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Posts Tagged: Art

Adventures of the Black Square

  • 23 January 2015
  • In blog

The Whitechapel Gallery’s newest exhibition is taking a trip through abstract art. Taking Kazimir Malevich’s 100-year-old painting of a black square as a starting point. The show presents four themes in chronological order including, ‘Utopia’ featuring Malevich’s black square and artwork from Vladimir Tatlin, the man behind The Monument to the Third International. ‘Architectonics’ introduces […]

When music and art combine

  • 13 January 2015
  • In blog

You may not be familiar with the name Hapshash and the Coloured Coat, but you will probably recognise the artwork. Graphic designer Michael English met Nigel Waymouth, artist and co-partner in what has since become known as London’s first psychedelic boutique, Granny Takes a Trip, at the height of the ‘swinging sixties,’ when a mutual […]

Centenary mural in Shoreditch

  • 19 December 2014
  • In blog

To commemorate the 100th anniversary street artists Sokar Uno, Zadok and Ninth Seal have created a modern interpretation on East London’s Shoreditch art wall of the Christmas Truce, the football match that occurred on Christmas Day in 1914 between British and German troops. Photography: Lefteris Pitarakis

Geo-Politics of Rotting Flesh

  • 9 December 2014
  • In blog

In a part of London where I grew up pedestrians had not only to contend with street traders’ discards but there was also a regular horse and livestock market with dealers trotting their beasts up and down the High Road presenting further dangers underfoot. At first sight Mustafa Hulusi’s recent work Pomegranate (2014) appearing on […]

Getting brief with Acne Studios

  • 22 October 2014
  • In blog

Jack was approached by Acne Studios to help promote the launch of their new range of low-key underwear for men and women. Creative Director Jonny Johansson’s passion for art, photography and fashion has led the company to its eclectic ranges and use of materials, and undoubtedly to the latest campaign being shot by the young […]

Mustafa Hulusi

  • 13 October 2014
  • In blog

Mustafa Hulusi is a British artist whose artwork depicting flowers and fruits play with the psychology of perception. Over the last few weeks his latest work showing decaying pomegranates have been spotted across East London. His work is available to view on display at The Saatchi Gallery and Max Wigram Gallery in London.

London Design Week

  • 12 September 2014
  • In blog

One of the things Jack Arts loves most about London is that it continues to give us fabulous things to see and do, while engaging communities through creative and inspiring events. If it wasn’t enough that London Fashion Week is taking place across the next few days, the London Design Festival also hits the city […]

Jack goes underground with Vans

  • 8 August 2014
  • In blog

JACK’s recent poster campaign sees us promoting the upcoming Vans project at the Old Vic Tunnels. House of Vans opens tomorrow and will see the brand going underground at five of the tunnels under Waterloo Station, playing host to the only indoor skate park in London, plus a cinema, music venue, art gallery, bars and […]

Northumbria invades London’s art world

  • 2 July 2014
  • In blog

A POP-UP street mural will launch a full-scale ‘London Invasion’ by Northumbria University, Newcastle, this week as stunning student designs take over one of the city’s central creative hubs. The street art installation, which will showcase current students’ work from Architecture, Art, Design and Media, is one of a series of guerrilla art invasions created […]

 
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