Tate, Thames, Tea

Another week, another gallery. This week I was greeted by the large scale walls of an old power station, The Tate Modern. The prominent landmark is located in a prime photography hotspot, Southbank, a stone’s throw walk away from London Bridge station. The spacious gallery is brimming with inspiration, from its grey toned architecture to…

Day At

The British Museum. Like all my previous visits I take pictures in the main hall, breeze through gallery rooms and leisurely spend time browsing through the central shop. The shop is a fantastic place to find small segments from majority of the collections. Each table and shelf is filled with striking products; from Mummy pencil…

Little black Diary

Back on the road. I visit Shoreditch every other week. Not only does it attain my creative cravings, it also treats my sweet tooth. There’s a delightful, little cake shop sitting sweetly in the corner of Spitalfields Market called Konditor and Cook, that sells yummiest brownies. My favourites the curly wurly brownie. If you’re like me…

Art in the City

Thinking outside the box, I wanted to create something different, in comparison to my previous Mandala’s. The theme on my mood-board was London. While my drafts twirled around iconic buildings,structures and skylines. My final design took a 360 turn resulting in straight, horizontal silhouettes. The hues of each landmark is an imitation of it’s closest…

Where Artists Go

I’m constantly on the hunt for inspiration. A necessity amongst artists. I’ve therefore, created a go to list of places that awaken my artistic passion. One place that is overflowing with ticks is Shoreditch, an arty district of Central/ East London. From Brick Lane to Columbia Road, Shoreditch is the best place for artists to…