Finding fun things to do during the summer, that won’t break the bank, may not seem like an easy task but you’d be surprised how many activities you can do […]
As soon as men discovered the process of producing glass they saw the beauty in it and used it for art. Early archeological finds discovered decorative pieces made of glass […]
If you’ve just bought a new home or just want to jazz up your existing one with a funky, chic and expensive piece of artwork but don’t know where to […]
Does the Rodarte – Aboriginal art fiasco call for cultural inspiration to be policed, or even worse, killed off?
We we’re a little concerned after coming across an interesting tale of cultural and commercial conflict, and the restraint this conflict has tried to introduce into the borrow-and –take world of […]
Proving just how obssesed we are with celebrities, branding and wealth (as a nation, that is), artist Richard Phillips‘ latest project, Most Wanted, captures just a few of the famous […]
SHOWstudio‘s exhibitions have quickly earned a reputation of being among some of the most innovative and interesting around London’s streets, and we’re pretty sure the latest one – an uncensored […]
The worlds of fashion and art are getting set for a serious collision: Louis Vuitton has just launched its new Young Arts Project, which will see the fashion house team […]
Following her collaboration with British heritage brand Barbour, luxury accessories designer Anya Hindmarch is wondering into the world of art for latest venture.
Paul Smith is delighted to be exhibiting the work of up and coming artist Benedict Radcliffe at Paul Smith’s Mayfair shop. Best known for his love of machines, engineering, graphic […]
Tokion Magazine announces the Fourth Annual Creativity Now Conference, to be held at Cooper Union’s historic Great Hall on October 14th and 15th, 2006. This unique symposium will bring together […]
We completely support anyone who demonstrates a love for the art that is couture and the FT has an article detailing exactly why couture will never die. This art – […]
It was a moment in history, the night Hugh Grant was caught with a prostitute and now Art collector Charles Saatchi has bought a painting of the place where the […]
“Fashion is still a stepchild of photography, unless it is Louise Dahl-Wolfe showing a bathing suit and making it art,” says Etheleen Staley of the Staley-Wise Gallery in New York.”