Artist Richard Woods has a D.I.Y sensibility, in fact his new show at Alan Cristea Gallery in London is called just that. D.I.Y. We have had a mini love affair with Woods since creating pieces for Paul Smith’s space in Tokyo.
People around the world have been relying on Vogue for education on style, art, and life for over one hundred years, so it is only fitting that they now have extended their services into the realm of higher education, at the newly opened Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design.
I had the chance to be invited by the Bulgari team on a wonderful trip between Rome, Bern and London, where we finished in the pristine Bulgari Hotel & Residences in the heart of Knightsbridge. After experiencing the glitters of Bulgari in Rome and the technical watch factory
Roy Lichtenstein, Whaam!, 1963 Tate. © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein/DACS 2012 In the first comprehensive account of his art since his death, Lichtenstein: A Retrospective at London’s Tate Modern is a true homage to the dynamic work of the pop art pioneer.
It’s a work day for Sarah Parker, and she is knee-deep in paper, glue, and half drunken cups of tea. While this East London-based creative may have studied primarily with pen and pencil, graduating from Illustration at the University of Brighton, she is most known and