Henri Lamy is a french figurative painter, whose love for painting was actually induced by his father at an early age. Henri is a fan of Pollock's drip paintings, a painting technique that consists in dropping paint, or even throwing it from the pallet knife straight to the canvas.
There is an on-going trend amid artists today, where incredible pieces of art emerge from using found objects and re-purposed materials. The Woolff Gallery in London is an active promoter of this new-age art, and starting April the 19th, the gallery is hosting
Jakuesta Kuesta is a Spanish artist currently residing between Santiago de Compostela and the island of Ibiza. The geometric, almost architectural shapes we find in his paintings, matched by vivid and contrasting colors, are inspired by the north of Spain and the
Kansas City based artist Adrian Halpern is somewhat of a visionary, capable of seeing the unseen and understanding the secret language of signs and symbols. His obsession with mysticism transcends in his art, that has a therapeutic effect on him, a form of
Company DIZAJNO comes to the market with another non-traditional piece of furniture. It's called Zebra and it will bring your living room to life. The traditional upholstery composition with rigid OSB frame, use of sinuous spring system in the seat and backrest,
Orishiki is a single piece carrying device made of triangular shaped segments that can fold, unfold, and wrap up in just a few moves. The principle of Orishiki can be applied to just about any kind of carrying device, from big pieces of luggage, to accessories such
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.
With her work "And A And Be And Not", German designer Camilla Richter renders the visual poetry of the passing of time. Life is in a continuous movement and the passing of time in nature is expressed by the direction of light. All these features are found in this
In 2012, Ann Arbor based artist Math Monahan, designed and created Between, an installation consisting in two collections of braided books arranged in a circular form, placed in separate parts of the University of Michigan library. The arrangement holds together