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Karlita from The Purple Bow: Architecture Photography

Hi! This is Karlita from The Purple Bow, it is an honour to be here with you sharing two of my favorite interiors and also a way to achieve them. Breathtaking tridimensional architectural...

Picasso and Modern British Art at Tate

Tate Britain has a massively exciting exhibition coming up from February 15th to July 15th. The show will focus largely on Pablo Picasso, but will feature British artists that we all know and love,...

Colour Trend: Yellow

One way to instantly brighten up a room is to inject bright, reflective colours. This room features traditional furniture with a more subdued colour palette, but the feel of the room is given an...

Francoise Murat: Art Insight

Designer Francoise Murat wears many hats, including interior designer, landscape and architect designer, and writer. In addition to her own blog, she writes for Country Life and contributes to a...

Marmite Print – Love It or Hate It?

We’ve been exposed to Andy Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s soup cans for quite some time now, so it’s about time a pop art print tribute to Marmite appeared. The love-it-or-hate-it yeast extract (which...

Leonardo Da Vinci – Mona Lisa

Leonardo Da Vinci hysteria has been fully unleashed this week, with the start of Leonardo Da Vinci: Painter at the court of Milan, which started on Wednesday 9 November at The National Gallery,...

Spotlight on Niagara Detroit

Niagara Detroit has sung with punk bands such as Destroy All Monsters (D.A.M.) and Dark Carnival since 1974 and used her art-school background to create album artwork for the bands she’s performed...

Spotlight on Elizabeth O’Connor

Queen of comic tweets and Easyart Academy artist, Elizabeth O’Connor studied across a range of art disciplines in Nottingham. Her work with ceramics and admiration for the forces of nature inform...

Spotlight on Banksy

Banksy, supposedly born in 1974, produces street art that captures the spirit of the times so well. As the world slides further into turmoil, images like this are poignant in light of the recent...

Post Modernism at the V&A

Modernist Art favoured purity and simplicity, seen in works by the Bauhaus lecturer Wassily Kandinsky and Dutch artist Piet Mondrian. Postmodernist art, on the other hand, revelled in pattern,...

Spotlight on Louise Cunningham

Since graduating in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art in 2005, Louise Cunningham has worked as a freelance illustrator. She recently relocated to her new home-studio in Bristol. By...

Double Take

What Andy Warhol did for art, Blondie did for music. This behind-the-scenes photograph captures Warhol photographing lead singer, Debbie Harry with his simple Polaroid camera

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