Joana Vasconcelos, Crochet Bull
With an exhibition by one of our favourite artists Joana Vasconcelos now open at the Haunch of Venison in London, we have taken a look at some recent art and design that embrace the vintage art of Macramé, crafts and folk art. Looking at vintage crafts from a low-fi aesthetic with make do and mend connotations to them now being seen in some of the most innovative premier interiors, design shows and galleries.
Posted in Art, Culture, Design, Furniture, Interiors
Tagged 80's design, Art, chintzy, contemporary, crafts, crochet, Ernesto Neto, folk art, installation, Joana Vasconcelos, Josh Blackwell, macramé, nouveau, plastic bag art, Soho House Berlin, Tomas Sareceno, your studio design
A look what has been of interest this week including art, architecture, deign and graphics:
A freelance illustrator from Hackney, accommodating both slick computer arts with a folk style and a retrospective for the 70′s. She combines found images with illustrations and a collage hand-drawn graphic style of art.
Posted in Architecture, Art, Design, Fashion, Furniture, Graphics, Interiors, Product design
Tagged ARM Architects, Chrissie Abbott, Danny Treacy, David Restorick, Joana Vasconcelos, Little Boots, Melbourne, Roger Hiorns, Studio Output, The New Theatre, Zaha Hadid