Interiors | Reaction

Loving the new experiment from Swedish motion designer Anton Woll Söder. Combining advanced software with imagination the artist transports us to a world made of shapes that is in

Arts & Culture | Yinka Shonibare MBE

Yinka Shonibare MBE, grown between London and Lagos, explores cultural identity through the media of painting, sculpture, photography and film. His work, which questions the meaning of identity, history

Profile | Nick Liefhebber

We're mesmerized by the vibrant, pattern filled illustrations of Dutch designer, Nick Liefhebber. Nick is inspired by patterns and rhythms and "uses the associative powers of shape and material

Interiors | Maestro World

Taking on the project "Bloom Maestro" in order to collaborate on a common theme, artists Benoit Challand and Simon Duhamel have fun creating a surreal and gorgeous reality where

Arts & Culture | Monica Rohan

When you look at Monica Rohan’s paintings made of coloured vortices and female bodies with heads hidden in swirling patterns, the first impression is an undefinable attraction to what

Profile | Natalia Smirnova

Bangkok based designer, Natalia Smirnova, creates other worldly patterns using fine-tuned digital techniques. The intricate detail gives her predominantly botanical prints a hyper-real quality that fits well into the up-coming

Interiors | Kunzhut Cafe

Something as simple as a geometric wood screen can make all the difference in a space. Kunzhut cafe in Belarus is a great example of the power that strong

Profile | Julie Yülle

The colorful patterns of Parisian based designer, Julie Yülle, are carefully composed out of cut paper. Keeping the creases and shadows in her work, Yülle plays with depth creating three-dimensional effects

Arts & Culture | Hassan Hajjaj

Hassan Hajjaj is a self-taught and versatile artist who works with portraiture, performance, installation, fashion and interior design, including furniture made from recycled objects. His stunning portraits of friends and

Interiors | Buona Bocca

This intriguingly designed wine bar utilizes bricks and geometry as it's central elements. Creating playful and imaginative patterns with these natural elements, the space manages to be both bold
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