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Showing in the 56^ Rassegna Internazionale d'Arte G.B. SALVI - Palazzo ex-Pretura, Sassoferrato, Italy.
07.07.06 - 20.08.06

Public launch of WWW.AINSLIEMUSIC.COM.

Krakow Film Festival: Silver Dragon for Best Animated Film: Solo Duets
Having watched all the competition films The International Competition Jury of the 46th Cracow Film Festival consisting of Jerzy Stuhr (chairman), Pirjo Honkasalo, Marek Hovorka, Phil Mulloy and Luce Vigo has decided to award the Silver Dragon For Best Animated Film to ”Solo Duets” by Josef Feltus (Great Britain). The Jury awarded the film for its well-crafted sense of mystery, its emotional impact and its individual style.

Jim Poole Scottish Short Film
award: Solo Duets

The jury placed us in FIRST PLACE for the European Arteam Prize.

Opening at the European Arteam Prize show in association with ICONARTS at the Museo Civico di Arte Contemporanea, via dell'Oratorio, Albissola Marina (SV), Italy. The show will remain open until 13.05.06. for more info call +39 019 4004 123.

'Solo Duets' - 46th Cracow Film Festival, Krakow, Poland (June 4th, '06)

Solo Duets screening at the International Festival of Animated Films (Anifest), Trebon, Czech Replublic, 5th, 7th, 8th May 2006.

Copenhagen International Furniture Fair, 4-7 May 2006. Stand C4-T05 confirmed for

PRESS: Tobias & Joseph, by Giuliana Mazzola, StileArte N.94, page 39

PRESS: Feltus Feltus [Giovani], by Viviana Siviero, EspoArte N.38, page 40-41

FeltusFeltus will have a solo exhibition at galleria EntroTerra, Milan, 07.03.06 - 13.04.06.

FeltusFeltus will have a solo exhibition at Galleria Immagina, of Stile Arte magazine, Brescia, 14.01.06 - 11.02.06

Solo Duets will be screened during the Bradford Animation Festival [16th and 19th of November 2005] in the Panorama 2 programme. Wednesday, November 16 - 14:10 - The Cubby Broccoli Cinema. Thursday, November 17 - 11:15 - The Cubby Broccoli Cinema. Friday, November 18 - 13:30 - The Cubby Broccoli Cinema.

III Stanza and Solo Duets will be showing at Art(Verona, contemporary and modern art fair, in Verona, Italy, in association with the EntroTerra gallery, from the 13th to the 16th of October 2005. We will also be up for the Premio Aletti prize.

"Solo Duets"
will be showing at the FilmHouse, Edinburgh, during the 59th Edinburgh International Film Festival's McLaren Animation Awards series, on the 26th of August 2005. "Solo Duets" is an animated short produced by FeltusFeltus [] and Directed by Joseph Feltus. Tobias' involvement was not bound strictly to the production, as he was also deeply involved in the development of the sets and puppets, and was also the assistant DOP and lighting director.

The Feltus brothers [] will be exhibiting A/P prints of Untitled (Surreal Composition), 2004.
In association with EntroTerra and the Festa Internazionale del Circo, Brescia, Italy.
[Open from the 11th to the 24th of June 2005 15-18.00 (Monday to Saturday, closed Tuesdays), Marchina Arte Contemporanea, via Soldini 6/A, Brescia tel. 030 2427397; opening reception on the 11th of June, at 18.00.]

Work represented by [*link*] in their pick of the Fuori Salone of Milan 2005.

Lamp No.2b and Lamp No. 2c were launched in Milan during the Salone del Mobile, at Design UK MILANO 2005 with HiddenArt and LondonArt, at the Superstudio 13, curated by Max Fraser.

Hosted at the product launch for Herman Miller's MirraTM and Abak EnvironmentsTM in Axis Interior's showroom in Edinburgh. [see pictures above]

Descending upon London Fashion Week AW05/06, as freelance press. *material available*

"Picture the pretentious French designer in a recent IKEA poster campaign looks like Philippe Starck, throws tantrums at Ikea's cheap prices and you'll get an idea of Tobias Feltus, the sly and witty Edinburgh design graduate who is undoubtedly heading for great things."
- Moira Jeffrey, Master Class in the Art of Design, The Herald, 17.12.04

Lamp No. 2 is featured in the January issue of ELLE Decoration, on page 33. (available in the PRESS download area)

Exhibiting at Edinburgh College of Art's Masters of Design Degree show 2004. "My Masters exhibition is a retrospective of the past 15 months, displaying a journey from functional minimalism to post-neo-classical modernism. The show, which will be open to the public from the 9th to the 15th of this month, is an eclectic collection of three lamps, photography, a manual to FeltusFecit design ethics, a surrealist mirror, ten chairs and a table."

Lamp No.2 has just been photographed by ELLE Decoration for a feature in the January issue.

Exhibiting at DesignUK SELECTION 2004, Max Fraser's brainchild exhibition at the Gainsborough Studios, Islington, London, with two new lamps: Tete and Lamp No. 2.

Descending upon London Fashion Week SS05, this time to write content for

Chair2 and Table1 revised for 2004.

CANCELLED: My participation has been cancelled due to lack of funding:

Currently Looking for sponsorship and a manufacturer to produce 60xChair2 and 20xTable1 to furnish the exhibition spaces of On|Off at the Burlington Gardens building of the Royal Academy of Arts in London. More information available in the press area.

Exhibited at NewDesigners 04 OneYearOn.

2004 is a new year with new ambitions and collaborations. Currently establishing projects to be carried out with the musician Lisa Kant and one of her projects L.A.S.P. which also contains Andy from the Italian band Bluvertigo.

Design register obtained for Table1, the new member of the Chair2 stacking chair family.

Exhibiting on the NewDesigners stand UG25 at URBAN INTERIORS at the Commonwealth Institute, London, from the 7th to the 9th of November 2003.

Furnishing ON/OFF exhibition at the National Army Museum, London. The exhibition is taking place during the Autumn/Winter London Fashion Week and is a showcase of eight fashion designers for a private audience organized by The Doll.

Participating in DESIGN UK Pick of 2003 during the London Design Week at the Gainsborough Studios, London. The exhibition is the newest creation of Max Fraser, curator, author and originator of the DESIGN UK series of guidebooks, created as a Fringe to the well established shows such as 100% Design.