Upton is a nice brand that I came across a few months back who have just released their website, so I wanted to highlight their art work here as I think it's relevant and inspiring to see.
Brazilian design studio Universo, a play on the Portuguese words meaning 'the inverse' and 'the universe', has produced an interesting body of work with a nice aesthetic to match.
Liisa Personen is a Finnish artist who looks to pictorial elements as a visual motif to create a narrative in her work, exploring our overall perception and how we as humans view imagery.
Swiss artist Yvonne Robert's main focus is pure experimentation with colour and shape, wanting to make exciting compositions that abstract physical representations of an object or setting.
Germans Ermics, a Latvian designer currently based in Amsterdam, recently collaborated with Frame to make a short film that explores his use of glass to make unique pieces of furniture.
London-based New Zealand born Samantha Totty tends to work in collage, exploring the interaction between form, texture and colour using a mixture of off-kilter shapes and a muted palette.
Hannah Fox is an Australian artist who likes to experiment with space, light, colour and texture, creating artworks that on the surface have different patterns and use a varying colour palette.
John Zabawa is a talented graphic designer and art director currently living in Los Angeles who has been able to connect with a number of brands and keep his overall identity and style intact.
Bianca Chang has approached the meaning of a canvas in a new way, using paper that is both drawn on top of and also cut in to, hand-cutting each sheet layer-by-layer to reveal a form.
I was looking for flowing shapes and something bright and much to my pleasure came across the work of Hungarian Illustrator and artist Anna Kövecses who resides in Cyprus.
Artist Benjamin Ewing is a creative that caught my attention, he should be commended for the freedom and expression in his work as it's not easy to span across so many different mediums.
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.