Line art is the inner tendency to be on top

Line drawings and abstract art are gaining more and more importance in the world of interiors. Inspired by the great artists Matisse and Picasso, a growing number of brands are designing homeware and furniture that deviate from standard (and rather staid) stripes and florals, instead using flowing lines, negative space and expressive forms. The distinctive style is simple yet impactful, …

The Duchess of Cambridge told children to take fewer photos

The Duchess of Cambridge’s children keep telling her to “stop taking pictures”. Catherine, 39, is raising Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, with her husband Prince William, and she revealed the trio are all complaining about taking so many photos of them for herself. memories. Speaking to promote her ‘Hold Still’ photography project, the Duchess – …

Photographs that bring the past to the present

Dutch artist Jasper de Beijer skillfully uses game modeling software, precise drawings and scrupulously detailed models. He has a theatrical flair, an overflowing imagination and a passion for the historical research necessary for the construction of unusual paintings, which he photographs with a digital camera, making small prints. While photography was once meant to capture the truth of a moment, …

Relevance of photographs and drawings to forensic medicine

In forensic work, photographs and drawings are indispensable. They give more information than several pages of text. When inserted into the autopsy protocol, they provide an objective record and add tremendously to the weight given to forensic testimony. PHOTOGRAPHS Photographs should be taken of all potentially important medical evidence that can be photographically recorded. It is always better to take …

Tré Seals wants to diversify the design by typography

Seals created the Vocal Type Foundry – which draws inspiration from past protest movements – in hopes of celebrating the creatives of color. Through Henri wong January 27, 2021 11:35 April 19, 2021 14:42 “Everyone discovered Vocal Type at the same time,” says Tré Seals, recalling the summer 2020 racing events. “Part of me felt like it wouldn’t be a …

Shirley-based online art exhibition opens on Friday

SHIRLEY – “What’s Old Is New Again” is the theme of an online group show called “Under the Bed”, in which artists have selected their favorite work. Participating artists include CM Judge, Ruth Nelson, Sue Norton, Helen Obermeyer Simmons, Joanne Stowell, Carolyn Todd, Susan Wadsworth and Elsa Voelcker. The exhibition opens on Friday January 15, 2021 and originates from the …

Launched a new free digital guide to help you explore The Line Art Walk.

The Line Art Walk has launched a new free digital guide to help explore public art, nature and heritage along the 3 mile route. Available for free Bloomberg Connect app in the Apple Store and google play, the guide offers a dynamic new way to explore the East London Walk. Bloomberg connects Brings The Line to Life: Audio introductions from …

George Mackie obituary | Typography

Typography, when done well, is an invisible profession. No one understood this better than book designer George Mackie, who died at the age of 100. He brought artistic sensibility and artisan care to his work, but never forgot that his main goal, “the pleasant readability of continuous text”, as he puts it, is seldom enhanced by stylistic flourishes. . He …

The complete retrospective of the ingenious Japanese master of three-dimensional typography

In the mid-1970s, the designer began a decade-long prolific exploration of the possibilities of the 3D type with his early experiments with axonometric lettering appearing on magazine covers, posters and record covers – drawing inspiration from avant-garde typography from the 1920s. but rendered again as bold sculptural letters. It was in fact Graphis, the first Swiss design magazine, which first …