Australian based Freelance Designer Bianca Chang, also part time paper artist produced these meticulous two-dimensional sculptures from 80gsm recycled paper. I could only wish to gain her mad skill with the x-acto knife.
Artist Haruka Kojin made an installation of reflections from acrylic lenses hanging from the ceiling distorting our perception of space. Source: But Does it Float
Peep-Hole is a non-profit organization dedicated to contemporary art in Milan. These Peep-Hole sheets are quarterly publications written by artists, and published by Mousse Publishing.
Born and raised in Kharkov, Ukraine, Stanislava Pinchuk or Miso is an artist known for her maidens and symmetrical babushkas framing front doors. They are usually embellished with lovely geometric patterns painted on large print paper. She is now based in Melbourne, Australia where she exhibits her work in Vacancy Gallery and Gorker Gallery. ...
One might find humour and fascination in Mike Guppy’s work. He usually takes imagery and technology that we encounter from our daily lives, and renders them suspended, somehow disassociating the viewers from its original context. “The web is a perfect example of how technology transforms society, and we’re right amidst it. This is where...
A nice overview of fashion designer Esther Perbandt’s apartment and workplace. The great piece was from artist Marco Pho Grassi whom she collaborated with on her latest collection. Source: Freunde von Freunden
A self-taught photographer, Akos Major, from Hungary produce these ethereal and almost ghostly landscapes. Photographer Akos Major
Poetry on 15mm sq stamps quoting Shakespeare are now on print in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Hat-Trick Design and illustrator Marion Deuchars were commissioned to produce this collectible set for the Royal Mail. More photos. Studio Hat-Trick Design Handwriting Marion Deuchars
This is fascinating, you can view graffiti art around the globe from your screen via Google Maps. A collaborative collection of sites from Google Srteet View. Link Street Art View Source: Unurth (1) 108, Modena, Italy (2) Ludo, Paris, France
A lovely set of 6×6 square format photographs by Ta.
The Austrian artist Erwin Wurm known for his provocative and humorous One Minute sculptures was interviewed for the fifth issue of It’s Nice That, also featuring his sculpture on its cover. To read the whole interview purchase the magazine. Artist Erwin Wurm Source: Its Nice That
Fika with Emma Photograph by Maja Norrman Few things that I love about this photograph is the contrast of the busy metropolitan cab and the timeless simplicity of the woman sitting idly before it. We seem to be drawn in as spectators, watching the subject in midst of taking a photograph of her...
A collection of stunning photographs from Kim Høltermand, a freelance landscape and architect photographer from Kirke Værløse, Denmark. Isolated sea stacks or rocks on the surface of the still lake seems almost mirror-like, its reflection making it seem to float and the mist diffusing the light in its surrounding creates these lovely faint colors making a...
The Visitor Series Photograph by Dairou Koga I couldn’t help but be enthralled by these photographs—they’re gorgeous. I just love the light in that shop and that beautiful wooden table, and the texture on that lovely little ceramic cup, simply elegant, not to mention all those lovely books as its backdrop. Photographer Dairou Koga...
Jakob Nylund, a Designer and Typographer in Sweden, who also keeps an impressive collection of portraits of his friends on his photo blog. Photographer Jakob Nylund
German artist Bettina Krieg is known for her intricate drawings produced with ink and graphite on large scale print paper. Her work and installation are currently exhibited at the Andrae Kaufmann Gallery. Artist Bettina Krieg Source: Freunde von Freunden
Came across Christopher Wool’s work from a visit to SFMoMA and found the Adversary painting to be one of my favorite pieces from the collection. He made a series of stenciled paintings with phrases repeated throughout large canvases. Artist Christopher Wool