Working out of Denmark, Verner Panton designed some truly out of this world, trippy, beautiful furniture and room interiors. One of the 20th century’s most influential artists in the area of interior design, and using unreal colours, surfaces, light, and spaces, you will be wowed by what this man has done.
Helena Maratheftis is a London-based professional doodler who is obsessed with saturated colour and in-your-face patterns. Her work spans the fields of illustration, graphic design, hand-drawn type and cheeky humour.
Stephen Knapp believes in the power of pure color and light. Though he describes his art as “light painting”, these brilliant light installations were created without any actual paint whatsoever. It’s all refracted white light and glass. Imagine the effects of a shattered rainbow being dumped haphazardly into an art gallery and you’ll have a […]
Marcin Aleksander Surowiec has a very specific, striking tattoo style. His technique is consistent all across the board, yet each tattoo is a unique masterpiece of skin and technicolor. From funky cartoonish illustrations to sweet, Day of the Dead-style sugar skulls, this is the man I’d go to see for a David Bowie portrait piece. […]
Australian artist Zoe Sernack channels the beauty of natural forms in her recent botanical paintings which display a beautifully orchestrated balance between vibrant summer colours, composition and form.
Patrick Hruby is a mentor of mine and a genius illustrator and designer. His work is geometrically created and stunningly beautiful, with wonderful use of color. His work never fails to amaze me. Or make me smile.
Brian Osborne’s style of art and clothing uses a variety of brightly colored geometric shapes that seem to be taken straight out of an 80s Miami color palette. Although most of his work channels the 80’s in color and style, Osborne brings a modern twist to his ideas. His pieces, like his personality and energy, bring life to the senses, and definitely demand a second look.
Full of neon colors and high level detail, the work of Columbian designer-illustrator Andrés Ariza seems to capture a series of moments from the same lucid dream. Clearly inspired by video games as much as geometry, his characters are chaotic – assembling and disassembling themselves at will.
I fell in love with Kim Deakins the first time I saw her paintings. Then I fell in love with her again while she told me long and intricate stories about the lives of the characters she paints as we chatted at a bar on the eve of her MFA graduation. Then, again, when I independently discovered that she too is transfixed by teeth and delighted in making up fake band names. Far as I know, she’s involved. So I got her to give me a tattoo.
Photography team JUCO (Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud) have a dynamic use of color in their work. Their new series for Lulu’s Fall campaign is no different. Their set, designed by Adi Goodrich, features brightly colored carpet, which is something you don’t usually see in most fashion photography.