Coming from a family of upscale decorators, Plum’s childhood was surrounded by the aesthetic stimulation of shapes, colors, and materials. He started to draw from an early age with his sculptor uncle, and with that, he developed a taste for plastic work and volumes and a passion for the finitude of the object. His mixed media artwork is created using feathers.
Art has long been used as a means to grapple with the complexities of the human experience, from joy to pain, love to lose, and everything in between. One particularly powerful theme explored by artists throughout history is that of mortality. To read more, Click here.
In a world of mass consumerism, where the allure of luxury brands and material objects reign supreme, Fred Allard and PLUM use their art to challenge our perceptions of beauty and value. To read more, Click here.
From intricate still life paintings to bold, abstract prints, flowers have been a popular subject matter across different art movements and styles. Natural beauty, delicate nature, and colorful varieties are commonly seen as themes in flower art and everyday life. Click here to see more.
Art and the heart are two interconnected concepts that have been explored throughout human history. Art has the power to move people emotionally, to touch their hearts and souls, and to create a deep sense of connection and meaning. Click here to see more.
Renowned Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is famous for blending many different styles in art that are typically known as contradictory such as traditional Japanese art techniques with western influences and pop culture. Click here to see more.
Love is in the air as Valentine's Day approaches, and what better way to celebrate than with art that captures the essence of this special day. This year, we've curated a collection of love-themed works from some of the most talented artists in the world. Click here to see more.
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