It may be controversial to say, but I think in many ways we can thank industrial design for an overall reduction in design. Creating repeatable shapes and making it easier for machines to complete many of the processes that were once achieved by hand. Of course there’s value in handicraft too,
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
Muller Van Severen's latest project titled 'Match' is a testament their skill at combining seemingly incompatible materials, such as marble and brass, with bright bold colours that can elevate any room.
This object titled TRAY by Finnish Designer Lotta Nieminen is a storage system that's an interesting twist on a basic serving tray, when disassembled the different mats can be used in a variety of ways.
Washington based artist Anne Truitt was a very special talent and used drawing as part of her daily ritual, applying a variety of techniques on paper using graphite, ink, pastel, and acrylic.
The work of German born London-based artist Jost Münster made me think about layering with his collection of abstract art exploring this exact idea through the use of simple shapes.
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.
When producing this collection of furniture London based studio Raw Edges were heavily focused on both textures and patterns when applying a series of dyes to a light natural wood.
Canadian artist Scott Sueme has been painting abstract works of art for approximately seven years, using graffiti as a base to offer a slight twist in a more traditional medium.
Revolve by Flensted Mouritzen is a project consisting of Danish design duo Troels Flensted and Ragna Mouritzen who have made this series of sculpture from plaster and pigments.
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.
Roanna Wells is a British artist and her art captured my attention thanks to the quietness I sensed in the work, a series of brush marks are made on the page, some of which represent time itself.