Allan Banford

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Collaborations

#legend

#legend Allan Banford has collaborated with #legend on a series of NFTs to celebrate the publication's sixth anniversary. The colourful series captures the cutting-edge dynamism for which the magazine is known. More than just a magazine, #legend is a pioneering omnichannel platform that serves up luxury fast-forward. This collaboration catapults the luxury lifestyle into the next dimension. Each release reflects the creative, inquisitive and daring spirit of both #legend and the artist.

Signature Wine & Spirits Series

Signature Wine & Spirits Series The Allan Banford Signature Wine & Spirits series brings to you a unique combination of wines and spirits from the old world featuring the concept of constant creative evolution, transformed into liquid art. Crafted wines and spirits that become masterpieces featuring art pieces from Allan Banford's art series, these artworks represent the perpetual evolution of abstract movements blended into a figurative concept without a concrete nature, some of them activating ``Pareidolia``, the human tendency to seek patterns in random information. The Allan Banford Signature Wine and Spirits series fusion the expertise, tradition, quality and knowledge…

Artificial

Artificial artificial (adj.) late 14c., "not natural or spontaneous," from Old French artificial, from Latin artificialis "of or belonging to art," from artificium "a work of art; skill; theory, system," from artifex (genitive artificis) "craftsman, artist, master of an art" (music, acting, sculpting, etc.) Meaning "made by man, contrived by human skill and labor" is from early 15c. The word was applied from 16c. to anything made in imitation of, or as a substitute for, what is natural and intentionally made as opposed to its the natural origin. Latin artifici?lis belonging to art, from artificium skill, artifice, comes from the…

Complete works

Complete works Allan Banford complete works art book compilation, featuring artworks from the series: Perspective Scenarios Organic Surroundings Geometric Splendour Mind States Dynamic Abstraction Forefront Studies Baroque Isolation Equine Series Calligraphy Series Digitalism Series Royal Mail Series Expressionism Conceptualism Mona Flat Digital Encounter Public Installation Artificial Installation. Preview

Digital Encounter

Digital Encounter Public installation at Shenzhen “Silicon Valley of China.” In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Futian District Government and the Huaqiangbei international cultural industry fair. Located in the center of Huaqiang Allan Banford's “digital encounter” Installation features his algorithm Digitalism which creates  20 million pixels sequences based on any typo or number character combination, shown in a 3x3x3 cubic meter LED panels right in front of the SEG Building, a historical city landmark. The on-site digital imagery and live electronic music culminated in a phenomenal sensory feast. It also spoke directly to the turbulent…

Lovexpress Foundation

Lovexpress Foundation Established in 2015, LoveXpress Foundation is a charitable organization with the goal of helping autistic children and their families with this lifelong, mental condition that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them. Allan Banford sport this ideology donating a custom artwork portraying the ethos of the charity organization and his powerful message, auctioned and sold by the Japanese auction house Tokyo Chuo Auction.

Evolved Records

Evolved Records Allan Banford exclusive collaboration with Evolved Records features 40 original tracks composed, mastered, and developed at Hercules Studios in London. The selection captures Allan's electronic music influences, experimenting with the inseparable relationship between sound and perception, producing a unique rhythmical environment.  

Amekura

Amekura Limited edition luxury goods store Amekura features 12 exclusive unique designs, screen printed and handcrafted in France by Allan Banford, the collection only manufacture 5 prints per design on 90cm x 90cm, 116mm, 100% French Silk. Amekura has been created thanks to the passion of ART and FASHION, an online platform supporting individuality from exclusive limited-edition luxury goods, merging artists, curators, and customers in one ever-expanding creative community, discovering artworks and designs that rise above the predictable alongside unique collaborations with internationally-renowned brands and ateliers. Catalogue.

D’auchel Les Ballerines

D’AUCHEL D'auchel is the epitome of true luxury, a Maison and atelier that brings centuries of French craftsmanship to exquisite leather goods, created by authentic French artisans with traditional know-how and made with the finest leathers, each handbag is meticulously hand-stitched, flawlessly detailed, and a masterpiece of art and quintessential luxury. Allan Banford's collaboration with D'auchel features a collection of 24 hand-painted limited edition handbags, crafted and assembled in France, inspired by the movement and dynamism of the ballet ballerinas.

Royal Mail

Royal Mail The Penny Black was the world's first adhesive postage stamp used in a public postal system. It was first issued in Great Britain on 1 May 1840 but was not valid for use until 6 May. It features a profile of Queen Victoria. In 1837, British postal rates were high, complex and anomalous. To simplify matters, Sir Rowland Hill proposed an adhesive stamp to indicate pre-payment of postage. At the time it was normal for the recipient to pay postage on delivery, charged by the sheet, and on distance travelled. By contrast, the Penny Black allowed letters of…

Bearbrick [email protected]

[email protected] Bearbrick (rendered [email protected]) is a collectible toy designed and produced by the Japanese company MediCom Toy Incorporated. The name is derived from the fact that the figure is a cartoon-style representation of a bear and that it is a variation of MediCom's Kubrick design. The at sign in the place of the letter a is a visual device that is a part of the Bearbrick brand, and as such, a trademark of MediCom Toy. The figure is an anthropomorphized bear with an extremely simplified form and a pot belly. Each plastic figure features nine parts (widely referred to as tools in the toy industry): head, torso, hips, arms, hands, and legs; These nine tools allow eight points…