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Angelica Paez, Telepathy, collage, 2011
Food for thought
November 18, 2017

All Art is Telepathy

Angelica Paez, Telepathy, collage, 2011 When I think of magicians, an image of a gentleman…
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“Joan Miro: Constellations” Exhibition, 1959
Art HistoryBooksPeople
November 13, 2017

Joan Miró’s Posters

J oan Miró’s work has been influencing generations of artists, designers and architects. What draws…
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November 11, 2017

Lines in Piet Mondrian’s art and the scientific significance behind it

Significance of lines in Piet Mondrian's Art Mondrian devoted his entire artistic life exploring the…
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Renan Aguena, Untitled, 2016
Art TheoryBooksPsychology
November 11, 2017

On the importance of learning to see

One of my first assignments in a drawing class was to draw a simple aeroplane from memory. But my attempt came out looking nothing like it. The difficulties I had…
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escher evolution of art
Art History
November 11, 2017

M.C. Escher on the evolution of art

Still Life with Spherical Mirror, 1934 Evolution of art has been a subject of argument…
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escher-collage -regular division of the plane
Art HistoryBooksPeople
November 8, 2017

M.C. Escher on Regular Division of the Plane

The story of Escher’s life and work is of a loner, who’s freed himself from the dogma of division between art and science. Impossible as his dreams might look, the…
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Art HistoryBooks
November 4, 2017

Some thoughts on the Power of Makeup

The feeling when you take off your makeup   (more…)
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Leslie Herman, Julia Warhola
Art HistoryIllustrationPeople
November 3, 2017

Andy Warhol’s mother and her influence on Pop Art

Lesli Herman's illustration of Julia Warhola Andy Warhol is the most recognisable art figure of…
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eddie and andy
Art HistoryBooks
November 2, 2017

What is Popism?

“Popism wasn’t about what people did - it was about people.” What is Pop Art…
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