Category: Art

Karen Knorr Photography

INSPIRATION: The Contemporary Photography of Karen Knorr

Karen Knorr is a London-based artist who photographs geographically diverse upper class interiors and pairs them with symbolic animal representations.

Mystical Landscapes AGO Exhibit / Eugene Jansson- Dawn Over Riddarfjarden

The Mystical Landscapes AGO Exhibit is Good for the Soul

The Mystical Landscapes AGO exhibit blows its previous exhibitions out of the water and transforms its gallery into a soulful exploration of life itself.

The Dance by Kathleen Munn

The Abstractions of the Obscure Artist, Kathleen Munn

In August of 2011, I went to the AGO here in Toronto for an exhibit on Abstract Expressionism before stumbling on the beautiful art of Kathleen Munn. The Rothko‘s at the Abstract

How to Feel Miserable as an Artist

Source: Canadian Illustrator, Keri Smith . Don’t do this to yourself. This may have been written for fine artists but I believe it translates to anyone in a creative field. A list

Diane Arbus photography

INSPIRATION: The Wonderfully Odd Lens of Photographer Diane Arbus

Photographer Diane Arbus was one of the finest artists of her generation casting her lens on working-class weirdoes, human anomalies, and what some might call ‘freaks’. Diane Arbus photography is lauded for her stylised yet naturalistic look at strange sights.

Inspiration: The Profound Abstract Art & History of Artist Victor Pasmore

The abstract artist Victor Pasmore had an extensive and diverse body of work, so there is no shortage of work to inspire you. Take a look at the life and art of the renowned British artist.

INSPIRATION: Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973) is one of the most well-known and prolific artists of all time, painting over 20, 000 pieces. Starting from a young age he always had immense artistic

INSPIRATION: Dentsu’s Sound Sculptures

Dentsu‘s ad campaign for Canon’s Pixma line of printers is truly phenomenal. They placed paint on top of a speaker, played a single note, and captured the results at thousands of frames

INSPIRATION: Floris Neusüss & Photograms

I stumbled upon Floris Neusüss’s photograms a little while ago and have been in love with them, and the concept of photograms ever since. This is one of the oldest known ways

INSPIRATION: Jean-Michel Basquiat & The Radiant Child

“Every line means something.” – Jean-Michel Basquiat A couple of weeks ago I had the extreme pleasure of watching Tamra Davis‘ documentary, Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child and a few days later,