Beijing-based artist Yum Tang turns food craving into a poetic desire with a series of watercolors. From cherry tomatoes to ginger, small, square posters feature raw vegetables and fruit against color-synchronized backgrounds.
Monsieur Qui (Mr Qui) or in English Mister Who is French illustrator / street Artist. His fashion illustrations are beautiful, as you can see in a lot of his drawings, Mr Qui likes to incorporate his hand made typography.
Handwritten notes and letters, whether we like it or not, just aren’t around too much these days. Most people jet off an email, send a quick text message, or communicate via one of the many multimedia options. This makes Annie Vought‘s recent series Paper Cut Letters even more striking and meaningful. “With the ubiquity of […]
Haroshi makes these crazy art pieces recycling old used skateboards. The most important style of Haroshi’s three-dimensional art piece is the wooden mosaic. In order to make a sculpture out of a thin skateboard deck, one must stack many layers. But skate decks are already processed products, and not flat like a piece of wood […]
Ayumi Takahashi perfectly manages to mix the ancient with the contemporary, she creates stunning portraiture with eye-popping colors and clean lines.
This minimal yet contemplative exhibition consists of 12 pieces of dark rock from Île Sainte-Hélène and Île Notre-Dame, two islands that float in the beautiful St. Lawrence river running through Montreal, Quebec.
Some Beautiful watercolor, Cut Paper, Photo Incorporated She walk the line between Designer and Artist. Stina Persson show her work in big galleries around the world and creating advertising designs for major brands. It’s no wonder she has all this attention.
It’s clear that the Swiss contemporary artist Sylvie Fleury means to transform everything she touches into pure gold, like a contemporary alchemist!
Jason Middlebrook is described by Artforum as having a “long-standing interest in decaying landscape and nature/culture clashes”. And from the looks of his work, which usually incorporate discarded objects and leftover debris, the Michigan-born, New York-based artist does seem to have a penchant for searching in unlikely places for his artistic mediums.
Celebrated Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos showcases the beauty of handicraft techniques from her home country in the Bestiary series.