Ads vandalised by poetry

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Tuesday 28 February 2012

Scottish artist Robert Montgomery sneaks about at night plastering his own stark poetry over billboard ads. Nice idea, though the cover-up is so flawless you might think the hijacked pieces are really ads themselves.

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Mysterious paper sculptures left in Scottish libraries

Elena Siff Erenberg Reader Find

By Elena Siff Erenberg in New Design on Thursday 23 February 2012

In Scotland, magical paper sculptures are being mysteriously left in libraries. These book objects are seemingly the work of one artist and we would all like to know who this talented and generous individual is. It is a mystery, albeit a very artistic one.

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Maths explains the origin of superhero characters

Zolton Contributor

By Zolton in New Illustration on Saturday 11 February 2012

I love the colours and simple reasoning in this clever series by Scottish illustrator Matt Cowen, which uses basic maths equations to explain how certain pop culture icons came to be.

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Charles Avery

Deanne Cheuk Reader Find

By Deanne Cheuk in New Art on Wednesday 23 November 2011

Scottish artist Charles Avery has created a brilliantly fantastical world populated with mythical creatures in his artwork.

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Heather Nevay

Zolton Contributor

By Zolton in New Art on Saturday 9 April 2011

Scottish artist Heather Nevay exhibits regularly at the Compass Gallery and Cyril Gerber Fine Art in Glasgow, and the Portal Gallery in London. She ‘uses symbolism to express ideas of heroism, weakness, fear and the shifting balance of human relationships’.

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Mark Bannerman

Jenn Porreca Reader Find

By Jenn Porreca in New Art on Thursday 21 February 2008

When I first saw the art of Ray Caesar, I thought to myself no other digital artist could compare. Then recently, I’ve started coming across myriad digital artists who prove that this truly is an artform. Last week, for example, I fell in love with the work of Mark Bannerman. His work is rendered so […]

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