Sculpture By The Sea (4)
Read in my previous posts about the exhibition “Sculpture By The Sea”. Here is my last post with photos from the exhibition: Artist: Raquel Corona Justo (Mexico) Title: Obsevando la fan…
21 More Brilliant Minimalist Print Ads
Have you ever noticed that most of the greatest ideas, whether it's business or design, are so simple and obvious that you wonder why you haven't thought of it before! As we mentioned in our previous article, Leonardo da Vinci once said: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”, and architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe adopted the motto “Less is more”. Even after 500 years Leonardo’s words are true and this rule is still widely used in design and advertising.
YUKIKO is the studio of Michelle Phillips and Johannes Conrad for graphic design / video / art direction / editorial photography / image making / Y-U-K-I-K-O / Berlin
Five Elements - Water by Eunice Kim on Artfully Walls
Contemplative Five Elements series, based on Taoist principle of essential matter comprising all things, was completed during Eunice Kim's art residency in Belgium. This giclee reproduction faithfully captures sublime beauty of the original artwork, meticulously executed in artist's signature dot-based visual language and nontoxic collagraph process.
Cactus bloom. limited edition Photograph by Nadia Attura
Photograph on Paper From a limited edition of 50 Size: 23.23 x 15.75 x 0 in (unframed) / 21.26 x 14.17 in (actual image size) Signed and numbered certificate of authenticity Style: Surrealistic Subject: Flowers and plants Cactus bloom, desert dunes, composite pop art inspired by early mid century advertising. Currently edition has 2 left Fine Art photographic print, professionally hand printed on fine art Giclee cotton gallery paper using archival pigment ink. Signed, numbered with…
Marching Orders (2014)
Painting on Canvas One of a kind artwork Size: 29.92 x 29.92 x 2.99 in (unframed) Ready to hang Signed on the front Style: Organic Subject: Abstract and non-figurative In 'Marching Orders' I present a series of London landmarks (from left to right: Big Ben, the Gherkin, Saint Paul's cathedral, the London Eye and Tower Bridge). Seen without context I've purposely reduced the architecture to dear souvenirs and ordered them as if arranged on a shelf. The colour palette is muted and…