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30 Jun, 2009

RCA Show 2: Communication Art & Design

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

Illustration by Elisabeth Manus, Communication Art & Design, RCA The Royal College of Art‘s SHOW TWO is on until 5 July, featuring work from the Animation, Design Interactions, Products, Textiles and Communication Art & Design courses. We had a look around the latter – here’s what caught our eye… Page Tsou‘s illustrations of toy guns are […]

30 Jun, 2009

Levi’s Go Forth

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

  Wieden + Kennedy Portland has launched a new campaign for Levi’s, titled Go Forth, which draws on the brand’s heritage as the quintessential American jeans.     The Levi’s brand has been incoherent in the last few years, having lost the strong position it struck in the 80s and 90s. Much of its recent […]

30 Jun, 2009

D&AD New Blood Part Two

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Part two of our round-up of D&AD’s New Blood graduate show, including a lovely film for Hewlett Packard from two Kingston students Matthew Robinson and Tom Wrigglesworth created this short film for HP, watch it at the D&AD site here Rose Blake, also from Kingston, created this lovely comic about David Hockney This poster for […]

30 Jun, 2009

D&AD New Blood Part One

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

D&AD’s New Blood showcase of graduate work opened tonight. As one of the judges, I got a good look before the private view crowds arrived. Here are a few projects that caught my eye Loved this twist on the venetian blind from Helena Karelson on the Product and Furniture Design course at Kingston University Lydia […]

30 Jun, 2009

Koons’ Popeye work goes on show

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

A major solo show by artist Jeff Koons, which features work from his Popeye series, is unveiled in London. Read the original article on the BBC

30 Jun, 2009

Constable ‘copy’ worth £500,000

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

A painting by John Constable is expected to sell for up to £500,000 – a year after it was valued by an East Sussex auction house at £500. Read the original article on the BBC

30 Jun, 2009

Lost in triangulation

Posted by: admin In: Guardian

At their best, Eva Rothschild’s sculptures have an otherness and cool humour. Her sideways glances at 1960s abstract sculpture are wedded to a calculated and eccentric use of form. Cold Corners has none of this magic. Maybe something got lost in the translation from idea to full-sized, factory-fabricated sculpture. Rothschild’s triangles form a relay, the […]

30 Jun, 2009

Sex and banality at Serpentine Gallery

Posted by: admin In: Guardian

Preview works from Jeff Koons’s Popeye series on the eve of his first major solo show in Britain Read the original post on Guardian Arts & Architecture

30 Jun, 2009

Live and wild with Gustav Metzger

Posted by: admin In: Guardian

The artist – and his workers – on why he is plunging 21 upended willow trees into concrete for his new installation at the Manchester International Festival Read the original post on Guardian Arts & Architecture

30 Jun, 2009

The battle for the Parthenon marbles

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Following the success of the newly opened Acropolis Museum, Greek officials are more determined than ever to retrieve their missing heritage. Helena Smith reports from Athens For as long as most Athenians can remember, the intersection of Makriyianni and Dionysiou Areopagitou streets was a nondescript place, the preserve of those bent on illicitly parking their […]


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