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Comporary Appropriation Pop

Before Andy Warhol was a famous artist in New York he was a respected illustrator.  His work creating trendy, brightly colored advertisements for companies such as Brillo and Campbell’s Soup were not far removed from the work of well respected artists from previous eras such as Mucha’s intricate Art Nouveau posters or Toulouse-Lautrec’s post-impressionist advertisements.  77 more words

Digital Collage

Pin-Ups and Downs

As an amateur artist and a straight male, I’ve always had a soft spot, as it were, for pin-up illustration.  There are the classic Esquire… 548 more words


The Mucha Museum is one of Prague's great little treasures

This small museum is dedicated to the work of Alphonse Mucha, a master and pioneer of Art Nouveau. 

You’ve probably seen the work of Alphonse Mucha, even if you don’t recognize the name. 462 more words


Poppies in Art

Inspired by my mini-series Spring in Serracines, which is where we now live, I wanted to see how many artists had chosen to draw… 170 more words


Mucha at the V&A

My first post is to show one of my projects that I loved producing. This is a poster to advertise for Mucha, an art nouveau artist that I love, the biggest thing was trying to stick to the brief that called for no imagery to be used. 21 more words


The Deltiologist - Incomings and Outgoings

Some weeks there are just too many good postcards coming through. I think i’ll eventually have to make an online flickr or something with a record of all the cards I have received. 186 more words



‘Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old.’   Franz Kafka 143 more words