London-based studio practice Forest + Found use wood, textiles and other crafts to create works of art that are inspired by architectural structures, ancient landscapes and cultural objects.
Yoon creates these works by layering the material one by one in spherical moulds, he then completes the puzzle by following whatever's in his mind. Hopefully these inspire some thoughts and make you look deeper in to your own journey.
Art and design cross swords in this entertaining project by Danish artist Jepp Hein which appeals to the playful nature of the city dweller through the considered eye of the confessed surrealist. If you've not come across her work before Jepp is widely known for her tongue in cheek installations in
As many of you may already know I'm quite a big fan of the filming style of Mark and Angela Walley, I'm just glad they're equally adept at sourcing out some really innovative artists like Yasuaki Onishi who features in this film of theirs that I'm sharing today. I've not come across Yasuaki before b
A watchful eye has been laid upon musician Amon Tobin since his new album release called ‘Isam’ back in April. I caught wind of an interesting project that he’s been involved with working on technical projection setups and other creative spin offs from the album. For example here w
An old favorite artist of mine, Levi van Veluw, is holding an exhibition in his homeland of Holland with the last opportunity to take a viewing tomorrow at the Galerie Ron Mandos. Levi will be showcasing his latest collection of workings with the main event being some wonderful imaginative portrait
This is the second video from the Zimoun Sound Sculptures & Installation series that we’ve showcased on the website. I’ve been a massive fan of the overall aesthetic and also the innovative elements involved, engineering being key. In this video we can see lots of 8x8cm pieces of ca
A real talent, Daniel Everett, his works are interesting, creative and distinctively stylish. He combines all sorts of different medias, exploring the possibilities and limits of personal meaning in public spaces. Most of his work focuses specifically on aesthetics and implications of the outdated a
Richard Evans, the 27 year old creative retoucher and graphic designer, produced this piece of work called Information Leak. This was made using laser-cut letters that appear to be flowing out of a tap like water, hence the title of the project. The idea behind this design was to represent the infor