Wednesday, 14 September 2011
Tuesday, 13 September 2011
Monday, 12 September 2011
Monday, 30 May 2011
Saturday, 26 February 2011
'It was at the end of year exhibition in the Royal Academy that Simon Burstein noticed the raw and expressive large scale art works of the London College of Fashion illustration graduate Beatrice Boyle. Working very organically, deconstructing to create something new, Boyle creates exhibition in the Royal Academy that Simon Burstein that are printed upon her wares.'
BAMBOO T-SHIRT WITH HOWL RED HEAD PRINT.........!
Friday, 25 February 2011
I am a firm lover of taxidermy. There's something incredibly hostile about it that really attracts me, as a result I have decided to rework this post slightly. It is currently the most popular blog post I have done to date! So I thought it possibly deserved a bit of love as looking back it was possibly also the one of which I used least effort. Hence the prior minimal amount of text,,,,,,
I am still in love with these. If these were wearable and available to buy, it would make me very happy.
(although a purchase is doubtful, for a reason you will see below :-| £$£ )
They are incredibly controversial. And incredibly amazing.
I think the heal is incredible, taxidermy and a gun. A match made in heaven.
These make me think of Iris as a bit of a Banksy of the taxidermy world.
This is an extract from an recent article by The Daily Mail
'This bizarre range of shoes may make the owner feel like they have one foot in the grave.
Crafted from dead animals, Iris Schieferstein's outlandish designs fetch up to £3,900 and have proved a hit with extreme dressers such as Lady Gaga.
Some of the most controversial pieces include a pair of sandals sporting stuffed doves with their wings spread wide and a collection of heels fashioned from hollow horse hooves.'
Here's a new picture taken form The Daily Mails Website
'The German government once tried to put the artist in jail for her taxidermy art but, as she explains, her work gives life and reanimation to the creatures she uses.'
Check it out here.....
Don't forget to follow, comment and like Aesthetic Sousveillance on Facebook!
Thursday, 24 February 2011
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
Friday, 11 February 2011
Today I visited the Royal Academy of Arts in order to view a current exhibition by Eileen Cooper who is in-fact the Head of Print making at the RA Schools. She is exhibiting a number of previously unseen prints of which she has created using paint, fragments of drawings, linocut prints and Japanese papers.
They are rather experimental but are also very interesting and definitely I think worth a look!