The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is premiering the first ever exhibition on the work of French creator Thierry Mugler, an original cultural force who revolutionized fashion and haute couture.
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This is a vintage glass lantern slide of a river in Florida, circa 1930. While posting to another blog I curate, it struck me how much these slides can look like paintings, including the rowboat image below.
What a great set of drawings to browse, the wonderful, styled art of illustrator Leni Kauffman. She does buildings, people, food, travel and also a separate illustrated fashion blog. That’s her fantasy roof garden, above.
Erin Armstrong is a figurative painter on the rise, identified by Saatchi Art in 2014 as one of the world’s 20 emerging artists to watch. Represented by Toronto’s Bau-Xi Gallery, known to have an eye for identifying talent, Armstrong opens a solo show there March 7.
Yes, trust your eyes. That’s a tiger, made from flowers, by the ever inventive Montreal artist and designer Raku Inoue. A previous Art Junkie post on Inoue showcased his use of Polymer clay to make 3D designs. This time, he uses flowers to create tigers, owls, beetles and […]
Renowned children’s author and illustrator Maurice Sendak created this tabletop cow, illustrated with figures from his Where the Wild Things Are. It was done as part of an international public art exhibit, the Cow Parade staged in New York, Chicago and Zurich. Although he was invited to decorate […]