Work in progress y’all!
Paul Signac (French, 1863-1935), Les Diablerets (L’Oldenhorn et le Bécabesson), 1903. Oil on canvas, 65 x 81 cm.
Richard Hughes - Neighbours3, 2013
styrofoam, jesmonite, acrylic paint
142.5 x 177 x 177 cm
New design to screenprint onto tote bag. 2 Colours.
Detail shot of a new risograph print, more info and photos to follow when I get hold of a better camera.
Yoko Ono and her failed mission.
Amongst my shift in attitude towards the art world in our current society, I occurred to me this week how art has for me become a gateway into politics. One such example of another artists attempt to promote against the politico is Yoko Ono. Her art is still widely exhibited and appreciated in the art world and beyond for her mission to preserve the memory of the last John Lennon and promote…
Can someone tell me?
How to get a bisexual girl or lesbian for experience/casual…..
Its not easy in the UK when you don’t live in a very alternative city.
Artist Frankie Strand
Frankie is one of our prime contributors at Nineteen Degrees. So far she completed a commission for us in Nottingham (ROFL Audio) and we displayed her works at Snibston Community Gallery. Frankie is a reliable and proactive artist always on the lookout for something up her street and wanting to do more to expose the public to her work. During her degree, Frankie has been a contributor to MUD,…
tarantino + uma thurman
kill bill: vol. 2, behind the scenes
The Beauty Of Wat Rong Khun Temple
Wat Rong Khun temple is unique in that it was built entirely in white with reflection triggering of luminous glass mosaic mirrors embedded in the white plaster. The temple is an idea Mr Chalermchai Kositpipat, one of Thailand’s most famous artists, who wanted to build a temple all in white to signify the purity of the Buddha. It’s a Buddhist temple located in Northern Thailand just outside the city of Chiang Rai. The artist continues to puts his religious beliefs and his desire to enrich Buddhism in Thailand into the design of contemporary art. Construction of the White Temple is Khun Chalemchai master work, which he described as an offering to the Buddha and his beloved country
This temple designed by the architect in 1997 by the former a former painter, Chalermchai Kositpipat, stunning temples are such that with a combination of traditional Thai architecture and surrealism or fantasy
"where is my ashtray
then all of a sudden two ashtrays come at you
its like a metaphor for life ” laughter