Mondrian Brought to Life

Bulgaria-based design studio Brani & Desi, recently designed an interior inspired by the work of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. Breakfast with Mondrian uses the forms, lines and colors typical of Mondrian paintings, with black elements that ground the space and a larger white backdrop that activates the colors and makes them pop. While every zone […]

Paintings by Cinta Vidal

We love these captivating, architectural paintings by Spanish artist Cinta Vidal Agulló. Through her patchwork of scenes, Vidal aims to represent the ways in which we as individuals navigate our world. She hopes to show narratives of individuals finding a unique place and viewpoint, despite the confusion of their surrounding and their inability to understand others. Take […]

Hilma af Klint at the Guggenheim

Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future, is the first major solo exhibition of the artist’s work in the United States, and is on show at the Guggenheim until April 23rd. The work of Hilma af Klint is remarkable, especially when one considers that her abstract paintings were created as early as 1906. During her lifetime […]

The Exploratorium

Construction of the stunning Exploratorium museum, designed by Bernard Tschumi Architects, has been completed in Tianjin, China. The building was designed with influence from the Tianjin Urban Planning and Design Institute, who suggested the architecture should represent the deep industrial history of Tianjin. When the building opens in August of this year, it will house art galleries along […]

69 cities of the UK

Artist Carl Lavia and photographer Lorna Le Bredonchel have been collaborating on a project called ’69 cities of the UK’ since 2016. Carl, who is a London-based artist, is travelling around the UK sketching large drawings of the cities he visits, as Lorna tackles historical research, photographic research and documentation. Each piece takes 2-4 months to create, and the […]

Shantel Martin

New York-based British artist Shantell Martin covers surfaces with black and white doodles that feature faces, catchy phrases and short narratives.  While her doodles seem simple, they aim to address issues of identity, intersectionality, and modern culture. Martin creates her work through a meditative drawing process, sometimes even working in front of a live audience. Martin has […]

Guess Who

Designer Zuzia Kozerska designed a refreshing model of the classic Guess Who game, that celebrates the achievements of women throughout history. Kozerska’s version of the game, titled Who’s She, shows the faces and accomplishments of 28 painters, athletes, and scientists illustrated by artist Daria Gołąb. The game breaks from the original Guess Who, by encouraging players to inquire about […]

Spiraling Stairs Around the New ATAH Art Space

Shanghai-based studio ATAH recently designed a captivating art center in a commercial complex in the Chinese city of Shaoxing.  ATAH wanted to create a building that would draw people towards it, so they developed the building’s cylindrical and spiraling design. The building’s essential element, the spiral staircase, winds up and around the building’s central core and connects […]

Surreal Aerial Photos

This striking photo series by Australian photographer Leah Kennedy captures Namibia’s colorful, arid landscapes. Throughout her work, Kennedy strives to remove her subjects from their reality and make them appear as something else entirely. In this case, an aerial viewpoint has allowed her to do so, creating a final series that combines both abstraction and realism. Please […]

‘Matter to Matter’ by Arthur Analts

The Latvian National Museum of Art recently coordinated Latvia’s representation at the second London Design Biennale. They chose designer Arthur Analts of Variant Studio, and his installation titled Matter to Matter to represent their country. Analts’ piece was inspired by his hometown and Latvia’s Capital, Riga, and its surrounding forests. Because of Riga’s proximity to the Baltic […]