Berlin-based artist Jill Senft has developed an easily recognisable graphical style in her practice of painting wobbling characters into the funniest and most absurd scenarios. Her most recent project has been the creation of ‘Treemendous’, a new zine which couples the artist’s tree-based fascination with her quintessential humour. The zine is filled with her plumped-up characters and delightfully bright coloured palettes to depicted a different tree related scene on each page.
London based ceramic artist Hilary Mayo specialises in hand building techniques, focusing on the vessel form, texture and surface decoration. The sculptural pieces that Mayo creates are constructed with finely rolled slabs of stoneware clay. Subtly manipulated walls form a canvas on which multiple layers of glaze, oxide or stain are applied resulting in a unique finish to every piece.
Axel Vervoordt Gallery presents the complete cycle of paintings created in 1999 showing the room installation of white constructions, which are elements from the last proposed unfinished exhibition by Kabakov avatar and invented character Charles Rosenthal. Conceived as part of the large body of works within the oeuvre, The Alternative History Of Art – The Unfinished
Japanese born Kenichi Hoshine is a masterful painter now based in New York City. His work borders figurative and abstract work, bubbles of dark pastel colours which are seemingly abstract, until closer inspection reveal figures, flowers, teapots and more. His explosive paintings are predominantly painted with acrylics with sketch like textures and overlays. Each piece
Mexican based artist Ana Leovy celebrates women and diversity through her vibrant acrylic paintings. Typically using a technique called blind contour drawing, a method in which you keep your eyes fixed on the subject without looking at what your drawing. “I fell in love with the technique right away, I find it very interesting to
The inside and the outside, divided by a thin line: That is the basic module Nendo designer Oki Sato explored for this year’s presentation at Salone del Mobile Milano.
Hell’o collective is comprised of two Brussels based artists; Jérôme Meynen (Blastus) & Antoine Detaille (Tatone) who joined together in the late 90s.
Having previously set-up the highly acclaimed design studio Grandpeople, Norwegian graphic designer Magnus Voll Mathiassen went on to set up a new personal studio MVM in 2009
Swedish illustrator Petra Borner is a truly versatile artist. Her beautifully intricate linocut style patterns show hints of her beginnings in botanical and medical diagrams for scientific journals
Currently based in Berlin, U.S. born Winston Chmielinski continues his collection of psychedelic oil paintings.
Paul Rand is well renowned for his extensive and wide ranging contribution to the field of Graphics. Over the course of his career he designed a variety of posters, including marketing for corporations, motion pictures, museums and universities. View more on his website