Bringing a sense of expression to any art form is a difficult task. Especially when using static, hard materials that are rigid and don’t generally lend themselves to being manipulated in an expressive way. Hungarian artist Bence Magyarlaki has took on the challenge! His interest in architectu
I was looking for flowing shapes and something bright and much to my pleasure came across the work of Hungarian Illustrator and artist Anna Kövecses who resides in Cyprus.
Mr Breuer isn’t exactly a stranger to our archive, these modernist designers always seem to crop up again and again with their classic timeless designs, ones that I’m extremely envious of. Take for example these plywood furniture pieces by Marcel sourced from his ever growing digital archive, it
Marcel Breuer Wassily Chairs and Laccio Tables. On May 3rd the Barbican in London will be holding an exhibition titled Bauhaus: Art as Life which looks at the modern worlds most famous art school. It will feature a rich array of design, sculpture, painting, architecture, film, photography, textiles