Pin this brooch to wear a piece of literature you’ve enjoyed reading

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in New Design on Wednesday 27 August 2014

You can now wear a piece of literature you’ve enjoyed reading, thanks to the crafty hands of London-based artist Sarah of House of Ismay. She has created decorative pins made from reclaimed wood covered with the worn out pages from many classic books. Each handmade brooch features the name of an important character or a well-known excerpt and quote, and they are then paired with relevant shapes.

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Paco Gorospe: the Picasso of the Philippines

Erin Emocling Contributor

By Erin Emocling in New Art on Wednesday 19 September 2012

Classics will always be classics. Today, even a decade after his death, the work of Paco Gorospe, also known as the Picasso of the Philippines, still resonates a form of ‘artistreet’. To celebrate his remarkable contribution to the Philippine art scene, 10 of his masterpieces will be revisited through a traveling exhibit, care of Transwing Kunst Gallery in Germany, between September and December.

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