Archive for December, 2011

We’re hiring: Senior Mobile Apps Developer (Android/iOS/Windows)

We’re hiring a Senior Mobile Apps Developer (Android/iOS/Windows)

Location: Notting Hill Gate, London
Type: Full-time
Function: Senior Mobile Apps Developer (Android/iOS/Windows)

s[edition] is a digital arts e-commerce company building a next generation platform to collect, share and trade art online. Founded by leaders in the art and e-commerce world, we are a rapidly growing team of developers and seeking a world class Senior Mobile Apps Developer.
We’re looking for an apps developer to join our development team to build out a suite of applications to support viewing art across multiple devices and platforms.
You will have built Android, iOS and/or Windows Mobile applications and integrated these with APIs. You will be comfortable with producing apps for smartphone, tablet, desktop and TV. You will be a natural self-starter happy to take on the challenge of building apps that work great on many devices.
The ideal candidate will have:


  • 100% commitment and appetite to work in a start-up environment
  • Proven track record of delivering results under tight deadlines in a fast paced environment
  • Strong aptitude for learning and embracing change
  • Friendly, engaging personality with excellent teamwork and communication skills

Required Skills:

  • 2+ years Android
  • 2+ years iOS and Objective C
  • Server side/API integration experience including Facebook API & OpenSocial API
  • Expert knowledge of web application security & REST APIs
  • Solid grasp of algorithms, memory management, concurrent programming and server interfacing.
  • JQuery UI mobile / mobile website dev experience/IOS SDK, Android SDK, Windows Mobile SDK & Blackberry
  • Experience of an Agile/ Scrum environment
  • BS, MS, or Ph.D. in Computer Science or similar
  • Excellent package including health insurance, pension and stock options

About s[edition]

s[edition] is a new way to collect, store, share and distribute limited edition art for your digital life. Working with some of the world’s leading artists, s[edition] enables you to buy digital versions of the world’s most desirable contemporary art. Backed by leaders in the art and ecommerce world, the company has launched with exclusive art for use on smart phones, monitors, televisions and other digital displays. Each original artwork will come with its own certificate of authenticity that can be traded when the edition is sold out.

To Apply: Send in a link to your portfolio and CV to

The Insider View

We’re looking for people who would be interested in working closely with us at s[edition] by joining one of our feedback groups.

You would be encouraged to share your thoughts and ideas on how we can enhance and develop our website so we can make the experience of collecting – and displaying – our limited edition digital art even more enjoyable.

If you are interested, please send an email with your name, age and occupation to

Thank you. We look forward to brainstorming with you!

Folha: Site vende múltiplos virtuais de Damien Hirst para tablets

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Tracey Emin appointed as RA’s Professor of Drawing

Congratulations to s[edition] artist Tracey Emin on her appointment to one of the most prestigious art teaching roles in the UK – the Royal Academy’s Professor of Drawing.

Tracey Emin unveils her Olympic and Paralympic poster at the Tate Britain in November this year

Tracey Emin unveils her Olympic and Paralympic poster at the Tate Britain in November this year

Shepard Fairey designs ‘Person of the Year’ for Time magazine

s[edition] artist Shepard Fairey has designed the cover image for Time Magazine’s ‘Person of the Year 2011’. Take a look at the works he has on s[edition].

Shepard Fairey's cover for Time Magazine's 'Person of the Year 2011' issue

Harper’s Bazaar: Please Touch the Artworks

From the January 2012 issue:

Mat Collishaw’s Sordid Earth on TateShots

This summer at the Roundhouse, Mat Collishaw collaborated with designer Ron Arad to create an ambitious work – Sordid Earth. The Tate have just posted a video of this work as part of TateShots.

Designer Ron Arad created Curtain Call, a 360-degree canvas for film created using 5,600 silicon rods suspended in an 18-metre diameter ring. Sordid Earth drew on Collishaw’s earlier series, Infectious Flowers, where he explored the confluence of beauty and decay, digitally grafting various skin diseases onto photographs of flowers. Sordid Earth explored the confluence of beauty and decay, digitally grafting various skin diseases onto photographs of flowers. The immediate impact was heightened by presenting them on a far greater scale, set within a tropical landscape with cascading waterfalls.