Tejal Patni — ‘In Love With Fashion’

The bold and imaginative creations of the fashion world through the surreal lens of Tejal Patni  In recent years, fashion has been transformed into more...

Art in practice: pen

A pen can produce some fantastic artwork. It gives you the chance to work in the kind of detail that’s difficult when using paints, as...

Creating an impression with Edgar Degas

Over the years, different genres of art have emerged. These genres include Remodernism, a revival of the original Modernist artwork which regards itself as...

Futurism: moving forwards to new art

All the time, we are moving forwards in our lives. Each one of us is making our way into the future, in both the...

‘Fairy Tales, Monsters and the Genetic Imagination’

  Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   There is even a story about the first of stories. With fairy tales being mostly told to children, one might forget their...

‘Matchmakers’ By Daniel Nyari

A New York City-based illustrator and Graphic Designer, Daniel Nyari's works from the 'Matchmakers' series are a blend of geometrical elements in a splash...

Why I love the works of Quentin Blake

When some artists apply themselves to each project they face, they don’t seem to be able to put a foot wrong. Their creativity and...

The tragic tale of Edvard Munch

Many people who have achieved significant fame in their career of choice have an achievement that they are particularly well known for. It’s this one notch...

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...

Performing the Miraculous

Dutch performance artist, Bas Jan Ader, performs his final art. When something is 'performed', it usually implies that someone is watching, i.e. there is an...