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Michael Sole Painting
Friday, 23 October 2020 / Published in RAD Friday
As Lockdown II looms, I’m feeling surprisingly sanguine. Although we had to cancel 4 art exhibitions this year, and we’ve certainly had a decline in certain areas, our Art Advisory is going really well…! Truth is that everyone’s exhibitions were cancelled, so there is a lot of amazing art out there, languishing in studios, and some great deals, across the market. So this week I’m sharing news from the Art Gallery, including WHY the company is evolving, in the Daydream below.
Mario Henrique Painting
Friday, 16 October 2020 / Published in RAD Friday
This week I invite you to watch Mario Henrique turn a blank canvas into a piece of art. Beyond simply painting, he uses a knife, a sanding rock, masking tape, and throws the paint with abandon. Its really cool. For the ADD among you, fast forward to 2 mins in.
Paul Wright Painting
Saturday, 10 October 2020 / Published in RAD Friday
Its always nice to get some press. Our work was recently highlighted by Hello! Magazine and the Culture Diary. Whilst its nice to get external recognition, its more important to me that I’m proud of what we do. I’m pretty sure most of our work will survive me – it’ll be in your life after I’m dead.
Nick Veasey Artwork
Friday, 18 September 2020 / Published in RAD Friday
Some photography is poaching an egg; only the best will get it right, whereas other shots are scrambling an egg; anyone can get very good. On this theme, I share some extraordinary Fine Art Photography in both the Reveal and Artwork sections. And in my Daydream section I share some inspiration for those who want to improve at the basics.
Linco7n Painting
Friday, 11 September 2020 / Published in RAD Friday
I have a confession to make – I’m a nerd. Whereas some artists never seem to read or study creativity itself, I find the topic utterly fascinating. Perhaps it’s my engineering background – when going to college my parents said I’d never make a living in the creative world, and since I was good at mathematics, I studied engineering.
McKay Williamson Graphic Design
Friday, 04 September 2020 / Published in RAD Friday
As the kids go back to school, my mind turns to the refreshing spirit of autumn. I know that, theoretically, the leaves are about to fall – the metaphor is one of ebbing not flowing. But I’ve a winter-y soul. For me the autumn is a time of renewal.
Georgie Mason
Friday, 28 August 2020 / Published in RAD Friday
The last eight weeks have been a whirlwind, with exciting new projects born from clients’ ‘flights of fancy’, which we’re pioneering together. What’s the point of having a ‘personal creative agency’ if you can’t challenge us!?
Compilation Video
Friday, 02 December 2016 / Published in Filmmaking, Hints & Tips
Most of us think of home video as a chore. We’re obliged to do it, it’ll be rubbish anyway, and our energy reflects this expectation. But we love a good film!
Friday, 02 December 2016 / Published in Filmmaking, Hints & Tips
Most of us think of home video as a chore. We’re obliged to do it, it’ll be rubbish anyway, and our energy reflects this expectation. But we love a good film!
vintage-camera
Friday, 02 December 2016 / Published in Filmmaking, Hints & Tips
Most of us think of home video as a chore. We’re obliged to do it, it’ll be rubbish anyway, and our energy reflects this expectation. But we love a good film!
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