Henrietta Molinaro is an image-maker with English and Italian roots. Her training as a photographer and graphic designer informs the highly detail-oriented process of creating images using traditional techniques that involve hours of deliberation in the darkroom. Working primarily in cyanotype and s
There is something about a handwoven rug that goes beyond its physical appearance. Every element makes up a bigger picture and a story is told through each fibre. Beni’s handwoven rugs combine the old with the new. Like traditional rugs, they have an earthy element and an apparent sense of cra
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
There is something quite remarkable about brightly coloured abstract shapes against stark white backgrounds. This is the main characteristic of Joanne Freeman’s work and how her paintings come to life. Freeman, who obtained her Master’s degree in Fine arts from the New York University, first
Originally from Virginia, now New York based artist Marleigh Culver works both in digital and physical mediums using playful colours and unique shape combinations in her work.
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.
Multidisciplinary creative studio Atelier CPH from Copenhagen, Denmark and The Poster Club have joined forces to create these special abstract prints inspired by abstract and cubist sculptures.
I was drawn to these fantastic looking canvases, prints and public artworks by Tony "Rubin" Sjöman, a Brooklyn-based artist who is known for his complex, abstract geometric style.
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.
Born in Madrid in 1971, Jesus' has focused most of life being a graphic designer and illustrator, and at the moment he has a particular fascination with limited edition abstract Giclee Prints.
Inspired by an early text on Japanese gardening where "creating a garden" is referred to as "setting stones", Bob Cornelis has mimicked this with a set of geometric objects.