The Origins of Branding and Design

Wiener Werkstätte The group of the Wiener Werkstätte was founded in 1903 by Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser . These artists and craftsmen were very much inspired by the ideas of Art & Craft and Art Nouveau  (Jugendstil) movements that were made to be used or seen in our everyday lives and made the link with the […]

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Banksy’s Call To Arms

DO THEY OWE US A LIVING?   Yes They Fucking Do! Banksy is an anonymous English street art Artist and activist who has become a cult hero for his anti-establishment and rebellious artwork. Unlike someone who stays in his house all day drawing comics and watching Simpsons’ reruns, Banksy is a REAL artist who challenges the status quo, […]

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Weapons of Unique Creation

Bull Shotgun Paintings During his later years in Kansas, Burroughs developed a painting technique whereby he created abstract compositions by placing spray paint cans in front of, and some distance from, blank canvasses, and then shooting at the paint cans with a shotgun. These splattered canvasses were exposed in various Galleries during the early 1990s.  In an interview with […]

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Nicoletta Ceccoli

Beautiful Nightmares “One of the characteristics of the dream is that nothing surprises us in it. With no regret, we agree to live in it with strangers, completely cut off from our habits and friends.” ― Jean Cocteau  Nicoletta Ceccoli is a San Marinian Artist who is known for her richly detailed, dreamlike work. She […]

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Keith Richards by Victor Bockris

Half a Century Through the Eyes of Keith Richards A review by Tobe Damit Of course, as a dedicated fan of the Stones, I had previously read Richard’s acclaimed autobiography Life. An autobiography has the undeniable advantage to come straight from the horse’s mouth and yes, it gave me a unique intimate input about how the […]

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Iconic Set Design

The Shining’s Overlook Hotel The Shining’s Overlook Hotel remains one of the most disturbing locations in horror. Let’s looks over its history, and how it tells Kubrick’s story… Cinema is full of set designs so beautiful, you almost wish you they were real. Fritz Lang had vast chunks of city built forMetropolis. Joseph Mankiewicz nearly brought […]

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BLEAK

BLEAK I think the press and the politics play a way larger part than they should in the judiciary system. The majority of people don’t stop to read in between the lines or take the time to really form an opinion og their own but instead buy the whole opinion of a journalist or a […]

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