Category Archives: Art

Cartoon Style; Kazuo Hozumi

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: The pictorial history of the Ivy League look is a drawn one, and from the old Brooks catalogues and H.I.S ads to Mr Slowboy’s Instagram, menswear drawing continues to make it’s fanatics

Cartoon Style; Kazuo Hozumi

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: The pictorial history of the Ivy League look is a drawn one, and from the old Brooks catalogues and H.I.S ads to Mr Slowboy’s Instagram, menswear drawing continues to make it’s fanatics

A Love Supreme

After the embarrassing madness of the first SS17 drop at Supreme London on Thursday, I thought it would be wise to revisit the reason Supreme was great and, really, still is great.

A Love Supreme

After the embarrassing madness of the first SS17 drop at Supreme London on Thursday, I thought it would be wise to revisit the reason Supreme was great and, really, still is great.

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82 Portraits and 1 Still life; David Hockney at the RA

We’re spoilt by David Hockney when it comes to portrait work. His moving studies of the relationships between his friends and family in the 1970s and his stylistically experimental and expressive 1980s portrait work seem to have created a critical

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82 Portraits and 1 Still life; David Hockney at the RA

We’re spoilt by David Hockney when it comes to portrait work. His moving studies of the relationships between his friends and family in the 1970s and his stylistically experimental and expressive 1980s portrait work seem to have created a critical

Pop Goes the Easel

This is a very well known but none the less great 1962 BBC Monitor documentary charting he British Pop-Art movement as it was in 1962. I’ve always kind of thought English pop-art was a bit more interesting than American; American pop-art

Pop Goes the Easel

This is a very well known but none the less great 1962 BBC Monitor documentary charting he British Pop-Art movement as it was in 1962. I’ve always kind of thought English pop-art was a bit more interesting than American; American pop-art

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Richard Diebenkorn at the Royal Academy

Richard Diebenkorn is one of those absolute masters of colour. The exhibition, a chronological cataloguing of his Albuquerque, Urbana, Berkeley and Ocean Park series’, captures his continual mastery of turning his surroundings in to colour and then in to feeling. The early

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Richard Diebenkorn at the Royal Academy

Richard Diebenkorn is one of those absolute masters of colour. The exhibition, a chronological cataloguing of his Albuquerque, Urbana, Berkeley and Ocean Park series’, captures his continual mastery of turning his surroundings in to colour and then in to feeling. The early

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Fairfield Porter

It was the kitsch, old-world waspy-ness that grabbed me first. To focus on this though is to condemn the work of Fairfield Porter as Pop-Art and that would just never do. Porter saw himself as more Impressionist than Abstract Expressionist (much of his time

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Fairfield Porter

It was the kitsch, old-world waspy-ness that grabbed me first. To focus on this though is to condemn the work of Fairfield Porter as Pop-Art and that would just never do. Porter saw himself as more Impressionist than Abstract Expressionist (much of his time