Footnote

Footnote is a compilation of things that we like and that inspire us in our day to day.

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Urban Tetris, the new artistic project of photographer Mariyan Atanasov. A reminder about the hidden minimalistic beauty in our routinary lives.
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Herb Lubalin was an American graphic designer, typographer and one of the founders of ITC (International Typeface Corporation).
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Henry Wolf was a designer born in Vienna. He knew how to use his wits and give simplicity to his works, using expresive typography, surrealism photography and very conceptual illustrations.
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Alexey Brodovitch was a Rusian designer. Worked as a painter for the Rusian ballet and then as an Art Director in the Haprer’s Bazaar Magazine.
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Cipe Pineles was one of the few recognized women in the design world in the 20th century. Contributed in a significant way to the evolution of the magazines.
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Mehmed Fahmy Agha was an Ucranian designer, one of the greatest and most recognized dseigners. Worked as an art director for Vogue and Vanity Fair.
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Paula Rego is a Portuguese painter, born in 1935. Was the first artist to paint an abortion for the first time in a work of art.
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Rob Woodcox is a fashion and art photographer that explores the different interactions generated between bodies and the enviroment.
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Nico Laan is well known for his works created in sand, that have as a unique feature, the game with perspective.
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Roberto Benavidez is a sculptor specialized in the piñata form. His works explore the themes of race and sin in a subjacent way.
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Margaux Rebourcet is a French artist. She was discovered during France’s first Covid-19 lockdown and was published in the New York Times.
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Sattva Giacosa is a self-taught photographer. Since an early age she has used writing and photography to cope with her nomadic reality.
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Abeceda is a book designed by Karek Teige in 1926. It is composed by poems that talk about the alphabet. Each letter was choreographed and performed. This experience emerged through the need for experimentation.
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Ian Davenport is a contemporary painter, born in 1966. Using a schematic colour palette, he meticulously applies paint from a height. A process which is then repeated to form a landscape of colour.
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Inès Longevial is a French painter. She explores feminity. Not wishing to gender her paintings or give them a skin colour, she prefers to play with light and colour.
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John Baldessari, "the godfather of conceptual art". His work is one of the richest and most important of the twentieth century. Contains more than 200 monographic exhibitions and 1000 group exhibitions.
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Pioneers of the French Touch, Daft Punk have successfully created a unique artistic universe. In a world ruled by images, they have chosen to step aside to better highlight their music.
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Robert Doisneau is a French photographer. During the Second World War, he accumulated the images that would make his success. Going "where there is nothing to see", privileging the furtive moments and those he …
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Erik Minter is an American painter. His paintings bridge the gap between the abstract and the surreal. Explores our interaction with gravity, light and speed.
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Contemporary French artist, JR is known worldwide for his particular technique that combines collage and photography.
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Roy Fox Lichtenstein was one of the biggest names in Pop Art. The Ben-Day Points were considered the artist's trademark. His pieces are known for making reference to mass culture characters.
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“La Diada de Sant Jordi”, April 23, is one of Catalunya's most special and memorable days. Tradition dictates that men give their lovers a rose on that day, and women present their partner with …
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For more than half a century, Matsuo Katsui has made a name for himself in the field of graphic design, focusing on the idea of light and how it can be combined with technology.
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Vladimir Stenberg and Georgii Stenberg were Soviet artists and designers.
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Artur Bordalo, artísticamente llamado Bordalo II, es un artista portugués que transforma la basura en arte, mostrándonos que la basura de algunos es el tesoro de otros.
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Oskar Schlemmer was a German artist and choreographer known for both of his paintings and for his ballet productions.
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Azulejo deriva de la palabra árabe "al zulej" que significa piedra lisa y pulida. Se utiliza normalmente en gran número como elemento asociado a la arquitectura en revestimiento de superficies interiores, exteriores o como …
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Tadao Ando is a self-taught architect, whose architectural style is said to create a “haiku” effect, emphasizing nothingness and empty spaces to represent the beauty of simplicity.
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Jamie Reid's best-known work is possibly the one I did for the Sex Pistols, including the portrait of Queen Cecil Beaton with a safety pin on her nose.
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The alebrijes are sculptures native to Mexico that were born from a dream that Pedro Linares had, where he had an encounter with magic and mythical surreal creatures.
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Spirograph is a toy released on the market in 1967. Since then there have been many reeditions to this day. All this is what the artist Mary Wagner achieves with her large-format pieces, with …
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The Kintsukuroi, a Japanese technique of the fifteenth century consisted in repairing ceramic objects, joining the broken parts with golden lacquer. In this way, the resulting piece not only does not hide its wounds, …

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