Beijing-based artist Yum Tang turns food craving into a poetic desire with a series of watercolors. From cherry tomatoes to ginger, small, square posters feature raw vegetables and fruit against color-synchronized backgrounds.
Moving from flat sheets to voluminous objects, 2½ D is an exploration of foam forms for indoor spaces by Amsterdam / London based design studio I O I A.
Australian artist Melissa Haslam’s Illustrations combine intricate plant life and figures in often haunting landscapes. Melissa draws influence from vintage illustration, botanical art, Victorian painting, and contemporary fashion photography. Her drawing skills are pretty impressive, I love it… Check out her blog for her latest news and in-process sketches/illustrations…
The Crayola Crayon carver, Diem Chau, that we reviewed not a long time ago just finished her latest project with W+K (Wieden+Kennedy) for Nike : The Write the Future Press Kit (following their sick commercial). A nice idea and packaging (even tho the players dont really look like themselves).
I am sure you have already noticed our appreciation for the art of Trompe L’oeil, especially in open public spaces. This is an ongoing series of constructed photographs, by Zander Olsen, rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material […]
Kevin Cyr is a Brooklyn based painter. Kevin’s paintings are mostly drawn on plywood. He basically removes the vehicles from their original context and recreates a background giving the subject more importance. He’s style is just perfect, I love his Camper bike Project.
Polish painter Jarek Puczel graduated from the University of Warsaw has gained his artistic experience as a filmmaker, graphic designer and painter.
Julian Mayor, an artist and a designer based in East London, creates sculptural and creative objects that are inspired by craft making and computer possibilities.