Tag Archive: Art and Design

48 hours in Dusseldorf – Germany

I am not sure what happened during my visit to Dusseldorf I didn’t seem to have done anything. Plus my memory card got corrupted which means no good pictures. 😦 That it is… Continue reading

Veny and Victor – Grensi – Cool Indonesians

If you have not noticed yet, I love stationery (not stationary or standing still). I found Grensi whilst going through Illustrations, mainly for their illustrated stationery collection of Papua. What I love is… Continue reading

V&A – London Design Festival Hightlights

Each year at the London Design Festival there is always a big piece of art/design instalation. This year it is Crest by Zaha Hadid architects, situated in the John Midejski garden of the… Continue reading

Fenty Anggreta – Cool Indonesian Illustrator

It was a “ D’oh “ Homer-style moment, when I realise that instagram is where everyone seems to be. When I say everyone, I mean loads of Indonesian Cool Illustrators are. Obviously I… Continue reading

Felt + Art = Cornershop

The equation might not make sense, but it does. Warungs (Waa-roongs) in England are called cornershops. Because they are more likely to be on a corner of a road, or are so tiny… Continue reading

40 hours in Vilnius – Lithuania

In my previous update I said that Bucharest is my favourite European Capital city. Well, I think it is sharing place with Vilnius. Why? Vilnius is very pretty too. Plus it is got… Continue reading

Hepworth Wakefield Gallery – Yorkshire Sculpture tour part 2

Happy Sunday from Bucharest! Continue… From Yorkshire sculpture park, I took the same bus back to Wakefield which drops me right outside The Hepworth Wakefield Gallery. The UK have two major museums where… Continue reading

Yorkshire Sculpture Tour, England – Part 1

Of course on the day I decided to go to a sculpture park, the rain also decided to not stop and was invading Yorkshire for the day. It didn’t however stop me from… Continue reading

Mural Art in Greece -illustration

Murals, are one of those cool ideas that could really brighten up concrete and boring urban spaces. I really like  finding them in places. I am not a big fan of people squiggling… Continue reading

Happy Weird Friday 03

Evil Looking Sculpture made of horns, Polution Creator – by Kaisu Koivisto in Turku Ars Nova Gallery, Finland