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Anna Harvey

13 August 2020

How to Use Live Painting to Organise an Unforgettable Corporate Event

All live corporate events seek to do one thing: inspire their attendees to take action. It is, however, difficult to strike a balance between engaging and informing. Too much of one will leave guests feeling like they’re at their aunt’s wedding, and too much of the other risks tempting them ...

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Anna Harvey

11 August 2020

Trends We Love: Street Art

Step 1: Rebel! Daniele Fratini, Fashion Punk Step 2: Immerse Yourself! Marius Marcu, Ocean Eyes Daniela Camuncoli, Blue Eyes Step 3: Mix it up! Vix Black, Untitled 02 Street Art Selection!

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Anna Harvey

04 August 2020

Collecting Art: Your Go-To Guide for Everything Artupia

We all hit a moment in our lives when we level up in adulthood. We find ourselves abruptly cured of the crippling FOMO that once infected our experience-hungry minds, favouring Saturday nights in, browsing through pastel-toned Le Creuset cookware sets and matching silicon egg washes that’ll never, ever get used. ...

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Anna Harvey

03 August 2020

5 Incredible Facts to Discover About Andy Warhol

Soup can painter extraordinaire and Marilyn Monroe Diptych maestro, Andy Warhol was a bright star of the 20th - century art world. Warhol , whose contributions to pop art were unparalleled, started his career in commercial advertising , drawing shoes for Glamour magazine . He would go on to ...

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Anna Harvey

31 July 2020

3 Ways Art Can Boost Your Hospitality Venue

The hospitality industry seeks to please by every means possible, and whether it’s haute cuisine, impeccable service or a wealth of amenities, the customer’s experience is paramount. With the devastating effects of Coronavirus on such a consumer-facing industry, many venues are seeking new ways to attract clientele. Although many hospitality ...

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Anna Harvey

30 July 2020

Trends We Love: Bohemian Daydream

Boho is for the travellers, actors, readers, dreamers and writers, or quite simply for those hoping to spruce up their homes! The bohemian lifestyle is all about the moment, living in the present, and celebrating those fleeting sentiments that fill our days. So if you’re look to embrace the unconventional, ...

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Anna Harvey

27 July 2020

Trends We Love: Gallery Wall

Creating a gallery wall is a highly-effective and simple way to add personality to your space, and make a room reflect who you are. The beauty of a gallery wall is that there is no one way to curate it, because it is an extension of your vision, tastes and ...

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Anna Harvey

24 July 2020

Trends We Love: Paintings Under €50

When making a house a home, or an office a motivational haven, nothing quite finishes a space like a piece of art. Art has been proven to make you more intelligent, whilst simultaneously relaxing our overworked neurons. The art market, however, has long been associated with high-profile auctions, intimidating galleries ...

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Anna Harvey

22 July 2020

5 Unique Facts to Discover About Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper’s gritty depictions of post-war America convey not only the zeitgeist of the Great Depression, but also 2020. We all, at one point or another, embodied an Edward Hopper painting during quarantine , reminiscing longingly of the days where Corona meant a lime wedge and buzz, and not the ...

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Anna Harvey

17 July 2020

Trends We Love: Portraits

Portraiture dates back to the maths -inventing, pyramid-building and medicine-experimenting days of ancient Egypt, where artists used portraits to depict the power and importance of their subjects. Although nowadays we’re constantly armed with the ability to photograph our subjects, t his doesn’t diminish portraiture’s potency in the contemporary art world. ...

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Anna Harvey

10 July 2020

How to AR: Your Go-To Guide for Everything Artupia

AR stands for Augmented Reality, and is a groundbreaking technology that allows users to superimpose an image onto their view of the real world through headsets or smartphones. “Why would I want to do this” I hear you cry? Well, because as consumers of art, experiencing a painting is paramount ...