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LAS Loves in 2021
Calming Colouring

We love this colouring book from Artware Editions. Including designs by contemporary artists including Keith Haring, David Shrigley and Grace Weaver, volume seven of this book is packed with over 100 pages and even stickers to adorn your finished work! Perfect for a rainy day in lockdown.


Art must be an expression of love or it is nothing.

— Marc Chagall
LAS Film of the Month

Henri Matisse has toppled Picasso from the top of the LAS leaderboard as the most watched film on our site this month. It received over 250 views since the beginning of January but Klimt is creeping up close behind in second place. We find it so interesting to see what our members are watching and which artists appeal the most.

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Warhol Cushion Tate Modern
Warhol Cushion

One of the most popular films on our site this year was Warhol's, "Marilyn Diptych" - the wonderful combination of Hollywood glamour and Pop Art tongue-in-cheek humour continues to resonate with people to this day. We just love this colourful cushion, available via the Tate Gift Shop (it's on sale now too!)...


Fine and delicate taste is the fruit of education and experience.

— Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
Phaidon Art Books
Cute Kusama

With Yayoi Kusama's long awaited exhibition finally scheduled to take place at Tate Modern in March we just had to bring your attention to this delightful children's book by Phaidon. "Yayoi Kusama Covered Everything in Dots and Wasn't Sorry" is a perfect introduction for children to this icon of Contemporary Art.

Frida Kahlo Children's Book
Kahlo for Kids

This lovely series of books (Little People, Big Dreams) tells the stories of inspirational women throughout history with the aim of inspiring children and we love this one about Frida Kahlo. Packed full of beautiful illustrations, we think the adults might like these for the coffee table too!

Raft of the Medusa
Read of the Month

Little Dancer Aged Fourteen

This lovely book by French author Camille Laurens provides a really fascinating insight into what the life of the famed "little dancer" (forever associated with the work of Edgar Degas) might have been like.

Rob Biddulph
Our Instagram Account of the Month is...

Rob Biddulph

Many parents are looking for ideas to keep their children entertained during this time at home - we have found author and illustrator, Rob Biddulph's online drawing lessons, Draw with Rob, a real life-line. He posts fun and engaging videos twice a week teaching kids how to draw everything from steam trains and penguins, to unicorns and dinosaurs. If you share your little Picasso's work he will try to post them in a collage on his page.

Kusama Tea Towels
In the Kitchen with Kusama

We adore all things Yayoi Kusama and these tea-towels are no exception. Such a lovely idea for a gift.

Light Up Your Life

We love a museum gift shop and Tate Modern has one of the best. This Olafur Eliasson Little Sun Lamp is solar powered and gives 5 hours of light when fully charged. The best thing about it though is that through buying it, you help to make it available to those who do not have affordable access to electricity. A wonderful iniative set up by artist Eliasson to help communities living off-grid.