The vibrant, colorful and sleekly produced art of Jonathan Paul (aka Desire Obtain Cherish) satirizes contemporary consumerism using its own visual language. The LA based pop artist makes us think about the things we desire, playing a dual role as a critic and endorser. Whether its designer labels, prescription drugs or unhealthy food
Designer and art director Leta Sobierajski’s graphic, post-modern aesthetic is achieved through her use of multiple mediums and playful compositions. As the obsession with Memphis Group sweeps through the design industry, Sobierajski’s creations reflect the unconventional shapes and distinct 80s style defined by that period.
A great new exhibition is coming at the Fashion and Textile Museum of London. You may know that cubists and surrealists artists of the 20th century were sometimes implicated in Fashion and Textiles, this exhibition will highlight the link between great artists such as Picasso ans Warhol and some textile creations. […]
H&M‘s Spring Summer 2014 home campaign has a style for every interior personality. Including many of the seasonal trends in their latest collection, H&M hits on graphic minimalism, pop art color blocking, a bohemian romance, and the new modern vintage.
New York-based designer Christopher Lee Sauvé‘s Mad Maus series honors fashion and culture icons in playful, graphic caricatures and Mickey Mouse impersonations. A selected collection of 20 illustrations including Grace Jones, André Leon Talley, Grace Coddington and Lynn Yaeger launched as part of the Playground Break Exhibition at New York City’s Hotel Particulier.
Bringing our favourite super heroes to life, Netherlands designer Chung Kong takes his imagination elsewhere with his popsicle series. Escaping from his job as a creative director at an advertising agency, Kong creates his own artwork and eye watching posters on his website. Taking conventional subjects and giving them a vibrant polish, the latest ‘My […]
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.
Written by Guest Blogger Harmony Difo “Is this real? Or am I imagining things. Those strawberries must be real, they look too perfect and delicious not to eat!” These are the types of dreamy, irrational thoughts that floated across my mind as I stared longingly at the work of Pedro Campos,