I went to the National Gallery in London to see exhibition of Australia’s Impressionists with my friend Ale. We love Impressionists. We both love Art. We met in an watercolour class in 2010. Since then we meet up for exhibitions in London. It is always lovely to meet her and talk about art or life.
The exhibition was very small but made me satisfied. I don’t know much about history in Australia in 19th century but I can imagine how the land was vast and full of sunshine! I love the colours on canvas and the feeling of the movement. It was nice to see them as collective paintings. If it were exhibited as “Impressionists”, meaning paintings from whole countries, I wouldn’t see in the same way.
Many artists immigrated. “Defining an identity” is something in common to me.
This brochure is a great example of infographics and information design. As a fish lover, this is something you should be aware of.
Vertical side shows cans of tuna from major food retails in the UK. According to the green peace, Waitrose’s can of tuna is the most sustainable. The worst is John West, “Unsustainable and harms marine life”. The colour shows how the degree of risk.
It was an advert for the green peace membership. I wonder if this can be seen somewhere else too…
I like the colour of paper, dark green, bordeaux (& hint of blue) and decorative illustrations that is suitable for this historic place. The frame of the map is gorgeous! The icons looks like tiles from historic site.