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.
Eric Tine is based in Southern California where he set up his studio in 2013 that focuses on furniture and product design for the home, making clean and simple works that have a playfulness about them.
Mitch Dobrowner captures in black and white, photographing the natural landscape hoping to convey the strange and mysterious qualities of it through a separation of colour.
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.
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.
When I came across this work by New York-based artist Johnny Abrahams it intrigued me how he's able to produce such eye popping work with such simple elements.
James Turrell is a master at using light, he sets up the spaces to create illusions and has now used over forty years of experience in this trickery to construct a truly one of a kind experience.
Los Angeles based designer Brian Thoreen has made this furniture collection using a mixture of glass, cast bronze and marble to stack the elements, ordering them to create a sense of harmony.
Bob Dinetz is not only an accomplished graphic designer he is also a talented potter that makes thin forms that are nearly always functional from both porcelain and stoneware clay.
Huy Bui's work is situated within environmental design, building modular units that can be suspended in space, using plants to create a small ecosystem of sorts with that are all interconnected.
These particular works are by Leigh Wells,I liked the way in which she incorporated light and shadow, as well as different plants to create a series of flower arrangement through paper snippets.
We explore the work of American Artist Paul Kremer, who tends to paint using acrylic on canvas, incorporating colour field painting and post-painterly abstraction.