Gilles and Cecilie Studio offer a variety of talents to bring three-dimensional spaces to life - and then make them burst with vitality. Their solutions for Hotel Folketeatret in Oslo, Norway, are sophisticated, complex, and bring each space to life, showcasing a variety of their talents.Read More
A prism can appear simple – and then you pick and up, and the nimble dance of light within, as well as on the walls around you, let you know that what appears to be straightforward, can also be magical. Phillip Low creates one-of-a-kind, hand-faceted lucite geometric sculptures, whose gentle glow and tactile simplicity will certainly delight.Read More
There is a subtlety to Michael Schnabel's Fine Artwork – a simplicity that belies the depth each image holds - if you are willing to slow down in this frenetic world, and take the time to really observe, you will be rewarded by finding a certain quality of calm profoundness, hidden within each image.Read More
Ideally, a collaboration should bring people together to create something new, and better than what any one person could each have created on their own – - and such is the case with RomanLeo, which beautifully combines the efforts and talents of Randy Crisp and Ruzanna Yesayan.Read More
Filip Dujardin creates architecture of the mind in his fantastical series "Fictions". Unhindered by practical considerations, or even gravity, he is free to explore new extremes of modernism far and beyond the inklings of a Frank Lloyd Wright daydream - because his buildings only exist in the images he creates.Read More
Leigh Viner's style may suggest effortless ease, but each drawing she makes is a delightful combination of energy and hidden precision.
Christopher David Ryan’s graphic portfolio is surprisingly expansive and diverse – but one of my many favorites from him are his series of “Dailies”. Simple yet clever illustrations that boil communication down to the heart of the matter.Read More
David Sims is a notoriously private person – preferring to leave his mark inside the passing moments he captures on film. His images are gritty, stark, and have an anti-fashion quality to them as he depicts scenes of both beauty and a natural rawness. His aesthetic on film carries over to his personal life – he and partner LuellaBartley live in Cornwall in a 17th century farmhouse, where he impressively is known to regularly surf.Read More
Equus: The genus of mammals that includes horses – from the Ass to Zebra, Equus covers the globe. Going back through millennia, Equus have captured the human imagination in a way few animals ever do – from gracing cave walls as paintings, to appearing in our earliest mythology, and being seen in the sky as star constellations – - the horse is an animal companion that is close to our collective human soul.Read More
At the tender age of 12, Mart began painting in the streets of Buenos Aires, bringing his vibrant, whimsical style to lucky passers by. His vibrant colors and playful subjects bely a sophisticated mastery of the use of aerosol paints.
Mart is an established contemporary artist with a rising international profile. He maintains a strong relationship with his community, and his work can be seen throughout Palermo, the neighbourhood where he grew up.Read More
So much in nature reconnects us to our own sense of wonder at this world that we live within. And there is nothing quite like watching animals to spark within us our own sense of empathy and awe, as we recognize ourselves within these astonishing creatures. More Than Human with amaze, inspire, and thrill you - but most of all, it will make you think.Read More
Creatives love to see photographers’ personal work because it reveals their true photographic style without anyone else’s influence or input. APA Los Angeles – otherwise known as American Photographic Artists – understands this insight, and that is why they have put together their show, Off The Clock, for the third year in a row.Read More