Before they made their relationship public, one of Prince Harry’s most romantic moves was buying his bride-to-be a piece of artwork by rising British artist Van Donna. Get some inspiration for your own love story at One Aldwych, which has more than 400 pieces on display from up-and-coming art stars. This five-star hotel in Covent Garden is offering more than just inspiration, however: Its Royal Wedding Celebration Package features an in-house florist who will be creating hand-tied “royal bouquets” made with Meghan’s favorite flower (peonies), and a sprig of myrtle, which has been used in royal bridal bouquets since 1840. There’s also a special “Royal Cup” cocktail made with edible gold leaf, because why not?
BODY. SOUL. PASSION. ART.
We are thrilled to announce that Walton Fine Arts’ artists Van Donna and E$COBAR have been chosen by Matt Roberts Personal Training London to complement their exclusive Knightsbridge gym.
As the UK’s leading personal trainer and best-selling fitness author; Matt Roberts presides over a multifaceted fitness and nutrition empire including three personal training centres, a series of internationally published fitness titles, TV programmes, fitness DVDs, intelligently designed, technologically advanced home exercise equipment and range of nutritional supplements.
Dubbed ‘The female Banksy‘, Bambi’s graffiti technique is similar to Banksy‘s, as is her use of popular icons as subject matter for her artworks. Likewise, her identity is kept under wraps…
With a growing collector base including A-list celebrity collectors such as Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Rihanna, Adele, Robbie Williams and Harry Styles (just to name a few) Bambi seems to be on her way to becoming the next street art big thing.
Intrigued? Watch the video below (German commentary and interview in English) and head to Bambi’s page to learn more on this incredible artist.
Fasziniert? Sehen Sie sich das Video unten an und gehen Sie zu Bambi's seite!
ORF (Bettina Madlener)
Walton Fine Arts (Michael Sakhai)
In the world of street art, Bambi has it all: critical acclaim, celebrity clients ranging from Brad Pitt to Adele, and a stencil of Amy Winehouse on the street in Camden that’s considered to be so culturally important, it is now preserved under a fine layer of plastic. She has achieved this by projecting a distinctly female voice into the male-dominated world of urban etchings (The Independent) [read more…]
The Duke of Cambridge bestowed the honour on the Liverpool-born star at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
“It means a lot actually,” the musician told the BBC. “It means recognition for the things we’ve done. I was really pleased to accept this.”
The honour comes 53 years after the Beatles were all awarded the MBE – and Starr said he had missed his bandmates’ companionship this time round.
“I was a bit shaky today on my own,” he said.
A royal etiquette expert fills us in on everything from the proper way to serve tea to exactly what the Royal Warrant of Appointment really means
Posted February 19, 2018
A gift can sometimes be tricky to choose… it’s easy to fall into tried cliches or to buy something which will prove disappointing for the recipient. Not that they will let you know of course (if they are kind) but you might feel it is so. We all aim to impress when we make a gift so aim high!
Art is a cool, meaningful, beautiful, classy, valuable and durable present. Good news is , you don’t need to be a zillionaire to afford it. That is unless you’re planning on getting an original Picasso but that’s another story. 1818
Bristol street artist’s Girl with Balloon, originally stencil on side of bridge, beats Constable idyll in poll of nation’s best-loved art
An image of a little girl sadly watching her heart-shaped red balloon drift away, originally a stencil on a grimy wall by Banksy, has toppled Constable’s Hay Wain as the nation’s best-loved work of art.