Installations by JeeYoung Lee
Made entirely without the use of Photoshop, the dreamlike series was meticulously created in her tiny 15m² studio.
Hong Kong by Kai-Uwe Gundlach
Gundlach likes the colour tone of Polaroids, and often retouches his photos with a yellow and cyan colour palette.
Map Illustrations by KHUAN+KTRON
Unfortunately, the studio has officially stopped producing maps.
Type Scan Alphabet by Tony Ziebetzki
Paper. scalpel. ruler. scanner.
Response by Laura Plageman
'Playing with paper and light in unplanned and organic ways, I look for new ways to perceive space, form, and context of my subjects.’ she explains.
Illustrations by Istvan Banyai
An organic combination of turn-of-the-century Viennese Retro, interjected with American pop, some European absurdity added for flavor, served on a cartoon-style color palette.
Paintings by Scott Naismith
Abstraction of the Scottish landscape.
Drawings by Los Carpinteros
They are a group of young Cuban artists who have decided to renounce the notion of individual authorship.
Dirimart Gallery by Peter Kongler
He diversifies the surfaces and intends to delude viewers’ perception by occupying the entire gallery space.
Drawings by Daehyun Kim
Drawing for Pico Iyer’s story ‘The Value of Suffering’ on the New York Times Sunday Review on 9/9/2013.
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