A selection of miniature architectural models casted from concrete by Studio Material Immaterial that reference some of the most influential concrete architecture of the last century.
Wojtek Tomaszewski is a Polish industrial designer who believes in creating sustainable products, the Profil furniture collection in particular is special as it looks to sustainability in mass production
It takes a special set of commercial-style photography to get me out of my seat and excited, but this is exactly what happened with these photographs that I'm highlighting today by Coppi Barbieri.
Takeo Suhara is a talented metalworker who lives and works in Minoh, a prefecture of Osaka in Japan and today we wanted to share a few photos of his work and others from inside his studio.
Even though Kim Knoll is mainly inspired by nature she has always appreciated a modern aesthetic, so it's obvious to see that her graphic design background has translated over to her own paintings.
Oliver Kruse is a German visual artist who uses his knowledge of architecture, geometry and other spatial environments to intrigue the viewer with his complex formations.
James Outbridge lives and works in Holmfirth, Yorkshire and hand builds these using a slab method of construction, starting small and working upwards to create very monolithic-like forms.
What originally looks like a collection of photography turns out to be a series of paintings that are expertly crafted using oil paints on canvas by talented American artist Gregory Thielker.
Kettle's Yard, a house museum located in Cambridge, UK is somewhere that I try to visit on a regular basis and was the creation of Jim Ede, once a curator of the Tate Gallery in London.
Sabrina Garrasi, a talented artist based in Pesaro, Italy works in collaboration with nature to create unpredictable artworks that are truly one of a kind and are very impressive to look at.
For 2018 studio Perspective have collaborated with Bo Arenander for Stockholm Design Week to produce a series of sculptures in black and white that are made from stoneware clay.
The Ridge Kitchen series by Visibility began as a selection of porcelain tools for the kitchen, later in collaboration with Areaware they worked with glass artisans to bring this series to fruition.