Norwegian architect Line Marie Stein Myklebust's artworks are "some paint and your own perception", using all of her architectural inspirations as an obvious base for her work.
British ceramic artist Effie Gibson has a keen eye for nature-inspired surfaces, especially these pieces from her 'Mountain Range' series that all reference worn and weathered surfaces.
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.
Australian fibre artist Tammy Kanat has honed her craft superbly and is now producing exceptional works of art that have been made by weaving and play with all the senses.
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.
Emily Forgot is a London based designer who has put her knowledge of the art, design and illustration fields to create a series of wooden relief assemblages that are geometric and bold.
Polish artist Magda Skupinska is a talented creative who uses a mixture of organic materials to incorporate shape and colour on to the canvas in this impressive selection of abstract art.
With a background in Graphic Design Kristina set up her studio in Copenhagen and produces limited editions prints that have a simple, graphical language that is easy to decipher.
Australian artist Tania Rollond has been able to make muted ceramic works that consist of stitching different colours together to create a series that's aesthetically beautiful on the eye.
Malou Palmqvist is a Swedish artist who has used her fashion background to create this series of sculptures that she regards as "Three Dimensional Collages" which play with the idea of balance.
Obed Vleugels is a Belgian creative who owns his own printing studio in the city of Mechelen and has been experimenting with shape to create these fantastic screen prints.
Originally from Virginia, now New York based artist Marleigh Culver works both in digital and physical mediums using playful colours and unique shape combinations in her work.