Art Culture

William Littlejohn’s New ‘Japonisme’

Nestled within the basement of the Royal Scottish Academy, William Littlejohn’s lesser-known works are on display whilst also being up for sale. A celebration of Japan’s vibrant iconographic history, Littlejohn explores ‘Japonisme’ in an evocative, abstract style. Littlejohn, who was Scottish, was heavily inspired by Japanese style after being given the opportunity to travel to […]


In defence of Maximalism

Maximalism is dying. What used to be a world that championed the public expression of individualism is waning – the promotion of eclecticism has now been usurped by minimalist monochrome and conformity. But what am I getting at here? And who, or what, is responsible for this shift towards a more uniform consumer culture? Coined […]