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.
Martha Sturdy is a talented sculptor from Vancouver, British Columbia, that uses a mixture of materials and has spent most of her life inspired by the nature that surrounds her in Canada.
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.
Italian artist Alessandra Taccia, who currently lives in Cambridge, England, explores everyday objects and life through her painting, breaking down the setting to the essential forms.
This studio is the brainchild of Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto, also co-founders of the established creative agency under the name 'Studiopepe'. Here's a selection of experimental works from their portfolio.
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.
Using wire to suspend these objects in different formations, Mari Andrews sculpture consists of stones, twigs, and other simple objects found out and about on her walks and travels.
Throughout his lifetime Barcelona born artist Josep Maria Subirachs used interlocking concepts and natural materials to create angular modern sculpture that is still relevant today.
Although I'm not necessarily an 'art' buff, I still find myself getting inspired by a multitude of artists both from the past and present. A link between those that do inspire me is an element of abstraction, such as Picasso or Salvador Dali, maybe even Alexander Calder to throw a sculptural artist
As we pass through a period of good will and spirit, I wanted to showcase a short film I came across this morning that shares the story of a company that's based around this very same community feel. Once again we are heading over to the creative hub that is Portland, Oregan as Matt Pierce introduce
You might have noticed the blog going a little quiet over the past few days, I just want to come through and apologise on that front. I hadn't come across a project that has really gripped or enticed me, and we feel compelled to try and offer something insightful here when we do post. Which is why I
The sensibilities of Japanese craft and design have been a constant influence on the work we do here and the projects we like to highlight, so I’m sure it wasn’t a surprise when we introduced Rieko Fujimoto into the shop at the tail end of last week. We are constantly making connections in this