When art is all around us, what’s the best way of accessing it? While there are museums all over the country conveniently tucked in to our cities, there are some pieces out there that take a little effort to get to. That doesn’t mean you should give up on going to see some the UK’s most incredible works. Here are four pieces of art across the country you can only reach by car.
Cold days. Colder nights. Fires lit and glowing lights dotted all over the room. It’s a picture that’s all over the world. It’s a picture perfect way to describe Christmas in the evening.
Fire. Its the most powerful element in its ability to stun and entertain anyone willing to standby and spectate.
Comics have been a popular medium for artist for most of the last century. Almost everyone has at some stage read a comic and can name a number of comic book characters with ease.
Whereas our last post centred around stunning photos of large cities that are overgrown and overpopulated, there are places in the world there are devoid of life and have been abandoned.
The term ‘brand’ or ‘branding’ has somewhat negative connotations in the art world.
Sometimes an image can encapsulate more about a city than locals would ever admit to. Taking a dramatic image of a city relies on a number of variables.
For the last three years, the Experimental Food Society has showcased ways to make food look desirable in a completely ridiculous manner.
The world of print is a vast one and you can see examples everywhere from the world of business to advertising to art.
Halloween may have been and gone for another year but that doesn’t mean there aren’t people in the world who take dressing up very seriously.
Converse have been courting musicians heavily over the last decade as representatives for the brand. It’s not uncommon to see your favourite musician decked in a pair of chucks but it’s quite rare
It was common for newly married couples in the early 20th century to get a wedding portrait together.