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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

This artist turns shadows of everyday objects into sketches…

Vincent Bal is a film maker turned illustrator. His recent works turn the shadows of everyday objects into art. This type of artwork was developed by coincidence and since then, Vincent has been drawing and sketching his creations around shadows … Continue reading

Maryam Ashkanian and embroidery on handmade pillows

Maryam Ashkanian is an artist like no other! Her method of creation is mind blowing. So, what does she do? Well, her work consists of embroidering individuals deep in sleep on the surface of her handmade pillows using fine cloths … Continue reading

Legacies, heirlooms and how we remember people

As future generations enter the ever growing world, the older generations begin to disappear. But what will future generations see when we look back? It all lies upon what legacies and heirlooms are left to the future generations. This can … Continue reading

How we keep generations alive – Time capsules

Over the past 200 years, the world of technology, lifestyle and society has changed drastically. This is passed from generation to generation. The industrial revolution was the huge pinnacle of the 19th century and the revolution of technology in the … Continue reading

Animals covered in surreal landscapes by Ellen Jewett.

Ellen Jewett is an artist who creates intricate sculptures of animals covered in embellishments. Born in Markham,Ontario, she completed her honours degree in Anthropology and Fine Art at McMaster University In 2007. She began shaping 3D forms naturally from a … 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

Hand blown glass sculptures in New York’s Botanical Garden

Dale Chihuly is an artist who is best know for his vibrant, hand blown glass sculptures. The Seattle – based artist is making a return to The New York Botanical Garden for his first major exhibition in the city since … Continue reading

Our personality, our passions, our past: Introvert vs extrovert.

So, if you have been following our story you will be well aware by now that there is a theme running throughout our blogs. This week we are exploring the extent to which our personality, our passions and our past … Continue reading

Duncan Shotton and the planet pins.

Duncan Shotton is a Tokyo-based designer. He takes a rather unique stance to art. By taking houseware and stationery design objects such as pencils, bookmarks, and mixes it up completely. His latest design is a series of push pins have … Continue reading

“to scratch, draw, or write”: the evolution of language.

So, by now you have probably noticed that there is an ongoing affiliation with our ancestors and our history. After all, it was millions of years ago that shaped our current entities. Our primary form of communication in the current … Continue reading

Where does our desire to decorate blank walls originate from?

Ever wondered why we spend hours and days decorating a new home and re-decorating when our décor becomes old and outdated? We have an innate desire to want to decorate and make our surroundings individual and unique to us. Desire … Continue reading