on a summer tour with Bob Dylan, Wilco and My Morning Jacket. Next was the Jamey Johnson show at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach during Bike Week. Then we were off to Raleigh, N.C. to see DOWN at the Lincoln Theatre on May 24, 2013… Phil Anselmo, Pepper Keenan, Kirk Windstein, Pat Bruders and Jimmy Bower. Leading off the night was Mount Carmel, followed by HONKY firing up the crowd for DOWN. We also held interviews with Kristen Reason and Karen Bryson…

Volume 2, Issue 3 – We go from the hardcore scene of punk, metal and… back into the funky jazz sounds of no words needed by TAUK… YES, DOWN is a band named DOWN and they are… Then comes the Barb Wire Dolls, which is the next closest thing to the Sex Pistols says many… Maria Brophy talks about The Business of Art and Who is this Artist named R. Smith?

Volume 2, Issue 4 – Final issue, we go from the art of the human figure to zombies and demons… First we sat down with Alyssa Arce, Playboy Playmate for July 2013 to discuss the true creative lifestyle of a model in today’s world. We also talked to Rez Kempton and Martin Delany about the new British comedy Amar, Akbar and Tony. Warships Edson Choi talks about “Shadows” and RH3 talks about his new debut single after producing for legends such as Michael Jackson, Brittany Spears and R. Kelly. Next was Chuck Hodi and Nicholas Price showing off their visual art of the past, present and future… Then we were off to Atlanta, Georgia to catch one of the final days of the 2013 RockStar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival where Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon, Amon Amarth, Children of Bodom, Butcher Babies, City In The Sea, Battlecross…

Volume 3, Issue 1 – Welcome to year three, issue one… Inside this issue we headed to Raleigh, N.C. to talk with Record Producer John Custer, while stopping by the Hopscotch Festival and followed-up with Automatic Slim about the past, present and future… Interviews with SOJA, Dirty Heads, Mexican-Dutch Painter Pablo Esteban, Petra Bryant, Christoph Kusching, Love Crushed Velvet, Phillippe Andre, Printz Board, Blameshift; plus a book review “One for the Road How to Be a Music Tour Manager”, California Roots Arts & Music Festival and poetry too…

Volume 3, Issue 2 – We talked to Artist Chloe Grey who explains some of the big issues in the handling of art and why we must save our history for generations to come. Next we sat down with Corey Smith at the Myrtle Beach House of Blues and Singer Neil Fallon of Clutch in Raleigh, N.C., Jive Mother Mary at Ziggy’s by the Sea in Wilmington, N.C. and Bobaflex too. Then we interviewed The Delta Saints, A Fire Inside (AFI), Rugby Star Keith Mason, Actor James Barriscale, Photographer Nicole Brennan and Blackberry Smoke too…

Volume 3, Issue 3 – We traveled to Charlotte, NC to cover Monster Energy’s Carolina Rebellion featuring Kid Rock, Avenged Sevenfold, Rob Zombie, Seether, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, Volbeat, 311, Anthrax, Black Label Society, Black Stone Cherry, Truckfighters, Alterbridge, Killswitch Engage, Theory Of A Deadman, Hellyeah, Trivium, Kyng, Devour The Day, Gemini Syndrome, Fozzy, Redlight King, Twelve Foot Ninja… We also reviewed the Super Duper Alice Cooper Doc Opera, Cloud Nothings and Beyond Brilliant by Dipna Anand. Interviews with Hellyeah, Devour The Day, Kyng, Seether, Truckfighters, Nothing More,Shattered Sun, Anti-Mortem, Johnny Wore Black, Forrest Day, EDGUY, John Furia, Miss May I, SinnerSinners, Rachel Brown, news, events…

Volume 3, Issue 4 – Final issue, we traveled around the world to see what’s going on inside the true life of artists. We began by hopping on the tour bus with Frankie Palmeri of Emmure at the Lincoln Theater, then off to the House of Blues to see shows by Ted Nugent, Filter, Helmet and Local H. Then we jumped on the tour bus with Blackberry Smoke in North Carolina at Norris Creek Amphitheater. Next we interviewed Bryan Pinkey about his money artwork, interview with Anne Davis of the Australia Museum of Contemporary Art and the Danielle Stephens, Master Teacher for Modern and Contemporary Art at the Denver Art Museum interview. Then we asked Producer, Frank Kruger about his film Redemption: The Darkness Descending starring Danny Trejo. Reviews of Farm Aid 2014 and Tom Keifer too. Q&As with music photographer Rob Fenn, Actor Treva Etienne, Jasz Vegas, Gio, Serena Lorien and Tetsunori Tawaraya…

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