Santa Strikes A Pose! ‘Santa Classics’ by Ed Wheeler

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   Despite Christmas-themed pieces being long overdue, I, who respect tradition — though sometimes from afar — thought that the season called for...

The genius of rejection

Failure can sting. It’s known, however, that some of the world’s artistic masterpieces are borne of pain. At some point in all of our lives,...

JR: He Is Turning the World ‘Inside Out’

French artist JR  prints his photographs in large scale posters and pasts them on urban surfaces all around the world, to draw people’s attention...

Lee Jeffries and the Homeless

Street artist Lee Jeffries photographs the homeless, his black and white images creating a sense of timelessness, carrying a strong social message and a new approach...

How has art documented this dark world?

Lawyers, police, judges, criminals – a significant portion of the world’s population has ended up either becoming or coming into contact with, at least...

Focus: Roy Lichtenstein

Siobhán Sullivan, Editor (Art)   Recently I have been examining the works  various  classic pop artists such as, Andy Warhol, Richard Hamilton and their use of mass...

The City of Diamonds honours Museums

Vaiva Seskeviciute, Correspondent (Art)   On August 3, 2013, 16 museums opened their doors in Antwerp, Belgium, for the ninth annual Museum Night. From 7 pm till 1...

Before I Die I Want To…

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   Before I die I want to go to the moon. Before I die I want to bathe in Nutella and strawberries. Before I die...

It’s in the genes: Chelsea Manning’s DNA Work

What a long way art has come. It’s been a part of the identity of the human race since we began. The Stone Age...

Raymond Briggs – The Snowman

Siobhán Sullivan, Editor (Art)   Continuing along the Christmas theme this week, I have decided to draw attention to the intricate heartwarming illustrations and animations, that have...