Chicago-based artist Bruce Riley uses resin and paint to create vibrant, abstract shapes that blossom organically across large-scale panels. Pools of resin form the base of his striking creations, while
Seoul-based artist Ilhwa Kim hand-dyes, cuts, and rolls thousands of individual sheets of Korean mulberry paper to form vibrant, three-dimensional works of art bursting with striking patterns and imagery.
Although New York-based artist Shigeno Ichimura’s intricately patterned mixed-media creations look like they were produced mechanically, each individual dot of paint was in fact squeezed out by the artist’s
In her Seed collection, artist Michelle Mckinney uses ultra fine woven metal to create ethereal, nature-inspired works of art. These large scale pieces, that can measure up to 1.2 meters in width, are
London-based photographer and digital artist, Nikita Gill, transports viewers to a picturesque world that totters the boundary between reality and fantasy. A Quiet Day in Wonderland, Gill’s whimsical revolves
Technologist Joe O’Connell and sculptor Blessing Hancock recently teamed up to create Brilliance, a family of six sculptures composed of multilingual phrases collected from the community, cut out of stainless
New York-based artist Kim Keever creates intriguing abstract photographs through an experimental exploration of form and color. To create each piece, the artist drops colorful paint pigments into a huge
Since Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg first coined the term “cinemagraph” in early 2011, the artistic medium has taken the internet by storm, captivating viewers everywhere with its subtle beauty. Strasbourg,