Art

True Love Never Dies – it only increases in value

True Love Never Dies – it only increases in value

A rare painting last seen 100 years ago, is set to appear at auction this July. Edward Burne-Jones’ ‘Love Among The Ruins’ True Love Never Dies depicts a couple in dramatic embrace, the very spirit of Browning’s 1855 elegiac poem, on which the painting is based. ‘Love Among The Ruins’ by Edward Burne-Jones Around them an ancient […]

Artist Silas Stoddard

Artist Silas Stoddard

An inquisitive wanderer, optimistic dreamer and artistic chameleon, Silas Stoddard’s paintings are eclectic reflections of the world around him. This self-confessed hyperactive kid used art to focus his creativity.  Years later his love of exploring – fuelled by a magical childhood spent in America and Germany – is unmistakeable in his artwork. Now based in […]

Well-Heeled Bitches

Well-Heeled Bitches

No, I’ve not got my sexist hat on. This lol was brought to you courtesy of David Kemp, whose latest work is being shown at the Kilmorack Gallery in Inverness, this April. His provocatively titled Well-Heeled Bitches is part of The Art of Humour, an exhibition exploring belly laughs in art. Well-Heeled Bitches, David Kemp The […]

The Sleep of The Lovers

The Sleep of The Lovers

As our modern lifes are busy as it is and are increasingly polluted with seemingly never-ending to-do lists, an eight-hour-sleep is soon to become an urban legend. So, strugling to find the time for enough sleep, not many of us give much of a thought of how we sleep. Or is it so? Austrian artist […]

Sculpture, Art, Photography and Angel Zorn

Sculpture, Art, Photography and Angel Zorn

Forthcoming graduate of Fine Art from the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design  Angel Zorn has created a series of striking and dramatic imagery and sculptures. Zorn’s creative outlets are primarily focused on sculpture, photography and film. The Twins Zorn admittedly finds it difficult to pinpoint exactly where her inspirations come from for her work but believes that they are her own interpretation of human behaviour. In her work The […]

One Cycle One sew

One Cycle One sew

Hannah Brackston a Glasgow based visual artist creates engaging and exciting work. Brackston graduated from the Glasgow School Art in 2011 and received the David Harding Public Art prize for her fab work. As a socially engaging artist Brackston’s works are based around  public environments, her unusual creations strike an inquisitive note with the public motivating them to get involved. Brackston aims to use public […]

Catch up with Hannah Lovett

Catch up with Hannah Lovett

We are catching up with Manchester based Designer Maker & Artist Hannah Lovett and her fantastic glass creations.  Lovett has been hard at work making these fantastic new glass creations produced as part of her Flux series.  As ever the detail in Lovett’s creations is outstanding, the Flux series displays a strong sense of movement and fluidity, the […]

360 degree christmas book by Yusuke Oono

360 degree christmas book by Yusuke Oono

Yusuke Oono of Noiz Architects has made this amazingly intricate Chrsitmas book, this palm sized little book can open to a full 360 degrees to display a multidimensional story. The book was laser cut and then bound together using traditional techniques – a nice blend of old and new world methods to create a beautifully presented book.  The book won the Cafe Fab 2012 […]

Brock Davis and the Cucumber Killer Whale

Brock Davis and the Cucumber Killer Whale

Award-winning, multidisciplinary artist and creative director Brock Davis has produced these fun plays on perception pieces. Cucumber Killer Whale The Cucumber Killer Whale is great and looks quite realistic even though its GREEN and a cucumber! Rice Krispyhenge I love the Rice Krispyhenge, the little puffs of rice standing ridged representing an ancient monument! Twinkie Circuitry Twinkie Circuitry finally reveals whats inside this american […]

Luke Jerram Revealing the Invisible

Luke Jerram Revealing the Invisible

Dare you call this glass work beautiful? Glass Microbiology…the HIV virus. The National Centre for Craft & Design will be exhibiting the work of Luke Jerram in Revealing the Invisible.  The exhibit opens on 2 February 2013 and closes on the 14 April 2013 so you have plenty of time to plan a visit! Luke Jerram is an internationally respected multidisciplinary artist whose work […]