Both graphic and furniture design collide in his newest selection of work which has seen him travel in a totally new direction, producing coloured glass furniture that's minimalist and modern.
A selection of compositions by visual artist Liat Elbling. Born in Israel, she constructs these models out of basic materials, later creating a visual replica by photographing them.
A selection of fantastic works by ceramist Wim Borst, a Dutch artist who creates geometric forms which have their roots in the Dutch geometrical abstract tradition.
Fernando Mastrangelo has been trying to buck the trend by using materials such as salt, sand and rock to create functional, minimalist outdoor and indoor furniture solutions.
Dutch photographer Pim Leenen believes that there is a secret life hidden behind materials that at first glance seem self-evident, he hopes to capture this new meaning.
Inspired by abstract compositions, New York photographer Mary Ellen Bartley has layered vacant sleeves on a lightbox to create unique shapes and forms.
Danish glass artist Tobias Møhl uses subtle shifts in pattern to create a fossil like appearance, which makes his abstract vessels both captivating and refreshing on the eye.
HALE, founded by self-taught designer Jonathan Nesci in 2006, has produced these fantastic industrial furnitures inspired by abstract artists such as Donald Judd and Josef Albers.
Some great minimalist stoneware and ceramic objects by Danish designer Ole Jensen. Usually I like the quirky independent pottery but Normann Copenhagen have produced some great objects over the years, for example check out Aaron Probyn’s cutlery, it’s an amazing set which makes me really envious
Dieter Rams is one of those designers in which you can’t seem to shake off, no matter what creative industry you’re in. You have to pay homage to the man who was so ahead of time, he was in another world to be exact. Obviously Dieter has only recently been more admired for his works, [&h