Art, Film, Inspiration

Licentiate Loves: Sarah Doyle

>It’s been a busy ol’ week for this blogger – I’m officially pooped!  It seems that the Christmas season has started early and a bit too much overexertion on Friday means that my toes are still a bit sore and swollen on Monday.

PhotobucketThis week, while being busy on the social front is very quiet in the blog front, which means that I can delve into the long list of ‘stuff-I-meant-to-blog-about-but-never-quite-got-to’.  At the forefront is artist Sarah Doyle, whose art I saw (and instantly fell in love with) at the Mixtapes Exhibition in the Glucksman Gallery.  Click here to see what she had on view at the exhibition.

Sarah Doyle’s work is mostly concerned with pop culture icons and how the world looks at them.  Her art and animations are reminiscent of fan art.  Pictures of Prince are drawn with felt tips over children’s colouring books and all her work is full of whimsy with a sense of humour, a touch of longing and a general sprinkling of all-round loveliness

These animations are very short so if you get the time, do watch them – the first video is a series of sketches of the wives and girlfriends of The Beatles, the second is inspired by Aaliyah’s last music video, iconic sequences both.


Beatgirls from Sarah Doyle on Vimeo.


Opheliyah from Sarah Doyle on Vimeo.

It’s only a matter of time before her work pops up in Vogue.  Mark my words.  If you’re like me and a shameful art history nerd, then pop along to her Art in Movies  blog and spend a happy hour or two going through the archives (my personal fave is Teddy Lloyd from The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie).

P.S  Click here for my super-duper giveaway of Mulberry LFW tote and… eh, just click the link .  You can now ‘like’ The Licentiate on facebook , so if you do like this blog, don’t be afraid to show your support and clickity click!

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