Laurie Maun, a UK based artist, pulled me in with her unique formations that interweave shape and colour, combining to create artworks that are both intriguing and pleasing on the eye.
Washington based artist Anne Truitt was a very special talent and used drawing as part of her daily ritual, applying a variety of techniques on paper using graphite, ink, pastel, and acrylic.
London-based designer Charlotte Taylor has collaborated with 3D printing project Unique Board to examine architectural shapes and objects through sculptural and digital compositions in more detail.
After producing a small range of scarves, The Block Shop have now grown their partnership and are supporting a number of factories who specialise in block carving, printing, dyeing, and weaving.
Talented Australian artist Cobi Cockburn has been experimenting specifically with the textural qualities found in textiles as a medium, incorporating this in to her own medium of glass.
This series by Mexican artist Jose Dávila is a collection of sculptural forms that experiment with the notion of shooting upward vertically, also incorporating a mixture of materials to add contrast.
The work of German born London-based artist Jost Münster made me think about layering with his collection of abstract art exploring this exact idea through the use of simple shapes.
Norwegian architect Line Marie Stein Myklebust's artworks are "some paint and your own perception", using all of her architectural inspirations as an obvious base for her work.
Italian artist Marco Tirelli's work has a mystical quality and if you look deeper and you can see interesting ways in which he uses art to express something that can't necessarily be seen.
This series by artist Maddie Sharrock and photographer Brooke Holm explores Earth's opposing environments through a collaboration of sculpture and photography.
Residing in London, British artist Sophie Smallhorn exhibis internationally and looks to explore the relationships between colour, volume and proportion through her sculpture and artworks.
Australian fibre artist Tammy Kanat has honed her craft superbly and is now producing exceptional works of art that have been made by weaving and play with all the senses.