Go minimalist these holidays with a nativity set of wooden blocks

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Products on Friday 28 November 2014

London-based designer Emilie Voirin has put an end to the debate about what Jesus Christ and his family looked like. It’s an age-old debate that has one population stating he was blonde haired, blue eyed (yeah right), and another saying he was more olive skinned with darker features.

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Three hundred year-old statue of Christ is revealed to have a mouth full of real human teeth

Milo Sumner Contributor

By Milo Sumner in New Trends on Tuesday 12 August 2014

The Lord of Patience, as this three-foot tall icon is known, is a centrepiece for worship at the Church of San Bartolo Cuautlalpan in Mexico. At first glance, the statue of Christ is very similar to many other religious icons, and it was only during a recent restoration project that researchers at Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History discovered a hidden secret within the 18th century object.

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The Blessed Event: oil paintings by Mark Maggiori

Mareike Muller Contributor

By Mareike Muller in New Art on Friday 24 May 2013

When checking out Mark Maggiori’s art, it takes you by surprise to hear that he’s French because his work feels so American. His edgy, brutally honest photographs go wonderfully with the paintings in his series, The Blessed Event, which asks the question: what would happen if Jesus was living with us? This is a pretty […]

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New issue of Eclectix: devoted to religious art and culture

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By Artpusher in New Art on Tuesday 20 December 2011

Eclectix has just published their new issue, Iconic, full of religious related art and culture, along with a mesmerizing group exhibition of all things related to God and Goddesses, altar art, pagan, shrines and religious imagery. Some holy and some un-holy, crossing all spiritual boundaries with artistic fervor.

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