Category Archives: Art

Until Water Grasps Flame (words from Keiji Haino)

Ink on paper inspired after seeing Nazorani perform.

Black: Implication Flooding (words from Keiji Haino)

Ink on paper.

So, black is myself (words from Keiji Haino)

Ink on paper.  

Duidao // Tête-bêche

“The first work by Liu Yichang I read was Duidao. The title is a Chinese translation of tête-bêche, which describes stamps that are printed top to bottom facing each other. Duidao centres round the intersection of two parallel stories – of an old man and a young girl. One is about memories, the other anticipation. […]

THE POETRY OF LIGHT// MASSIMO LISTRI

                                            There is a role and function for beauty in our time. -Tadao Ando        

TONY DUQUETTE

Artist, designer of sets, films, jewellry & interiors.   “It’s a constant evolution. There is no master plan, no order. When I decorate a room, I work like an artist painting a canvas ~ I use pillows, Chinese lacquers, draperies and hangings to accent the basic arrangement. In the garden, I work in a similar […]

RETURN TO FORM

The following film is from the Dior archives, when John Galliano created this breathtaking HC collection,  SS2007. Malcolm Mclaren’s Madame Butterfly opens and closes the show, evoking a sense of nostalgia, fusing past and future. William Gibson comes to mind, in particular, Pattern Recognition, where he writes “The future is there… looking back at us. Trying […]

FRANCIS BACON FOLDED PORTRAIT

FRANCIS BACON FOLDED PORTRAIT

THE SPIRIT OF LIGHT…

•• THE SPIRIT OF LIGHT…         •• The spirit of light c.1931 linocut print on paper 31.5 x 13.3 cm sheet 52.2 x 32.2 cm     •• Born Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia 1894, died Melbourne 1954 Christian Waller was a printmaker, book illustrator and stained glass window designer. She trained at the […]

RRESTRICTED LOVE

  RESTRICTED LOVE Continuing her mission to merge latex-wear with high fashion, Atsuko Kudo took part in the Lingerie London show in aid of the Seven Bar Foundation. To compliment the delicate mood of the collection, which drew inspiration from the retro visions of Hong Kong in Wong Kar-wai’s ‘In the Mood For Love’, SHOWstudio […]