Escher was an artist is the early-mid 20th century with interest for mathematics. His infinite staircases are probably most famous among his drawings. By playing with perspective and […]
Valerie Hegarty’s work is often wrought and depictive of destruction and ruin. Gilbert Stuart’s ‘Washington’ or ‘Landsdowne portrait’ was famously saved from the White House as it was burned down […]
I first came across Wim Delvoye’s work at the Louvre last year. Suppo, a tower of twisted Gothic architecture stands in the entrance pyramid for the museum.
I remember buying a geode when I was younger, a small dusty grey rock which I took home to crack open to find out what was inside. I was unfortunate […]
Chinese street artist DALeast has just finished a tour of London for his project ‘Dare Wall’. His work is immediately distinguishable by his signature wire figures. His understanding of form, […]
In my previous post I promised something special from Michael Grab. His ‘Gravity Glue’ art really is special and uses just gravity to balance towers of rocks and with some […]
Welcome to my 50th post on WordPress, I’ve really enjoyed writing these posts over the last 9 months am I’m very excited that you’ve enjoyed reading them too. I now […]