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Anna Harvey

02 October 2020

Trends We Love: Futurism

Futurism was an art movement that began in the early 20th century, where it sought to capture the century’s turn into an epoque of dynamism, modernity and speed. The Futurists, much like your latest Reddit thread, were well-versed in all the freshest developments in science, technology and philosophy. The futurists ...

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Anna Harvey

31 August 2020

Art is Served! How Art Keeps Customers Returning to Establishments

There is nothing quite like an inspiring artwork to whet the appetite and enhance the dining experience, but why is this exactly? Pairing food and art isn’t a novel concept, but it’s such an effective combination because they both appeal to the senses. While dining, clients have that rare gift ...

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Anna Harvey

25 September 2020

Five Fascinating Facts about Mark Rothko

Despite his turbulent start in life, Rothko would become one of the most significant painiters of the post-war period. His blatant refusal to mimic nature and instead reduce matter to planes of vibrant colour, paved the way to monochrome painting. Here are five things you should definitely know about Mark ...

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Anna Harvey

23 September 2020

App Update: Artupia 6.5 Combines Innovation and Accessibility

Back in July, Apple fiends across the world gathered around their screens to watch Tim Cook and co unveil the much-anticipated features of the world-favourite, fruit-based brand. WWDC 2020 provided a fresh perspective in not only being completely online, but with its introduction of iOS 14 which looks brand new ...

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Anna Harvey

13 August 2020

Adapting to Coronavirus: Heighten Customer Experience with Live Paintings

COVID-19 has inundated not only lives with restrictions and anxiety, but businesses have been forced to adapt to these uncertain times. When it comes to customer experience in the time of Coronavirus, satisfaction isn’t what it used to be. Customer care, experience and journeys not only need to provide a sense of trust and loyalty, but also care, concern and above all, connection.

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Anna Harvey

10 September 2020

Trends We Love: Monochrome Magic

A monochromatic interior doesn’t have to look like a tribute to James Bond’s sleek, secret service chamber, nor does it have to resemble a Scandinavian boutique. Monochromatic interiors offer a world more than one single shade. Monochrome, particularly black and white interiors , offer a myriad of creative possibility. Filling ...

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Anna Harvey

08 September 2020

How Art is the Ticket to Social Media Marketing Success

To say the corporate world was turned upside down in 2020 would be a gross understatement. The corporate world was turned upside down and then sedimented in a centrifuge, leaving many enterprises desperately scrambling to salvage this irreversible residue. CEOs, business owners and managers have had to embrace their inner ...

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Anna Harvey

02 September 2020

Trends We Love: Gold

When we think of gold, it’s Egyptian Pharaohs, deities, precious metals and even the latest Macbook air that come to mind. To incorporate this ostentatious colour into your interior, however, your home doesn’t need to resemble an eighteenth century baroque abbey, a semi-detached filled with Ikea furniture will work too. ...

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Anna Harvey

24 August 2020

5 Weird and Wonderful Facts About Man Ray

Man Ray is an undeniable icon of the 20th century art world, his seductive, doleful artworks perfectly captured the absurdity of the postwar era. Often described as the chameleon of the art world, Man Ray possessed an unparalleled ability to adapt to whatever medium he chose, mastering painting, photography, sculpture, ...

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Anna Harvey

20 August 2020

The Healing Power of Art: How Art Can be Beneficial to Healthcare

The ‘art of science’ is often spoken about in its quest to merge two opposing realms that, together, capture the essential expression of ‘humanness.’ The ‘art of healing’ however, is rarely spoken about in conventional medicine, as these disciplines are frequently considered too polarised for the medical canon. Waiting rooms, ...

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Anna Harvey

18 August 2020

Trends We Love: Optical Illusions

Our eyes are our windows to the ‘truth’, yet we forget how these windows are actually only reinterpreting a reality, and imagination can easily fog up these apertures into the soul. Whether you're a free-spirited daydreamer or control-freak, t he boundary between real and imagined changes more frequently than immigration ...