Category: Inspiration

INSPIRATION: Extraordinary Abstract Artist, Victor Pasmore

Victor Pasmore was one of the greatest British abstract artists of the 20th century. Born in 1908, he was educated at Harrow and the Summer Fields School, influenced by Impressionist painters, painting

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: Sir Ken Adam, Production Designer Extraordinaire

“As the sixties approached I felt very strongly that my designs had to be bigger than life, slightly tongue and cheek, but also reflect the time that we were living in.” –Ken

INSPIRATION: 25 Years of Pixar

  http://www.juxtapoz.com/Evan-Pricco/A-Pixar-25-Years-of-Animation-preview-at-Oakland-Museum-of-California The Pixar Story If you haven’t seen this documentary you really need to see it. Thoughts? Rose Lagacé | @artdepartmental

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Car Design in Film & TV

One of the things I notice most while watching movies and tv shows is film car design- the cars the characters drive. They say a lot about the time period and social

INSPIRATION: A Tiny Apartment Transforms into 24 Rooms

I just saw this the other day for the first time through @lisalagace and I was in awe. Such smart use of space. It made me ponder the amazing amount of possibilities within

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,

INSPIRATION: Photorealism

“Photorealism is the genre of painting based on using the camera and photographs to gather information and then from this information, creating a painting that appears to be very realistic like a