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.
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'.
Caroline Walls is an Australian artist who experiments in many mediums, such as painting and soft sculpture, and this series titled 'Over in Love' is a continuation of her study in to the female form.
We take a look inside the Lyon Housemuseum owned by architect and collector Corbett Lyon. Corbett designed the space with a concept of fusing art and personal living under one roof.
Japanese artist Yoko Komae has a very distinct style and uses hand building technique to make stunning flowing, thin forms that rise up and have textured but natural looking surface.
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.
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.
Talented designer Daniele De Batté uses the module as a starting point, working with the idea of balancing positive and negative space in her abstract drawings and sculpture.
With his works artist Marcel Frey is querying many of the functional design decisions that we make and the artistic potential of the items found in our surroundings.
Norwegian artist Christina Peel has folded small porcelain tiles over many times to create a collage or a mosaic sorts. These offer interesting patterns that are geometric and striking.
An interesting selection of artworks by Charles Arnoldi, an American artist and all around creative who blurs the line between abstraction and representation in his paintings.
I've been admiring these wonderful steel sculptures by German artist Stephan Siebers, who balances patinated steel sections to create an illusion of sorts in his artwork.