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.
I have a thing for seeking out the shadows in a modern build and photographing them, which is probably why I was interested in these works by talented UK photographer Kate Jackling.
When I came across the portfolio of Spanish artist Carlos Regueira it really inspired me, making me think about the different tones he has used and how the gradients radiate on the canvas.
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.
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.
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.
Talented creative Erin O'Keefe is a photographer and architect who and has been playing with space and the elements inside in her series 'Flatness' and 'Things as They Are'.
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.
Kitty, a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Toulouse, creates drawings and paintings at her studio in France. I was especially impressed by the muted colours and dynamic lines.
Exploring life, death, transformation and regeneration, Ricard Mazal has composed this brilliant series that focuses on the prayer flags of the Himalayan kingdom.
We've picked up some work by Belgian artist Guy Vandenbranden, who was an important artist in the Belgian post-war art scene and was part of the Constructivist movement.