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Incredibly Artistic Beards for Movember

Posted on November 27th, 2017

Weird Beard
instagram-mr | mcscruffles


Weird Beard
instagram | perfectionartt


Awards 2017

Posted on August 27th, 2017

We have grabbed the latest list of art prizes from Art Almanac (

Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing 2018
Entries close Wednesday 10 January, 2018, Sydney
(02) 9704-5693.
A $25,000 acquisitive award for drawing. Exhibition March, 2018.
Visit website for details and entry form.


Aesthetica Art Prize
Entries close 31 August, 2017
The Aesthetica Art Prize offers emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work and engage with audiences on an international platform. There are two awards on offer; Main Art Prize and the Emerging Art Prize. Categories include Photographic & Digital Art; Three Dimensional Design & Sculpture; Painting, Drawing & Mixed Media; and Video, Installation & Performance.


Technology in Vintage Mode

Posted on May 8th, 2016


Old Fashioned Keyboard


Absolutely hilarious how we can move forward very rapidly with technology then some genius comes along with a vintage take on it. Will I go out and buy one of these gadgets? Probably not as I already have gadgets up to the yin yang.

The elegant, vintage-style keyboard turns any iPad, tablet, or desktop computer into an old-school mechanical typewriter. No Wite-Out required.

It’s called the Qwerkywriter and is now on sale  in the United Sates for around $349. Sorry fellow oz people. It has not reached our shores yet.


More Illustrations Cleverly Reveal the Two Kinds of People There Are in the World

Posted on May 8th, 2016


There are two types of people in this world: those who eat the pizza crust and those that leave it on the plate; or, someone who prefers a Kindle while another loves getting lost in the pages of a book. The world is full of these opposing groups of people, and depending on who you ask, they’re either doing things the “right” way or the “wrong” way. Illustrator João Rocha highlights this quirky anomaly with his clever Tumblr called 2 Kinds of People, which shows the tiny ways in which people are different.


Born in 1986? Here are some Quick Facts & Stats From That Year.

Posted on April 27th, 2016

Artsy Fartsy Flashback 1986 Poster


World Population

• World population stands at approximately 5 billion.



Generation: Y

SubGeneration: Echo Boom (Generation McGuire) 1978 – 1990


World News

• Halley’s Comet reaches its perihelion, the closest point to the Sun, during its second visit to the solar system in the 20th Century.
• President Ferdinand Marcos of the Philippines goes into exile in Hawaii after 20 years of rule

Prince, may you rest in peace…

Posted on April 26th, 2016

Prince Prince – (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016)


PRINCE has died suddenly at the age of 57, just days after his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing so he could be rushed to hospital. Paramedics found the singer unresponsive in the lift of his $13 million Paisley Park compound in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota after they were called to respond to a “male down not breathing”.

While the singer’s cause of death is not yet confirmed, TMZ, who broke the news of his death, say that multiple sources have confirmed he was treated for a drug overdose and not the flu – as his reps had said – when his plane was forced to make an emergency landing six days ago.

“Prince’s private jet made an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois last Friday, hours after he performed in Atlanta,” the website wrote. “At the time his reps said he was battling the flu … something we questioned because his plane was only 48 minutes from home before the unscheduled landing. (more…)

Superb Kinetic Sculptures by Anthony Howe

Posted on April 26th, 2016

Source: Howe Art



Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, Anthony attended the Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut followed by Cornell University and the Skowhegan School of Sculpture and Painting. He then built a house on a mountaintop in rural New Hampshire and painted watercolors and had several one man shows in Boston. A sense of unease in both the isolation and the subject matter of his paintings resulted in the selling of the house and a move to Manhattan.


His new, part time occupation of erecting shelving for the storage of office records resulted in the discovery of a new medium, metal. Further exploration combined with previous interests in the wind and movement led to the making of kinetic wind sculptures. He then strung discarded elevator cables across local rooftops. On those cables he hung his first series of wind powered sculptures. (more…)

Happy New Year!

Posted on January 1st, 2015

Here’s to the new year ahead! We wish you all a terrific new year with lots more noteworthy memories to be made. And of course the creation of the Artsy Fartsy Flashback products for 2014 are available now for those special ankle-biters turning 1 sometime this year: 2014 Posters.



What happened in 1984

Posted on December 17th, 2014

Take a look at our latest YouTube video to get an idea of what happened in 1984.


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