This series is from her latest collection titled 'Idol Weight', which are all inspired by the digital age. The concept of this series was to show the two-dimensional alongside the physical, tactile world.
I was drawn to these fantastic looking canvases, prints and public artworks by Tony "Rubin" Sjöman, a Brooklyn-based artist who is known for his complex, abstract geometric style.
I picked out these photographic prints by Studio Joop titled the 'Plant' series, a selection of plant photography by Antwerp-based creative and designer Anniek Beije.
Brooklyn-based artist Jessica Sander's material of choice is beeswax, which she melts and pours it on to semi-transparent linen to create wonderful works of art.
Kitty, a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Toulouse, creates drawings and paintings at her studio in France. I was especially impressed by the muted colours and dynamic lines.
These particular works consist of geometric compositions that feature subtle textures and tones, contrasting from block to block to create an unusual set of dimensions.
Living in New York, Japanese Artist Hiroyuki Hamada's main point of exploration is sculpture, but he also uses prints and drawings as a starting point for all his artworks.
These glass sculptures by artist Heike Brachlow are full of creativity, not only using elements that cross over and divide, but also showcase movement and structure.