Slashthree Projects

It is with great honor and pride that on the eve of our 3,000th day of operations we are able to release our latest exhibition "Discovery" alongside an exciting new vision for Slashthree.

Highlighting the path to self-awareness, and detailing their journeys as artists, the Slashthree core crafted over fifty unique submissions to prepare for this exciting launch.

April 19, 2015

After many weeks of hard work from our artist core, it is our pleasure to introduce Slashthree’s twenty-first major online exhibition entitled “Monster”.
Consisting of 36 incredibly diverse and dark submissions, Monster stands up as a natural yet distinctive followup to our previous efforts by focusing on the opportunity to explore more sinister themes from a wider creative lens.

March 22, 2014
From the word in its most literal form to abstractions reflecting upon internal and interpersonal struggle, the idea of war is one that evokes a deep, emotional response within all of us.
For this reason, the concept was selected as the prompt for Slashthree’s milestone twentieth exhibition; a tour de force, featuring more than 60 beautifully crafted artistic interpretations of this concept in a variety of different media.

November 2, 2013
Slashthree is proud to present the seventh and final chapter of World Exhibition III, as it comes to a successful close headlined by illustrators Liran Szeiman, Martin De Diego Sádaba, Tarin Yuangtrakul, Karim Fakhoury, Gaétan Weltzer, and photographer Benny Brand.
New additions Rachel Rusk and Remi Chevalier showcase their first submissions to Slashthree in this final installment.

December 1, 2012
In an attempt to recreate the nostalgic memories of childhood, the Slashthree Collective selected ‘Fairy Tales’ as the theme of its eighteenth exhibition.
The project invited our artistic core to recreate the magic they felt as children when they were whisked off to a land far, far away.

March 10, 2012
Striving to produce an exhibition that focused on art outside of our norm, the collective selected 'Quote Unquote' as the theme for its seventeenth exhibition.
Each piece in “Quote Unquote” is based on a quote – famous, cultural, or even from the artist’s own life – and is created to represent that quote and its meaning to the artist.

September 2, 2011
Slashthree's 'New Era' book project is the creative vision of directors Saad Moosajee and Diego L.

July 8, 2011
The Slashthree collective selects Paradigm Shift as the theme for its landmark fifteenth exhibition.
The release complements the massive changes the collective underwent along with it, starting with a new version of our website.

January 8, 2011
Le Cirque Des Couleurs (The Circus of Colours) is the collective’s fourteenth release, following the somber, dark mood of Unleashed with a bright, vibrant exhibition.
Filled with abnormal imagery and obscure double meanings, the exhibition conveys eerie sentiments coupled with visually stunning executions.

June 20, 2010
The Slashthree collective releases its thirteenth exhibition, Unleashed, with the word’s definition completely in mind.
The release was taken as an opportunity to break free of constraint, to express our thoughts and feeling freely and without repercussions.

February 27, 2010
Steampunk is a branch of fantasy and speculative fiction, whose etymology denotes an era in which the majority of energy is derived from the direct result of steam-power.
It explores an era where steam power is still widely used, usually the 19th Century and the Victorian era, that incorporates elements of science fiction or fantasy.

November 14, 2009
Déjà Vu is the collective’s eleventh release based around the surreal, producing a series of conceptual, mind-boggling pieces of art that pushed the artists’ abilities to the limit.
Life is filled with moments that we can’t comprehend: the confusing, the baffling, the ridiculous and the amazing; Slashthree decided to capture these surreal moments in this one-of-a-kind exhibition.

August 7, 2009
The Slashthree collective chose to outline the progression it had made over the past two years with its tenth release, World Exhibition II.
Like World Exhibition, the guidelines for artwork in this exhibition were quite open, allowing the artists to create anything that came to mind without the constraint of a theme; this freedom caused them to produce an exhibition of consistently high quality, and was one of the major catalysts for Slashthree’s accelerated growth in 2010.

May 8, 2009
For its ninth exhibition, the Slashthree collective presents a release that examines the clash between order and chaos.
Proving to be a far more visually appealing result than the Slashthree collective could have hoped for, Order versus Chaos was the collective’s first dual-themed exhibition, giving the artists a choice between three key concepts: order, chaos and the relationship between the two.

January 24, 2009
For its eighth exhibition, the Slashthree collective was tasked with visualising what they believed the distant future would look like.
The theme gave the artists an opportunity to use their imaginations on a massive scale, not only showing what the world might look like a thousand years from now, but the degree of change they foresaw in that space of time.

October 17, 2008
Slashthree’s seventh exhibition, entitled Afterlife, documents a look into the unknown.
This release was important as it came right after the release of a successful website redesign, placing pressure on the artistic team to deliver an exhibition that lived up to our higher standards.

June 6, 2008
Odyssey is the sixth exhibition to be released by the collective, marking the journey upon which Slashthree had chosen to embark.
The third version of our website was also released with this project, solidifying the group’s intention to become a globally recognized international art collective.

March 15, 2008
As the Slashthree collective begins to mature and realise it’s ambition to change the global creative landscape, we tell a story of deep transformation through art.
The staff got busy developing the third version of the website, establishing a solid core of international artists.

December 8, 2007
World Exhibition stands as a license for our members to embrace the cultural influences of their craft, and place them on the global stage.
The exhibition was monumental in quality and quantity, and was viewed by the staff as a leap forward for the collective.

September 7, 2007
Considered to be one of Slashthree’s first substantial releases, Vibrance invited our team of artists to celebrate “vibrance” through eye candy for the exhibition.
The result generated a lot of traffic for the collective and attracted great numbers of new talent to join the team.

June 30, 2007
The second release from Slashthree saw the collective understand the power of unity and truly appreciate its potential.
Spring was a test release containing nearly four times the number of pieces as the first, and following this release, the collective decided to establish a full art division where the collective we know today was born.

May 14, 2007
Featuring only five entries, Slashthree’s first exhibition is a freestyle art release that debuted shortly after our digital art division was established.
The public reception was quite positive, motivating the collective to produce a second release.

March 1, 2007