One thing I find so interesting about simplicity, especially in art and design, is that as you take away the obvious flaws become so apparent. If the colour is slightly off or the shape is not quite right, each element stands out so that there really is nowhere to hide. Abstract art is similar in [&
There’s something about mixing not just the type of media used but also different creative professions, such as illustration and graphic design. It certainly makes for a unique twist on the final output of a design as the influences mix and merge. Here, for example, Dutch creative Jordy van de
Spanish artist Claudia Valsells currently resides in Barcelona and has a talent for mixing colours that have playful undertones but balance out nicely thanks to her use of bright and dark.
I was taken aback by the creative lifestyle of Connecticut-based artist Sarah Martinez and was happy to hear that she's attracted mainly to the experience of the act of creating itself.
When I came across the portfolio of Spanish artist Carlos Regueira it really inspired me, making me think about the different tones he has used and how the gradients radiate on the canvas.
Sabine Portela is a talented artist that currently resides and makes at her studio in the UK, but her use of natural tones in her art is what drove me to highlight her work here.
Work by New York based artist Tamar Zinn, who blurs the lines by building up and sanding down layers of paint until she finds the right balance between activity and calm.
Titled 'Infusions', American glass artist Jamie Harris has produced these block-like forms made from clear glass in which colour is added to create the appearance of liquid forms.
Living in New York, Japanese Artist Hiroyuki Hamada's main point of exploration is sculpture, but he also uses prints and drawings as a starting point for all his artworks.
I've been thoroughly enjoying this architectural artwork by Amy Park, a painter who investigates the history of architecture and abstraction through watercolour.
I pulled across some fantastic sculpture from the one and only Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, better known as Le Corbusier, a genius in my eyes who always inspires me to get creative. I guess you could class this work as later in his life, for example the above piece titled "Little Secret" was created