Ethan Cook uses stretched hand woven canvas in segments which are then placed strategically in the frame to create works artworks that on the surface seem simple but are full of detail.
American artist Jen Garrido goes through all of the processes that I admire in any creative, considering what to add and subtract in her work, slowly arriving at the final composition.
Makr is an American design studio and brand that we've stocked in the store and is a company that I'm very fond of, here we are pleased to present a selection of furniture.
Talented creative Senem Oezdogan is a Brooklyn-based mixed media artist who attempts to balance the functionality of an image with the aesthetic value that it can bring to the viewer.
We took a small trip out to Fallingwater, aka the Kaufmann Residence, in Southwestern Pennsylvania, a shining gem in the world of architecture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935.
If we're talking about inspiration from artists then you should look no further than this photography by San Francisco-based artist Tim Burns with his series titled 'Rothko Seascapes'.
I was drawn to this work by lighting designer Jason Miller, a Brooklyn-based designer and the founder of Roll & Hill, who has made this ceramic work on the pottery wheel.
Michael Milano is an artist, writer, and curator living and working in Indianapolis. He has produced a number of fabric based paintings that mix textile traditions with the history of abstraction.
This week I bumped in to the portfolio of Yucca Stuff, a New York-based design studio founded by Daniel Morrison who makes furniture from rich materials associated with Texas area.
Furniture by Studio Snng, which is based in Brooklyn, New York is really great and full of creativity. Founded by Shengning Zhang, some of the solutions that he's come up with are really intriguing.
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.
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.