Anton Alvarez. This image attracted me simply because this artist has taken something that represents strength and control - a marble pillar - and morphed it and squished it down to make it appear flexible and easy to manipulate. This juxtaposition of strength and compliance I find really interesting, as well just the aesthetic of this piece that to me looks similar to the folded, creased but also set and solid fabric medium that I will be using.

Known for his incredible Thread Wrapping Machine introduces us to Alphabet Aerobics his new extruding clay machine and installation this weekend

Shelter Sketch Book (1945) Henry Moore. Sleepers in the bomb shelters during…

Shelter Sketch Book Henry Moore Drawings of people sleeping in the London underground during the first world wars. Coming together for warmth and comfort.

Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471-1528), Sechs Kissen (Six Pillows), 1493, ink on…

Had to copy this in drawing in college. Six Studies of Pillows (verso), pen & brown ink on paper, Albrecht Dürer, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

This working drawing by the renowned draftsman Adolph Menzel (1815 - 1905) is an…

Image:Adolph Menzel Breslau (now Wrocław) Berlin The Waterproof Coat of General Moltke 1871 graphite with wash, heightened with white, on tan paper National Gallery of Art, Washington,

Anton Alvarez: Autonomous Manufacturing System 1.0 : 19th March - 5th June 2016 #nccd @The National Centre for Craft & Design

Anton Alvarez: Autonomous Manufacturing System : March - June 2016 National Centre for Craft & Design

Albrecht Durer  Bringing maths, perspective and ideal proportions into Art.

Durer -- Study of a Drapery, 1508 Brush drawing on dark paper with white highlights, 257 x 192 mm Musée du Louvre, Paris {for the Christ in the Coronation of the Virgin section of the Heller Altar.

Giorgio Morandi - "Grande natura morta con la lampada a destra", etching, 1928

Giorgio Morandi - "Grande natura morta con la lampada a destra", etching, 1928


Plastic Bag Landscapes

Plastic Bag Landscapes made with recycled plastics, lights & coloured backgrounds // Vilde Rolfsen Vilde J. Rolfsen, this piece is really neat, it is made from plastic bags and has a very unique texture, looks like water.

thomas francis dicksee

seabois: Thomas Francis Dicksee, Miranda (detail), 1895 (Things She Loves)