It’s 2017 and we’re still reveling in the blissful innocence of a new year. Who knows what visions we will behold in this fledgling trip around the sun. We surely don’t. But, in the spirit of possibility, we’re rounding up three types of art we wouldn’t mind seeing more of 👀
First, or maybe, or at the very least, You’re likely going somewhere like this, where through the window, a lot of anticipation brews, and some version of festive home decor awaits (Thanks Mom), as well as an overwhelming number of these, and (hopefully) your favorite form of homey comfort. Because sooner or later, there will be a knock at the door. And from arms will tumble…
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Between a spirited olympics, political turmoil, losses, and victories, this year was one for the ages. As events transpired and hearts were pulled in every direction, artists around the world documented society one piece at a time. Take a look at the events and defining works of 2016.
See how artist Ian Berry uses blue jeans to ‘paint’ #Art #Denim
Layering your home is a lot like layering your art. Let us explain.
Our clothes, decorations, and even attitude may change with the seasons, but there are a few mainstays we appreciate for their year-round appeal. A good piece of art, for example, isn’t something you take up and and down with passing months. It’s a staple in any home, one I would argue, that gets even better over time. So, how is it possible…
Travelling with public transport has never been so colourful. Collaboration between the public transport and art could evolve into a very interesting and unexpected result. “Gallery on wheels” – is the name of the joint project of the Lithuanian artist Algis Kriščiūnas and local bus company in Kaunas (Lithuania) “Kautra”.