Category: Art Work Discussions

From Micro to Macro: Jonty Hurwitz’s astonishing world records

Jonty Hurwitz is a revolutionary artist and visionary.

Undeniably unique in his approach this South Africa born genius merges science and art in a mind-boggling way that doesn’t cease to amaze collector’s, art lovers and the occasional spectator alike.

His amazing sculptures are destined to become conversation pieces in any space they are placed, be it a living room or a museum.

After creating the smallest sculpture ever made (so small in fact that it is invisible to the naked eyes), the artist has now reached a new extraordinary milestone bringing to life the world’s largest anamorphic sculpture, recently installed  at the Singapore Science Centre.

Watch the video below to see how the project was painstakingly realized.

Discover the art of Jonty Hurwitz at Walton Fine Arts.


Timeline of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s love story

October 1, 2017 19:37 SGT

 
July 2017: People magazine reported in July that Prince Harry had purchased a painting from British artist Van Donna for an “important person” back in October 2016. The name of the art piece was “Everybody Needs Somebody to Love.” He asked to make two parts of that painting if possible, as he wanted to take half of it and gift the rest to his beloved.

Van Donna “Everybody Needs Somebody To Love” (Diptych)
Set of 2 Limited Edition Prints
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All the Things Meghan Markle Has Done in Her First Year as Royal Girlfriend

…it was still early days, but things were moving fast for the smitten couple. Harry was spotted in a London art gallery buying a diptych by contemporary artist Van Donna of a painting with a boy and girl holding hands on one side, and “Everybody needs somebody to love” written on the other…

Van Donna “Everybody Needs Somebody To Love” (Diptych)
Set of 2 Limited Edition Prints
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Kate and Meghan Markle: their first public appearances with their Princes

A closer look at the ladies’ early outings with William and Harry

BY GEMMA STRONG

After more than a year of dating, Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle finally went public with their romance at the weekend, when Meghan joined the Prince for the Invictus Games opening ceremony in Toronto, Canada. Just two days later, the couple enjoyed a second outing together, this time arriving hand-in-hand for the wheelchair tennis. Their very public displays of affection have led royal watchers to believe that an engagement announcement is imminent – and also recalled the early days of another high-profile royal romance, between Harry’s big brother Prince William and his wife Kate.
 

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How to CopyKate! Nude heels, ballet pumps and a ‘click pen’ concealer are among royal insider’s A-Z of fashion secrets to turn YOU into a princess

She happily mixes designer with high street, is devoted to Diana’s favourite ballet pumps, and is never without her favourite ‘click pen’ concealer.

These are just a few of the fashion secrets revealed in a comprehensive account of Kate’s style by Royal writer Claudia Joseph.

Nobody in this country has had quite such an impact on British fashion as the Duchess of Cambridge, whose fashion sense is said to have given a £1 billion boost to the British economy.

Here, we unlock the secret’s of Kate’s wardrobe, piece by piece, in an exclusive A-Z of Kate’s fashion, so that you, too, can Dress Like A Princess

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Did Harry buy this love painting to seal the deal with Meghan?

He said it was a gift for ‘someone special’ and she was revealed as his girlfriend days later

  • Prince Harry, 32, spent thousands on a painting called Everybody Needs Somebody to Love by rising British artist Van Donna
  • A red version of the piece was auctioned at Christie’s last year for £3,000
  • It is not known for certain whether the acrylic, stencil and spray piece was bought for 35-year-old Meghan, or as a gift for someone else

It is in two parts, called a ‘diptych’. One half features a view of a couple walking hand-in-hand, while the other half contains the title of the piece in a blue script.

A red version sold at Christie’s last year for £3,000.

It is not known for certain whether the acrylic, stencil and spray piece was bought for 35-year-old Meghan, or as a gift for someone else.

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