Chicago and North Indiana-based artist Kelly Knaga lets her youthful and playful side out with these special abstract artworks that reverberate creativity and seek to inspire others to get creative.
New York-based artist Matt Connors' has been able to keep his child-like powers, producing these abstract artworks that have a strong focus on colour and shape and rely heavily on brush technique.
Louis Reith is a Dutch artist who is based in Zetten, Netherlands and has created this series of collages that are juxtaposed with bold shapes, architectural spaces, landscapes and other artefacts.
Australian artist Lisa Madigan has mixed her background as a stylist and her experience in floristry to create art that's very expressive, using oil paint on a number of materials to achieve this.
I've had my eyes on Jenni Rope's work for a while now. This talented creative who lives and works in Helsinki channels her thinking across a number of mediums, including painting and sculpture.
These particular works are by Leigh Wells,I liked the way in which she incorporated light and shadow, as well as different plants to create a series of flower arrangement through paper snippets.
These works by Marta Ayala Herrera inspired me indeed, a Spanish designer who is interested in exploring the relationship between the human and their environment through objects alone.
Scottish artist Bobby Clark inspired me a lot with her minimal abstract artworks, tending to let white space play a major part in the placement of shapes, giving the final pieces a pleasant aesthetic.
Parisian artist Alma Charry stood out for her minimalist approach, but I was especially captivated by her mixed media projects, which often involve coloured card and paper.
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.
Yuichi Inoue is a Japanese artist and calligrapher who was born in Tokyo, he had a fantastic talent for showcasing pure expression, and his ability to let himself go and be in the moment.
With his aim being to find an uncommon form through experimentation, Jeonghwa Seo has designed a selection of furniture and deskware exploring the structure of functional objects.