A Magazine Curated by Stephen jones

London-based milliner Stephen Jones guest edits Issue 12 of A Magazine Curated By, a Belgian bi-annual which asks a different designer to direct its contents each time it comes out.

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David Poppie’s Obsessions

Artist David Poppie seems to find inspiration in the little things. His recent work involves the reclaiming disposable objects in mass to create two and three dimensional works. Pieces can involve tea bags, matchbook strikes, plastic cutlery, etc. Fascinated by objects that are generally disregarded and ignored by the everyday people,

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Lucy Williams’ Assembled Art

Lucy Williams’ assembled artworks may appear to be paintings when you first glance at them, but paint has little to do with her art. The British artist creates 3-d collages of early modernist architecture. My favorite are her pool works, they illustrate the most dimension through the shadows and colors an best demonstrate the meticulous…


Damien Blottiere for Common & Sense Man

If you have not noticed thus far, I am a super fan of Damien Blottiere’s work. He does a seamless job at turning photography into pure art. We have seen this particular style of collage in several editorial shoot he has done in the past and I am still excited by it. Have a look…

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Aaron Wexler’s Paintings

I was really attracted to New York based artist Aaron Wexler’s collage work from first glance. Wexler’s work mixes painting with cut & paste techniques to result in beautifully abstracted pieces of work, which in my eyes would be really successful when translated to textile as well. This is what he had to say about…