The relationship between between our physical environment and the inspirations that make up all art or design is very fascinating. Design collective Furnishing Utopia, who we previously mentioned in 2018 with their brilliant collection interpreting the work of the Shakers, have put together their mo
Founded in 2006 by Kristina Sostarko, later joined by fellow artist and illustrator Jason Odd, the duo have created a hub for their experimentation with graphics and illustration titled Inaluxe.
Swiss artist Yvonne Robert's main focus is pure experimentation with colour and shape, wanting to make exciting compositions that abstract physical representations of an object or setting.
I was looking for flowing shapes and something bright and much to my pleasure came across the work of Hungarian Illustrator and artist Anna Kövecses who resides in Cyprus.
Karina Petersen made these Shadow Play Prints that investigate the relationship between light and shadow, juxtaposing both two-dimensional and three-dimensional elements on paper.
With a background in textile design, Lissa Thimm produces these fantastic prints at her studio in Copenhagen that combine geometry with a cluster of dynamic looking shapes.
I like creative people because they go that extra mile, even if it makes them look a little obsessed and, dare I say it, crazy. It doesn't matter, it's being created and that's it, which is exactly the kind of attitude that pushes the boundaries of what we conceive possible. I love this idea that th
Wilhelm Staehle bring us these wonderfully witty illustrations which have been vintage inspired in both humor and aesthetic. Recycling old artworks, Wilhelm hand cuts peculiar silhouettes and places them upon these colour rich backdrops that he’s come across on his travels. His work is very to
Artist and Illustrators at Hell’o monsters bring us these wonderfully imaginative creations that have been hand drawn. I felt they were deserving of a little more exposure so I’ve brought them across for all of us to enjoy. Through the creative characters appearance we often see disturba
I came across these stunning pieces by Arian Behzadi and was really inspried by the parallel he draws between his profession and the creative projects he produces. Arian majored in Biological Science and uses the majority of his spare moments to create visual design projects.
Juan Rayos is a Spanish based creative that takes photographs, films his friends skateboarding, and much much more. But what really caught my eye were these beautiful Moleskine pages in which he has created. Basically he’s took a Moleskine and has annotated each page with striking imagery and
Some great illustrations by a woman named Lucy Wragg, a graduate from the University of Westminster. I picked a specific series in which she did for her final major, involving various different animals. Titled ‘anthropomorphism’, these drawings are very quirky, and are littered with humo