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Artist Crush: Bridget Riley

I have been obsessed with British artist Bridget Riley since I was 11. 

I remember going to The Tate Modern with my parents, and seeing a postcard of… 150 more words

rudeboys, gaultier and stripes

london is great for its wealth of exhibitions – there are so many free ones to see –   start off at the photographers gallery, move onto the… 64 more words

Art, Film, Music, Events And Exhibitions

"For me nature is not landscape, but the dynamism of visual ..."

“For me nature is not landscape, but the dynamism of visual forces.. an event rather than an appearance.
These forces can only be tackled by treating color and form as ultimate identities, freeing them from all descriptive or functional roles.” – Bridget Riley,painter… 11 more words


Interesting Op Art

I like the combination of the regular, repeated plant motif following the typical Op Art standard (in this case, a spiral) with the handdrawn white spiral, adding a slightly quirky, illustration style and more human feel in Yohei Yama’s… 205 more words

Colour Specimens: Bower Roebuck Real Colours

For some reason the exporting as jpeg on Photoshop has different colours to exporting on Illustrator. These are the real colours.

Colour Specimens

Colour Specimens: Bower Roebuck Altered Version

Still not quite finished. The colours need altering to be less garish – they weren’t on Illustrator but are as a jpeg. Will come back to this piece and necessary alterations. 306 more words

Colour Specimens

Artful Albums #3: (accredited to) Bridget Riley - Vertigo 'swirl'

Actually no-one knows who actually designed what became known as the Vertigo “swirl’.  But the logo for Vertigo records, a subsidiary of Phillips/Phonogram created in 1969 and in its heyday between 1969 and 1974, is so akin to Bridget Riley’s Op Art work that she’s widely accredited as the designer. 68 more words

Bridget Riley