Vibrant New Scottish Currency Illustrated with Influential Women and Abundant Wildlife
March 11, 2020

During the last four years, the Royal Bank of Scotland launched a democratic project to capture what one collaborator termed “the more ordinary aspects of Scottish identity including otters, midges, mackerel and tweed.” The result is Fabric of Nature, a series of recently released banknotes that feature illustrated wildlife and portraits of some of Scotland’s most influential women. This week, the third installment of the project was released, presenting a new £20 note featuring a pair of bushy-tailed red squirrels. More Continue reading

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“Les Sources” by Nicolas & Jean Jullien
February 19, 2020

See more images below or on display from February 20 until March 28. For some time now, we’ve known how much the Jullien brothers have in common: a quirky passion for science-fiction, haemoglobin and aliens… a shared universe that allows them to create in unison a multifaceted range of pro- jects. From their early collaborations … Continued Continue reading

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A Fleet of Magnificent Paper Aircraft by Zim & Zou Heads for an Unknown World in ‘Exodus’
January 28, 2020

These intricate paper ships crafted by Zim & Zou (previously) form a collective perpetually in search of alternate realities as part of “Exodus.” From their layered propellers to their waving pennants, the bright pink, blue, and purple aircraft are constructed entirely by hand. Each body displays multiple geometric patterns created with cut and stacked paper that match the rest of the fleet. The Dordogne, France-based artistic duo calls this personal project “an ode to travel. More Continue reading

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Art Nouveau Oasis
August 28, 2015

Oasis of thought in a desert of aspiration Can you guess the source of inspiration which launched this creation from within an art nouveau tapestry? Take me to the face that you show where everyone knows it is not OK. … Continue reading

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