Kristina Dam Studio, founded by talented Kristina Dam provides us with a selection of furniture, sculptures and other objects which are aesthetically pleasing and are sure to improve any interior space.
Callum Innes is a Scottish abstract artist who removes the paint before it dries, washing away or "unpainting" the canvas to reveal varied textures that make each piece unique.
Italian Designer Guglielmo Poletti uses a selection of wires for both practical and artistic reasons, constructing a unique range of furniture that plays on the idea of balancing the voids.
Raymond Saa is an artist of Cuban roots who creates collages that strike a balance between the tropical brightness and black and white tones which always seem to be in direct conflict in his work.
New York based Ana Kraš' Bonbon Lamp for HAY is a hand-woven lantern that is made by wrapping cotton-wool yarn around powder-coated steel frames to create unique lampshades.
Philipp Dase, a photographer born and raised in Germany, has a talent for capturing rich images of architectural wonders and other sights that can be found in nature.
Siki Furniture, a factory based in the city of Asakura in Fukuoka Prefecture, was one that I came across on my travels and I was blown away by the design style and their strong focus on handicraft.
Steven Holl is a big architect but I wanted to discuss how these bigger projects bring together people and communities so that we all can prosper, grow and achieve a bigger vision.
Jang Hea Kyoung of design studio FICT has designed these simple yet aesthetically pleasing vases, table top covers and even furniture made from marble and crystal resin.
This particular series that I picked out was captured by Italian photographer Giacomo Bruno from his travels in Japan that document a selection of Japanese craftsmen working in various fields.
Chicago and North Indiana-based artist Kelly Knaga lets her youthful and playful side out with these special abstract artworks that reverberate creativity and seek to inspire others to get creative.