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65 Articles in Art
SSR lives on - a wax ode by artist Susanta Ray
Ar. Roopa Sabnis Pinge September 24, 2020 at 04:59 PM
As the nation, nay the world, mourns the tragic and untimely demise of an immensely talented actor Sushant Singh Rajput, we at The Future Of Design applaud the work of a sculptor from Asansol, West Bengal – Susanta Ray – who has quietly brought the actor and his endearing smile, back to life in wax! read more ›
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Juxtaposing Art & Technology: an insight
TFOD Correspondent July 10, 2020 at 03:39 PM
Modern art has reinvented itself in many ways over the years. From fabled oils by famous artists, to digitized art today, we have come a long way. The thing that remains unperturbed though, through centuries of change and evolution in art is – expressionism. A mood, or a story, a feeling, or a thoug... read more ›
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Breather in the City
TFOD Editorial February 14, 2020 at 11:45 AM
Street art started off as a graffiti on bare walls. It has now evolved as a medium to portray visual creativity onto the canvas of street in the form of varied elements that symbolise user-touch points. Artists have taken it a notch higher by including not just walls but roads, structures and stairs as bl... read more ›
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Chad Knight and his world of Digital Art
Ar. Roopa Sabnis Pinge December 21, 2019 at 05:03 PM
The ‘Japanese fountain’ that is currently going viral and trending on most social networking sites – is indeed, a fine piece of art. The only thing is, it is neither a fountain, nor is it art in a physical form! This is 3D-artist Chad Knight flirting with the wonderful world of digital a... read more ›
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Art in Stone: Stefano Furlani, Italy
Ar. Roopa Sabnis Pinge June 17, 2019 at 03:34 PM
Often, seemingly inane forwarded messages lead to beautiful discoveries. Stefano Furlani was one such, for me. When I received on my cell phone a series of images of stone art - without due credits,  mind you – I went online to ‘search’ their source. Stefano Furlani was the name tha... read more ›
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Lisa Perry: Living Confluence of Art, Fashion and Interior Design
Aparna Rao May 28, 2019 at 02:30 PM
If there’s art inside you, it finds a way of coming out and expressing itself. We designers give vent to our inner art on the spaces that surround us. Fashion designers express their art through apparel, sculptors do it through the forms they give to materials, and painters simply let it spread out ... read more ›
Scrap & Waste Find Glory at Bhubaneshwar’s Outdoor Art Museum
Aparna Rao January 28, 2019 at 06:56 AM
While maximising efforts to recycle waste, or garbage, as a global effort is a fairly recent phenomenon arising from the environmental crisis, putting waste to use as decorative material has well been practiced since ages. Grannies have taught us to make dolls, wall pieces and other items of home dé... read more ›
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Recycling Railway Scrap into Art
Ar.Heli Haribhakti January 12, 2019 at 04:59 PM
Art is limitless to any medium. From putting a pencil to a paper and sketching to painting street walls with graffiti; human being, with its curious mind have evolved art over centuries to suit an ongoing trend or demand. In today’s modern world the biggest need is to save our planet from tuning int... read more ›
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Ra Paulette: Fascinating Cave Art, New Mexico
Ar. Roopa Sabnis Pinge August 02, 2018 at 01:51 PM
Some people are born to do amazing things, that’s a fact. American artist Ra Paulette only reaffirms the same. For over 25 years, the sculptor has been digging into the mountainous terrain of New Mexico; chiselling,  chopping and chipping – to carve out elaborate and artistic cave spaces!... read more ›
Knitted, Woven, Handle with Care: It’s Glass!
Aparna Rao May 18, 2018 at 01:13 PM
You begin by noticing the charming combination of various coloured yarn. Then, you appreciate the fine weave that results in such an eye-catching fabric. The knit and purl that come together to create such delicate beauties seem to be the deft work of nimble hands, And, sometimes, the hands themselves can... read more ›