By tag: Lions & Tigers

To see and do

To See & Do - 'Falling Back to Earth'

'Falling back to earth' is an incredible new exhibition from world renowned artist Cai Guo-Qiang now showing at Brisbane's GOMA. Cai Guo-Qiang's large-scale installations and explosion events have made him one of the most innovative figures in contemporary art and during his career he has held exhibitions at some of the worlds most prestigious art institutions. This is the artist's first solo show in Australia making this a truly must see event. The exhibition runs through till the 11th May 2014. You can find out more about the exhibition on GOMA's website.

Art and Design

Colour and Stripes

The plethora of patterns, shapes and textures featured in this Tiger Print by artist Christian Northeast are rather jarring when assessed individually, yet somehow work in beautiful unison when appreciated as one. And the buck doesn't just stop with tigers, his other works include lovebirds, monsters and oversized anteaters. How could anyone not want a piece of his art hanging in their home?


DIY Lion Mask

Cause an uproar with this outrageously cute (and easy to make) DIY Lion mask from Mer Mag. Originally made for National Geographic to celebrate Halloween, this mask is definitely cool enough to be whipped up on any day of the year. Find out how here.

Homeware Spreads

A Lion In My Room

1. Tiger print from Lucius Art. 2. Game shade wall lamp from Serendipity. 3. Brass and zink drum also from Serendipity. 4. Wooden lion head from Ali Express. 5. Golden porcelain crown from Serendipity. 6. Wooden stool from Fab. 7. Triangle cushion from Aura Home. 8. Tiger pillowcase from H&M. 9. Black spot cushion from Aura Home. 10. Tiger cushion from H&M. 11. Lion toy from Poosac. 12. Wooden bed from Serendipity. 13. Black knitted pouf from Darkroom London. 14. Orange cross rug from Aura Home.