I've been thoroughly enjoying this architectural artwork by Amy Park, a painter who investigates the history of architecture and abstraction through watercolour.
Titled Mikado, Fredrik has deconstructed the function of a chair, reducing the complex form to a series of horizontal and vertical plane lines that rise from the ground.
This series titled 'Light Mark' is created using simple means, just a pen on paper. Without using a ruler Kazuki Nakahara repeats lines at the same angle and direction.
A collection of ten photographic images that show layers of acetate cut into different geometric shapes that have been carefully placed and lit to construct formal arrangements.
Created by making incisions in the walls and inserting large panes of glass at different angles, these glass walkways and openings by Sarah Oppenheimer are visually appealing and deceptive.
Watch this brilliant documentary by Goldmark on Lee Kang-Hyo, one of Korea's finest living potters, where they visit his studio where he creates a mixture of tableware and sculpture.
These fantastic architectural sculptures by Nicholas Lees have symmetrical rings spanning the entire body, which are then manipulated slightly to create an illusionary effect on the eye.
Constructing canvases in specific sizes, measured to share a common mathematical ratio, Landon Metz creates bold abstract art using pigmented dye on unprimed canvas.
There are some fascinating connections between different projects that have made it up on the site, I often look back at older articles in each category and notice little details that link them all together. Strangely enough my taste has stayed quite consistent over the years and, although I know it