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Anna Harvey

18 February 2020

Fashion Week 2020: Art and Fashion’s Timeless Love Affair

Like artists, fashion designers are fascinated by line, colour and form; utilising cultural and historical references to create haute-couture masterpieces that reflect their unique creative vision. Fashion has a considerable influence in our lives, and its ability to take over major cities like London, Paris, Milan and New York for weeks at a time is a testament to its precedence. Art and fashion are, however, a lot more closely linked than initially realised, since both seek to be one thing: timeless.

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Anna Harvey

11 February 2020

The Best Carnivals Around the World

Gravity-defying wigs, vintage masquerades and ostentatious balls have infiltrated the streets and waterways of Venice, and will continue to do so until the start of Lent on the 25th February.

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Anna Harvey

07 February 2020

Photography vs Painting: Why a Custom Painting is the Best of Both Worlds

We think photography has given everyone the ability to be an artist, which is why we have paired this dominant visual currency with the deeply emotional value of painting, bringing you the best of both: Custom Paintings.

What's new

Agathe Guibé

07 February 2020

Let me introduce you Artupia 5.3

Working in a startup is challenging! You always need to reinvent yourself and adapt your product to users'needs and requests, and that's what we are doing in Artupia! We just released a new version of our iOS app, Artupia 5.3!

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Anna Harvey

31 January 2020

Fall Back in Love with your Home this Valentine’s Day

Whether it’s a new home, a rented haven or a temporary measure, the spaces you live in are a lot like relationships. Some require work, others are love at first sight, but whatever the reason, it’s time to fall back in love with your home this Valentine’s Day.

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Anna Harvey

30 January 2020

Customise to Your Art's Content this Valentine’s Day

Plato once famously proclaimed that “An entire army of lovers would be invincible”, but what does being a ‘lover’ mean? This word has such a ubiquitous presence in our language, how could we possibly use it to express our most profound feelings?

Artist Of The Week

Agathe Guibé

21 January 2020

He turns wastes into colourful Art #ArtistOfTheWeek

Last Monday we introduced you to Emiliano Cavalli , this dynamic and colorful artist. Today we'd like to focus on one of his artworks, Lost Fish. If you participated in our event #MakeArtNotPollution then you probably already met Emiliano and had the chance to admire his work and Lost Fish. His talent made him selected by Disney to complete a painting for the film launch of "Marry Poppins, The return."

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Agathe Guibé

17 January 2020

This is not a cheesy article #ValentinesDay #ArtIsLove

Here we are again, my Christmas decorations are not even back to my wardrobe yet that I'm already seeing shops in the streets with red ribbons, cheesy stickers, and heart balloons... You know what I'm talking about, Valentine's Day is coming.

Artist Of The Week

Agathe Guibé

10 January 2020

The artist born with two hearts, pop art and feelings, discover Emiliano Cavalli #ArtistOfTheWeek

He painted for Chris Martin and Laura Pausini! Discover the artist born with two hearts: pop art and feelings, Emiliano Cavalli is our #ArtistOfTheWeek.

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Benedetta Cerri

18 December 2019

Cattelans' banana: provocation or real piece of Art?

His works combine performance with sculpture and often include theatrical pieces or provocative actions. This is the case with Comedian, the banana that Maurizio Cattelan attached to a wall.

Artist Of The Week

Benedetta Cerri

12 December 2019

From Elon Musk to "La Dama con il Pavone", Davide won the hearts of all

He studied to become a computer engineer, but his heart has been beating for years for painting. His name is Davide and he has already won the hearts of many. Today we will talk about the painting La Dama con il Pavone, a painting born from a simple photograph.

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