EXHIBITIONS

2014 Exhibit Adam Earle



DOWNLOAD THE  POSTER
Available from the 10th of October 2014

NO BOX BEACH TROLLS EXPOSED

DOWNLOAD the high resolution print version of "NO BOX BEACH TROLLS" available for free from the 10th of October 2014, because the posters are free, I expect the posters to always to be free.

Why did I do it?
I saw the movie Box Trolls and totally loved it. After the movie I went on down to Coogee Beach in Sydney Australia (I live near there); it was a truly beautiful day. As I was sitting, thinking how amazing LAIKA is in the field of animation, I noticed how many tourists we have here in Australia.

After a while the sun started to go down and the cool of early spring started to set in; many people started packing up and readying themselves for leaving the beach.


As people left I noticed many people leaving their trash behind. The trash/ rubbish started to pile up on the beach and it was not going in bins. I couldn't believe it. People come to such a beautiful beach and then expect it to be that way tomorrow to swim and play in trash free waters.

How good it would be if we had some box trolls here in Australia that could take care of the people's trash left behind on the beaches and in the parks and turn it into amazing inventions and gadgets. 

Unfortunately we don’t have box trolls in Australia and I am pretty sure many other countries are the same.

So please! Please! Please! My dearest world, remember to throw your trash away into the bins provided for you.

Why the poem/ song?
Why the rhyme? Well it's short and sweet and hopefully children can learn it to the point that it drives people crazy. My desire is to help give children the incentive to take the trash out or throw their trash away and not be so unhappy about it. You never know you might just spot a little Trash Troll waiting to make you an invention or gadget.





What I hope to happen?
I would love it if people sang the song in schools, printed it out and put it on their walls. Use the poster in anyway you possible can for the message to be received about keeping our countries clean and making them better places to live; not just settling for what we have.

Ideally I want the message to be stuck in peoples heads. When it comes time to throw the trash away I'm betting on that people will do the right thing. People should feel guilty if they don’t throw their trash in the bin/s; they should feel very guilty. 

DOWNLOAD the high resolution print version of "NO BOX BEACH TROLLS" available for free from the 10th of October 2014, because the posters are free, I expect the posters to always to be free.

Take Action
If you see someone throw or leave their trash behind, tell them (but please don’t get into a fight about it) in a simple gentle way, “Excuse me I think you have left something behind”. If they don’t pick it up, then pick it up for them. 

My father always says, "Try to leave a place in better condition than when you first arrived". 

Let's all begin to take a little more care. Here is the rhyme again.


NO BOX BEACH TROLLS

Box Trolls!
Beach Trolls!
Bin Trolls!

Throw your trash away.
Keep this country clean .
And keep the flies away.


Poem by Adam  Earle



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Some Rough Sketches

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Activities
More activities can be found on the “The Box Trolls” website for some Box Troll fun. Here’s the link http://www.theboxtrolls.com.au/downloads.php

Visit the blog http://noboxbeachtrolls.blogspot.com.au/p/poem-no-box-beach-trolls.html



Credit
The movie “The box trolls” was created from LAIKA. Their involvement with the poem and the art work is purely provided by the inspiration of passionate hard working people. I applaud you LAIKA.

Font 
The font for the poster can be found: http://www.fontspace.com/fz/boxtrolls-font

Adam Earle pondering

Education

Queensland University of Technology: Fine arts degree – Drawing, Painting, Sculpting, Photography

Griffith University: Fine Arts Masters - Animation
Personal: Personal essays and collected thoughts over the years.

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2013 Exhibit Adam Earle

Adam Earle Animation Artist
Adam Earle modern day chameleon blending into the environment. Black and White power.


Bio

This series of work is all about animation and winning clients and contracts. So often as an artist, clients that I deal with always want to know what they are going to receive with having no understanding of what they're are asking for. The exhibit is a small taste of what animation can look like in its early stages.

I believe knowledge and education is key.

Education

Queensland University of Technology: Fine arts degree – Drawing, Painting, Sculpting, Photography

Education

Queensland University of Technology: Fine arts degree – Drawing, Painting, Sculpting, Photography

Griffith University: Fine Arts Masters - Animation
Personal: Personal essays and collected thoughts over the years.

Contact



Exhibited work


Piglet

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Tigger

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Roo

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Kanga

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Rabbit

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Owl

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Poo

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Eeyore

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2012 Exhibit Adam Earle


Adam Earle in front of his Art work


Bio

It is my firm belief that the power of observation in drawing is another means to understanding life and communication. Drawing has always fascinated me and hopefully by the time I die will have started to understand life a little more. Ever growing, learning, consuming, slowly fading, slowly living, celebrating each moment. The marks we make in life is our communication, failure and success produces a broken willing spirit.
Always intrigued by others and behavior. My Korean comic book teacher would tell you action reaction let’s see what happens. Life keeps moving and we must move with it. In a constant state of education; learning, relearning the books are always falling off the shelf. Always asking, always answering.
My story is the same as yours slowly becoming a part of the earth with each passing season. The earth beneath our feet screams out to us, “Come home”.
I once wrote a quote that said: “The human eye can only see at 24 frames a second and a blink is roughly an eighth of a second how much more of life must we miss out on. Celebrate the moment”.

Education

Queensland University of Technology: Fine arts degree – Drawing, Painting, Sculpting, Photography
Griffith University: Fine Arts Masters - Animation
Personal: Personal essays and collected thoughts over the years.


Conact

MrAdamEarle@gmail.com
www.AdamEarle.com




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