two fridas

Frida Kahlo was a Mexican artist that lived most of her life and physical pain, yet she continued to paint until her death, her artwork records her suffering and experiences as a woman. She was born to a Mexican mother and a German father.Read More →

These posters by Robin Weissenborn are not new, they were designed in 2015 and awarded in an international poster competition. The graphic designer, who was studying at the prestigious Bauhaus university at the time, designed a series of posters using experimental typography and cool distorted perspectives.

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blue sky ocean

Colour Blue has always been my favourite colour.  Apparently, I am in good company as blue is one of the most well-liked colours.  It is the least gender specific having equal appeal to both men and women. Blue can affect us physically it calms and sedates, cools and aids intuition.Read More →

Dada - Equillibre Hannah Hoch

As a designer, I am passionate about the history of art and their influence on ‘visual design.’  In art history, Dada is the artistic movement that preceded Surrealism, it began in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1916 by a group of mostly painters and painters.  Dada artworks challenged the preconceived notions of what art meant.  Many Dadaists felt that the way to salvation was through political anarchy, the natural emotions, the intuitive and the irrational.Read More →

The journey we take in our career shapes us – our surroundings have an effect, positive or negative, it’s also how you handle these surroundings that helps too. Laura Hawkins has taken a few routes to her current path and she’s done so with nothing but the most infectious positivity.Read More →

Shattered Denim Fractal Art by Chloe Wright.Read More →

Jonathan Lindgren’s BotaniClay 3D Sculptures

We LOVE the personal design study of 3D artist Jonathan Lindgren done using primitive shapes, clay and sculptures inspired by nature. (…) Read More about Jonathan Lindgren’s BotaniClay 3D Sculptures (14 words) GRAPHIC DESIGN | Permalink | No comment | The post Jonathan Lindgren’s BotaniClay 3D Sculptures appeared first onRead More →

David Hockney snapped up the title of world’s most expensive artwork by a living artist at Christie’s recent Postwar and Contemporary auction . The record-breaking $80 million USD sale of the British’s artist’s Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) painting surpassed Jeff Koons’ 2013 record of $58.4 millionRead More →

Marija Tiurina is a London-based illustrator & concept artist, she takes fresh fruits and vegetables and turns them into unique watercolor characters, we must say, they look absolutely magnificent! She states what inspired her the most was the mind-blowing selection of fruits and vegetables in a greengrocer in London: Read More →

Monica Ikegwu

Paintings by Baltimore-based artist Monica Ikegwu. Focusing mainly on African American portraiture, Ikegwu pairs realistic rendering with flat elements in an attempt to create a dynamic twist to the standard portrait. See more images below Monica Ikegwu’s Website Monica Ikegwu on Instagram Source: Artist Spotlight: Monica Ikegwu Monica Ikegwu, Paintings.Exceptional,Read More →

Art Therapy Poster

Around 2015 or so, adult colouring books arrived on the Amazon bestseller list , and haven’t left since. The response was polarizing: Kate Middleton was reportedly a fan at one point, but Quartz dubbed them America’s “cry for help .” Forbes called them the “dark horse of publishing” that year.Read More →

Sister Wendy Beckett - Art Reviewer

While life lasts, let us live it, not pass through as zombies, and let us find in art a glorious passageway to a deeper understanding of our essential humanity. – Sister Wendy Beckett (1930-2018) Sister Wendy, a cloistered nun whose passion for art led her to wander out into theRead More →

Garden statues

Think of them as art for your garden. Garden statues are the perfect accessory to enhance and intensify the intended mood of an outdoor space or sunroom. Whether you are looking to infuse your backyard with a bit of humour, balance the composition of your landscaping, or draw attention toRead More →

With the new year right around the corner, many of us are resolving to go to the gym more or to keep the house clean… but if you’re like me, being more creative is top on your list. And I’m here to tell you that it’s easier than it soundsRead More →

Need help deciding what to read next? Take a cue from these famous bookworms. Sally Field recommends “The Witch Elm” by Tana French Field is also a fan of the dispatches from the Dublin Murder Squad, and although French’s latest novel doesn’t involve the usual crew, it remains thrilling andRead More →

Huntz Liu art

Huntz Liu, Three Dimensional Illustrations. Artist Huntz Liu hand-cuts thousands of pieces of paper to form his jaw-dropping three-dimensional illustrative sculptures. Don’t miss Supersonic Art on Instagram! Source: Huntz Liu, Three Dimensional Illustrations.Artist Huntz Liu…Read More →

La Ouane beer labels

  Jean-Marc Saint-Paul chose Plaak, created by Damien Gautier, to design a set of four labels for La Ouane blond beer. Source: La Ouane beer labelsRead More →

Mini Coffee Press

Designed to look almost like an epi-pen for coffee, the Mini Coffee Press is impressively tiny, and works partly like a French Press, and partly like a tea-bag… but for coffee. Effectively the smallest coffee-press we’ve seen, the Mini Coffee Press comes with a base into which you fill yourRead More →

Sketchwalk Singapore of Singapore Buildings

The last sketchwalk for the year 2018 was held on the 29 Dec, the last Sat of the month and of the year too. It is also customary to have the last urban sketching of the year to be held at Orchard Road, where the streets and malls were allRead More →