I never really experienced the power of light in art until I stumbled in to the work of American artist James Turrell. Online visually his sculpture is impressive, in person it’s moving to the point that it makes you reconsider your viewpoint on art and even life itself. Although Turrell tends
Wow. So inspired by Brooklyn-based artist Heather McKenna and her wonderful paintings. Some works are part of her ‘Inclinations’ series for an exhibit at the Spencer Brownstone Gallery in New York that took place in 2018. Admittedly this was a little while back, but I thought the combina
Challenging the boundaries of design by finding inspiration from various sectors is what creativity is all about. Through the material that you source and scratch away at you leave small fragments that become ideas, stitching a foundation that will become your own work, thus seeing your vision come
Back in 2006 one of the most inspiring exhibitions I came across was Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fukasawa’s Super Normal exhibition. It seems like light years ago, but I think this was a tipping point for many of us designers who were already feeling sick of the throwaway culture taking place at
Bringing a sense of expression to any art form is a difficult task. Especially when using static, hard materials that are rigid and don’t generally lend themselves to being manipulated in an expressive way. Hungarian artist Bence Magyarlaki has took on the challenge! His interest in architectu
Italian artist Marco Tirelli's work has a mystical quality and if you look deeper and you can see interesting ways in which he uses art to express something that can't necessarily be seen.
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.
This work by American artist Vince Contarino uses fairly random strokes on the page but has still been able to make them look cohesive, as well as incorporating structural shapes.
I came across this recent exhibition at Jacksons in Berlin which showcases the works of Danish furniture designer Poul Kjærholm, showing his understanding of construction and craftsmanship.
British artist and photographer Darren Harvey-Regan explores the different layers in photography by juxtaposing images of nature against placed, man-made sculptures.
Tony Smith was a builder, designer and architect who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright, spending 20 years as an architect before making the switch to sculpture.
Australian artist Stephen Ormandy experiments with coloured paper cuttings to make abstract 'scale-models' that represent his larger canvases painted using oil.