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Mixed media artwork printed on a beautiful, firm Munkenpapier 240g. The paper is mirror-free, has inclusions and a slightly rough, cream-white surface. Available numbered/signed in a number of 30 copies. This picture is digitally hand drawn. Optionally also available on canvas, unframed. Supplied with an overhang of 10 cm to the frame. The picture is still available as original, the quoted price is a guideline for the size. For other dimensions or pressure on Alu-Dibond please inquire.
Vibrant Illustrations To Let Your Mind Wander — Smashing Magazine
On days when things don't seem to go as you'd like them to and inspiration is at its lowest, it's good to take a short break and go outside to try and **empty your mind**. That always seems to be the best remedy for me, especially whenever I jump on my bike and go for a short ride. Now the time has come to enjoy these moments even more as the spring season finally starts to show up in nature. We're starting to see green leaves on the trees again, and every morning I wake up to the sounds of…
These are the Key Points of the Bauhaus Manifesto | Widewalls
Walter Gropius created the Bauhaus in 1919, and immediately printed four pages of a teaching program. The Bauhaus Manifesto and its key points were born.
Bauhaus: Ninety Years of Inspiration — Smashing Magazine
Leaning away from the old Gothic architectural styles of Germany, Bauhaus exhibited a more simplistic approach. Modernism left out the decorative ornaments and trims which had no functional purpose. The new designs showed you can have style and cost effectiveness all in one.
Remembering my friend, Klaus Nomi
This post comes from the Dangerous Minds archives and was originally published on August 8th, 2010, the 27th anniversary of Klaus Nomi’s death. I met Klaus in the fall of 1977 in the lobby of the Cinema Village after a midnight screening of Eraserhead. We struck up a conversation about the movie and immediately hit it off. Wearing a black leather jacket, black jeans, black lipstick, black eye shadow and jet black, slicked back, widow-peaked hair, Klaus looked like an elegant punk vampire…