It may be controversial to say, but I think in many ways we can thank industrial design for an overall reduction in design. Creating repeatable shapes and making it easier for machines to complete many of the processes that were once achieved by hand. Of course there’s value in handicraft too,
For Holger Kilumets, the idea of exploring composition through still life brings countless ideas for new works of art. Based in Tallinn, Estonia, Kilumets has been featured in books, exhibitions, and editorial stories. Through photography, he explores the relationship between shapes and colors, sear
Sepideh Ilsey, an Iranian artist currently based in Perth, Australia starts out with a number of digital sketches before later transferring these on to linen with paint using brush techniques.
Laurie Maun, a UK based artist, pulled me in with her unique formations that interweave shape and colour, combining to create artworks that are both intriguing and pleasing on the eye.
Talented Spanish architect and visionary sculptor Arturo Berned has been creating these gritty and energetic sculptures that stand juxtaposed to the urban environment surrounding them.
Estonian based ceramic design studio Nuud, a project by talented designer Mariana Laan, looks to use a variety of techniques to create objects with "perfect simplicity".
Canadian artist Scott Sueme has been painting abstract works of art for approximately seven years, using graffiti as a base to offer a slight twist in a more traditional medium.
John Zabawa is a talented graphic designer and art director currently living in Los Angeles who has been able to connect with a number of brands and keep his overall identity and style intact.
Oliver Kruse is a German visual artist who uses his knowledge of architecture, geometry and other spatial environments to intrigue the viewer with his complex formations.
Talented Industrial Designer Tim Defleur has decided to embrace the flaws in craft and experiment with 3D Printing using porcelain, the result is a series of objects that plays with asymmetry.
Scottish artist Bobby Clark inspired me a lot with her minimal abstract artworks, tending to let white space play a major part in the placement of shapes, giving the final pieces a pleasant aesthetic.
Talented designer Daniele De Batté uses the module as a starting point, working with the idea of balancing positive and negative space in her abstract drawings and sculpture.