Posts Tagged: art

29 October 2010

Crowdsourcing | This Fortnight’s Highlights

- Blur Group This weekend marks the moment where the people of Britain put their clocks back one hour to welcome the beginning of darker and colder evenings… That’s a bit negative, so we thought we’d turn the clocks back and give you a flavour of what has been happening at blur Group  over the past fortnight!

14 October 2010

Crowdsourcing | The Month's Highlights

- Blur Group Where were we? Ah, yes, autumn. It’s been a busy few weeks folks. Two London Underground tube strikes, a couple of working briefs with our friends at Paddy Power, a visit from the Pope and we gained a number seven placing in the Campaigns 2010 Agency rankings!

3 September 2010

Crowdsourcing | This Week's Highlights

- Blur Group Well that’s it then. The summer is over. The kids are going back to school, work outfits are in transition and we’re all bracing ourselves for colder, windier, rainier and generally darker days. So not a lot has changed then really- in Britain at least.

18 February 2010

Commission An Artist Online

- B-uncut People have been commissioning artists for a thousand years. It is one of the earliest forms of trade. Kings, Queens, Lords then industrialists, pioneers, even pirates took artists in and fed, housed and paid them to make great art. The artist commission is as old as time.

27 January 2010

b-uncut: An Art Revolution

- B-uncut A quiet revolution is under way in the art world. One that few expected and most missed. Because it’s on the Web; called b-uncut. It was started in 2007 by a group of contemporary artists, led by Philip Letts, as a new kind of collective. One without borders. One bound...

17 December 2009

b-uncut Store Rips, Supporting Emerging Artists

- B-uncut The b-uncut Store is doing for the art world what Loudclothing.com does for the music industry (which is why EMI bought them yesterday!). And art lovers are buying in, snapping up the latest contemporary art accessories - t-shirts, posters, coasters, mousepads and more. Here’s a few we like. Go to...