The relationship between between our physical environment and the inspirations that make up all art or design is very fascinating. Design collective Furnishing Utopia, who we previously mentioned in 2018 with their brilliant collection interpreting the work of the Shakers, have put together their mo
There is something quite remarkable about brightly coloured abstract shapes against stark white backgrounds. This is the main characteristic of Joanne Freeman’s work and how her paintings come to life. Freeman, who obtained her Master’s degree in Fine arts from the New York University, first
Our whole goal here on OEN is to support more artists and makers that are experimenting with their creativity. I’ve had my eye on American artist Leigh Well’s collages for a number of years now. She has a fantastic sensibility and I was particularly taken aback by her ‘Versos’
Raymond Saa is an artist of Cuban roots who creates collages that strike a balance between the tropical brightness and black and white tones which always seem to be in direct conflict in his work.
The work of American artist Matt Mclune explores the world through his unique abstract canvases that incorporate a variety of brush marks orientated around one or two dominant colours.
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.
California-based American painter Heather Day mixes pure creativity in her techniques with a visual style that has nice movement and a strong colour palette that intrigues the eye.
Polish artist Tycjan Knut is a unique abstract artist, creating subtle abstractions inspired by nature that go against many of the traditional values that already exist in this category of art.
We release our first series of prints in collaboration with OEN founder Mark Robinson. Each photo taken during a series of trips, capturing unique architecture, nature, and abstract imagery.
Rieu-Piquet focuses on graphic work that in many ways depicts life. His goal is to reconnect with the natural order of things and graphically translate this on to a material of his choice.
Brazilian design studio Universo, a play on the Portuguese words meaning 'the inverse' and 'the universe', has produced an interesting body of work with a nice aesthetic to match.
Germans Ermics, a Latvian designer currently based in Amsterdam, recently collaborated with Frame to make a short film that explores his use of glass to make unique pieces of furniture.