Articles tagged Drawing


In our newest book, We Build Drawings, CEBRA explains its painterly design method

Mikkel Frost, the founder of CEBRA architecture, presents a compilation of ‘conceptual full stops’: a series of watercolour drawings that became buildings.

New York's Guggenheim Museum cut in half.

LTL Architects elevates new views on the overlooked technique of section drawing

NEW YORK – Architects and educators of LTL Architects present the first book entirely dedicated to the humble section drawing – and wait with professional curiosity for colleagues to enrich this …

Swirling illustrations are a visual statement representing the Icelandic/French IIIF Collective's Petits Volcans glass collection.

Visuals for IIIF's volcanic glassware support the natural inspiration

Around the same time that the members of IIIF Collective were taking a trip to a French mountain village to work with expert glass-blowers to craft a collection inspired by volcanos, they still had …

Danish designer Louise Campbell presented her drawing series Open 1, 2 and 3 at the Mindcraft exhibition during Salone.

Q&A: Louise Campbell

Selected to partake in Mindcraft – Danish-Italian design duo GamFratesi's exhibition which highlighted creators from Denmark – during Salone del Mobile, Danish designer Louise Campbell …


Out Now: Notebooks

Relating to Frame, Mark and Elephant magazines, these unique journals are ideal for use as a notebook or sketchpad. Containing 144 blank pages, the individual notebooks are interspersed with 16 …

Installation view of Save Yourself! at Hannah Barry Gallery, courtesy of the artist and the gallery

Curator’s Eye View: Shaun McDowell

Summer is the best time to delve straight into London’s art scene, which is more vibrant than ever.

Installation view of Issa Samb exhibition at Iniva, courtesy of the artist, Iniva and Thierry Bal

Issa Samb at Iniva

Dakar-based artist Issa Samb is presenting his first UK solo exhibition, entitled From the Ethics of Acting to the Empire Without Signs, at Rivington Place this summer. 

Left: Passenger II, 2012, gloss paint on aluminium, 92 x 92 cm. Right: Green Strips, 2012, gloss paint on aluminium, 49 x 49 cm / 125 x 125 cm. Courtesy of Eleven

Put It On Paper By Natasha Law

We may have our feet firmly in the digital age, but paper will never lose its appeal.

Paul Noble, Acumulus Noblitatus (detail), 2000-2001, pencil on paper © Paul Noble. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

Nobson Newtown by Paul Noble

When Paul Noble was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2012, visitors to the Tate were astonished, amused, impressed – but most of all, curious – about his strangely-contoured, poo-like creations, …

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Triptyque at the Centre Pompidou

Inaugurated in 1977, the Centre Pompidou in Paris has quickly established itself as one of the most cutting edge contemporary art institutions in France.

Left: All City, 2014, woodcut and acrylic paint, 70 x 50 cm. Right: Celebrity Beach, 2014, woodcut and acrylic paint, 70 x 50 cm

Willehad Eilers at the Frame Store at Felix &Foam

Felix &Foam is an exciting new collaboration: it will see Frame Magazine and the photography publication Foam joining forces to create unique programmes and exhibitions for the Felix Meritis

Everything Is Everywhere – the new art book by Ryan McGinness – is released today!

Out Now: New Art Book by Ryan McGinness

The new book of American artist Ryan McGinness – Everything Is Everywhere – is released by Frame Publishers today! To celebrate the publication of this title, there are currently a number of …

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