THE DISTINCTLY HUMAN AND VIVID WORK OF AMAIA GOMEZ MARZABAL

“My inspiration is the image itself. I like to tell a story with my art and let the viewer thinking about the message of the image,” says Amaia Gomez Marzabal of her paintings, “Through the ideas of repetition...

Typewriters have historically been used to create only one type of art, that obviously being writing, and until engaging with Nutthawut Siridejchai’s work most people would never have thought that it could be used for anything else. Born in Bangkok, Thailand, now based...

Sarah Esmoingt’s says she has the creative spirit in her blood, coming from a lineage of Parisian dancers and sculptors and architects, and this artistic heritage can be seen when looking at the intricacy of her embroidery and the beautiful minimalist line work of her...

Look down, are you sitting on a chair? If you are, do you know who made it, can you feel and see the grain of the wood, can you describe the color or the shape, is it art? Maybe you aren’t sitting but no matter where you are, whether that is an office or your bedroom o...

"Stay Strong, Believe in Hell and Fall In Love With Me" is the title of one of Maksym Kazarin's paintings, and this title is a great tell of the depth and drama of the work this man creates. Ukrainian born, Maksim decided to be an artist when he turned 20. He graduated...

Among wooden chairs and oval cabinets, we find Shuya Iida, who left Okayama, Japan, to become one of the most distinguished industrial and furniture designers on this side of the Hudson River.

Since 2010 he has owned and operated his own studio called Shuya Design, a sp...

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