Beautiful/Decay began as a small black and white, DIY, photocopied ‘zine in 1996, releasing three issues in its first incarnation. In 2001, it was resurrected as a full color art and design publication featuring some of the most cutting edge and exciting work by artists and designers from all over t
Go Where Raisins Swell Into Grapes, And Lemons Light The Sky
Come to a place where peppers are so hot, fire trucks come to douse them. Pomegranates explode like grenades there, spaghetti threatens innocent sailors, and the moon is made of cinnamon. Two French food photographers imagine all this, and then let a polar bear water-ski through a plate of marshmallows.
Artwork page for ‘[no title]’, Jim Dine, 1973 Dine believes that tools provide a 'link with our past, the human past, the hand'. They feature in many of his works, and can be seen as a symbol of artistic creation. There is also an autobiographical resonance, as Dine's family owned a hardware store in Cincinnati. In these prints, the tools are presented as a series of discrete items, as if laid out for analysis and classification.
May van Millingen's Food Illustrations | Design Week
Bisto gravy granules, a Tunnocks teacake and a big bag of oats are among the subjects of food-fanatic illustrator May van Millingen’s work, which transforms humble groceries into a series of mouth-watering muses.