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Legendary design duo Craig and Karl are back at it again. Honestly, do these dudes ever sleep? In their characteristically vivid style, the college cronies have revived a derelict gas station in London’s White City, unleashing unrestrained color in signature shades.
Cyprus-born architect and artist Kostas Neofitidis spent the better part of the past two decades on a magical journey through Southeast Asia, immersing himself in an alternative way of living that inspires his architectural and artistic work.
Can't see (how full my hands are) 42x60 inches acrylic on wood Maybe it’s the free flowing, curvaceous human forms inside artist Alex Gardner’s paintings that make him easily labeled as a surrealist.
Jesse Auersalo is a Finnish designer, illustrator and artist known for his smooth, digitally airbrushed paintings that often evoke a shocking sentiment.
“I came over to Jonathan’s house in the fourth grade and never left.” Explained a bearded Brian DeLaurenti.
Joseph McGlennon is the recent recipient of Australia’s prestigious William and Winifred Bowness Photography Award for his photograph titled, Florilegium #1.
Melbourne-based Visual Artist and Painter Laelie Berzon paints to understand life s she’s living it, piece by piece, blending the dramatic influences of her Eastern European heritage with her modern perspectives to create a visual and emotional unfolding through the textural interchange of painting, collage and mixed media.
Julian Meagher’s most recent collection of paintings emerged from a chance encounter with a scuba diver hunting for discarded longnecks that litter the seabeds of Sydney Harbor.
Melbourne-based artist Peta Clancy has put her Perspex mounted "Punctures" series on display at Linden Projects: Paper exhibition.
What is the solution to enduring "our whole crazy, fragmented world"? Well, humor, to be exact, explains painter Eckart Hahn.
Sometimes classified as an abstract minimalist, French artist Daniel Buren is known best for using regular, contrasting colored stripes in an effort to integrate visual surface and architectural space, notably on historical, landmark architecture.
“It is the darker elements of fairy tales that inspire my work, alongside topical news items and other sources of literature.
For Stephen Baker, every color and every painting’s palette is chosen as carefully as the bold lines and forms which shape his scenes.
Snapshot: Looking through the lens of photographer / adventurer Gray Malin’s camera is a glimpse into seeing the world through his eyes.
Snapshot: Creating contemporary art that’s centered upon the notion of technology and automation of society, Andreas Nicholas Fischer shows us alternate realities defined by digital renditions of data with his three year long Schwarm series.
Snapshot: French architect and artist Emmanuelle Moureaux moved to Tokyo two decades ago, drawn to the complex layering of a city known for how its cultural past informs its constant reinvention in the present.
Graphic Designer and Illustrator Magnus Voll Mathiassen is invariably drawn back to the land, to the vital relationship between himself and the surrounding Nordic landscape.
Snapshot: Rolling away from computer design, anchored in craftsmanship, French artists Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, co-founders of Zim&Zou, are focused on creating installations using handcrafted objects made out of tangible materials such as paper, wood, thread and leather.
Utilizing multiple computer rendering programs, Russian digital artist Maxim Shkret reveals his latest animal inspired series, titled Wolf & Hoof.
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