Dutch artist Suzan Drummen creates these painstaking floor installations, using mirrors, crystals, precious stones, and chromed metal. These fractal like artworks look clean and uncluttered from afar, but at a closer look, their intricate details are unveiled. Suzan is somewhat of an illustionist, playing with space and using optical effects to render what the human...
Maine based sculptor Jacques Vesery turns plain ol’ wood into luxurious decorative objects, with a carving skill that we rarely see. Each of his artworks has embedded a piece of Jacques’s spirit, connecting see and sky, reality and fantasy, conscious
Bartek Elsner is a Berlin based multi-disciplinary designer, who also creates very interesting cardboard sculptures. From street installations, to indoor decorations, his works are truly intricate and unique. Follow Bartek on Behance, or check-out his blog for more
Virgina based sculptor Morgan Herrin hand-carves these outstanding mystical characters, godlike creatures that emerge from the combination of very distinctive forms and evolve into a human mutation. The sculptures are entirely hand-carved and they take hundred of
Basel based artist, Florence Rometsch started her “relationship” with clay in 1997, as she began working independently with this material. In 2001 she opened her workshop in Basel, where she creates these amazing pieces, from figurines and bowls, all
Recycle, recycle, recycle! seems to be the motto of the decade. Paris based graphic designer Brauer is yet another great artist who gives us a taste of his creative abilities with his collection cleverly entitled "Viva la roboluciòn!"
Tokushige Hideki is a Tokyo-based sculptor whose material of choice is just a tad out of the ordinary, to say the least. His works are 100% organic. So organic in fact that they used to be alive. These beautiful flowers are made of mouse bones. The deceased rodents
Some say that the best art is the one that deceives you. Beijing artist, designer and book editor, Li Hongbo, creates these mind blowing paper sculptures that might be mistaken for porcelain works. His technique is inspired by the Chinese paper gourds, decorative
Jane Muir creates these unique hand painted figures, representing stereotypes or archetypal characters. The figures are hand modeled, which gives Jane the freedom to experiment with the clay, constantly modifying and adjusting her creations as they emerge.