Anul trecut am facut o postare asemanatoare cu foarte mare succes, iar spre surprinderea mea anul acesta am avut solicitari de la voi. Fiind designer m-am gandit sa va ofer cateva exemple pentru a va putea organiza ideile si blogul bineinteles 🙂
Cum se apropie primavara am inceput sa colind internetul in cautare de hainute ca deh! asa suntem noi, femeile, cum se schimba sezonul, cum gasim un motiv sa ne mai luam o bluzita, o rochita sau o pereche de pantofi. Tot intrand pe diverse site-uri am descoperit Choies un magazin online cu o varietate mare de hainute super frumoase si cu preturi mai mult decat decente! Evident ca nu m-am putut abtine si mi-am creat un wishlist. Daca esti curioasa ce se afla pe wishlist-ul meu, continua sa citesti!
Imi place sa ma trezesc devreme pentru a putea organiza ziua in functie de prioritati. Primul lucru dupa ce cafeaua este gata, iau agenda si verific notitele.
Diana Beltran Herrera is the talented artist behind these paper bird sculptures. Paper is her chosen medium and these fascinating bird pieces show us why! On her website she tells us that her works are based on photographs of real birds, and start out as a drawing in Adobe Illustrator to get dimensions and details. She then keeps the sketch, photograph and all the working process to help herself. Diana is based in Bristol and has an upcoming solo exhibition in Jakarta, Indonesia supported by the Embassy of Colombia in Indonesia and Cancilleria de Colombia en el Exterior.
Helene Meldahl // mirrrosme™ is a 26 year old, born doodler based in Norway and the U.S. She is known for her unique glass, and mirror -doodles. Her digital art has been recognized internationally, and described by Huffington Post UK as “The best thing on Instagram. Fact.”
Her website: mirrorsme.no
That’s pretty cool, no?
A Romanian artist managed to sell his painting for almost 2 million euros at an auction organized by the famous Sotheby’s auction house in London, UK. His picture, the “Fake Rothko” is one of the most famous contemporary pieces of art.
The painting is an oil canvas painted in 2010 and had been evaluated between GDP 250.000 and 350.000, so the record price achieved at the auction was a surprise.
The astonishing price for which Fake Rothko sold this week is the second record price to be paid for one of Ghenie’s artworks. In 2013 the artist set his first record when he sold one of his paintings worth $332.825.
As featured in a recent interview, Ghenie takes inspiration from his typical Romanian childhood, filled with images of his grandmother bringing livestock into the house during winter and his father, a dentist, working in the Secret Services during communism.
All these stories gave a certain maturity to Adrian Ghenie’s work, fascinating the audience and leading to the two record selling prices.
However, Ghenie claims all his paintings are not intended, but are mere accidents, painted in a fashionable unique way, by using a palette knife and stencils. In his own words, Ghenie claims that:”You cannot paint this with a brush. It’s simply the result of an accident. Everything is an accident. Very few things are actually painted.”
Ghenie, along with other Romanians, recently exhibited their works of art at Warsaw and the experience of growing up under the communist regime was clearly visible in the paintings. Like many artists in his generation, Adrian Ghenie had the courage to make his work known both locally, in his native country and on international level. Moreover, Romania is recently being acknowledged as a prolific medium for artists in all areas, painting being one of them.