Getting huge acclaim from Australia to Germany, and everywhere in between, Mark Alsweiler’s artwork consists of various American-Amish-looking folk, native American symbols, music, transport and nature. All with underlying nods to the simple pleasures in life.
You would know you walked into one of Rafael de Cárdenas interiors within a heartbeat. Bold geometrical shapes, bursting colour and repeating lines create such a visual pop, you’d be forgiven for thinking you had been slipped something in your morning coffee. With these factors combined, the illusion of perspective and space often demand a double take. Moving beyond interiors, he ventures into some pretty unique furniture design, too.
Something akin to what you would see through a kaleidoscope, bright and vibrant geometric shapes make up these cool scarfs from Lucy-Jay. A recent collaboration with Simon Cook from Stone and Spear adds the extra collage element of ‘found’ photography.
Sometimes you only have a spare minute. What better way to spend it by watching a short video that gives you a little insight into someone else’s world? One Minute Wonders are beautifully shot, well edited, and keep it brief.
The Olympics is about bringing people together. In this case, it’s also about bringing vermin together. Yes, even the Olympics cynics out there will get a kick out of this. A brilliant piece of work by Leo Bridle.
They’re talented, they’re hardworking, and now, with Slanted Mansion, you can get a peek into their spaces. They’re the creative doers and thinkers – some established, some emerging – from all around the globe and wildly different crafts and disciplines. Through their words and their environments, you can get to know a different one of these characters every week.