Contemporary street artist, FinDAC, blends East and West


Dark Angel, Deadly Dragon - A wall in West Lonodon

Dark Angel, Deadly Dragon – A wall in West Lonodon

Irish born Street Artist FinDAC has created a wonderfully unique and bright style for his contemporary art. He began with street art, but has now extended into mix media in order to make an honest living. The artist, who lives and works in London, creates large murals of Geisha like women, inspired by the 19-century art movement Aestheticism.

 

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August 2017


Our pick of the most controversial album covers


Lulu 2When it comes to people who set out to shock, the music industry has a few gems. We’ve racked our brains and trawled the net to find the top album covers that intentionally caused havoc. Be warned: there will be blood, guts, and nudity.


Max and Lara’s amazing travelling space circus


Kooloo the space hamsterThe firedog blog has been quiet of late. It’s like that when you have heaps of work on, funnily enough. Well, I’ve managed to surface for a short while – hence the article. The reason for our busy-beeness? It’s down to us being overly creative again.

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November 2006


Mucha appreciated


Mucha lithographWhilst I was in Prague over the New Year, I stoked the furnace of my cultural conscience by visiting a permanent exhibition of the Art Nouveau designer and artist, Alphonse Mucha. I was struck, upon close examination of his illustration style, how modern illustrators are really tapping into the natural influences of the Art Nouveau movement.

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January 2006