Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

Design source Flickr set (Alki1’s photos)

Friday, July 6th, 2007

Some great design references in this Flickr set from Alki1.

10th Anniversary! SHIFT

Monday, April 30th, 2007

The Influential Japanese style magazine updates its site:

The Red Book Project

Monday, April 2nd, 2007

Collaborative illustration project

If you see one, don’t throw it away. One of them could be considered very valuable!

There’s 5 to find so if you do, your kinda lucky! – Brand new Asian art and illustration blog

Sunday, March 25th, 2007 is a web resource portal for Asia’s artists and drawings. This site was started with the aim of showcasing and sharing drawings from talented artists in Asia, and in the process, promote the joys of drawing.



Thursday, March 15th, 2007

EXHIBITION: V&A Museum, London, 29 March to 22 July 2007Surreal Things is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see 300 of the most extraordinary objects ever created, in a spectacular theatrical setting.

This exhibition is the first to explore the influence of Surrealism on the worlds of fashion, design, theatre, interiors, film, architecture and advertising. It shows how artists engaged with design and how designers were inspired by Surrealism.


Lynette Wallworth

Thursday, March 15th, 2007

EXHIBITION: National Glass Centre, Sunderland, UK, March 17 to June 17

Lynette Wallworth (b. 1961, Sydney) is an Australian artist whose practice spans video installation, photography, short film, and performance. In her current body of work, she specialises in the creation of gently immersive installation environments which offer a tactile gateway. Frequently the works are developed in series to provide a sense of a cumulative process that changes over time. The environments are not passive spaces but rely on activation by the participant/viewer. The interplay between the moving image, sound, space and visitor as component elements in the ecosystem of a work is the artist’s primary focus.


Advanced geometry of Islamic art

Friday, February 23rd, 2007

A study of medieval Islamic art has shown some of its geometric patterns use principles established centuries later by modern mathematicians. Researchers in the US have found 15th Century examples that use the concept of quasicrystalline geometry.


Toyin Odutola

Monday, February 19th, 2007

A striking portfolio of pen & ink drawings and illustrations.


Alberto Cerriteno ||| Selected Work

Monday, February 19th, 2007

A truly prolific and stunning portfolio of art & design work from Alberto Cerriteno.


1807 and Tate

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

Two thousand and seven marks the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade, but it is important to note that this did not mean the emancipation of slaves or the end of the institution. Slavery in the Caribbean and other British territories did not end until 1834. In practical terms the 1807 Act prohibited the transport of slaves in British ships, and gave the Royal Navy licence to stop and search the ships of other nations.