A London artist’s knife skills and knack for precision
“Some people like taking their time,” says artist Kim Rugg, whose artistic achievements are measured in millimeters, used X-ACTO blades and picas. We spent the afternoon with Rugg in her London home and studio talking about her work re-imagining newspapers, comics, stamps and cereal boxes using their existing form while rearranging their content. Kim finds inspiration from the mundane and common objects around us. Her wicked knife skills and tenacious attention to detail have created a body of work that is as impressive as it is curious.
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more from this artist here: http://www.markmooregallery.com/artists/kim-rugg/
3 cutting-edge artists to mix their talents in order to offer the French public an innovative performance, uncovering the ‘arty’ edge of the Let’s Colour Project.
This project was initiated by American mural painter MWM ( http://mwmgraphics.com ) under people’s eyes in Marseilles, Lyon and Paris. Each stage of MWM’s work was captured on film by the young collective of directors Le Groupuscule — gathering over 700.000 images by the end of the performances — in order to make the video clip of Monsieur Monsieur’s ( http://www.myspace.com/monsieurmonsieurmusic ) new track “Walls are dancing”.
Agency: BETC Euro RSCG
Mural Painter: MWM
Directors: Le Groupuscule
Music: Monsieur Monsieur
Production: RITA Films
Executive Production: COSA
Event Production: Upian
Music Supervision: BETC Music
Label: Green United Music
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Walls are dancing: www.wallsaredancing.fr