Art

Sushi Art

Sushi Art

Illustrator known as Tama-Chan has created Sushi Art and this isnt the art of making the perfect sushi, in fact it is making art from sushi. Sushi sushi sushi – say it really fast :) The Tokyo based illustrator lays the ingredients out while mentally planning how it will look in a cross section. Tama-chan […]

An Eye on the World: A Retrospective

An Eye on the World: A Retrospective

There are some fantastic exhibitions coming up at the Dovecot studios this year and the one I am most excited about kicks off at the end of the month. Hands up if you’ve heard of David Peat. No? Well, you’re in for a treat. Peat was a Scottish film-maker and photographer.  His passion was recording […]

This must be for you

This must be for you

Great project titled ThisMustBeForYou (TMBFY) is about anonymous surprise gift giving in the most unusual of places. At TMBFY they leave little gifts in public spaces for people to find and wonder..is that for me? Well of course it is, the packaging says ‘This Must Be For You’. These fab little surprises really would brighten up your […]

3D Printing Near Flawless Art Forgeries

3D Printing Near Flawless Art Forgeries

I have always wanted to own a Van Gogh painting, the imagery, the bright colours, the fury of applied paint, his art work is incredible but I never seem to have a spare £30 Million, all my money seems to go on food and necessities. Fujifilm in association with the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam […]

Cut food photography by Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnes

Cut food photography by Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnes

In the words of Homer Simpson ‘mmmm cross sectional food’   Cut Food, an interesting, yummy and funny collaborative project by creative photographers Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnes. The cut food project exposes real life cross sectional views of our food, from noodles to coffee its all there. If you have ever wondered what those noodles looked […]

TOMT Design

TOMT Design

It never ceases to amaze me how inventive people can be. Check out these fab upcycled creations by T.OM.T, using materials collected from ‘wherever’ they give old objects new life! The T.O.M.T. crew keep their eyes open for ‘objects of desire’ which may include used crutches, 1970’s vacuum bags, Christmas lights among other desirable objects. Look at […]

Chineasy

Chineasy

Chineasy, a creative approach to learning languages. London based, Taipei born ShaoLan has created a fantastic learning tool for people who want to learn Chinese as a language (people like me!!). Chinese characters are as beautiful as they are complex making them fantastically wonderful to gaze at. But! Stare at it all day long and […]

Of Witches and Wicked Bodies

Of Witches and Wicked Bodies

  The Witches’ Rout (The Carcass), often attributed to Agostino Veneziano Witches and Wicked Bodies is an exploration of how witches and witchcraft have been depicted by artists over the past 500 years, including works by Albrecht Dürer, Francisco de Goya and William Blake, plus pieces by 20th century artists such as Paula Rego and Kiki […]

Knife Edge: Cooper Gallery

Knife Edge: Cooper Gallery

From the 29 August – 21 September the Cooper Gallery will be exhibiting Knife Edge Press: The Complete Works (so far). The exhibition will showcase the fantastic collaborative partnership of Mel Gooding and artist Bruce McLean. The on going creative partnership will be displayed alongside ephemera generated during their twenty-eight years of creative exchange and […]

Artist David Munroe

Artist David Munroe

Glasgow born Abstract Expressionist and Landscape painter David Munroe creates wonderful artwork that is visually striking with its contrasting colours and imagery. Munroe’s artwork appears energetic and strong as well as delicate with hidden details within his work. Sailing Into the Sun Munroe takes his inspiration from a number of areas including natural and made […]