Could this be The Most Colourful Art Exhibition London Has Ever Seen?

Naming something ‘The Most Colourful Art Exhibition London Has Ever Seen’ is the highest accolade a Rainbow Hunter like me could possibly bestow upon a gallery but I stand firm. ‘The Gently Explosive Art...

Neon Naked Life Drawing Online!

So here’s the thing. You’d never catch me at an ordinary life drawing class. No offence to life drawing fans but I tried it once, to double check, and it was exactly as I...

Everyone’s talking about the Neo Mint trend

There's trend forecasting and then there's trend forecasting so far in advance that it's almost scary knowing what's coming up...next year! Neo Mint isn't just going to be a shade that appears in fashion...

DIY Pop Art: How I painted my own masterpiece

I can’t remember at what age I first saw the iconic imagery of Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup tin but from then onwards it was love when it came to Pop Art. As a teenager...

One day I will own a kantha quilt…or five

I'm a quilt kind of girl. I even sleep with them in summer when others have swapped to light sheets and when I'm travelling if I don't have a quilt as part of my...

Truck Art Inspiration

Social media is brilliant! Our discovery of the day (thanks Twitter!) is this awesome Instagram account Pool_Patti, which features awesome items customised items inspired by Pakistani truck art. We want everything, especially this luggage. Talk about...

‘Out of The Blue’ 50 years of Designers Guild at Fashion & Textile Museum

"Being surrounded by good design is one of life's pleasures" - Trisha Guild Celebrating 50 Years of Designers Guild I'll never forget the time I discovered "Pattern" by Trisha Guild. An interior design book where every...

Holy Cow inspired money box

When I was in Pushkar, Rajasthan last year I spotted these donation boxes outside the temples, all handpainted with cows. I saw a lot of cows too. In fact one in particular had its...

Exhibition review: Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up – a celebration of style and...

Ever since the V&A Museum in London announced it was to host the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up there’s been an emergence of Frida inspired memorabilia popping up all over the place...

Slow looking at the Pierre Bonnard Tate Modern exhibition

Photo: Zoe Norfolk Last summer the Tate Modern announced it would be encouraging visitors to try ‘slow looking’, especially when it comes to their new The Colour of Memory exhibition by French artist Pierre Bonnard,...

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