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.
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.
Works by Spanish sculptor Diego Cabezas really inspire, a maker who lives in Barcelona and cites the numerous creative souls that have worked in the city and as a source of inspiration.
Highlight a documentary titled "Membra Disjecta: Gonzalo Fonseca and the Heart of Stone", a new biographical film by Michael Gregory on sculptor Gonzalo Fonseca, the trailer can be seen here.
Julian Watts is woodworker based in Oakland, California and uses traditional wood carving and furniture making techniques to explore the space between a sculptural form and a functional object.
Matt Calderwood, an artist from Northern Ireland, has been experimenting with tessellated forms in sculpture and painting that sees him stacking elements in unique patterns without any breakage.
David Bill is the son of Jakob Bill, a fellow artist and son of Bauhaus student and architect Max Bill. David follows in a similar vein to his family and designs modern and intriguing sculptures.
One maker who caught my attention was talented British artist Susan Phillips, who has been constructing these unique geometric sculptures from porcelain and creating intriguing architectural spaces.
Artist David Umemoto caught my attention for his bold sculptures that are made from concrete. These sculptures involve modular elements that come together to create full structures.
Senden Blackwood is an Australian sculptor who has been heavily inspired by his previous study in object design, as well as his family background in architecture, painting and illustration.
Sculptures designed by Danish creative Eske Rex, who is based in Copenhagen. They are works where architecture, art, design and craft are all intertwined to make intriguing installations.