Photographer Takes a Surreal Twist on High-Fashion Portraits of Opulent Women

By Sara Barnes, Photographer Natalie Lennard, better known as Miss Aniela, offers an unconventional twist on editorial fashion portraits. The images are part of her ongoing series called Surreal Fashion, in which she crafts compositions that initially look like high-fashion spreads but have peculiar qualities once you look closer. A model’s divine blue gown, for instance, […]

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Award-Winning London Art Studies, The World’s First Online Arts Education Subscription Platform

by Joanne Shurvell, Contributor, London Art Studies is the world’s first online arts education subscription platform and it’s absolutely brilliant. It offers a quick, fun and easy way to learn about art and the art world through a series of short online art courses. For a modest monthly or annual subscription fee, subscribers are offered a […]

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Giant Painted Mural Looks Like a Double Exposure Photo on the Side of a Building

By Jessica Stewart, Spanish illustrator Cristian Blanxer recently completed a moving mural in Berlin as part of Urban Nation‘s One Wall project. Covering the side of a large housing block on the outskirts of the city, Blanxer’s painted mural appears like a piece of double exposure photography. A pedestrian moves within a narrow city street that opens […]

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Lovely Flower Murals Transform Ordinary Rooms into Spaces with Blooming Personalities

By Sara Barnes, Artist and illustrator Lilit Sarkisian adds blooming personality to otherwise ordinary rooms with her floral mural art. Working completely freehand on walls, she sketches larger-than-life blossoms, vegetables, and succulents that effortlessly flow across their designated spaces. Although they’re rendered in soft hues, they become a statement-making part of any room. For the artist, location […]

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Giant Head Sculpture Takes Over Rockefeller Center for Frieze New York

By Jessica Stewart, Renowned Spanish artist Jaume Plensa has brought his monumental public sculpture to Rockefeller Center. Plensa is one of 14 international artists displaying their work in the historic New York plaza as part of the inaugural Frieze Sculpture. Intended to open up a new space for discussion about the instability of our time, the event is an […]

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