Daniel Mullen is a Scottish painter who currently works in Amsterdam, making works on canvas that have architectural repeating patterns and elements of deception and illusion embedded.
These unique free standing sculptures by American creative Matt Paweski are small and come in groups, but experiment in the space of sculpture, painting, and architecture.
Using strict ideals, Danish designer Berit Mogensen Lopez has a great eye for composition in her works of art, blending shape and colour to produce prints that are really unique.
Garry Fabian Miller is an artist who specialises in 'camera-less' photographs. He creates these by using various light sources on light sensitive paper, thus creating unusual and interesting art.
American designer and artist Jen Wink Hays uses opaque oil paint to obscure earlier layers of colour and form, creating what she calls "a-story-within-a-story" experience.
Gary Andrew Clark is a British artist who lives and works in Manchester. His work are very clean and tidy, but are actually made with acrylic paints on wood panelling.
This work by British artist Callum Innes really drew me, his works are often produced on geometric grids, tending to divide his canvases in to these segments using different colours.
Reeta, who recently graduated from the Aalto University School of Arts and Design, has focused on non-repeating elements in her textile design, looking at fabric as if it was a canvas or artwork.
Yui Yaegashi, a young Japanese painter who lives and works in Tokyo, loosely inspires all of her beautiful artworks, also named "short stories", on the patterns and colours found in textiles.
With his works artist Marcel Frey is querying many of the functional design decisions that we make and the artistic potential of the items found in our surroundings.
Inspired by architecture, nature and monuments, I really liked this set of work by New York based artist Davide Balliano, who makes canvases as well as sculptures from clay.
This series is from her latest collection titled 'Idol Weight', which are all inspired by the digital age. The concept of this series was to show the two-dimensional alongside the physical, tactile world.