Category Archive: Art

The art of watercolour, oil and acrylic

The art of watercolour, oil and acrylic

Agnes Cecile Having always been a fan of abstract portraiture, stumbling across Agnes Cecile was probably one of my most favorite art findings yet. I find …

 

Digital Art

Digital Art

Wow it’s been a while… don’t judge. So recently, I’ve been very into digital art and graphics and have been particularly drawn to geometric patterns. Whether …

 

Bourrasque

Bourrasque

Bourrasque by Paul Cocksedge It’s difficult to look at Cocksedge’s installation piece without being captivated by its fantasy and whimsy appeal. It brings about a sense …

 

Cloud of 7000 Kites

Cloud of 7000 Kites

Silence Still Governs Our Consciousness by Jacob Hashimoto Specifically for MACRO: Rome’s museum of contemporary art, Jacob Hashimoto’s installation has been described as a “diaphanous canopy” …

 

Reclaimed Objects

Reclaimed Objects

Artist Sayaka Kajita Ganz is not the conventional sculptor. She uses kitchen utensils, gardening tools and all sorts of scrap bits and bobs that have all …

 

Book Keeping

Book Keeping

Never judge a book by its cover. Originally inspired by a poem this collection looks at what we choose to hide about ourselves and what …

 

Ferrofluids

Ferrofluids

Morpho Towers – Two Standing Spirals by Sachiko Kodama And that is why I want to study materials science. I know this is an old, popular video …

 

Dust Clouds In The Eagle Nebula

Dust Clouds In The Eagle Nebula

What an awesome name to call your art work! ‘Dust Clouds In The Eagle Nebula’ is an 8 X 1.35 meter piece by artist/illusionist Andy Singleton. …

 

Fourteen Black

Fourteen Black

Fourteen Black by artist Tofer Chin is an installation piece set in Parque Lage, a public park in Rio de Janeiro. Chin is part of a …

 

Book Autopsies

Book Autopsies

Brian Dettmer uses encyclopedias and medical journals as his medium for art. He carves into the pages, revealing detailed layers, patterns and illustration making them visually fascinating. …