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Arlin Graff and his nature inspired murals

Arlin Graff is a lover of abstraction. The Brazilian artist who is based in São Paulo produces work that mimics digital art. His artistic inspiration is drawn from his childhood memories. One of his oldest recollections is spending time in … Continue reading

Gallery Without Walls – Project Two

Gallery Without Walls - Project Two

Project Two of Gallery Without Walls is here and the launch night was a huge success. Our partnership with Graffwerk has gone from strength to strength as we proudly present all of the work in venues around the city. The … Continue reading

The 2-mile mural of loco-motion

The 2-mile mural of loco-motion

Two miles of wall has been covered with murals by more than 50 different artists. The usually dull train track landscape has been transformed into bright expressions of motion – designed to be viewed from public transport. Frequent visitors… Benzikry, … Continue reading

Tom Bob and his whimsical street art pieces

Making his mark on New York City is street artist Tom Bob. He transforms normally unnoticed objects into artistic creations which brighten the city. Using everyday outdoor objects such as pipes and manhole covers, his pieces are creative and distinctive. … Continue reading

Spring and Summer Home Decor Trends of 2017

This year has already flown by and as always, the home decor trends are changing so fast, we can hardly keep up! So, as we approach the middle of the year, we thought we’d give you a quick update on what’s … Continue reading

The ladder that goes up in smoke…

Smoke and art make for a hypnotizing subject. Not all artwork needs to be paintings and drawings, right? In a series created by photographer Ken Hermann and art director Gem Fletcher, they capture colourful masses of smoke. Throughout each image … Continue reading

Brian Mashburn and the mystical Axiom paintings

Brian Mashburn has created a phenomenal series of highly detailed oil paintings. Based in North Carolina, Brian’s artwork depicts a series of mystical and varied fog landscapes. They consist of everything from the distant mountains to the waves of skyscrapers … Continue reading

Andrew Fairclough – an insight into his work.

In his first ever solo exhibition, Andrew Fairclough presents his works of mixed media art. So, who is Andrew Fairclough? Based in Sydney, Andrew is a Australian illustrator, designer and typographer. Since 2004, he has created illustrative imagery for a … Continue reading

Hüseyin Şahin and the atmospherical dreamscapes

When you look across the horizon you can take in the views of beautiful mountains and scenery. One artist, however, takes landscapes to the next level. Hüseyin Şahin is an experimental artist who plays with reality and fantasy. He produces … Continue reading

Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris opens African Art exhibition

The Fondation Louis Vuitton is a museum dedicated to contemporary art exhibitions. Designed by Frank Gehry, the building opened in Paris in October of 2014. Continuing in its commitment to overlooked areas of the art world, the gallery is opening … Continue reading

Cabrera and hand-drawn headdresses

Ivette Cabrera is a Nicaraguan-born artist who currently works in Miami. Her pieces of work represent women of various cultures who’s headdresses are a symbol of power and importance. About her work The paradoxical ideas of womanhood compelled Cabrera to … Continue reading