American artist Michael Delucia’s art has a defining feature; abstracting form. His earlier artworks were more literal, covering a shopping trolley with tinsel or placing metal railings in to a formation in the street. But seeing the progression from these physical sculptures to ink on paper l
Canadian designer Zoe Mowat has designed this new cabinet for Japanese brand Ariake that takes traditional elements from Japanese culture and incorporates them in to a modern design.
British artist Richard Devereux uses free spirited methods that lead to intriguing artworks that balance a clean and contemporary look with a deeper meaning and character.
Elvia Perrin is an artist and printer based in Austin, Texas. She makes prints that are quietly minimalist, up close you can see lots of detail and textures that give her works depth and originality.
Inspired by the Japanese aesthetic, artist and creative Ann Symes has been using the ancient method of woodblock printing to create unusual and abstract patterns on paper.
A beautiful selection of work by American printmaker Katie Ridley Murphy, who arranges rocks, sticks and other natural objects until a pattern occurs that she can then respond to.
The film presented below definitively lifted my spirits on this ever so grey morning. It was quite a random find in fact. I stumbled across it when searching Kathryn Marshalls page, the creator of this piece below. Before we even start I recommend you to check out a short she made a while back title
I found this creative video by Filipe Carvalho titled Partex Oil and Gas. The short film was produced with a Sony HD camera on a light box using printed transparencies, water and black ink. A really creative piece, in which Filipe has stepped outside of the box to get the finished product done. Plus