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Fuck A Genre Festival V

LIVE at the Living Gallery, another Fuck A Genre production. I will be showing work, selling prints, and performing on Sunday!

Sign o' the Times

Isn’t it great when something that looks ‘arty’ turns out not to be art at all? A well-designed object that is anonymous and, yes, commercial is always much more genuine, and therefore much more moving, than one that comes with an ‘art-world’ pedigree attached to it. 530 more words

Writing

How I Annoyed The Fine Artist

.Another short tale about how I annoyed someone.

Annoying People

Kandinsky: Red rider

The featured art work to begin a few posts on Wassily Kandinsky should not be a 1901 Art Nouveau advertising lithograph for A.I. Abrikosov & Sons, Ltd. 148 more words

Commercial Art

A glimpse into Britain's changing consumer market: The Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising - Notting Hill, London

Housing around 12,000 items relating to Britain’s ever-changing consumer market, Notting Hill’s Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising is a glorious tunnel into design, commercial art and consumer history, revealing the way British people have experienced life and sustained themselves since the Victorian era. 336 more words

Life

Pentecost Greeting Cards

While in the US, Pentecost (or Whitsun) is only a church holiday and, as a consequence, only known to Christians, in Germany, where it is called “Pfingsten”, it is a public holiday and since the following Monday (called “Pfingstmontag”) is also a holiday, even non-Christians know it. 83 more words

Art