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How Do You Paint 10,000 Paintings a Month?
Renoir really hit a nerve! Anti-Renoir protesters picket Boston art gallery
The ever amazing Kabu!
Emanuele Kabu puts "15 years of sweetness and lust...and a bit of pain" into one mesmerizing short.
Some beautiful images.
This July, Cafe Art, a UK based initiative that allows the homeless to express themselves through art and photography, gave 100 Fujifilm disposable cameras to the homeless in London. Basic training was provided by the Royal Photographic Society, and then the camera recipients were asked to take phot…
London-based artist Eliza Bennett explores the stereotype of easy, ‘feminine’ work in this painstaking embroidery project
A boy tripped and punched a hole in a $1.5 million painting in a Taipei exhibition on Sunday, August 23. The 12-year-old left a fist-size tear on “Flowers”, ...
Sad but oh so true.
Frieze talk will look at the ways artists are adapting to rising costs and redevelopment in the capital
Not cool NG. NOT COOL.
About 200 staff members at the National Gallery in London went on an indefinite strike today, according to Christopher D. Shea in the New York Times. Members of
Signup | Paying Artists
Paying Artists aims to secure payment for artists who exhibit in publicly-funded galleries.‘We won’t have great artists making significant work in the years to come if we don’t tackle the problem of low or no pay’ – Yinka Shonibare MBEVisual artists in the UK are regularly expected to develop and ex…
Dismaland is the dystopian, anti-theme park we have all been waiting for!
It's a dystopian theme park featuring Damien Hirst, Pussy Riot, Run the Jewels, and more, and he’s already banned Disney lawyers from entering.
Change is in the air!
The 30 Harshest Artist-on-Artist Insults In History
Our recent author-on-author, filmmaker-on-filmmaker and musician-on-musician insults have proved that creative folk are only human, and occasionally enjoy a good rip on their industry compatriots. ...
Superb Video of Ben Rix in action!
This is a short film that illustrates the complete commission process of a painting by London based artist Ben Rix. A portrait marks a particular moment in a…
I am pleased to announce the first event from one of my other venture - Drinkup Training.
I would very much appreciate it if people could share this to friends etc. Me and Ash have begun scheduling training sessions in lots of subjects from Wordpress, to Aperture and Final Cut.
Uncover Online Trends is our first event where we will be looking at some of the most interesting and useful services and networks to have debuted in recent times.
For tickets and more info please go to
Join Ash and Brad, on May 1st, for an illuminating look at some of the webs most successful trends of the moment and how you can use to your own advantage. Whether your a web aficionado or someone with no knowledge at all, let them guide you through the whats hows and whys of making it on the web.
The Walls Project - London
The Walls Project in London organised by Global Street Art is over fifty areas highlighted for local and international artists to get busy with and create. Many of these spots are the facades of shops and their rolling shutters, a … Continue reading →
3D Printed Graffiti
3D Printing is something that will, at some stage, have a huge impact on our day to day lives. Until then, however, we can relish in the sheer genius and technical skill required in creating these sculptural public interventions … Continue reading →
Can You Guess The Medium?
Artist Erno-Erik Raitanan has created a series of work using a rather unconventional medium. The images or “Bacteriograms” are made by cultivating samples of bacteria on colour negative film. Heres what he has to say on the topic: … Continue reading →
Sh*t London Awards
Now there is a catchy title to a photography competition. We live in a wonderful city but like any megapolis it certainly has its fair share of grime and melancholy. The Sh*t London Awards seeks to share that misery. Take a … Continue reading →
Raphael Sketch Fetches Record £29.7m at auction
we are getting used to paintings fetching crazy sums of money over the past few years. Drawings, however, traditionally achieve modest sums in comparison. That is until along came a Raphael Drawing of an Apostle’s head at Sotheby’s on Wednesday … Continue…
Fine art consumption has begun to break out from its confines as a distraction for the upper classes and has become equally populated by consumers wishing to furnish their homes as well as invest in times when traditionally financial products … Continue…
Chewy Chewy Gum Gum
Some people chew it all the time, other people are repulsed by it. It is normally the bane of public instutions and costs millions to clean up every year. Chewing gum, then, is an odd choice of medium for … Continue reading →
Bryan Lewis Saunders – An experiment through Art & Drugs
Bryan Lewis Saunders is one brave man. He is an artist that has given his body over to the varying and potentially lethal effects of numerous drugs that are abused for recreational purposes. The project entitled “DRUGS” that he describes … Continue…
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